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List of papers


P01. Great Minds, Ideas, Events and People: Ideational Scholarship, Empirical Analysis, and Behavior

Claudio Radaelli (School of Transnational Governance, EUI (Italy) and University College London (UK))

Jonathan Kamkhaji (European University Institute)

Femke Van Esch (Utrecht University)

P02. Public Policy Transfer: Power, Unconventional Agents, Directions and Translations

Leslie Pal (Hamad Bin Khalifa University)

Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Department of International Relations - Federal University of São Paulo)

Cecilia Osorio Gonnet (Universidad de Chile)

P03. Knowledge and Non-Knowledge in Theories of the Policy Process

Dana Dolan (George Mason University, Schar School of Policy and Government)

Åsa Knaggård (Lund University)

Sonja Blum (Universität Bielefeld)

P05. Taking Stock of Policy Entrepreneurship: Current Trajectories and Future Directions

Evangelia Petridou (Mid-Sweden University)

P06. Ambiguity and Public Policy

Nikolaos Zahariadis (Rhodes College)

Thomas Birkland (NC State University)

P07. Further Defining the Relevance of Agency in the Policy Process: Theoretical and Empirical Issues

Patrick Hassenteufel (University of Paris-Saclay - Graduate School for Sociology and Political Science)

Jose Luis Mendez (El Colegio de Mexico)

P09. Advocacy Coalition Framework: Advancing Theory and Evidence about Phenomena of Policy Processes

Christopher Weible (University of Colorado Denver)

Metodi Sotirov (Chair of Forest and Environmental Policy, School of Environment and Natural Ressources, University of Freiburg)

Tim Heinmiller (Department of Political Science, Brock University)

P10. Old and New Challenges in Public Policy

Christopher Weible (University of Colorado Denver)

Laura Chaqués Bonafont (Universitat de Barcelona and IBEI)

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

P11. Policy Networks

Dmitry Zaytsev (University of Notre Dame at Tantur)

P12. Non Decision Making and Power

Michal Neubauer-Shani (Ashkelon Academic College)

Omri Shamir

P13. Making Sense of (and Through) Policy Theory

Thomas Birkland (NC State University)

Hal Colebatch (UNSW Australia)

P14. Public Policy-Making in Developing Countries

Kidjie Ian Saguin (University of Amsterdam)

Ebinezer Florano (University of the Philippines, National College of Public Administration and Governance)


P01. Knowledge Policy Dynamics in the Global Context

Martina Vukasovic (University of Bergen)

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

Meng Hsuan Chou (Nanyang Technological University)

P02. Public Policy Challenges and Multi-level Governance in Japan: Sharing Japan’s Experiences as a Forerunner of Emerging Issues

Masao Kikuchi (Meiji University)

P03. Traditions of Public Administration Research: Should they be Celebrated?

Alasdair Roberts (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Etienne Charbonneau (ENAP)

Chris Eichbaum (Victoria University of Wellington, NZ)

P04. Migration and Citizenship: Policies and Research in Global Comparative Perspective

Yasmeen Abu-Laban (University of Alberta)

Mireille Paquet (Concordia University)

Ethel Tungohan (York University)

P07. The Political Economy of Public Policy

Matia Vannoni (King's College London)

Peter John (KCL)

P08. Problem-Solving and Learning in Multilevel Governance

Eva Thomann (University of Exeter)

Claire Dunlop (University of Exeter)

P09. Australia and New Zealand Public Policy in Comparative Perspective

Joshua Newman (Monash University)

Brian Coffey (RMIT University)

P10. Bad Governance and Public Management Problems in the Developing World: Frameworks, Evidence and Cases

Luciano Andrenacci (Universidad Nacional de San Martín & FLACSO Argentina)

Michael Barzelay (London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London)

Christian Cervantes-Bautista (Universidad Catolica de Santa Maria, Arequipa)

P11. Are Public Policies still Public? Questioning the Relationship between the Public and Private Sector in the Global South

Clément Soriat (Center for European Research on Administration, Politics and Society (CERAPS) - University of Lille )

Olivier Provini (Université de La Réunion)

P12. Pushing the Boundaries of Comparative Public Policy

Isabelle Engeli (University of Exeter)

Christine Rothmayr Allison (Université de Montréal)

P13. The Rise of Regulation in Developing and Transitional Countries

Mauricio Dussauge (CIDE )

Alejandra Elizondo (CIDE)

Lodge Martin (LSE)

P14. IT-Mediated Platforms and the Public Sector: Applications of Sharing Economy, Block-chains and Crowd-sourcing

Araz Taeihagh (National University of Singapore)

P15. Comparing Poverty Reduction Strategies

Geranda Notten

P17. Hy-Policies: Policy Transfer, Policy Learning and Hybridization of Policies in different Institutional Contexts.

