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List of papers


P01. Revisiting the judicialization of public policy

Christine Rothmayr Allison (Université de Montréal)

Dagmar Soennecken (York University)

P02. Nascent Policy Subsystems

Nicole Lemke (University of Lausanne)

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

Frédéric Varone (University of Geneva)

P03. Advancing the Comparative Study of The Multiple Streams Framework

Nikolaos Zahariadis (Rhodes College)

Annemieke van den Dool (Duke Kunshan University)

Evangelia Petridou (Mid-Sweden University)

P04. Multi-scalar and Nested Policy Processes: Linking Global, National and Local

Leslie Pal (Hamad Bin Khalifa University)

Evren Tok (Hamad Bin Khalifa University)

Francesca Gelli (Università Iuav di Venezia)

P05. The Advocacy Coalition Framework: Fundamentals and Frontiers

Tim Heinmiller (Department of Political Science, Brock University)

Kristin Olofsson (Oklahoma State University)

P07. Narrative Policy Framework: Developments, Discoveries, and Challenges

Elizabeth Shanahan (Montana State University)

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

P08. Bringing Policy Termination [Back] Into Policy Analysis

Vandna Bhatia (Carleton University)

Frank Ohemeng (Concordia University)

P09. Policy Decision-making in low- and middle-income countries – the role and interplay of state, business and civil society

NOOR Alabbas (University of Nottingham)

Ruby Chau (University of Nottingham)

Kevin Zapata Celestino (University of Nottingham)

P10. Policy Transaction, a pragmatic and constructivist Approach

Christopher Ansell (University of California, Berkeley)

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

Philippe Zittoun (LAET-ENTPE, University of Lyon)

P11. Conceptualizing and researching policy learning across and beyond theories of the policy process

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

Bishoy Louis Zaki (University of Gent)

P12. Social Identities in Public Policy and Public Administration

Nils Bandelow (Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina Braunschweig)

Kun Huang (University of New Mexico )

Johanna Hornung (University of Bern)

Jeongyoon Lee (University of Kentucky)

P13. Transnational Policy Process

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

Cecilia Osorio Gonnet (Universidad de Chile)

Laura Rahm (Central European University (Austria))

Raul Pacheco-Vega (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) Mexico)

P14. The “public-void policy”: how systemic corruption affects the policy process, and how theories could accommodate it

Oliver Meza (IIPPG-CIDE)

Irma del Carmen Guerra Osorno (Universidad Veracruzana)

Miguel Guajardo (El Colegio Mexiquense)

P15. Decision as Symbolic Tools in Policy Process

Philippe Zittoun (LAET-ENTPE, University of Lyon)

Laurie Boussaguet (European University Institute)

Florence Faucher (Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po))

P16. Agency in the Policy Process: Policy Entrepreneurs, Leaders, and Brokers

Evangelia Petridou (Mid-Sweden University)

Christopher Weible (University of Colorado Denver)

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

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

Karin Ingold (University of Bern)

P17. Rethinking and Assessing Policy Change

Norma Munoz del Campo (Universidad de Santiago de Chile)

Melina de Souza Rocha Lukic (York University)


P01. Asymmetric Neighbours and International Relations: Living in the Shadow of Elephants

Thomas Klassen (York University)

Ian Roberge (York University)

Nara Park (Yonsei University)

P02. Policy transfer in the ‘Asian century’: When Asia exports policies to the rest of world

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

Kidjie Ian Saguin (University of Amsterdam)

P03. Shaping Policies through / for Knowledge in a Globalised World: Actors, Systems and Policymaking Dynamics

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

Meng Hsuan Chou (Nanyang Technological University)

P04. Aging and Public Policy

Patrik Marier (Concordia University)

Meghan Joy (Concordia University)

Loïc TRABUT (Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques)

P05. Dissecting Public Policy Making in Africa: Theoretical, Analytical, and Methodological Perspectives

Michael Kpessa-Whyte (University of Ghana)

Frank Ohemeng (Concordia University)

Gedion Onyango (Dept. Political Science and Public Administration, University of Nairobi)

