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List of panels

T01 - POLICY PROCESS THEORIES

P01. The Multiple Streams Framework in non-democracies

Annemieke van den Dool (Duke Kunshan University)

P02. The Advocacy Coalition Framework: Rising to Contemporary Challenges

Christopher Weible (University of Colorado Denver)

Daniel Nohrstedt (Department of Government, Uppsala University)

Karin Ingold (University of Bern)

P03. Public Policies Beyond Borders: International Cooperation, Transfers and Translations

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

Cecilia Osorio Gonnet (Universidad Alberto Hurtado)

P04. Advancing the debate on the main factors associated with policy change in Latin America: theoretical perspectives and case studies

Pedro Medellín Torres (ESAP- Escuela Superior de Administración Pública)

Cesar Nicandro Cruz-Rubio (GIGAPP. Research Group in Government, Administration and Public Policy)

Gloria Del Castillo (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Sede México)

P05. Globalization and theories of the policy process

Iftikhar Lodhi (Nazarbayev University)

P06. POLICY NETWORKS II: TESTING POLICY THEORIES WITH SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS

Dmitry Zaytsev (Higher School of Economics)

Valentina Kuskova (NRU Higher School of Economics)

P08. Rebuilding Public Trust in Policy Making Processes Under Complexity

Dr. Biswajit Bandyopadhyay

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

P10. The Narrative Policy Framework: Taking Stock of New Developments

Bettina Stauffer (KPM Center for Public Administration, University of Bern)

Michael Jones (Oregon State University )

Johanna Kuenzler (University of Bern)

P11. Motivations and Perceptions of Individual and Collective Actors in Policy Processes

Johanna Hornung (Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina Braunschweig)

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

Nils C. Bandelow (Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina Braunschweig)

P12. The Multiple Streams Framework: Theoretical refinements and empirical applications

Nicole Herweg (University of Heidelberg)

Reimut Zohlnhöfer (University of Heidelberg. Departnment of Political Science)

Nikolaos Zahariadis (Rhodes College)

P14. Constructivist and Pragmatist Approaches of Policy Process

Philippe Zittoun (ENTPE - University of Lyon)

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

William Dunn (University of Pittsburgh)

P15. Policy Entrepreneurship: Past, Present, and Future

Gordon Shockley (Arizona State U.)

Evangelia Petridou (Mid-Sweden University)

T02 - COMPARATIVE PUBLIC POLICY

P01. Social Transformations and COVID-19 Pandemic in the Middle East and North Africa: Implications and Policy Responses

Anis Ben Brik, PhD (Hamad Bin Khalifa University College of Public Policy)

P02. The Political Economy of Public Policy: Bringing New Models and Methods in

Matia Vannoni (King's College London)

John Peter (KCL)

P03. Trust and the Smart City

Alistair Cole

P04. Policy-induced Challenges to Modern Democracies

Christoph Knill (University of Munich)

Yves Steinebach (LMU München - GSI)

P05. Post-Exceptionalism and Nexus Governance in Food and Agricultural Policy

Gerry Alons (Radboud University of Nijmegen)

Carsten Daugbjerg (University of Copenhagen)

Sandra Schwindenhammer (Justus Liebig University Giessen)

P06. The politics of higher education, research and innovation policies

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

Martina Vukasovic (Department of Administration and Organization Theory, University of Bergen)

Mitchell Young (Charles University)

P07. Family Complexity and Social Policy around the World

Mia Hakovirta (University of Turku)

Daniel Meyer (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

Christine Skinner

P08. Explaining policy change

Munoz Norma (Universidad de Santiago de Chile)

Carla Tomazini (Printemps / Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines)

Melina de Souza Rocha Lukic (York University)

P09. Advancing Research on Policy Dismantling

Jan Pollex (University of Osnabrueck)

Andrea Lenschow (University of Osnabrueck)

Charlotte Burns (University of York)

P10. Public Policies for Digital Risks: A Comparative Policy Analysis

Sivan-Sevilla Ido (Cornell Tech)

Shawn Janzen (University of Maryland)

P11. Urban policy analysis: Theoretical and empirical developments

David Kaufmann (ETH Zürich)

Mara Sidney (Rutgers University-Newark)

P12. Policy problems and policy integration. Differences and similarities across sectors

Guillermo Cejudo (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE))

Philipp Trein (University of Geneva)

P13. Public administration paradigms and policy analysis traditions in Latin American and Southern European countries.

