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ROUNDTABLE

THE GLOBAL REACH AND LIMITS OF MAINSTREAM PUBLIC POLICY PROCESS THEORIES

The major conceptualizations of the dynamics of the policy process—such as the multiple streams approach, the punctuated equilibrium framework, the advocacy coalition framework, and historical institutionalism— originated in the US. They have since been used to explain the dynamics of policy change and continuity in other jurisdictions. This panel examines how well these theories and Anglo-Saxon approaches more generally to public policy and administration have traveled beyond where they originated. Panelists examine how, if at all, they require modification to explain policy processes and public administration in other political systems, including those in the Global South.

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MODERATOR:

Grace Skogstad, Professor of Political Science at University of Toronto

Speakers

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WOLFGANG DRECHSLER

PROFESSOR OF GOVERNANCE

Tallinn University of Technology

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LEONG CHING

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

National University of Singapore

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Osmany Porto de Oliveira

Assistant Professor

Department of International Relations - Federal University of São Paulo

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SABINE SAURUGGER

PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND DIRECTOR OF SCIENCES PO (GRENOBLE)

Sciences Po Grenoble

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