P06. Public Policy in Latin America

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

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

P07. Policy Advisory Systems in Comparative Perspective

Mireille Manga (IRIC, University of Yaoundé II)

Fritz Sager (University of Bern)

Fiaz Hussain (Fatima Jinnah Women University)

P08. Public Policy Formulation in Post-colonial Africa and the Caribbean

Dalano DaSouza (University of the West Indies, Cave Hill)

Chevy Eugene (York University)

P09. Comparative approaches to urban policy: Supporting the needs of precarious migrants

Bridget Collrin (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Nick Dreher (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Harald Bauder


Martin Gurín (Universität Kassel)

Lakshita Bhagat (Jawaharlal Nehru University)

Elke Claessens (Universiteit Antwerpen)

Mia Hakovirta (University of Turku)

P12. Institutionalization of Evaluation in the Global South

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

P13. Innovating in policy innovation research

Nihit Goyal (Delft University of Technology)

Thomas Hoppe (Delft University of Technology)

P14. A Comparative Approach to COVID-19

Beryl Radin (McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University)


P01. The Policy Process in Democratic Backsliding: what have we learned?

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

Alexandre Gomide (National School of Public Administration (ENAP))

P02. On European legal-democratic precarity

John Fossum (ARENA, University of Oslo)

Russell Solomon (RMIT University)

P03. Holding the public sector accountable: What roles for parliaments, executives, and citizens?

Eckhard Schroeter (German University of the Police)

Sven Siefken

P04. Social Accountability for Governance improvements

Everardo Chiapa (El Colegio del Estado de Hidalgo)

Giovanna Rodriguez-Garcia (Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM))

P05. Federalism and public welfare policies in comparative perspective: experiences, challenges, results, and advances

Eduardo Grin (Fundaçao Getulio Vargas- Brazil)

Johanna Schnabel (Freie Universität Berlin)


P04. Community Driven Change

Nour Alnasser (Toronto metropolitan University)

P05. What gets measured doesn't always get done - Bureaucrats translating research evidence to physical activity policies for consideration by elected leaders

Peter MCCUE (University of New South Wales)


P01. Bureaucratic Autonomy and Public Policy

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

P02. Public policies for hybrid governance

Jan-Erik Johanson (Tampere University)

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

Tero Erkkilä (University of Helsinki)

Romulo Pinheiro (University of Agder)

P03. Administrative Processes in the Digital Era

Sarah Giest (Leiden University)

Justin Longo (University of Regina)

Ian Roberge (York University)

Francesco Leoni (Politecnico di Milano)

Erin McAuliffe (Politecnico di Milano)

P04. Agency Policymaking: Dynamics and Contributions to National Public Policies

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

P05. Implementing Policy Innovation in Government: Challenges for Policy Workers, Labs, and Leaders

Kathy Brock (Queen's University)

Andrea Migone (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

Adam Wellstead (Michigan Technological University)

P06. Roundtable: Post-Pandemic Spending Reviews: Cutting, Reallocating or Innovating?

Evert Lindquist (School of Public Administration)

Robert Shepherd (Carleton University)

P07. Policy analysis to address the climate crisis: the politics of knowledge production for public policy

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

Philippe Zittoun (LAET-ENTPE, University of Lyon)


P01. Multiple streams and policy implementation

Luke Fowler (Boise State University)

Karen Dominguez-Cancino (Université de Sherbrooke)

P02. Future of work in public policy and administration

Maria Gintova (McMaster University)

Mary Francoli (Carleton University)

P03. Implementing Digitalization in the Public Sector: Professionals’ and Citizens’ Points of View

Lihi Lahat (Sapir Academic College, Israel )

Tanja Klenk (Helmut-Schmidt University Hamburg)

P05. Implementation deficits in Food Policies

Mustafa Koc (Toronto Metropolitan University)


Fabiana SADDI (Universidade de Brasília)

Nagina Khan (University of Oxford)

Vanessa Elias de Oliveira (UFABC - Federal University of ABC)

