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T01 - Policy Process Theories

P01. Policy Transfer: Innovations in Theory and Practice

Leslie Pal (Hamad Bin Khalifa University)

Christopher Walker (Australia and New Zealand School of Government)

P02. Theory and Practice of Leadership in Public Policy

Maria Tullia Galanti (Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Milan)

Gabriele Segre (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy)

P03. Roles of Trust in Policy Process

Hyung Jun Park (Sungkyunkwan University)

Minhyo Cho (Sungkyunkwan University)

P04. Mechanisms of Local Policy Experimentation in China

Xufeng Zhu (Tsinghua University)

P05. What Can China’s Water Governance Contribute to Policy Theory?

Yahua Wang

Cecilia Tortajada (Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

Asit K. Biswas (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy)

P06. Designing Policy Mixes for Sustainable Socio-technical Transitions

Araz Taeihagh (National University of Singapore)

Sreeja Nair (National University of Singapore)

P07. Policy-Making in a Context of Contested Paradigms

Grace Skogstad (University of Toronto)

Matt Wilder (Harvard University)

P08. Crowdsourcing as a Policy Tool: Co-Production in the Digital Era

Araz Taeihagh (National University of Singapore)

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

P09. Political Sociology of the Policy Process

Patrick Hassenteufel (University of Versailles-Paris-Saclay/Printemps)

Philippe Zittoun (LAET-ENTPE, University of Lyon)

Alexandre Faure (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) - Paris)

P10. Systems Theory and Modelling for Public Policy: System Dynamics, Agent-based Models, and Other Approaches

Inna Krachkovskaya (SOAS University of London)

Alberto Asquer (SOAS, University of London)

P11. Policy Regime Framework: Towards Better Theories of the Policy Process

Iftikhar Lodhi (Nazarbayev University)

P12. New Frontiers in Public Policy Studies: Lessons from Agri-food Policy Research

Peter Feindt (Wageningen University and Research Centre)

Carsten Daugbjerg (University of Copenhagen)

T02 - Comparative Public Policy sponsored by Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis

P01. Policy Styles in Theory and Practice

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

Jale Tosun (Heidelberg University)

P02. Comparing Different Models of the Public/Private Sector Mix in the Delivery of Healthcare Services

Howard Palley (Sch, of Social Wk, University of Maryland)

P03. Comparative Public Administration: Eastern vs Western Perspectives

Zeger Van der Wal (LKYSPP, NUS)

Caspar VAN DEN BERG (Leiden University)

P04. Methodology for Comparative Policy Analysis

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO Sede Ecuador)

P05. Understanding Causal Mechanisms that Make Financial Systems More (in)Stable

Caner Bakir (Koc University)

Jun Jie Woo (Nanyang Technological University)

Mehmet Kerem Coban (Kadir Has University)

P06. Interface of Law and Public Policy

Sony Pellissery (National Law School of India University)

Babu Mathew (National Law School of India University)

Avinash Govindjee (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University)

P09. Collaborative Governance and Deliberative Policymaking in Comparative Perspective

Christopher Ansell (University of California, Berkeley)

PerOla Öberg (Uppsala University)

P10. Bias and Representation in Policy Making

Anne Rasmussen (University of Copenhagen and Leiden University)

Dimiter Toshkov (Leiden University)

P11. Policy Transfer and Diffusion: Looking at Policy Features and the Policy Process

Michelle Morais de Sa e Silva (The University of Oklahoma)

P12. Analysing Knowledge Policy Coordination for the 21st Century

Martina Vukasovic (University of Bergen)

Jens Jungblut (Department of Political Science, University of Oslo)

Meng Hsuan Chou (Nanyang Technological University)

P13. Confronting Theories of Institutional Change in Anticorruption Research

Denis Saint-Martin (Université de Montréal)

Daniel Weinstock (Institute for Health & Social Policy)

P15. Realities of Public Policy and Management Reforms in Central Asia

Saltanat Janenova (Nazarbayev University)

Colin Knox (Nazarbayev University, Graduate School of Public Policy)

P17. Policy Tools for Environment and Social Policies

M Ramesh (LKY School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

Namrata Chindarkar (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy)