Jessica Bensa (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru)

Daniel Casal (Political Science Departament. Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

P18. What Does Comparative Policy Analysis Have to Do With the Structure-Institution-Agency Debate?

Caner Bakir (Koc University)

Mehmet Kerem Coban (SOAS, University of London)

Sinan Akgunay

P19. Causal Claims and Causal inferences in Comparative Policy Analysis

Iris Geva-May (The Wagner School, NYU and SPPA, Carleton Univ. Canada)

Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO Ecuador)

Philipp Trein (University of Lausanne)


P01. Policy, Politics, and Political Regime Around Social Integration of Migrants in Urban China

PU NIU (institution for China rural studies)

Zhen Lu (University of Sheffield)

P02. Public Policy and the ‘Policy State’

Fritz Sager (University of Bern)

Markus Hinterleitner (University of Munich)

P03. Explaining Democratic Backsliding: How Policy Dynamics Structure Politics in Hidden Ways

Ebru Ertugal (Independent Scholar)

H. Tolga Bolukbasi (Bilkent University)

P04. Depolarising the Policy Process: How Can Rational Policymaking and Evidence Use Be Achieved in the Face of Polarisation and Populist Pressures?

Justin Parkhurst (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Kathryn Quissell (University of Virginia )

P05. Politics and Policymaking in MENA Countries After the Arab Uprisings

Robert Hoppe (University of Twente)


P01. 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)


P02. From Real-World Problems to Political Problems

Renate Reiter (FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany)

Kathrin Loer (Fernuniversität Hagen)

Annette Toeller

P04. Public Procurement: Humdrum Bureaucratic Beast or Vital Instrument for Social Change

Barbara Allen (School of Government, Victoria University)

Saul Schwartz (Carleton University)

Elizabeth Schwartz (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

P05. Integration of Data and Evidence from a Range of Sources to Inform Policy

Elizabeth Burgess-Pinto (MacEwan University)

Navjot Lamba (PolicyWise for Children & Youth)


P01. Politics and Public Administration within Core Executives

Chris Eichbaum (Victoria University of Wellington, NZ)

Richard Shaw (Massey University)

P02. Bureaucratic Influence in Global Public Policy

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

P03. Political Leadership in Interactive Governance

Eva Sørensen (Department of Social Sciences and Business)

Sarah Ayres (University of Bristol)

Tina Øllgaard Bentzen (Roskilde University)

P04. Combining Instruments in Formulating Policies: Why and How Decision-makers Set up Policy Instruments’ Mixes

Andrea Lippi (Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Florence)

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

P05. Governance and State Capacity in the Age of Innovation

Pedro Cavalcante (Brazilian Institute of Education, Development and Research (IDP))

GABRIELA LOTTA (Getulio Vargas Foundation)

Katherine Bersch (Davidson College)

P06. Defining and Measuring the Impact of “Digital Transformation” on Policymaking

Amanda Clarke (School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University)

Jonathan Craft (University of Toronto)

Evert Lindquist (School of Public Administration)

P07. Information Sources, Processing and Use in Policy Formulation

David Aubin (Université Catholique de Louvain)

Eric Montpetit (Université de Montréal)

P08. Policy Actors and Instruments

Carole Clavier (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Maya Jegen (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Romain Lecler (UQAM)

P09. Public Policy for Emerging and Disruptive Technologies: Governing Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and More

Eric Lindquist (Boise State University)

Jenny Lewis (University of Melbourne)

Gosia Mikolaczak (University of Melbourne)

P10. Collaborative Governance as a Bridge Between Public Policy and Public Administration

Lihi Lahat (Sapir Academic College, Israel )

Neta Sher-Hadar (Sapir Academic College and Mandel School for Educational Leadership)

P11. Politics and Policy in Metropolitan Context: Actors, Narratives and Instruments

Maïmouna Ndong-Etroit (Science Po Grenoble)

Jeanne Chauvel (Sciences Po Rennes)

P12. Instruments of Social-welfare Provision

Gordon Shockley (Arizona State U.)