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

P07. Bureaucratic dysfunctions, discretion and noise in policy implementation: What shapes administrative decisions and outcomes

Simone Busetti (University of Teramo)

Maria Stella Righettini (University of Padova )

P08. Implementing climate action: Drivers, obstacles, and opportunities

Alexandra Lesnikowski (Concordia University)

Robbert Biesbroek (Wageningen University)


P01. Exploring Technologies for Policy Advice

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

Araz Taeihagh (National University of Singapore)

P02. Policy Engineering or Bricolage? Assessing the Micro-Dimensions of Policy Instruments

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

P04. Participatory Research and Policy Design in Wicked Problem Settings

Sabrina Kirschke (Museum für Naturkunde – Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science)

Vanessa Schweizer (University of Waterloo)

Hannah Kosow (Universität Stuttgart)

P05. Mind the gap: Exploring the relationship between political science and policy practice

Anna Malandrino (Università di Bologna)

P07. “Latin America 2030: Sustainable Development and the Digital Transformation of the Region”

Johnathan Ordonez (Keiser University (Latin American Campus), Nicaragua )

Karen Arévalo Mejia (Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala)

P08. Policy Design at a Crossroad: The Problem of Institutional Consistency in Governance

Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO Ecuador)

B. Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh)

Ishani Mukherjee (Singapore Management University)

P09. Individualised disability support: How to design policy with robust mechanisms to realise human rights

Eloise Hummell (Griffith University)

Kylie Burns (Griffith University)

P10. Seeking for symbiosis: Making way for the new policy design orientation within established traditions

Geert Brinkman (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Diana Pamela Villa Alvarez (Universidad del Rosario)

Federico Vaz (MIT GOV LAB)

Arwin van Buuren (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Jenny Lewis (University of Melbourne)

P11. Types and effectiveness of anti-corruption policies

Kristyna Basna (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic))

Jean-Patrick Villeneuve (Università della Svizzera italiana)

Giulia Mugellini (Università della Svizzera italiana)

P12. Practices of evidence use: empirical insights from different policy-making contexts

Eleanor MacKillop (Wales Centre for Public Policy, Cardiff University)

James Downe (Cardiff University)

Hannah Durrant (Wales Centre for Public Policy, Cardiff University)

P13. Design-Led Policy and Governance in Practice: A Global Perspective

Scott Schmidt (Georgetown University)

Louise Mullagh (University of Lancaster)

P14. Expert Knowledge in Policymaking beyond Liberal Democracies

Vera Axyonova (University of Vienna)

Caroline Schlaufer (University of Bern)

P15. Evidence to Policy Systems - Institutional and Governance perspectives

Justin Parkhurst (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Justyna Bandola-Gill (University of Birmingham)

P16. Influence and Trajectories of Change and Continuity in Policy Advice: Actors, Cases, and Methods

jonathan craft (University of Toronto)

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

Andrea Migone (Toronto Metropolitan University)

P17. Policy Side Effects

Yongjin Choi (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London)

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

P18. Policy Evaluation in Times of Crisis

Giancarlo Vecchi (Politecnico di Milano)

Dominika Wojtowicz (Kozminski University)

P21. Resilience and Responsible Innovation in Public Policies

Daniel Vazquez (Federal University of São Paulo)

Hudson Silva (Université de Montréal)

P22. The democratizing potential of Public Policy Evaluation and the challenges of the politicizing debate

Regina Laisner (São Paulo State University)

Carolina Muñoz-Mendoza (Grupo Análisis, Gestión y Evaluacion de Políticas Públicas (AGAPP).Instituto de Gobierno y Políticas Públicas (IGOP). Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona)

P24. Policy capacity in developing countries: Linking theory and empirics (Hybrid panel)

Yifei Yan (University of Southampton)

Kidjie Ian Saguin (University of Amsterdam)

Mehmet Kerem Coban (SOAS, University of London)

P25. Responses to the Ukrainian refugee crisis in Europe

Kristof Gyorgy Veres (Migration Research Institute)

