Joram Feitsma and Mark Whitehead
Behavioural Expertise: Drift, Thrift and Shift under COVID-19
Daniel Costie and Kristin Olofsson
Narrators and Narratives: A Study of Climate and Air Issues in Delhi, India
Linking compliance and policy learning
The case of EU soft law in Greece and Spain
Multiple Book Review Essay
Innovations and Public Policies
Daniel J. Mallinson
Victor David CRUZ-ACEVES, The Diffusion of Morality Policies
The International Public Policy Association (IPPA) is a non-profit organization created in December 2014 with the aim of promoting scientific research in the field of Public Policy, and to contribute to its international development.
Nowadays, IPPA aims for the international diffusion of knowledge of Public Policy, as a contribution to the internationalization of the field. Furthermore, IPPA intends to strengthen the collaboration between the public policy academic community, and encourage the exchange of knowledge and experience between public policy experts and students through its different projects.
The central theme of Michel Bruneau’s book, The Blessings of Disaster, is that “it takes a disaster to change life for the better”.
The Department of Political Science and Public Administration invites applications for an open rank position from candidates in the field of public policy, social policy or public administration.
CPN Conference 13-15th September 2023 Nisyros Island (Greece) Governing in an Age of Multicrises: Policy Learning from Climate, Food, and Covid Politics
The IPPA Teaching Resources are intended to introduce PhD students and early career researchers to different approaches of Public Policy, and contemporary policy issues. Currently, the resources include contemporary policy approaches, interviews with distinguished policy scholars and present-day policy topics.
IPPA builds a global platform for PhD students and early career researchers working in the broad field of Public Policy. These networks share the voice, provide space and create opportunities for researchers.
Andrzej Klimczuk, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
Benjamin Cashore and Steven Bernstein
Linda Courtenay Botterill and Alan Fenna