P13. The construction of Policy Solution: The Hidden Face of the Governmental Policy Formulation

Philippe Zittoun (ENTPE - Ecole de l'aménagement durable des territoires)

Frank Fischer (Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)


P01. Policy Implementation Arrangements: Organizational, Structural and Managerial Aspects

Fritz Sager (University of Bern)

Anat Gofen (Hebrew University)

P03. Open Government: Participation, Inclusion and Impact

Maria Gintova (McMaster University)

Mary Francoli (Carleton University)

P05. Governance of Intersectoral Policies with the Population: Illusions and Reality

Fernanda Natasha Bravo Cruz ( University of Brasília (UnB). Department of Public Policy Management (GPP). )

Pernelle Smits

P06. Politics of Street-Level Organizations: Between Market, Mobilizations and the State

Jonathan Miaz (School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago)

Sule Tomkinson (Université Laval)

P07. Policies for Rural Poverty Alleviation in the 21st Century: New Challenges and Possibilities

Avanindra Thakur (O P Jindal Global University)

P08. Uncertainty - a Certainty in Policy Implementation?

Tobias Eule (University of Bern)

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


P02. Advancing Thinking on Policy Tools: A Research Agenda

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

P03. The Design of Policy, Governance and Public Service

Arwin van Buuren (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Jenny Lewis (University of Melbourne)

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

P04. Resilience, Adaptability and Transformability in Public Policies and the Co-evolving Dynamics of Organizations

Romulo Pinheiro (University of Agder)

Mitchell Young (Charles University)

Maria Laura Frigotto (Dept. of Economics and Management, University of Trento)

P05. Advancing the Policy Design Framework

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO Ecuador)

P06. Trends in University Funding Policies

Pier-André Bouchard St-Amant (École nationale d'administration publique)

P07. Making ‘Credible’ Knowledge for Policy: the Politics (and Practice) of Expertise

Natalie Papanastasiou (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona )

Chris Hurl (Concordia University)

P08. Fiscal Governance: an International Perspective

Haizhen Mou (Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan, Canada)

Michael Atkinson (University of Saskatchewan)

P09. Citizens and Evidence-Based Policy Making: Perfect Couple or Strange Bedfellows?

Valerie Pattyn (Leiden University. Institute of Public Administration)

Pirmin Bundi (University of Lausanne)

P10. Governing Complex Problems: Issues of Uncertainty, Time, Scale and Transformation

Margot Hurlbert (Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy)

Cheryl Camillo (Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Regina)

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

P11. Advancing the Understanding of Evidence Use in Public Policymaking – Insights from Multiple Conceptual Approaches

Justin Parkhurst (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Kathryn Oliver (LSHTM)

Paul Cairney (University of Stirling)

P12. Evaluating Performance-based Financing in Health

Holly Nazar (McGill University Institute for Health and Social Policy)

Marnie Davidson (CARE Canada)

Arijit Nandi (McGill University)

P13. Comparative perspectives on energy and adaptation

Maya Jegen (Université du Québec à Montréal)

P14. Public Policy and its Impact on the Health-related Sustainable Development Goals: Enactment, Enforcement, Effectiveness, and Equity

Arijit Nandi (McGill University)

P15. Policy Evaluation and Policy Process Studies

Giancarlo Vecchi (Politecnico di Milano)

Hiroko Kudo (Chuo University, Faculty of Law)

Bruno Dente (Politecnico di Milano)


P01. Narrative Policy Discourse

Hugh Miller (Florida Atlantic University)

Jennifer Dodge (Rockefeller College/University at Albany)

P02. Making Sense of Complex Policy Worlds Using Interpretive Methods

Prudence R Brown (University of Queensland)

Michael Orsini (University of Ottawa)

Warner Sarah (University of Queensland)

P03. Climate Change and the Future of Democracy I

Rosana Boullosa (University of Brasilia/Brazil and Enap/Brazil)

P04. Post-Truth and Alternative Facts: What Role for Critical Policy Research?