P26. Policies regulating alcohol, drugs, and tobacco: dialogues or monologues between them? A com-prehensive approach to understand substance use changes in multiple populations

Jose Ignacio Nazif-Munoz (Université de Sherbrooke)


P01. Critical policy studies in Asia: Approaches and challenges

Noe John Joseph Sacramento (University of the Philippines Cebu and Chiang Mai University)

Piyapong Boossabong (Chiang Mai University School of Public Policy)

Pobsook Chamchong (Chiang Mai University School of Public Policy )

P02. Emotional Policies and Politics of Emotions

Anna Durnová (University of Vienna)

Stephanie Paterson (Concordia University)

Christopher Weible (University of Colorado Denver)

Michael Orsini (University of Ottawa)

P03. Participatory Innovations for Sustainable Governance

Piyapong Boossabong (Chiang Mai University School of Public Policy)

Frank Fischer (Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)

P04. A new politics of techno-solutionism? AI and data-intensive policymaking in critical perspective

Regine Paul (University of Bergen)

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

P05. Critical Urban Policy

Ronald Vogel (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Meghan Joy (Concordia University)

P06. Beyond Critical? Decolonialising Policy Studies

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

Regine Paul (University of Bergen)

P07. Megatrends and megaprojects: Governing long-term and large-scale policy interventions

Andrea Terlizzi (Università degli Studi di Firenze)

Giovanni Esposito (University of Liège)

P08. The dynamics of policy conflict

Imrat Verhoeven (University of Amsterdam)

Tamara Metze (Wageningen University)

Eva Wolf (Tilburg University)

P09. Local Policies and Climate Change: Strategies, Practices, Narratives and Emotions

Karel Cada (University of Economics Prague)

Eva M. Hejzlarová (Charles University Prague)

P10. Principled engagement in policy conflicts

Jennifer Dodge (Rockefeller College/University at Albany)

Tamara Metze (Wageningen University)

P11. Roundtable: Policy Studies vis-à-vis Climate Emergency

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

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


P01. The Lobby Industry: Implications for Democracy

Bryan Evans (Ryerson University)

P02. Meet the Authors: Business Lobbying in the European Union

Alexander Katsaitis (Stockholm University)

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

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

David Coen

Matia Vannoni (King's College London)


Reut Marciano (University of Toronto )

Chris Hurl (Concordia University)

P04. Collaborative Public Sector Innovation: Concept, Theory, Practices

Mattia Casula (University of Bologna)

Andrea Migone (Toronto Metropolitan University)

P06. Commercial political actors in comparative perspective

Benjamin Hawkins (University of Cambridge)

Adam Koon (Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA)

P07. From Post-Internationalism to Heterarchy: Governing a Fragmegrative World

Richard Weiner (Rhode Island College)

Dana-Marie Ramjit (Adler University)

Philip G Cerny (University of Manchester)

Judit Fabian (University of Ottawa)

P08. Accountability: coming to terms with the conceptual, operational, and functional complexities

Ania (Anna) Ankowska (Leeds Beckett University)

Joseph Pozsgai-Alvarez (Osaka University)

P09. Understanding “ghost-management”: Investigating corporate strategies to shape and control knowledge, beliefs and practices to the detriment of public health

Marc-Andre Gagnon (Carleton University)

Sergio Sismondo (Queen's University, Canada)

P10. Project Governance for Project Managers

Faisal Shaheen (Toronto Metropolitan University)


P01. Theory and practice in Metropolitan Governance: Considerations and experiences towards challenges during crisis time: finance, policies, and results

Alain Dimitrius Izquierdo Reyes (Universidad de Guadalajara)

Carlos Navarrete Ulloa (Universidad de Guadalajara)

Marc Martí-Costa (Institut Metrópoli)


P02. Case studies in public management. Developing critical knowledge of and for government

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

P03. Using realist evaluation, synthesis and research in public policy practice

Sara Van Belle (Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp Belgium)


P01. Gender Expertise and ‘Reframing’ Policy Capacity

Jennifer Curtin (University of Auckland)

Stephanie Paterson (Concordia University)

