Workshop schedule [updated]

Schedule available as Word-document for download, too: JCPA-Muenster-Programme-final

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12th Workshop: International Comparative Policy Analysis Forum (ICPA-Forum) and Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis

24th – 26th September 2014

The University of Muenster, Germany

 

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The Role of Theory in Comparative Policy Analysis+

 

 

 

Wednesday 24th September

 

Arrival

 

19:00         Welcome reception at the Stadthotel, Aegidiistr. 21

 

20:00         JCPA board members meeting

 

 

Thursday 25th September

 

Workshop location: Rathaus, (the town hall), Lubin room, 1st floor, Prinzipalmarkt 10

 

 

09:00         Opening addresses

 

 

09:15         Keynote 1: In Pursuit of Usable Knowledge: From Policy Theory to Practice in Comparative Perspective

Frank Fischer, Rutgers University

Panel: Iris Geva-May, Claudio Radaelli, Robert Hoppe, Ted Marmor, Klaus Schubert

 

 

10:15         Coffee Break

 

Session I

                      

Chair:         Christopher Neff, University of Sydney

 

10:30         Paper presenters: Iris Geva-May, Baruch College, CUNY

                       20 Years of Comparative Policy Analysis – Content Analysis and Commentary

Discussants:                  Ted Marmor, Yale University

Christopher Neff, University of Sydney

 

11:15         Paper presenter: Uwe Wagschal, University of Freiburg

Explaining the Financial Crisis. Public Policy Theories in Comparison
Discussants:                  Claudio Radaelli, University of Exeter

                              Robert Hoppe, University of Twente

 

12:00         LUNCH at Restaurant Lux, Museum of Art and Culture, Domplatz 10

 

13:30         Paper presenter: Friedbert Rüb, HU Berlin

                       The Dynamics of Policy-Making.

                       What the Multiple Streams Approach can tell us about time and entrepreneurship

Discussants:                  Frank Fischer, Rutgers University

Philipp Trein, University of Lausanne

 

14:15         End of Session I

 

14:15         Keynote 2: The role of theories in comparative policy studies: representation or

                       co-performation?

                       Robert Hoppe, University of Twente

Panel: Iris Geva-May, Frank Fischer, Claudio Radaelli, Ted Marmor, Klaus Schubert

 

15:15         (Coffee Break)

 

Session II 

 

Chair:         Uwe Wagschal, University of Freiburg

 

15:30         Paper presenter: Christopher Neff, University of Sydney

Understanding Short-Term Policy Making to Highly Emotional Issues

Discussants:                  Marleen Brans, KU Leuven

Claus Wendt, University of Siegen

 

16:15         Paper presenter: Philipp Trein, University of Lausanne

                       Degrees of Sectorial Coupling: Toward an approach to analyze the co-evolution of policy sectors

Discussants:                  Ulrich Hamenstädt, WWU Muenster

Nils C. Bandelow, University of Braunschweig

 

 

 

17:00         End of Session II

 

17:00         Reception in the Westphalian Peace Hall (town hall)

 

20:00         Workshop Dinner and Award of JCPA Best Article

Hotel Feldmann, An der Clemenskirche 14

 

 

Friday 26th September

 

09:00        Keynote 3: Theory and practice in comparative policy analysis: reflections from scholarship

                      and expert witness experience

                      Ted Marmor, Yale University

Panel: Iris Geva-May, Frank Fischer, Claudio Radaelli, Klaus Schubert

 

 

Session III

 

Chair:         Friedbert Rüb, HU Berlin

 

10:00         Paper presenter: Seyed Mohamad Sadegh Emamian, University of Edinburgh

Understanding British Electricity Policy Process: Paradigm Ambivalence and Technological Tension

Discussants:                  Uwe Wagschal, University of Freiburg

Frans van Nispen, University of Rotterdam

 

10:45         Coffee break

 

11:00         Paper presenters: Ulrich Hamenstädt, WWU Muenster

On the Notion of Time in Comparative Policy Analysis: Two Theoretical Perspectives

Discussants:                  Friedbert Rüb, HU Berlin

Seyed Mohamad Sadegh Emamian, University of Edinburgh

 

11:45         Keynote 4: Varieties of Learning and Policy Theory

Claudio Radaelli, University of Exeter

Panel: Iris Geva-May, Frank Fischer, Ted Marmor, Klaus Schubert

 

12:30         End of Session III

 

12:30         LUNCH at Restaurant Lux, Museum of Art and Culture, Domplatz 10

 

14:00         End of workshop

 

+The Workshop is by invitation only. If you are interested to participate please contact Prof. Dr. Klaus Schubert, klaus.schubert@uni-muenster.de. Registration Fee: $180. There is no registration fee to the ICPA-Forum Workshops if participants are members of the ICPA-Forum ($72 offering also 5 free issues of the JCPA.) The fees will be paid on registration on site.

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