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

Sandra Firmino (School of Social and Political Sciences - University of Lisbon)

Cibele Franzese (Fundação Getulio Vargas)

P14. Political Economy and Public Policy

Grace Skogstad (University of Toronto)

Matt Wilder (Harvard University)

P15. Multilevel Response in Times of Crisis

Isabelle Engeli (University of Exeter)

Thibaud Deruelle (University of Exeter)

P16. International and cross-sectorial comparative policy learning in payment for performance and financial incentives in health care, social care and education

Fabiana C. Saddi (Federal University of Goias, Brazil)

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

Allan Sousa (Ministry of Health)

T03 - POLICY, POLITICS AND POLITICAL REGIME

P01. Policy Making in an Unequal World: A Dialogue between Policy and Inequality Research

Margarita Manosalvas (FLACSO)

Cosmo Howard (Griffith University)

Diana Leon-Espinoza (Griffith University)

P02. Rebuilding the Public Purpose: Strategies Toward Post Multiple Crises Recoveries

Bryan Evans (Ryerson University)

P03. Public Policy and Political Clientelism: the Challenges of a Scientific Division

LAURA GIRAUD (Centre for Legal Research, University of La Reunion)

Damien Deschamps (Univeristé de La Réunion)

Olivier Provini (Université de La Réunion)

P04. Market governance in authoritarian settings

Emmanuelle Mathieu (University of Lausanne)

FULYA APAYDIN (Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals)

P05. The expansion of non-judicial mechanisms of justice: a public administration approach

Sule Tomkinson (Université Laval)

P06. Social Movements and their Influence on the Public Policy Agenda

Vasil Navumau (Center for Advanced Internet Studies)

Olga Matveieva (Dnipropetrovsk Regional Institute of Public Administration)

P07. Energy Security of Transit States

David Shafie (Chapman University)

P08. Populism and policy making

Attila Bartha (Centre for Social Sciences, ELKH and Corvinus University of Budapest)

Zsolt Boda (Centre for Social Sciences - Centre of Excellence of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

T04 - PUBLIC PROBLEM AND AGENDA SETTING

P01. Policies for hybrid governance

Jan-Erik Johanson (Tampere University)

Jarmo Vakkuri (Tampere University, Faculty of Management and Business)

Tero Erkkilä (University of Helsinki)

P02. Issue Attention and Political Representation

Laura Chaqués Bonafont (University of Barcelona and IBEI)

P03. AGENDA DYNAMICS AND POLICY CHANGE IN LATIN AMERICA

Felipe Brasil (UNESP Araraquara)

Jeraldine Alicia del Cid Castro (FLACSO México)

P04. Public policy agenda in relation to long-term care of older people

Virginija Poskute (ISM University of Management and Economics )

Ruta Kazlauskaite (ISM University of Management and Economics)

Alexandra Lopes (University of Porto - Department of Sociology)

T05 - POLICY FORMULATION, ADMINISTRATION AND POLICYMAKERS

P01. Justice or Public Management? Public Sector Reform and Corruption

Pablo Sanabria (School of Government, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia)

Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO)

P02. Robust politics and governance in turbulent times

Eva Sørensen (Department of Social Sciences and Business)

Christopher Ansell (University of California, Berkeley)

Jacob Torfing (Roskilde University)

P03. Accountability and datafication in the governance of public sectors: A policy instruments perspective

Antoni Verger (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona)

Sotiria Grek

Christian Maroy (Université catholique de Louvain & Université de Montréal)

P04. Central agencies, policy direction and executive leadership

John Halligan (Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, University of Canberra)

jonathan craft (University of Toronto)

P05. Dealing with wicked problems: Policy capacity and Policy Formulation in an Era of diminished Certainties

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

Theodore Tsekos (University of Peloponnese)

P07. Policy Narratives and Policy Actors – Exploring the Linkages

Sonja Blum (University of Hagen)