Francesca Scala (Concordia University)

P02. Women’s voices in public policy development: moving beyond representation

Gerda Van Dijk (University of Pretoria)

David Foreman (National Institute for Clinical Excellence; Royal College of Psychiatrists; King's College London)

P03. Citizenship and Affirmative Action to tackle Social Injustices through Public Policies

Diego Galego (Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM))

Gustavo Gomes da Costa (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco)

Manuela Barreca (Università della Svizzera italiana)

P04. Gender policies and politics in the post-pandemic recovery

Matilde Ceron (European University Institute)

Johanna Breuer (European University Institute)

P05. Towards an Inclusive Innovation Economy in Canada

Saifur Rahman (Toronto Metropolitan University (Canada))

Wendy Cukier (Diversity Institute, Ryerson University )


P01. Transformation of the policy and regulatory agendas of emerging technologies

Juan David Gutiérrez (Universidad de Los Andes)

Maria Angel (University of Washington School of Law)

P02. Science, Technology and Innovation Policies in Metropolitan Regions

Michele Gonzalez Galindo (Consejo Nacional de Humanidades, Ciencias y Tecnologías)

Moises Israel Iraheta Avila (CIDE Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas A.C.)

P03. Governance and Policy Design Lessons for Trust Building and Responsible Use of AI, Autonomous Systems and Robotics

Araz Taeihagh (National University of Singapore)

Devyani Pande (LKY School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

Shaleen Khanal (LKY School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

Lili Li (Auburn University)

P04. Organizational Evolution in Innovation Policy

Dan Breznitz (University of Toronto)

P05. Platform Governance in Turbulent Times

Araz Taeihagh (National University of Singapore)

Shaleen Khanal (LKY School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore)

Lili Li (Auburn University)

P06. Innovation Districts as complex, multi-level policy spaces: the governance and implementation of a fuzzy concept

Kieron Flanagan (University of Manchester)

Elvira Uyarra (university of manchester)

Alina Kadyrova (University of Manchester)

Debapriya Chakrabarti (University of Manchester)

P07. Potential Policy Responses to the Wicked Problem of Disinformation

Karim Bardeesy (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Sam Andrey (Toronto Metropolitan University)

P09. Digital Inclusion: fostering affordable, accessible and assistive ICTs

Hasnain Bokhari (Universität Erfurt)

Evans Awuni (Universität Erfurt)

Alyssa McIntyre (Universität Erfurt)

P10. Emerging Technologies: Risks, Trust, and Governance

Alberto Asquer (SOAS, University of London)

Inna Krachkovskaya (SOAS University of London)

P11. Cybersecurity: policymaking and institutionalization

Mauro Santaniello (Università degli Studi di Salerno)

Jonathan Kamkhaji (European University Institute)

Giancarlo Vecchi (Politecnico di Milano)

Francesco Amoretti (Università degli Studi di Salerno)



David Aubin (Université Catholique de Louvain)

Thomas Bolognesi (Grenoble Ecole de Management)

Andrea Gerlak (University of Arizona)

P02. Theorizing the future sustainability challenges to environmental and energy policies

Anthony Zito (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)

Ekaterina Domorenok (University of Padua)

John Hoornbeek (Kent State University)

Daniel Fiorino (American University)

P03. Decolonizing Climate Policy in the Global South: Structural Changes in Policy Making

Aritra Chakrabarty (Michigan Technological University (USA))

Amal Ennabih (Sciences Po Lyon / UMR Triangle / CNRS)

Lorena Torres Bernardino (UMR Triangle / CNRS / Sciences Po Lyon)

Mireille Manga (IRIC, University of Yaounde II)

Kiran Kumar Gowd (University of Hyderabad)

P04. Hidden Challenges Arose from Dynamic Interactions along the Way to Sustainable Energy Transitions

Paul Jo (University at Albany)

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

P05. Energy transition, security and justice in times of global shocks

Daniel del Barrio Alvarez (The University of Tokyo)

Warathida Chaiyapa (Chiang Mai University)

P06. Climate Change Governance of Tipping Points ¿Path Dependence or New Imaginaries?

