I gave the keynote address at the 3rd International Conference on Democratic Governance in the Developing World in Washington, DC on July 19. My topic was “One world: Building a single body of knowledge for statecraft.” Listen to the address here | Overview of the conference here.
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I participated in the special session, “Is public management neglecting the state?”, at the 2016 Public Management Research Conference at Aarhus University on June 24. The paper prepared by panelists can be downloaded here.
The 5th Global Conference on Transparency Research: University of Limerick, Ireland, June 19 to June 21, 2017
The 6th Global Conference on Transparency Research, The Schools of Administration and Law at the FGV in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Late June 2018
The Standing Executive Committee of the Global Conference on Transparency Research—consisting of: A.J. (Albert) Meijer (Utrecht University), Suzanne Piotrowski (Rutgers University), Alasdair Roberts (University of Missouri), Jean-Patrick Villeneuve (University of Lugano)—is very pleased to announce the 5th and 6th Global Conferences on Transparency Research at the University of Limerick, Ireland (June 2017) and The Schools of Administration and Law at the FGV in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (June 2018) respectively. Read more
I participated in a roundtable conversation this afternoon at the British Academy to launch When The Party’s Over: The Politics of Fiscal Squeeze edited by Christopher Hood, David Heald and Rozana Himaz. I have contributed a chapter on the politics of the US depression in the 1840s.
I’ll be attending the plenary session of the Administrative Conference of the United States in Washington on December 4-5, as one of ACUS’ public members. Details about the 61st plenary session.
I will be presenting my Large Forces paper at the IPSA conference in Montreal on July 22. Details on the session. This is one of the sessions organized by IPSA’s Structure and Organization of Government Committee, which is also the academic sponsor of Governance.
I’ll be discussing my Large Forces paper at the annual conference of the American Society for Public Administration in Washington on Friday, March 14. The panel is “The evolving relationship between political science and public administration.” Program details here. The paper can be obtained here.
I’ll be participating in this conference on the politics of fiscal squeeze at the British Academy on July 9-10. It is convened by Professors Christopher Hood and David Heald.
Last week I attended the Seventh Graduate Student Conference in Political Science, International Relations and Public Policy at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. With Professor David Levi-Faur, I chaired the conference workshop on globalization and the changing architecture of government. There were six great papers by Matthew Wood (University of Sheffield), Daria Gritsenko (University of Turku), Josué Mathieu (Université libre de Bruxelles), Shana Starobin (Duke University), Hanan Haber (Hebrew University) and Ole Andreas Danielson (University of Bergen).