Stephanie Paterson and Francesca Scala
Understanding Gender Expertise in the Post-Truth Era: Media Representations of Gender-Based Analysis Plus in Canada
Peter Skilling, Patrick Barrett and Priya Kurian
Evidence, interests and argumentation: an environmental policy controversy in a small New Zealand town
Elaheh Mohammadi and Anna Durnova
Policy expertise and culture: the case of “civil sexuality” in Iran.
Anna DURNOVÁ, Understanding Emotions in Post-Factual Politics: Negotiating Truth
The International Public Policy Association (IPPA) is a non-profit organization created in December 2014 with the aim of promoting scientific research in the field of Public Policy, and to contribute to its international development.
Nowadays, IPPA aims for the international diffusion of knowledge of Public Policy, as a contribution to the internationalization of the field. Furthermore, IPPA intends to strengthen the collaboration between the public policy academic community, and encourage the exchange of knowledge and experience between public policy experts and students through its different projects.
The book applies Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to investigate how institutional conditions affect the effectiveness of food safety regulation in 15 EU countries. Uses empirical data to show the prominent role of policy capacity in producing regulatory effectiveness. Brings insightful contributions to both policy analysis and the development of institutional analysis. Provides a comprehensive overview of how food safety regulation is implemented in the EU member states.
The Department of Political Science/School of Public Policy at UCL is seeking to fill a position in European Institutions, Politics & Policy at the level of Lecturer (equivalent to tenure-track Assistant Professor U.S. position). We welcome applications from candidates from any disciplinary background (e.g. political science, public policy, economics, social policy, or health policy among others) with research expertise in the politics of the European Union.
Summer school organized by the University of Milano-Bicocca in collaboration with the Como Lake School of Advanced Studies and the Fondazione Volta.
The IPPA Teaching Resources are intended to introduce PhD students and early career researchers to different approaches of Public Policy, and contemporary policy issues. Currently, the resources include contemporary policy approaches, interviews with distinguished policy scholars and present-day policy topics.
IPPA builds a global platform for PhD students and early career researchers working in the broad field of Public Policy. These networks share the voice, provide space and create opportunities for researchers.
Philippe Zittoun, Frank Fischer and Nikolaos Zahariadis
Agnes Batory, Andrew Cartwright and Diane Stone