Cristina Zurbriggen (Universidad de la Republica)

Margot Hurlbert (Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy)

P08. Environmental Policy Styles in Developing Countries

Srinivas Yerramsetti (University of Bern)

Manish Anand (The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi)

P09. Contested Knowledge and the Potentially Changing Role of Experts in Sustainability Politics

Michael Böcher (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg)

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

P10. Policy, politics and governance for net zero

Timea Nochta (University of Birmingham)

Nihit Goyal (Delft University of Technology)

Thomas Hoppe (Delft University of Technology)

P11. Climate Change and Social Justice: Public Policy Perspectives on the Global South

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

Andreas Rechkemmer (Hamad Bin Khalifa University)

P12. Water Governance and Policy under Climate Uncertainty

Carolyn Johns (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Debora VanNijnatten (Wilfrid Laurier University)

P13. Towards Sustainability through Renewable Energy: Issues and Challenges in Policy

NAVREET KAUR (Panjab University Chandigarh)

Rajesh Kumar (Guru Nanak Dev University)

P14. Climate change and energy access in Africa: Interrogating policy action

Christopher Gore (Toronto Metropolitan University)

P15. Local climate action in Latin America

Israel Solorio (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

Paul Cisneros (Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales - IAEN)

P17. Roundtable: Uncovering and Prescribing Thermostatic Institutions for the Climate Crisis: A Research Agenda

Benjamin Cashore (National University of Singapore)

P18. Towards an Inclusive Clean Economy

Kevin Jae (Ryerson Polytechnic University)

Christopher Zou (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Wendy Cukier (Diversity Institute, Ryerson University )

P19. Water Governance towards Sustainability and Resilience in the Cities of Global South

Vaishali Kushwaha (Northeastern University (Boston, USA))

Mansee Bal Bhargava (multiple institution affiliation)


P02. Public Policy in Africa: A Political Economy Perspective

Mireille Manga (IRIC, University of Yaoundé II)

Siphamandla Zondi (University of Johannesburg)

Saidou Abdoul Karim (University of Thomas Sankara)


P01. Strategy Mobility: struggles against policy transfer (climate, gender, human rights, for example)

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

Nick Graham (University of Victoria)

P02. Expanding Social Protection Coverage to Informal Workers: Building a Global Evidence base on Policy Design and Implementation

Willetta Waisath (WORLD Policy Analysis Center, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health)

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

P03. Public Policy Studies in Latin America: unveiling the region’s contribution to the field

Oliver Meza (IIPPG-CIDE)

Jose Luis Mendez (El Colegio de Mexico)


P01. Beyond Prohibition - The Changing Landscape of Global Drug Policy

Denis Lim (Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada)

Sebastien Gibson (Toronto Metropolitan University)

P02. “On Our Own”: Navigating Neoliberalization in Health Policy Making

Eric Ng (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Mairead Cavanagh (Toronto Metropolitan University)


David Aubin (Université Catholique de Louvain)

Johanna Hornung (University of Bern)

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

Nils Bandelow (Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina Braunschweig)

Eric Montpetit (Université de Montréal)

P05. Rethinking health systems and health policy: what we have learnt from the Covid-19 pandemic and how it affects health systems reforms

Michele Castelli (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)

Federico Toth (Università di Bologna)

Mirella Cacace (Catholic University of Applied Sciences Freiburg, Germany)

P06. Negating inequities and marginalization to develop sustainable and resilient systems: intersectoral innovations and policy response

Shinjini Mondal (McGill University)

Lara Gautier (Université de Montréal)

Erica Di Ruggiero (University of Toronto)

Nassera Touati (ENAP)

P07. Migration and Health: Global journeys through policy and practice

Lloy Wylie (Western University)

Saime Ozcurumez (Baskent University)

P08. Public Health Policy Success/Failure During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Zigmond A Kozicki (University of Detroit Mercy)

Stephanie Baiyasi-Kozicki (Central Michigan University)

P09. Health System Governance: in and beyond COVID19

Carmen Huckel Schneider (University of Sydney)

James Gillespie (Menzies Centre for Health Policy, University of Sydney.)