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

Johanna Kuhlmann

P08. Making co-creation work: The relevance of strategic management

Andreja Pegan (Northumbria University )

Brittney Regal

Ewan Ferlie (King's College London )

P09. How Experts Organize and Interact with the Political World? The Political Socializations of Experts

Valentin THOMAS (IRISSO - Université Paris-Dauphine, PSL Université)

Jean-Baptiste Devaux (Sciences PO Lyon)

Muriel Surdez (University of Fribourg)

T06 - POLICY IMPLEMENTATION

P01. Governance of intersectoral policies with the population: capturing citizens needs in time of crisis

Pernelle Smits

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

P02. Educational policies application outside the original territory for which they were created

Rubén Palacio (Universidad de Medellín)

Esteban Vasquez (Universidad de Medellín)

Sebastian Hurtado Correa (Universidad de Medellín)

P03. Street-level bureaucracy in weak institutions

Rik Peeters (CIDE)

GABRIELA LOTTA

Fernando Nieto Morales, (El Colegio de Mexico)

P04. Advancing the debate on implementation gaps in social policies, from micro explanations to general theories

Giorgia Nesti (Università di Padova)

Matteo Bassoli (University of Padova)

P05. Qualitative Approaches to Comparing Policy Implementation

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

Tobias Eule (University of Bern)

T07 - POLICY DESIGN, POLICY ANALYSIS, EXPERTISE AND EVALUATION

P01. Designing complex evaluations for application to public health policy

Angeline Ferdinand (University of Melbourne)

Volker Amelung (Medical University Hannover)

Ana Maria Oyarce (Universidad de Chile)

P02. Agenda 2030 and institutional change in the Global South

Paul Cisneros (Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales - IAEN)

sofia cordero (Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales)

P03. Investigating the Pillars of Policy Design: Modes, Spaces and Calibrations

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

P04. Operationalizing the Policy Design Framework

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO)

P05. Relationality: The Inner Life of Policy

Raul Lejano (New York University )

Anne Taufen (University of Washington )

Koen Bartels (University of Birmingham)

P06. Zombies, Ghosts and other Specters in Public Policy

Maximilian Nagel (Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen)

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

P07. Problem structures and the policy process

Sabrina Kirschke (United Nations University)

Hannah Kosow (ZIRIUS University of Stuttgart)

P08. Teaching Policy Design: Topics & Techniques

Scott Schmidt

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

Bali Azad Singh (University of Melbourne)

P09. The Advisory Roles of Political Scientists in Europe

Arco Timmermans (Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University)

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

P10. Public policy design and analysis: what role do parliaments play?

Anna Palau (University of Barcelona)

Muñoz Luz (University of Barcelona)

P11. Policy Mix and Capacity in Governance Contexts: interactions and outcomes

Pedro Cavalcante (Institute of Applied Economic Research - Ipea)

Hironobu Sano (Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil)

P13. Policy Evaluation and Policy Analysis: re-bridging the gap to evaluate policies in a period characterized by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic

Giancarlo Vecchi (Politecnico di Milano - School of Management)

Dominika Wojtowicz (Kozminski University)

P14. Challenges of evaluative research in a pandemic context: methodological adaptations and new debates on the quality of evaluation.

Carla Frias (Universidad de Barcelona)

andrea peroni (universidad de chile)

Carolina Muñoz-Mendoza (Instituto de Gobierno y Políticas Públicas. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona)

P15. Anticipatory policy design for addressing sustainability challenges

Nicolas Schmid (ETH Zurich)

Sebastian Sewerin (ETH Zurich, Energy Politics Group)

Benjamin Cashore (School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University)

P16. Evidence for policy in an age of post-truth politics

Justin Parkhurst (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Katherine Smith (University of Strathclyde)

P17. Evidence and Decision-Making in Multilevel Governance

Pirmin Bundi (University of Lausanne)

Valerie Pattyn (Leiden University. Institute of Public Administration)

P18. Evaluating policy responses to address digital disruption, industry transformations and workforce resilience

Eduardo Araral

Sreeja Nair (Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities, Singapore University of Technology and Design)

P19. Social constructivism and political relativism in the post-truth era: what place for facts in policy analysis and policy advice?