Frank Fischer (Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)

Doug Torgerson (Trent University, Canada)

P05. Foundational Works in Public Policy Studies: Harold D. Lasswell

Eve Seguin (Université du Québec à Montréal )

Nick Turnbull (University of Manchester)

Guy Lachapelle (Concordia University)

P06. Think Tank Discourse and Political Change: Strategies, Identities, and Shifting Political Tides

Julien Landry (University of Alberta)

Marcos Gonzalez Hernando (TASC)

P07. Policy Narratives and Public Policy

Elizabeth Shanahan (Montana State University)

Michael Jones (University of Tennessee, Knoxville )

Thomas Birkland (NC State University)

P08. Critical Urban Policy

Meghan Joy (Concordia University)

Ronald Vogel (Toronto Metropolitan University)

P09. Emotions, Narratives and Policy Change

Nathalie Burlone (University of Ottawa)

Anne Mevellec (University of Ottawa)

P10. War On Expertise – War On Culture: Understanding the Expert-Culture Boundary in Current Policy Controversies

Karel Cada (University of Economics Prague)

Anna Durnová (University of Vienna)

Eva Hejzlarová (Department of Public and Social Policy, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague)

P12. Roundtable - The Critical Lasswell? Critical Policy Studies and Lasswell’s Policy Sciences

Eve Seguin (Université du Québec à Montréal )

P14. Critical Policy Studies and the Politics of Oppression

Jennifer Dodge (Rockefeller College/University at Albany)

Kathrin Braun (University of Stuttgart, Dept. of Social Sciences)

P15. Varieties of Behavioural Public Policy: Modes, Manifestations and Political Consequences of a Global Discourse

Holger Strassheim (Bielefeld University)

P16. Exploring Nexus Problems: Critical Perspectives on the Problems of Policy Interdependencies

Holger Strassheim (Bielefeld University)

Rebecca-Lea Korinek (WZB Social Science Center)

P17. Democratic Experimentation and Public Policies in Latin America: Challenges and Perspectives

Carolina Andion (Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina)

Leonardo Secchi (State University of Santa Catarina (UDESC/ESAG))

Rubens Lima Moraes (Concordia University )

P19. Decolonizing Critical Policy Research: Moving Towards Producing Relevant and Reliable Knowledges

Binish Ahmed (Toronto Metropolitan University)


P01. Developing Dynamic Models for Coexistence and Collaboration

Hyung Jun Park (Sungkyunkwan University)

Minhyo Cho (Sungkyunkwan University)

Agus Pramusinto (Department of Public Policy and Management, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada)

P03. Political Economy of Natural Resources: Modes of Governance and Local Dynamics

Sebastien Chailleux (Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux)

Pierre Wokuri (Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po))

P04. Consultants as Policy Actors

Chris Hurl (Concordia University)

Malin Rönnblom (Department of Political, Historical, Religious and Cultural Studies)

Tomas Mitander (Political and historical studies, Karlstad university)

P05. Barriers and Enablers of a Transformation to a Circular Economy

Sina Leipold (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ)

Fred Gale (University of Tasmania)

P07. Facilitating Citizen Engagement in Public-policy Making

Laurence Bherer (Université de Montréal)

Helen Christensen (University of Technology Sydney)

P08. The Implications of Business Involvement in Peace and Sustainability, in the Context of Planetary Resource Limits

Natalie Ralph (Alfred Deakin Institute, Deakin University)

Oscar Borja (New York University)

Linda Hancock (Deakin University)


P01. Public Policies in Federal and MLG Systems

Wolfgang Renzsch (Ottio-von-Guericke University Magdeburg)

P02. Subnational and Metropolitan Governance in the World: Innovations and Perspectives

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

DENILSON BANDEIRA COELHO (University of Brasília)

Suely Araújo (University of Brasilia)

P03. Counterbalancing Autonomy through Joint-Policy Action in Federal and Multilevel Contexts