P18. Coordination in Public Policy

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

M Ramesh (LKY School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

P20. Formulating Policy

Ishani Mukherjee (Singapore Management University)

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

Azad Singh Bali (Australian National University)

P22. Process, Performance and Political Legitimacy in Public Policy

Zeger Van der Wal (LKYSPP, NUS)

P25. Social Cohesion, Diversity and Public Policies

Sebastian ROCHE (CNRS - Institute of Political Science - University of Grenoble-Alpes)

P26. Bridging the Gap between Research and Action: Making Research Accessible to Civil Society and Policymakers

Nicholas Perry (WORLD Policy Analysis Center)

Mushtaque Chowdhury (BRAC)

P28. Governance Challenges in Institutional Performance and Public Policy

Gambhir Bhatta (Asian Development Bank)

P31. Drug Policy Analysis: Definition, Concepts and Methodology

Luis RIVERA VELEZ (Sciences Po Paris)

anne philibert (Geneva University)

P32. Cultural Policy: Local/National/Regional/Global

Su Fern Hoe (School of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University )

Tully Barnett (Flinders University)

P33. Comparative Public Policy: An Asian Perspective

Wilson Wai Ho Wong (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

P34. Urban Policies: Charting a New Territory for Policy Studies

Fritz Sager (University of Berne)

David Kaufmann (ETH Zürich)

P35. The Politics of Open Government in Iberoamerican Countries: A Comparative View About its Determinants and its Implementation Processes

Cesar Nicandro Cruz-Rubio (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Mauricio Olavarria-Gambi (University of Santiago, Chile)

P36. Innovation, Governance and Reform: Lessons from the Developing World

Antonio Sergio Araújo Fernandes (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil)

Andrei Suárez Dillon Soares (Brazilian Government)

T03 - Policy and Politics sponsored by Policy & Politics Journal

P01. Innovative Governance and the Governance of Change

Lain Dare (Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, University of Canberra)

Diane Stone (School of Transnational Governance, EUI)

Paul Fawcett (University of Melbourne)

P02. Disproportionate and Instable Forms of Policy Outputs

Eva Thomann (University of Exeter)

Achim Kemmerling (Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, University of Erfurt)

P04. Uncovering Politics in Public Policies for Agriculture and Food

Eve Fouilleux (CNRS/CIRAD/University of Montpellier)

Jessica Duncan (Wageningen University)

P06. Policy, Values and Human Behaviour

Linda Botterill (University of Canberra)

Geoff Cockfield (University of Southern Queensland)

Alan Fenna (Curtin University)

P07. Urban Policies & Health Inequalities

Daniel Weinstock (Institute for Health & Social Policy)

Shona Hilton (University of Glasgow)

P08. Democracy Institutions and Public Policy Performance

Do Hai Phu (Department of Public Policy Hanoi University)

P09. Authoritarian Deliberation Revisited: What Does It Mean for Our Understanding of Democratic Governance?

Hendrik Wagenaar (University of Sheffield)

Baogang He (Deakin University )

P10. Political Economy of Social Policy Reform in China

Qian Jiwei (East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore)

P11. Bringing Politics to the Analysis of Performance Measurement Programs: Case and Comparative Studies in Health Policy

FABIANA SADDI (Universidade Federal de Goiás)

Nick Turnbull (University of Manchester)

P12. Policy Processes through the Prism of Mobilizations

Dounia Khallouki (ENTPE)

Jean-Gabriel Contamin

P13. Globalisation, Politics, and Public Policy

Yuen Foong Khong (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy)

T04 - Problems and Agenda Setting

P01. Wicked Problems in Public Policy – From Theory to Practice

Joshua Newman (Monash University)

Brian Head (University of Queensland)

P02. The Emergence of Public Policy and the Role of Agenda Setting for Policy Change in Countries and Regions of the Global South

Heike Grimm (University of Erfurt, Willy Brandt School of Public Policy)

P03. Policy Change: Revisiting the Past, Analyzing Contemporary Processes and Stimulating Inter-temporal Comparisons

Mauricio Olavarria-Gambi (University of Santiago, Chile)


Verónica Figueroa Huencho (University of Chile)

P05. Revisiting Policy Entrepreneurship

Gordon Shockley (Arizona State U.)