Sara Allin (University of Toronto)


P01. Pandemic Shifts? The Non-profit Sector, Public Policy, and COVID-19

Meghan Joy (Concordia University)

John Shields (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Siu Mee Cheng

P02. Understanding the role and impact of regulatory environments in educational markets

Adrian Zancajo (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona)

Clara Fontdevila (University of Glasgow)

Huriya Jabbar

Antoni Verger (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona)

P05. Family-Support Policies in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Tool to Promote Child Care and Development

Monica Ruiz-Casares (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Jose Ignacio Nazif-Munoz (Université de Sherbrooke)




Karine Lavoisier (PhD IPPA)

P01. Crisis Handling and Management: The Policy Perspective

Manoj Dixit (University of Lucknow)

P02. Bad Policy: Identifying the Ignoble (Sides of Governance)

Ian Roberge (York University)

Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn (University of Groningen)

Heather McKeen-Edwards (Bishop's University)

P03. Policy Studies and the Peer Review Crisis: Status Quo and Ways Forward

Regine Paul (University of Bergen)

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

Rachael Dobson (Birkbeck College)

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

P05. Fighting corruption during crisis

Giulia Mugellini (Università della Svizzera italiana)

Jean-Patrick Villeneuve (Università della Svizzera italiana)

Isabelle Caron (Dalhousie University)

Kristyna Basna (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic))

P07. Food Safety Governance in Developing Nations

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))


P01. Policy Behaviour: Definitions, Methods and a Research Agenda

Ching Leong (National University of Singapore)

Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

P02. Actualizing a Decade of Healthy Ageing

Alyssa Brierley (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Samir Sinha (University of Toronto)

P04. Roundtable: Mapping the development and future of policy sciences: the coming of age of a research field

Nathan Levy (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Peter Scholten (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

P06. The Future of Government after the covid-19: democracy, governance and public management challenges in Latin America

Florencia Ferrer (e-Strategia Publica)

Silverio Zebral Filho (OAS School of Governance)

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

P07. Transformative policy research, policy-making, policy analysis and policy evaluation

Christian Hui (Toronto Metropolitan University (Canada))

Ayesha Umme-Jihad (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Bryanna Hines (Ryerson Polytechnic University)


Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

Jose Luis Mendez (El Colegio de Mexico)

Caner Bakir (Koc University)

P09. Reconstructing policies in Brazil: the day after a policy-dismantling government

Vanessa Elias de Oliveira (UFABC - Federal University of ABC)

P10. Meeting: Women in Public Policy International Network

Ola El-Taliawi (University of Twente)

T22 - Preconference

C01. Wicked Problems in theory, research and practice

Brian Head (University of Queensland)

C02. Critical Race Theory: Implications for Policy Studies

Cheryl Teelucksingh

C03. Decolonizing Policy Studies?

Hayden King (Yellowhead Institute)

C05. Case Teaching for Public Policy

Robert Kent Weaver (Georgetown University)

C06. Qualitative Interview

Philippe Zittoun (LAET-ENTPE, University of Lyon)

C07. Policy design in times of crises: theoretical and methodological challenges

Giliberto Capano (University of Bologna)

C08. Governing ecological transition processes

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

C09. The politics of Policymaking: A pragmatist constructivist Approach

Philippe Zittoun (LAET-ENTPE, University of Lyon)

Christopher Ansell (University of California, Berkeley)

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

C10. Emotions and Public Policy analytical tools and concepts

Anna Durnová (University of Vienna)

C11. Transnational Policy Transfers and Development Cooperation

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

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

C12. Conceptualizing populism in policy making

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

C13. Globalization and Sustainable Development

Hamid Ali (Doha Institute for Graduate Studies)

C14. Advising the policy process

David Aubin (Université Catholique de Louvain)

C15. Policy Research, Relevance and Knowledge Mobilization

Carolyn Johns (Toronto Metropolitan University)

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