Tracy Fenwick (Australian National University)

Daniel Béland (McGill University)

P04. Examining Indigenous “Treaty Federal” Institutions (in Canada and Abroad)

Aaron Spitzer (Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen)

P07. Experiences and Reflections Towards Collaborative Governments: Challenges of Metropolitan Governance

Alain Dimitrius Izquierdo Reyes (Universidad de Guadalajara)

Juan Diego Omar Martínez Delgado (Universidad de Guadalajara)

David Gomez Alvarez


P01. Agent-Based Models in Public Policy Research: Perspectives and Issues

Alberto Asquer (SOAS, University of London)

Inna Krachkovskaya (SOAS University of London)

P02. Case-Oriented and Set - Theoretic Approaches to Comparative Policy Analysis

Eva Thomann (University of Exeter)

Valerie Pattyn (Leiden University. Institute of Public Administration)

Stefan Verweij (University of Groningen)

P03. Advancing Relational Policy Analysis

Amanda Wolf (Victoria University of Wellington)

Koen Bartels (University of Birmingham)


P01. How Much Does State Architecture Matter for Feminist Policy Outputs?

Melissa Haussman (Carleton University)

Judit Fabian (University of Ottawa)

P03. Feminist Governance in the 21st Century

Stephanie Paterson (Concordia University)

Francesca Scala (Concordia University)

Lisa Smith (Douglas College)

P04. The Financial Security of Older Women from a Life-Course Perspective

Susana Harding (Tsao Foundation)

Supriti Bezbaruah (Tsao Foundation )

P06. Gender, Diversity, and Representation of Target Groups in Public Policy-Making/Implementing Venues

Vathsala Illesinghe (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Wendy Cukier (Diversity Institute, Ryerson University )

Erin Roach (Diversity Institute, Ryerson University )

P09. 'Doing' Feminist Policy Analysis: Canadian and Comparative Case Studies

Francesca Scala (Concordia University)

Stephanie Paterson (Concordia University)


P03. Designing Effective Policies to Trigger Technological Innovation

Sebastian Sewerin (LKY School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

Tobias Schmidt (ETH Zurich)

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

P04. Governing Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems

Araz Taeihagh (National University of Singapore)

P05. “Hello, IT... Have You Tried Turning it Off and On Again?” – Big Data Challenges for Political Science

Riedl Jasmin (Universität der Bundeswehr München)

Wiebke Drews (European University Institute)

Habin Lee (Brunel University London)

P06. ICT and Public Policies: Managing Technological Change in the Public Sector

Giancarlo Vecchi (Politecnico di Milano)

Gianluca Misuraca (European Commission, JRC-IPTS)

Maria Stella Righettini (University of Padova )

P08. The Design and Organisation of Innovation Policy

Andreas Kopp (University College London)

Irina Brass (University College London (Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy))


P02. Understanding Power in Energy Policymaking

Adrian Rinscheid (University of St. Gallen)

Maya Jegen (Université du Québec à Montréal)

P03. The Politics of Business in Sustainability Transformations

Sina Leipold (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ)

P07. Development Policy at the Crossroad: What Really Matters for Sustainable Progress?

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

Juliane Corredor Jimenez (Willy Brandt School of Public Policy)

P08. The Politics of Carbon Pricing

Erick Lachapelle (Université de Montréal)

P09. Urban Environmental Governance and Policy in Metropolises of the Global South

Klaus Frey (Federal University of ABC)

Jutta Gutberlet (Department of Geography, University of Victoria)

Pedro JACOBI (Institute of Energy and Environment - University of São Paulo- Brazil)

P10. Policy Integration for Boundary-Spanning Policy Problems: Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Policy

Robbert Biesbroek (Wageningen University)

Alexandra Lesnikowski (Concordia University)

Daniel Henstra (University of Waterloo)

P11. The Role of Public Environmental Policy in Governing Global Interlinkages

Andrea Lenschow (University of Osnabrueck)

Jens Newig (Leuphana University Lüneburg)

Edward Challies (Leuphana University Lüneburg)

P15. Climate Policies: The Role of Preferences and Perceptions

Silvia Pianta (Bocconi University & RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment)