Fritz Sager (KPM Center for Public Management, University of Bern)

Céline Mavrot (Yale University School of Public Health)

P20. Complexities of public policy evaluation: exploring political approaches to analyze its multiple dimensions

Regina Laisner (São Paulo State University)

Carolina Muñoz-Mendoza (Instituto de Gobierno y Políticas Públicas. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona)

P21. Food policy: crises and responses

Simone Busetti (Universityof Teramo)

Maria Stella Righettini (University of Padova )

P22. Institutions and Politics of Expert Advice and Policy Learning

Wei Li (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Hongmei Lu (Michigan Technological University)

Claire Dunlop (University of Exeter)

T08 - POLICY DISCOURSE AND CRITICAL POLICY RESEARCH

P01. Growing Resilience: Crafting Public Policy that Supports Sustainable, Just Food Systems

Johanna Wilkes (Wilfrid Laurier University; Balsillie School of International Affairs)

Carla Johnston (Balsillie School of International Affairs)

Alison Blay-Palmer (Wilfrid Laurier University)

P02. Producing markets, producing administrations: Theorizing contemporary marketization

Andreas Öjehag (Karlstad University)

Dalia Mukhtar-Landgren (Lund University)

P03. Democratic experimentalism, governance and public policies in Latin America: challenges and perspectives

Carolina Andion (Santa Catarina State University)

Rubens Lima Moraes (Concordia University )

Suylan Midlej (University of Brasilia )

P04. Social Theory, Crises and Public Policy

Karel Cada (Institute of Sociological Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague)

Anna Durnová (Institute for Advanced Studies - Institut für Höhere Studien)

P05. Policy conflicts in transformation

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

Milan Hrubeš (University of Hradec Králové)

P06. Public Policy and Public Service Delivery

Charles Mazhazhate (Bindura University of Science Education)

P07. Critical Interpretations of “Justice” in Climate Change and Related Transitions

Tamara Metze (Wageningen University)

Jennifer Dodge (Rockefeller College/University at Albany)

P08. Innovative Approaches to Addressing contemporary wicked problems in Public Policy

Naresh Singh (Jindal School of Government and Public Policy. O.P.Jindal Global University)

P09. Critical Pedagogy in Public Policy: approaches, experiences and challenges

Rosana Boullosa (University of Brasilia)

Janaina Peres (Universidade de Brasília - UnB)

Frank Fischer (Humboldt University, Berlin and Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam)

P10. Discourse and policy narratives in megaprojects administration and management: Complexity, uncertainty, and conflictuality

Andrea Terlizzi ( Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies)

Giovanni Esposito (University of Liège)

P11. Arguments and Narratives in Policy Discourse

Hugh Miller (Florida Atlantic University)

Frank Fischer (Humboldt University, Berlin and Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam)

P12. Cities, Judges and Inclusion in Latin America: Rethinking Urban Policy in the context of Increased Legal Action

Sergio Montero (Universidad de los Andes)

Natalia Angel (Universidad de los Andes)

Luisa Sotomayor (York University )

P14. Responsible politics in an era of AI and automation

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

Vanja Carlsson (Karlstad University)

Andreas Öjehag (Karlstad University)

P15. Human rights in policy responses against COVID-19

Pedro Vormittag (Fundação Getulio Vargas FGV-EAESP)

Victoria Vormittag (University of São Paulo Law School)

Lucas Felipe Wosgrau Padilha (Peking University)

T09 - INTEREST GROUPS, BUSINESS, NETWORKS AND GOVERNANCE

P01. Ministers, bureaucrats and advisors in the executive: consolidating comparative research

Thurid Hustedt (Hertie School)

Marleen Brans (KU Leuven Public Governance Institute)

Gouglas Athanassios (University of Exeter)

P02. The limits of public services regulatory governance: methodological and empirical challenges

Alvaro Artigas

Jacint Jordana (Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals)

P03. Metropolitan governance: models, policies and political processes

Mariona Tomas (Universitat de Barcelona)

Maria Angeles Huete García (Universidad Pablo de Olavide)

