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Posts from the ‘Lectures’ Category

Presentation at Copenhagen Business School

On October 29, I spoke with Professor Carsten Greve about “pandemic, paradigm change, and the implications for public management,” as part of his course on “Leading reform” for the Master of Public Governance program at Copenhagen Business School.
Watch the presentation here.

Seminar at Western Washington University

I participated in a conversation with Kyle Harper, author of The Fate of Rome, as part of the Munro Institute seminar at Western Washington University on October 27, 2020.  Watch the seminar here.

Presentation at Universidad de los Andes

I talked about “strategies for governing” with graduate students at Camargo School of Government at the Universidad de los Andes on September 25.  Here’s a recording of the presentation and conversation.

Keynote for SNU conference

I’ll give a keynote speech at the 2020 SNU-BK21 International Conference hosted by the Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University, on August 20, 2020.  Program here.

Talk at University of Victoria on strategies for governing

I’ll participate in a webinar hosted by the University of Victoria’ School of Public Administration on May 7.  Details here.  I will talk about my new book, Strategies for Governing.  The Powerpoint slides for the presentation are here.

Presentation for Australian War College

I’ll give a presentation on strategies for governing to the Defense and Strategic Studies Course at the Australian War College on March 12, 2020.  My slides are here.

Talks in Shillong and Jaipur

I gave two talks organized by the Meghalaya Institute of Governance in Shillong on January 9 and 10.  Read a story about the meeting with civil society representatives in the Shillong Times.  I also gave a public lecture at JK Lakshmipat University in Jaipur on January 14: read the story here. Pic right: JKLU Vice Chancellor R.L. Raina.

Talk at Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative

I gave a presentation at the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative in Delhi on January 6.  The topic: “Governing supersized countries: The challenge of the 21st century.”  Slides here.

Talk at Queen’s University

I’ll talk to the POLS110 course at Queen’s University, Introduction  to Politics and Government, on March 20.  The subject will be my 2018 book Can Government Do Anything Right?

Talk to BK21 conference: Should we defend the administrative state?

I’ll give a presentation on my paper, “Should we defend the administrative state?” at the GMU-SNU BK21 2020 Conference in Washington DC on February 6, 2020.  Paper here.  Powerpoint here. The conference is organized by the Graduate School of Public Affairs at Seoul National University and the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University.  Details about the conference here.