T05 - Policy Formulation, Administration and Policymakers

P01. Public Management Reforms across the Globe: Results, Challenges and Issues

Zeger Van der Wal (LKYSPP, NUS)

Salvador Parrado (UNED- Spanish Distance Learning University)

Anne-Marie Reynaers (Autonomous University Madrid)

P02. The Public Administration of Immigration

Mireille Paquet (Concordia University)

Sule Tomkinson (Université Laval)

P05. Into the Light: Political Advisers in Contemporary and Comparative Perspective

Richard Shaw (Massey University)

P06. Challenges in Global Policy Making: The ‘Practice Turn’ in the New Diplomacy

richard higgott (University of Warwick and Institute of European Studies and Vesalius College, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

Caterina Carta (Vesalius College (VUB))

P07. International Administrative Governance: Studying the Policy Impact of International Public Administrations

Jörn Ege (German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer / University of Exeter)

Michael Bauer (German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer)

T06 - Policy Implementation

P01. Public Sector Innovation: Organizational and Institutional Trends in the Post-New Public Management Era

Wolfgang Drechsler (Tallinn University of Technology)

Pedro Cavalcante (Institute of Applied Economic Research - Ipea)

Erkki Karo (Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance, Tallinn University of Technology)

P02. Policy Implementation - The Role of Policy Targets

Anat Gofen (Hebrew University)

Robert Kent Weaver (Georgetown University)

P03. Violence Prevention Policy and Practices

Zigmond Kozicki (University of Detroit Mercy )

Stephanie Baiyasi-Kozicki (Central Michigan University)

P04. Implementing Innovation: Theory, Praxis, Policies

Evangelia Petridou (Mid-Sweden University)

Inga Narbutaite Aflaki (Karlstad University)

Lee Miles (Bournemouth University Disaster Management Centre)

P05. Desk Power: Insights Into Bureaucrats' Autonomy

Tobias Eule (University of Bern)

Federica Infantino (University of Oxford/Université Libre de Bruxelles)

P06. Observing the Policy Implementation in the Field: A Closer Look at the Street-Level Bureaucrats

Gizemnur Özdinç (Sciences Po Grenoble)

Manon Pesle (University of Grenoble Alpes and Research Center PACTE )

P07. China’s Subnational Government Relation and Policy Implementation: In the Shadow of Central-local Paradigm

Ciqi Mei (Tsinghua University)

P09. “Learning from Abroad” and Policy Implementation: Actors, Processes and Effects

Federica Infantino (University of Oxford/Université Libre de Bruxelles)

Tobias Eule (University of Bern)

T07 - Policy Design, Policy Analysis, Expertise and Evaluation

P01. The Design of Policy and Governance Design: Principles, Practices and Potentials

Arwin van Buuren (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Martijn van der Steen (Netherlands School of Public Administration )

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

P02. Public Policy and Uncertainty

Joost Buurman (Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS)

Olivia Jensen (National University of Singapore LKY School of Public Policy)

P03. Expertise and Evidence in Public Policy

Brian Head (University of Queensland)

Erik Baekkeskov (University of Melbourne)

Justin Parkhurst (London School of Economics and Political Science)

P04. The Rise of Policy Labs

Emma Blomkamp (University of Melbourne)

Jenny Lewis (University of Melbourne)

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

P06. Evidence-based Policy Making and Policy Evaluation

Giancarlo Vecchi (Politecnico di Milano)

Hiroko Kudo (Chuo University, Faculty of Law)

Mita Marra (University of Naples )

P07. Policy Advice and Policy Advocacy in China

Xufeng Zhu (Tsinghua University)

P08. The Accountability and Legitimacy of Knowledge Expert in Policy Making

Jon Pierre (Dept of Political Science, University of Gothenburg)

Sullivan Helen

P12. Public-Private Partnerships as Public Policy

Olivia Jensen (National University of Singapore LKY School of Public Policy)