P04. Interest groups across the policy cycle

Adrià Albareda (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Caelesta Braun (Leiden University, Institute of Public Administration)

Moritz Müller (Leiden University)

P05. Democratization in Regulatory Governance

Libby Maman (Hebrew University)

Ixchel Pérez-Durán (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona)

P06. Travelling models of urban governance: theorizing, branding, and local appropriation

Giulia Romano (Institute of East Asian Studies (IN-EAST), University Duisburg-Essen)

GIL PRADEAU (DPIR University of Wesminster)

P07. Consultants in the Policy Process

Reut Marciano (University of Toronto )

Chris Hurl (Concordia University)

P08. Comparing Political Networks

Manuel Fischer (Eawag)

Petr Ocelik (Masaryk University)

P09. Universities in turbulent times: How covid-19 is impacting the present and future of Latin American higher education governance

Miguel Alejandro González-Ledesma (Department of Educational Research of the Centre for Research and Advanced Studies (DIE-CINVESTAV))

Germán Alvarez-Mendiola (Cinvestav, IPN)

Marcelo Mella Polanco (Universidad de Santiago de Chile)

T10 - FEDERALISM AND MULTI-LEVEL GOVERNANCE

P01. Challenges of the policy process in subnational governance: Low capacity, different context, or simply just local features?

Oliver Meza (CIDE)

Emilio Moya (Universidad Católica de Temuco )

P02. The Impact of Decentralization on Governance Systems

Glendal Wright (Bankworld, Inc)

Juraj Nemec (Masaryk University Brno)

P03. Multi-Level Governance from a Network Perspective

Melanie Nagel (University of Konstanz)

Carlos Bravo-Laguna (Barcelona Institute of International Studies (IBEI))

Petr Ocelik (Masaryk University)

P04. Sanctuary Cities across Space and Time: Public Policy Perspectives

Raffaele Bazurli (Ca' Foscari University of Venice)

Els de Graauw (Baruch College, the City University of New York (CUNY))

P05. From Decentralization to Recentralization: Processes and Dynamics behind the Concentration of Power and Authority at the Center

Helder Ferreira do Vale (Hankuk University)

Jean-Baptiste Harguindéguy (Universidad Pablo de Olavide)

P07. Governing climate change at national and subnational levels: Federalism and Multi-Level Issues

Andre Andrade (Univesity of Potsdam)

Harald Fuhr (University of Potsdam)

P08. New ways to financing budget in the subnational level and metropolitan areas in the post pandemic context: autonomy or fiscal dependence?

Alain Dimitrius Izquierdo Reyes (Universidad de Guadalajara)

Navarrete Carlos (UdeG)

Juan Diego Omar Martínez Delgado (Universidad de Guadalajara)

T11 - METHODOLOGIES

P01. Studying policy interventions and reform initiatives as “campaigns”

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

Michael Mintrom (Monash University)

Yifei Yan (LSE)

P02. Manifestos and Debates about the Public Policy/Management Academy: Re-examination and Counter-statements

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

William Dunn (University of Pittsburgh)

P03. Text as Data: New Approaches and Empirical Applications for Analysing Policy and Legislative Texts

Sebastian Sewerin (ETH Zurich, Energy Politics Group)

Lynn Kaack (ETH Zurich)

Slava Jankin (Data Science Lab, Hertie School)

P04. Taking Stock of Evaluation Methods for Public Policy

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

Thilo Bodenstein (Central European University)

P05. Measurement challenges in public policy research

Xavier Fernández-i-Marín (LMU Munich)

P20. test SOF IPPA

SOFIANE AILANE (IPPA/ENTPE)

T12 - GENDER, DIVERSITY AND PUBLIC POLICY

P01. Women in Foreign Policy

dorotea lopez (University of Chile)

Maria Jose Henriquez Uzal (Instituto de Estudios Internacionales. Universidad de Chile )

Pia Lombardo (Instituto de Estudios Internacionales, Universidad de Chile)

P02. Investigating Gender in Public Policy: taking stock and moving forward

Panchali Guha (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

Jennifer Curtin (University of Auckland)

Ola El-Taliawi (Faculty of Public Affairs, Carleton University)

P03. Linking social innovation and empowerment: A public policy role?

