Teaching ressources

Radical right parties - Martin Schain

18/06/2020 - 15:06

Martin Schain discusses the "Radical right parties" in his plenary talk at the Fourth International Conference on Public Policy in Montreal, Canada.

Climate Denial and Post Truth Challenges for Policy Science - Frank Fischer

18/06/2020 - 14:48

Frank Fischer discusses "Climate Denial and Post Truth Challenges for Policy Science" in his plenary talk at the Fourth International Conference on Public Policy in Montreal, Canada.

Climate Policies between isolation and dissolution - Amy Dahan

18/06/2020 - 14:45

Amy Dahan discusses the "Climate Policies between isolation and dissolution" in her plenary talk at the Fourth International Conference on Public Policy in Montreal, Canada.

The challenges of doing climate policy - Robert Paehlke

18/06/2020 - 14:23

Robert Paehlke discusses the challenges of doing climate policy in his plenary talk at the Fourth International Conference on Public Policy in Montreal, Canada.

Weathering the Storm: Populism, Party Politics & Immigration Policy in Canada - Phil Triadafilopulos

18/06/2020 - 14:07

Phil Triadafilopulos discusses "weathering the storm: Populism, party politics and immigration in Canada" in his plenary talk at the Fourth International Conference on Public Policy in Montreal, Canada.

Insecurities, policies and far right party support - Tim Vlandas

18/06/2020 - 14:03

Tim Vlandas discusses "Insecurities, policies, and far right party support" in his plenary talk at the Fourth International Conference on Public Policy, in Montreal, Canada.

Politics in an era of populism - Terri E. Givens

18/06/2020 - 13:59

Terri Givens discusses the "politics in an era of populism" in her plenary talk at the Fourth International Conference on Public Policy in Montreal, Canada.

Interview series: Professor Patrick Hassenteufel

14/05/2020 - 13:09

Professor Patrick Hassenteufel joins IPPA for an interview discussing his academic journey from PhD student to professor. In the video, Hassenteufel discusses his early PhD career, his mentors, his research on health and welfare policy in Europe, how French public policy differs from other countries, the concept of ‘action publique’, the concept of programmatic elites, the value of comparative research, and the aim of the relatively new Institut d'études politiques de Saint-Germain-en-Laye. He was interviewed in Pittsburgh by PhD candidate Ellen Fobé

Interview series: Professor Bill Dunn

14/05/2020 - 13:07

Professor Bill Dunn joins IPPA for an interview discussing his academic journey from PhD student to professor. In the video, Dunn discusses his use of mixed methods, his integrated approach to applied policy analysis, the need for problem structuring, and the idea of evidence-based policy. He was interviewed in Pittsburgh by PhD candidate Max Nagel.

Interview series: Professor Richard Higgott

14/05/2020 - 13:05

Professor Richard Higgott joins IPPA for an interview discussing his academic interests and research in international political economy. In the video, Higgott discusses his transition from development studies to international political economy (IPE), major changes to global structures and recurring trends, differences in research methodologies in Europe and the United States, the concept of identity, and the role of culture and science in diplomacy, as well a policy turn in IPE. He was interviewed in Singapore by PhD candidate Ruijie Cheng.