Adrian Rinscheid (University of St. Gallen)

P16. The Role of Public Policymaking in the Termination of Unsustainable Technologies, Products, and Practices

Adrian Rinscheid (University of St. Gallen)

P17. Contested Knowledge and Expertise in Sustainability Politics

Ulrike Zeigermann (Universtity of Würzburg, Department for Political Science and Sociology)

Michael Böcher (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg)

P19. Beyond Typologies: Innovation in the Study of Environmental Policy Instruments

Jeremy Rayner (University of Saskatchewan)

Margot Hurlbert (Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy)

Ishani Mukherjee (Singapore Management University)

P20. Sustainable Development, Environment Governance and Urban Policy

Inderjeet Singh Sodhi (Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (Govt. of India))

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

Manoj Dixit (University of Lucknow)

P21. Engaging Communication for a Sustainable Future: From Commitment to Concrete Action



P01. Public Policy Approaches to Protecting and Enhancing Minority Rights

Gonzalo Moreno (WORLD Policy Analysis Center, University of California Los Angeles)

Nicholas Perry (WORLD Policy Analysis Center)

P02. Addressing Food and Nutrition Disparities Through Policy

Catherine Mah (Dalhousie University)

Megan Ferguson (University of Queensland)

Anne Marie Thow (University of Sydney)

P03. Migration and Health: Global Journeys Through Policy and Practice

Lloy Wylie (Western University)

Lloy Wylie (Western University)


P01. The Resurgence of Economic Nationalism vs. "Progressive" Trade Agenda: Issues and Strategies

Stéphane Paquin (Ecole nationale d'administration publique)

P02. Bridging Science and Diplomacy in Global Policymaking

Pauline Ravinet (Université de Lille)

Mitchell Young (Charles University)

Creso Sá (University of Toronto)

P03. Private Governance and Public Policy in Global Governance

Burkard Eberlein (Schulich School of Business, York University)

José Carlos Marques (Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa)

Volker Schneider (University of Konstanz)

P04. The Framing of War against Terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Interplay Game of Security Ideas between Global and Regional Actors

Mireille Manga (IRIC, University of Yaoundé II)

Joseph Keutcheu (University of Dschang)


P01. Can SDG 3 "Ensuring Healthy Lives and Promoting Well-Being for All Ages" Be Achieved?

Melissa Haussman (Carleton University)

Céline Mavrot (University of Lausanne)

P02. Health Policy and the Dynamics of Centralization and Decentralization

karsten vrangbaek (university of copenhagen)

Gregory Marchildon (Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto)

Pål Erling Martinussen (Dept of Sociology and Political Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU))

P04. Participation, Conflict and Negotiation

Angeline Ferdinand (University of Melbourne)

Margaret Kelaher (University of Melbourne)

P05. Adapting, Transferring and Reframing Policy: The Role of Evidence

Angeline Ferdinand (University of Melbourne)

Margaret Kelaher (University of Melbourne)

P06. The Global Quest for Universal Health Coverage

Federico Toth (Università di Bologna)

Michele Castelli (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)

P07. Measuring the Effectiveness of Anti-Doping Policy

Bertrand Stoffel (Institute for Health and Social Policy, McGill University)

Lindsay Duncan (McGill University)

Arijit Nandi (McGill University)

P08. Collaborative Governance and Health Inequities: Perspectives from Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Sara Van Belle (Institute of Tropical Medicine/London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)

P09. Public Policy and Payment for Performance Programs (P4P/PBF) in Health: in High-, Middle- and Low-Income Countries

Fabiana SADDI (Universidade de Brasília)

Stephen Peckham (Centre for Health Services Studies, University of Kent)

Lara Gautier (Université de Montréal)

P10. Why Health Reforms Fail (and Sometimes Succeed): Applying Public Administration Theory to Policy Implementation of Health Reforms with a focus on Low and Middle-Income Countries

Ashley Fox (Rockefeller College, University at Albany, State University of New York, State University of New York)

Radhika Gore (Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health)

Wenhui Feng (Tufts University)

P12. Pandemie policy

Philippe Zittoun (ENTPE - Ecole de l'aménagement durable des territoires)