P13. Think-tanks in Action: A Comparative Perspective

Jordan Tchilingirian (University of Bath, Department of Social and Policy Sciences)

Marcos Gonzalez Hernando (TASC)

Enrique Mendizabal (On Think Tanks)

P14. Policy Evaluation in Performance Regimes: A Comparative Perspective

Liang Ma (Renmin University of China)

Bo Yan (Xi'an Jiaotong University)

T08 - Policy Discourse and Critical Policy Research

P02. Postmodern Strategies for Enhanced Environmental Policymaking

Scott Valentine (LKY School of PUblic Policy)

P04. Theory and Practice of Deliberative Policy Analysis

Ya Li (School of Public Administration, Beihang University)

P05. Corporations and Think Tanks: Knowledge Utilization Beyond Political Technocracy

Dieter Plehwe (Berlin Social Science Research Center (WZB))

P06. Argumentative Turn 2.0: Ideas, Narratives and Deliberation in Environmental Policy

Ching Leong (Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore)

Frank Fischer (Humboldt University, Berlin and University of Kassel, Germany)

P07. Nuclear Power after Fukushima

Shunsaku Komatsuzaki (The University of Tokyo)

P08. Climate Change and Democratic Policymaking: A Critical Policy Studies Roundtable

Frank Fischer (Humboldt University, Berlin and University of Kassel, Germany)

Ching Leong (Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore)

P09. Critical Policy Perspectives in Asia

Piyapong Boossabong (Chiang Mai University School of Public Policy)

P10. Making Sense of Complex Policy Worlds Using Interpretive Methods

Prudence R Brown (University of Queensland)

Nick Turnbull (University of Manchester)

Warner Sarah (University of Queensland)

P11. Towards Digital Policy Research: Retrospective and Prospective Research Agendas

Erik Bohlin (Chalmers University of Technology )

Khuong VU (LKY School of Public Policy, NUS)

Yu-li Liu (National Chengchi University)

P13. Policy Narratives: Frameworks, Methods and Case Studies

Farhad Mukhtarov (International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Ching Leong (Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore)

Raul Lejano (New York University )

P14. Policy Narratives and Public Policy

Elizabeth Shanahan (Montana State University)

T09 - Governance, Policy networks and Multi-level Governance

P01. Natural Resource Governance in the Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development: State, Corporate and Civil Society Dynamics

Jason McSparren (University of Massachusetts, Boston)

Tok M. Evren (HBKU)

P02. Partnerships for Livable Cities

Cor van montfort (Tilburg University)

Ank Michels (Universiteit Utrecht)

P03. Space for Dialogue: Policy Network and Multi-level Governance of the Mekong River Basin

Huijuan Wu (Institute of Water Policy, LKY School of Public Policy)

Ching Leong (Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore)

P04. Smart Cities in Asia

Yu-Min Joo (LKYSPP, NUS)

Yee Kuang Heng (Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo)

P06. Institutional Collective Action Mechanism in Asia: Collective Problem Solving Mechanism in Multi-level Governance

Hyung Jun Park (Sungkyunkwan University)

Richard Feiock (Florida State University)

P07. Global Development Agendas as a Challenge for Policy Coordination in Multi-Level Governance Systems

Smoke Paul (New York University/Wagner Graduate School of Public Service)

Gambhir Bhatta (Asian Development Bank)

P08. Experimentalist Welfare Governance in the European Union

Klaus Schubert (Institute for Political Science, University of Muenster)

Minna Van Gerven (University of Twente)

Lukas Jerg (Institute for Political Science, University of Muenster)

P11. The Governance of Innovative Technologies

Araz Taeihagh (National University of Singapore)

Li Yanwei (Nanjing Normal University)

P12. Challenges for Multilevel Governance: Civil Society and Institutional Conditions for Effective Inclusion in Latin America and Europe

Adela Romero-Tarín (University of Alicante (Spain) )

P14. Corruption as a Public Problem: Do Policymakers Need a New Perspective?