Raquel Gallego-Calderón (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Lara Maestripieri

P04. Ethical Gender or Gendered Ethics? Current Perspectives and Prospects in Policy Sciences, Research and Practice

Ozge Uluskaradag (Concordia University)

Stuti Rawat (Education University of Hong Kong)

P05. Indigenous Rights and the Transformation of Policy

Sheryl Lightfoot (University of British Columbia)

P06. Gender public policies of the 21st century: advances and challenges

Anelise Gregis Estivalet (Université Paris Descartes )

Gabriel Dvoskin (Universidad de Buenos Aires)

T13 - SCIENCE, INTERNET AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY

P01. Policy Measures and Institutional Arrangements to Govern Data-Driven Innovation for Sustainability

Masaru Yarime (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

T14 - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENT AND POLICY

P01. Climate Change as a Politics and Public Policy Challenge for Large Metropolises: A South-North Perspective

Klaus Frey (Federal University of ABC)

Andrea Lampis (Institute of Energy and Environment (University of São Paulo))

P02. A Socially Just and Ecologically Sustainable Circular Economy: Principles, Politics and Practice

Sina Leipold (University of Freiburg)

P03. New human rights and environmental due diligence regulations: Towards hardened foreign accountability?

Almut Schilling-Vacaflor (University of Osnabrück)

Andrea Lenschow (University of Osnabrueck)

Maria-Therese Gustafsson (Department of Political Science, Stockholm University)

P04. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 5 years on: conceptualization, measurement and communication

Lukas Pukelis (Public Policy and Management Institute (PPMI))

Nuria Bautista-Puig (University of Gävle)

P05. Form, content and function: advancing theoretical explorations and empirical findings on sustainability governance

Claudia Azcuy Becquer (Universität Passau)

P07. The (Im)possibility of Governing Transformation to Sustainability - Between Policies and Self-Governance

Ariel Macaspac Hernandez (German Development Institute)

P09. Cross-sectoral coordination and institutional innovation in water governance

Nicolas Jager (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg)

Manuel Fischer (Eawag)

P10. Challenges to Public Policymaking during the COVID-19 Pandemic Period: Retreading Public Policies towards the Undisrupted Attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals

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

P11. Governance towards Carbon Neutral Futures

Louise Reardon (University of Birmingham)

Timea Nochta (University of Cambridge)

Li Wan (University of Cambridge)

P12. Questioning the turn of water-related risk policies towards nature

Joana GUERRIN (INRAE, Strasbourg, France)

Sara Fernandez (INRAE)

Anna Serra-Llobet (Institute of International Studies)

P13. Policies of extractivism in Central Africa: ressources, conflicts of rights and governance

Joseph Keutcheu (University of Dschang)

Mireille Manga Edimo (IRIC, University of Yaounde II)

P14. Climate Policy-Making: Political Dynamics, Social Acceptance, and Policy Feedback

Silvia Pianta (Bocconi University)

Adrian Rinscheid (University of St.Gallen)

P15. Green Public Procurement

Jordi Rosell (Universidad Pública de Navarra)

P16. Urban planning for sustainable and creative city in the post-COVID era

Shunsaku Komatsuzaki (The University of Tokyo)

P17. Understanding the Process of Energy Transitions and the Relevant Issues Along the Way

Ju-Ying Yang (University at Albany, State University of New York)

Paul Jo

T15 - INEQUALITIES AND PUBLIC POLICY

P01. The 2030 Agenda as a mechanism to address inequality in the design of national and local public policies

MARIA VELASCO GONZÁLEZ (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

Antonio Sianes (Research Institute on Policies for Social Transformation, Universidad Loyola Andalucía)

P02. Analysis of inclusive rural development strategies and policies: pending and new challenges in Latin America

Daniela Castillo (Rimisp - Centro Latinoamericano para el Desarrollo Rural)

Ignacia Fernández (Rimisp)

Rodrigo Yanez (Rimisp - Latin American Center for Rural Development)

P03. Prospects for social sustainability

Gaby Umbach (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute)