P01. How the EU Border Regime Transforms Global Public Policy

Oluwasegun David Yusuf (Partnership for African Social and Governance Research)

Mireille Manga (IRIC, University of Yaoundé II)


P01. Contested Boundaries in Food and Agricultural Governance

Jeroen Candel (Wageningen University)

Arild Aurvåg Farsund (University of Bergen)

P02. Public Financial Management Policies: Issues of Taxation, Budgeting and Public Debt Management

Inna Krachkovskaya (SOAS University of London)

Alberto Asquer (SOAS, University of London)

P03. Theorizing Internationalization of Higher Education - A Policy Approach

Merli Tamtik (University of Manitoba)

Roopa Trilokekar (Faculty of Education York University)

P04. Urban Transformations Due to Tourism: Contradictions and Controversies, Government and Local


Reyes Herrero López (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

José M. Ruano (Complutense University of Madrid)

P05. Agriculture Policies and Food Security in Developing Countries

Nemi Chand Goliaya (PGGCG-42 Panjab University Chandigarh,India )

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

P06. Financial and Economic Policy-Making in Times of Crisis: Responses to the Great Financial Crisis Across the World

Sarah Kolopp (ENS Paris-Saclay)

Ulrike Lepont (Université Versailles St-Quentin-en-Yvelines)

Philippe Zittoun (ENTPE - Ecole de l'aménagement durable des territoires)


P01. Digital Innovations: Blended and Experiential Learning Strategies in Public Policy Programs

Nick Turnbull (University of Manchester)

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

P03. The Case-Study as a Tool for Public Policy Teaching and Learning

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

Amardeep Thind (Western University )

P04. APSA-Innovation in Pedagogy and Curriculum

Steven Smith (American Political Science Association)


P01. Building Digital Public Governance, Transforming Administrative Culture

Leonid Smorgunov (St. Petersburg State University)

Jeremy Lewis (Huntingdon College)

Erica Gorbak (University of Buenos Aires-Harvard Law School)

P03. Social Policy Instruments Beyond the ‘Three Worlds’: Substantive Findings, Conceptual Issues and Methodological Challenges

H. Tolga Bolukbasi (Bilkent University)

Kerem Gabriel Oektem (Bielefeld University)

P04. Harm Reduction, Public Policy, and Moral Controversy: Principle and Practice

Alana Klein (Faculty of Law McGill University)

Genevieve Fuji Johnson (Simon Fraser University)

P05. Roundtable on the Contributions of Professor Richard Rose to Public Policy

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

Richard Rose (University of Strathclyde)

P06. Publication Strategies: A Conversation with the Editors

Luca Bellodi (Università Bocconi)

P07. IPPA Best Book Award

Grace Skogstad (University of Toronto)

T22 - Preconference

C01. Social Policy Design

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

C02. Policy Change: Populism as a Case of Tectonic Change?

Leslie Pal (Hamad Bin Khalifa University)

C03. The Politics of Policymaking, a Pragmatist Construcvist Approach

Philippe Zittoun (ENTPE - Ecole de l'aménagement durable des territoires)

C04. Deliberative Policy Analysis and the Argumentative Turn

Frank Fischer (Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)

C05. An Introduction to the Narrative Policy Framework

Michael Jones (Oregon State University )

Elizabeth Shanahan (Montana State University)

Thomas Birkland (NC State University)

C06. Objectivity and Subjectivity in Policy Research

Amanda Wolf (Victoria University of Wellington)

C07. Agenda Setting and Interest Groups

Laura Chaqués Bonafont (Universitat de Barcelona and IBEI)

C08. Analyzing Policy Elites

Patrick Hassenteufel (University of Paris-Saclay - Graduate School for Sociology and Political Science)

C09. Qualitative Interview of Policymakers

Philippe Zittoun (ENTPE - Ecole de l'aménagement durable des territoires)

C10. Historical Institutionalist Approaches to Understanding Policy Development and Change

Grace Skogstad (University of Toronto)

C11. Policy Instruments: what they are, how they are selected, what effects they drive

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

C12. Global Policy and Transnational Administration

Diane Stone (School of Transnational Governance, EUI)

Kim Moloney (Hamad Bin Khalifa University)

C13. Policy instruments and governance

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

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