Only two months before ICPP4 !Montreal, June 26-28, 2019

26/04/2019 Team IPPA

IPPA News

This year, the IPPA is organising the 4th International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP4) that will take place in Montreal, more particularly at Concordia University, from June 26 to 28, with a preconference on June 25. More than 1200 PhD and eminent researchers will present their works throughout during plenary sessions and multisessions. In the evening, social events will be organised throughouth the week such as a Welcome Drink Reception or a Gala Dinner.

 

GENERAL SCHEDULE

Tuesday, June 25

9:00 - 12:15 : Preconference courses

14:00 - 17:15 : Preconference courses

17:30 - 19:00 : Early Career Network introduction

 

Wednesday, June 26

9:00 - 10:00 : Welcome Speech & Awards Ceremony 

10:00 - 12:00 : Plenary Session - ROUNDTABLE: POPULISM, PARTIES AND IMMIGRATION POLICY IN NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE

14:00 - 16:00 : Multisession 1

16:30 - 18:30 : Multisession 2

19:30 - 21:00 : Welcome Drink Reception at Le Parquet

 

Thursday, June 27

8:00 - 10:00 : Multisession 3

10:30 - 12:30 : Multisession 4

14:00 - 16:00 : Plenary session - KEYNOTE SPEAKER : FRANK R. BAUMGARTNER

16:30 - 18:30 : Multisession 5

18:30 - 19:30 : IPPA General Assembly

19:45 - 23:00 : Gala Dinner at La Jetée

 

Friday, June 28

8:00 - 10:00 : Multisession 6

10:30 - 12:30 : Multisession 7

14:00 - 16:00 : Plenary session - ROUNDTABLE : CLIMATE DISORDER AND PUBLIC POLICY: GOVERNING IN TURBULENT TIME

16:15 - 18:15 : Multisession 8

18:15 - 19:15 : Closing Drink at Concordia University

 

This schedule is indicative and may be subject to change 

 

PRECONFERENCE

The preconference is a one-day event during which courses and workshops are given by renowned international scholars for PhD Students and early career scholars. It takes place the day before the conference (Tuesday, June 25) at Concordia University Campus, Montreal. Each participant can follow a full day course/workshop or 2 half days course/workshop.

 

List of courses:

 

- Objectivity and Subjectivity in Policy Research by Amanda WOLF (Victoria University of Wellington)

- An Introduction to the Narrative Policy Framework by Michael JONES (Oregon State University), Elizabeth SHANAHAN (Montana State) and Thomas BIRKLAND (NC State)

- Policy Change: Populism as a Case of Tectonic Change? by Leslie PAL (Carleton University)

- Deliberative Policy Analysis and the Argumentative Turn by Frank FISCHER (Humboldt University)

- The Politics of Policymaking, a Pragmatist Construcvist Approach by Philippe ZITTOUN (University of Lyon)

- Qualitative Interview of Policymakers by Philippe ZITTOUN (University of Lyon)

- Global Policy and Transnational Administration by Diane STONE (University of Canberra and University of Warwick) and Kim MOLONEY (Murdoch University)

- Agenda Setting and Interest Groups by Laura CHAQUES (IBEI)

- Social Policy Design by Ramesh (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy)

- Historical Institutionalist Approaches to Understanding Policy Development and Change by Grace Skogstad (University of Toronto)

- Analyzing Policy Elites by Patrick HASSENTEUFEL (University of Versailles)

- Policy instruments and governance by Charlotte HALPERN (Sciences Po, Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics)

- Policy Instruments: what they are, how they are selected, what effects they drive by Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

 

More info on courses

 

PLENARY SESSIONS

 

Plenary session 1 :

Roundtable on Populism, parties and immigration policy in North America and Europe, chaired by Grace Skogstad

Terri Givens, Martin Schain, Tim Vlandas, Phil Triadafilopoulos

 

Plenary session 2 :

 

 

 

 

Keynote speaker : Frank R. Baumgartner

Topic : Building an infrastructure for the Study of Comparative Public Policy

 

 

 

 

 

Plenary Session 3 :

Roundtable on Climate disorder and public policy : governing in turbulent time, chaired by Guy Lachappelle

Benjamin Cashore, Frank Fischer, Amy Dahan, Robert Paehlke

 

More info

 

 

SOCIAL EVENTS

Welcome Drink at Le Parquet on Wednesday, June 26 

 

                                           

 

Gala Diner at La Jetée on Thursday, June 27

 

 

Menu

Appetizer

Braised cauliflower with Indian spices, shaved fennel, citrus supremes and radicchio

 

Main Course

Braised beef scoter, pearl onions, dark beer sauce served on herb potato mash and seasonal vegetables

OR

White fish fillet Meunière style, served on herb potato mash and seasonal vegetables

OR

Spaghetti squash with soba noodles, enoki mushrooms, tomatoes and colored peppers on eggplant caviar

 

Dessert 

Blueberry-maple panna cotta with homemade shortbread cookies

 

Haven't booked your Gala Dinner ticket yet? Last tickets available

 

 

PREPARE YOUR TRAVEL TO MONTREAL

 

VISA
Visa information for foreigners travelling to Canada 

No visa is requested for US Citizens.

An Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is required for visa-exempt foreign nationals travelling to Canada by air, such as Australia, Japan, Israel and European countries except Russia, Ukraine and Moldova. You can find more information about the eTA here.

For the other countries, you do need a visa and/or to give biometrics. Please check if you would need to process a visa to go to Canada here and if you need to give biometrics here.

If needed, we will provide you with an invitation letter after your registration. Feel free to contact us at icpublicpolicy@gmail.com.

 

*This information is given by IPPA for informational purposes only, being exempt from any responsibility in the visa process.

 

 

THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL

Montreal's iconic International Jazz Festival will take place from June 27 - July 6. More info

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