Steven Gawthorpe (Charles University)

sofia wickberg (University of Amsterdam)

Giulia Mugellini (Università della Svizzera italiana)

P15. Transnational Circulation and Multilevel Governance of University Reforms: What Higher Education Teaches about Policy Science

Olivier Provini (Université de La Réunion)

Pauline Ravinet (Université de Lille)

P16. Public Policies and Urban Governance in the Global South: Dealing With Policy Processes that Challenge Established Boundaries

Charlotte Halpern (Sciences Po, Centre for European studies and comparative politics (CEE))

Alvaro Artigas (Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po))

Alza Carlos (PAR - Institute for Public Policy, Regulation and Sustainable Development)

P17. Fragmentation in Global Policy-making: Mapping the Problem and Exploring Coordination Mechanisms

Maarja Beerkens (Leiden University)

P18. Integrity in Government

Adam Graycar (University of Adelaide)

A J Brown (Griffith University)

P19. Good Governance in Asia

Charles Chao Rong Phua (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy)

Kidjie Ian Saguin (University of Amsterdam)

Maitreyee Mukherjee (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS)

T10 - Methodologies

P01. Power, Communication and Legitimacy: Challenges, Choices, and Opportunities in Contemporary Policy-Making

Loo-See Beh (University of Malaya)

Volker Schneider (University of Konstanz)

P02. Relational Approaches to Policy Analysis

Nick Turnbull (University of Manchester)

Hendrik Wagenaar (University of Sheffield)

P03. How to Create Quantitatively Comparable Policy Measures

Jody Heymann (Fielding School of Public Health; WORLD Policy Analysis Center - University of California, Los Angeles)

DAVID Godfrey (WORLD Policy Analysis Center, UCLA)

Arijit Nandi (McGill University)

P04. Methodological Challenges for Policy Elites Analysis

Patrick Hassenteufel (University of Versailles-Paris-Saclay/Printemps)

William Genieys (Sciencespo Paris- CEE - CNRS )

P05. Methodological Advances in Policy Studies and Comparative Public Policy

Christine Rothmayr Allison (Université de Montréal)

Isabelle Engeli (University of Exeter)

Eric Montpetit (Université de Montréal)

P06. Digital Methods for Public Policy

Gray Jonathan (King's College London)

Nicholas Pearce (University of Bath)

T11 - Pedagogy

P01. “Public Policy Education: No More ‘Death By Powerpoint’” : Pedagogy Roundtable

Caroline Brassard (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy)

T12 - Policy, Business and Interest Groups

P02. Global Corporate Power in an Age of Globalisation

John Mikler (The University of Sydney)

Karsten Ronit (Department of Political Science)

P03. Interest Groups, Political Parties and Public Policies

Laura Chaqués Bonafont (Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals)

Darren Halpin (Australian National University)

Frédéric Varone (University of Geneva)

P04. Non-state Actors and the Governance of Supply Chains

Joanna Vince (University of Tasmania)

Fred Gale (University of Tasmania)

Hannah Murphy-Gregory (University of Tasmania)

P05. Corporate Tax Avoidance and the New Politics of Tax Justice

Richard Eccleston (University of Tasmania)

P06. Corporate Power and Developing Countries

Jaroslaw Czub (Department of Law and European Union Institutions, Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw)

Nirvia Ravena de Sousa (Center for Advanced Studies of the Amazon -NAEA-UFPa and Amazonia University Brazil)

Karsten Ronit (Department of Political Science)

T13 - Gender, Diversity and Public Policy

P01. Intersectionality and Public Policies: Potentials and Pitfalls

Marieme N'Diaye (CNRS/ISP Cachan )

Mireille Paquet (Concordia University)

Nora Nagels (Université du Québec à Montréal)

P02. Gender Inequality and Public Policy in Asian Societies

Arunoday Bajpai (Agra College Agra, Dr BRA University, Agra (India))

P04. Gendered Innovations in Public Policy Research

Jennifer Curtin (University of Auckland)

Jackie Steele (Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo)

P05. Towards Inclusive Bureaucracies for Diverse Societies - Policy Implications of (Non-)Representative Bureaucracies

Eckhard Schroeter (German University of the Police)