Igor Tkalec (European University Institute)

P04. Governing by Unseeing

Ankur Sarin

Advaita Rajendra (Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad)

T16 - GLOBAL POLICY

P01. Regional responses to global challenges? Building global governance arrangements across policy areas in uncertain times

Juan Carlos Triviño Salazar (Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals)

Andrea C. Bianculli (Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI))

P02. Global Public Policy in a Quantified World: Indicators, Models and Targets as Epistemic Infrastructures

Justyna Bandola-Gill (University of Edinburgh)

Sotiria Grek

Marlee Tichenor (University of Edinburgh)

P03. Global governance and pandemic prevention: the role of policy, law and systems

Tarra Penney (York University)

Chloe Clifford Astbury (York University)

Mary Wiktorowicz (York University)

P04. Global Public Policy and Governance: Theories, Methods, and Cases

Yijia Jing (Institute for Global Public Policy)

T17 - HEALTH POLICY

P01. Understanding the policy processes of covid-19 (re)responses: using or advancing policymaking and implementation theories and frameworks

Fabiana C. Saddi (Federal University of Goias, Brazil)

Lucy Gilson (University of Cape Town )

SILVIA Helena BASTOS de Paula (SAO PAULO INSTITUTE OF HEALTH)

P02. Health policy innovations in times of crisis

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

Colleen Grogan (University of Chicago)

P03. Digitalization and data governance in health systems

Tugce Schmitt (University of Maastricht)

P04. Health care systems resilience: challenges, lessons and opportunities in facing the Coronavirus pandemic

Michele Castelli (Newcastle University)

Federico Toth (University of Bologna)

P05. Crisis learning and policy transfer – using the lessons from COVID-19 to strengthen public policy responses to crises

K. Viktoria Stein (Leiden University Medical Center)

Volker Amelung (Medical University Hannover)

P06. Trust matters in health systems

Sumit Kane (School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne)

Michael Calnan

T18 - SECTORIAL POLICY

P01. EU governance, lifelong learning policies and the national level

Margherita Bussi (University of Louvain)

Milana Marcella (University of Verona)

P02. Sustainable Agriculture policies and their impact on food security and Poverty alleviation in Developing Countries

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

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

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

P03. Global Policy Discourses on Immigration and International Student Mobility

Emma Sabzalieva (UNESCO/York University)

Roopa Trilokekar (Faculty of Education York University)

P05. Philippine Panel on Public Enterprise Regulatory Governance and Reform

Enrico Basilio (University of the Philippines - National College of Public Administration and Governance)

P06. Electricity Governance in the Global South

Emmanuelle Mathieu (University of Lausanne)

Jacint Jordana (Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals)

T19 - TEACHING PUBLIC POLICY AND PEDAGOGY

P01. Teaching Public Policy in an Internationalized Context

Emily St Denny (University of Copenhagen)

Philippe Zittoun (ENTPE - University of Lyon)

P02. ACTIVE LEARNING IN POLICY STUDIES IN PANDEMIC TIMES: THE PROMISE OF DIGITAL GAMES

Bruno Dente (Politecnico di Milano)

Ixchel Perez-Duran (Autonomous University of Barcelona)

Claudio Radaelli (School of Transnational Governance, European University Institute)

T20 - OTHER

P01. Emerging Security Policies

Beatriz Gutierrez (Universidad Europea de Madrid)

P02. Bridging the gap between public policy and refugee studies: tools, concepts and frameworks for the study of refugee policy

Ola El-Taliawi (Faculty of Public Affairs, Carleton University)

James Milner (Carleton University)

P03. Education Policy

Michael O'Neill (University of Ottawa)

P04. MIGRATION POLICY FRAMEWORKS IN AFRICA

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

Samuel Okunade (University of Pretoria, South Africa)

P05. Leadership in Public Administration

Mohammed Aljanahi (United Arab Emirates University)

Christopher Surfus (Western Michigan University)

P06. The disenchantment of public policies in Africa

Yves Patrick MBANGUE NKOMBA (University of Yaoundé II, Faculty of Laws and Political Science )

MACHIKOU NADINE (Université de Yaoundé II)