T14 - Science, Internet and Technology Policy

P01. S&T Policy and Evaluation


Jue Wang

P02. Designing Sticky Policies: How to Steer the Co-evolution of Policy and Technology

Tobias Schmidt (ETH Zurich)

Benjamin Cashore (National University of Singapore)

Sebastian Sewerin (ETH Zurich, Energy and Technology Policy Group)

P03. The Data/Sensor Revolution and Public Policy

Jouke de Vries (RUG/Campus Fryslân)

Sarah Giest (Leiden University)

Reuben Ng (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy)

T15 - Democracy, Political Regime and Policy Process

P01. How Do Governance Arrangements Change?

Murray Fulton (Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan)

Jeremy Rayner (University of Saskatchewan)

P03. Europe after Brexit

John Fossum (ARENA, University of Oslo)

Russell Solomon (RMIT University)

Graham Wilson (Boston University)

P04. New Political Regimes, Old Public Policy and Governing Patterns?

Mauricio Dussauge (CIDE )

Jose Luis Mendez (El Colegio de Mexico)

T16 - Sustainable Development and Policy

P01. Audit, Control and Environmental Evaluation of Public Policies

YOMBO SEMBE Eugène Arnaud (African Institute for Development Policy)

Iftikhar Lodhi (Nazarbayev University)

P02. The Future of Environmental Policy in a Time of Global Crisis

Anthony Zito (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)

Sina Leipold (University of Freiburg)

P04. Responding to Water Scarcity and Quality in the Nexus: Effects on the Water, Energy and Food Sectors

Cecilia Tortajada (Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

Quentin Grafton (The Australian National University & National University of Singapore)

Jamie Pittock (The Australian National University)

P05. Policies to Enhance Sustainable Development in Africa

Geoffrey Nwaka (Abia State University, Uturu, Nigeria)

P09. Sustainable Development and Environment Policy

Namrata Chindarkar (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy)

Sonia Akter

Yvonne Chen (National University of Singapore)

P11. Sustainable Development, Public Policy and the Local

Satyajit Singh (University of Delhi)

Ajit Menon (Madras Institute of Development Studies)

P13. Policy to Sustain Drinking Water

Zigmond Kozicki (University of Detroit Mercy )

Stephanie Baiyasi-Kozicki (Central Michigan University)

P14. Citizens and businesses: approaches to engagement in sustainability governance and outcomes

Dr. Valentina Dinica (School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington, Convenor of New Zealand Environmental Policy and Politics Network of NZPSA )

P15. Conditions of Sustainable Development Policy

Do Hai Phu (Department of Public Policy Hanoi University)

P17. Sustainable Development and Policy Intervention in Asia

Renu Kapila (Punjabi University, Patiala -Punjab. (India))

Arunoday Bajpai (Agra College Agra, Dr BRA University, Agra (India))

Giancarlo Vecchi (Politecnico di Milano)

P20. The Use of ICTs to Improve Governance and Accountability Outcomes

Shahjahan Bhuiyan (The American University in Cairo, School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP))

P22. Industrial Development as Pathway for Achieving SDG 9: Retention and Deployment of ‘Policy Space’ in the Industrial Aspirant Countries (IACs) of Global South

Kazi Haque (Asia Research Centre (ARC), Murdoch University)

P25. Participatory Community-based Development Approaches, Local Institutions and Indigenous and Traditional Societies

Carlos Potiara Castro (University of Brasilia - Centre for Advanced Multidisciplinary Studies)

T17 - Sectorial Policy Topics

P03. Youth Inclusion in Public Policy

Rama Al Jayyousi (Dubai Public Policy Research Centre (b'huth))

Lana Abdelhameed (Dubai Public Policy Research Centre (b'huth))

Mohammed Baharoon (Dubai Public Policy Research Centre (b'huth))

P05. Educational Policies, its Tensions, Agendas and Developments: What Can We Learn from the International Experience?

Fred Lazin (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)

Renu Kapila (Punjabi University, Patiala -Punjab. (India))

T17a - Sectorial Policy - Health

P06. Conference in a Conference: Comparative Health Policy & Health Politics

Kieke Okma (Catholic University Leuven)

Amardeep Thind (Western University )

P07. Going Universal? Universal Health Coverage on Paper and in Practice

Federico Toth (Università di Bologna)

P08. Comparative Perspectives on Tobacco Control

Holly Jarman (University of Michigan)

P09. Implications of behavioural policy making in health promotion

Benjamin Ewert (Heidelberg School of Education)

Kathrin Loer (Fernuniversität Hagen)

P10. Democratising Health and Social Policy Making

Margaret Kelaher (University of Melbourne)

Daniel Weinstock (Institute for Health & Social Policy)

Volker Amelung (Medical University Hannover)

P11. Public Hospital Reforms in India, China and South East Asia: Consequences for Accountability and Governance

Rama Baru (Jawaharlal Nehru University)

YINGYAO CHEN (School of Public Health, Fudan Unviersity)

Madhurima Nundy (Institute of Chinese Studies)

P12. To Get Developing Health Systems Healthier

CHIAKI SATO (University of Tokyo)

P13. Financing Long-Term Care for the Elderly in Asia

Xun Wu (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

Wei Yang (King's College London)

P14. Understanding Population Health Policies and their Impacts: Comparative Perspectives

John Hoornbeek (Kent State University)

Patrik Marier (Concordia University)

P23. Unintended Consequences of Policies

Helen Jordan (Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, The University of Melbourne)

T17b - Sectorial Policy - Economics

P15. Public Policy and Entrepreneurship

Tok M. Evren (HBKU)

Jason McSparren (University of Massachusetts, Boston)

P16. Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Urban Policy: International Experiences

Jue Wang

Cathy Liu (Georgia State University)

P17. Understanding Growth Slowdown in Asia and the Way Forward

Sasidaran Gopalan (Asia Competitiveness Institute, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

Mulya Amri (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

P18. Rethinking and Designing Macroeconomic Policy

Yagci Mustafa (Istinye University)

Mehmet Kerem Coban (Kadir Has University)

P19. Public Financial Management Policies: Issues of Governance, Accountability, and Reform

Alberto Asquer (SOAS, University of London)

Inna Krachkovskaya (SOAS University of London)

T17c - Sectorial Policy - Environment

P20. Energy Decentralization

Magali Dreyfus (CNRS)

T18 - Others

. Show me the evidence on Sustainable Development! How much do we know about what works and doesn’t work in public service?

Max Everest-Phillips (UNDP Global Centre for Public Service Excellence)

P02. Innovation and Experimentation in the Public Sector: The Experience in Federations

Tracey Arklay (Griffith University)

Robyn Hollander (Griffith University)

Liz van Acker (Griffith University)

P03. Trust, Transparency and Public Policy

Alistair Cole (Sciences Po, Lyon)

P04. Media and Health Policy

Shona Hilton (University of Glasgow)

Daniel Weinstock (Institute for Health & Social Policy)

P05. From Voice to Influence: How Social Media Help Shape Public Policy?

Dewulf Art (Wageningen University)

T20 - Pre Conference

. Workshop 4 Giliberto Capano

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

. Workshop 5 Grace Skogstad

Grace Skogstad (University of Toronto)

. Workshop 3 Philippe Zittoun

Philippe Zittoun (LAET-ENTPE, University of Lyon)

. Workshop 2 Guillaume Fontaine

Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO Sede Ecuador)

. Workshop 1 Guy Peters

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

. Workshop 6 Fred Lazin

Fred Lazin (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)

. Workshop 7 Leslie Pal

Leslie Pal (Hamad Bin Khalifa University)

C01. Course "The Policy Design"

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO Sede Ecuador)

C02. Course "Policy Instruments Choice and Policy Change: Types of Instruments Choice, Dynamics, Outputs, Effects"

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

C03. Course 3 "The Political Process of Policymaking"

Philippe Zittoun (LAET-ENTPE, University of Lyon)

C04. Course "Public Policy Analysis in Critical Perspective: Comparing Empirical and Deliberative Approaches"

Frank Fischer (Humboldt University, Berlin and University of Kassel, Germany)

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