I participated in a conversation about the longterm sustainability of federal entitlement programs with Curtis Dubay at Mizzou Law today. The conversation was sponsored by the Mizzou Law’s chapter of the Federalist Society and moderated by 3L Hannah Mudd.
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I’m looking forward to giving an address to the International Conference of Information Commissioners in Manchester, UK on September 20-21, 2017. The working title is “Defending the open society.” The meeting will be jointly hosted by the UK Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, and the Scottish Information Commissioner, Rosemary Agnew. More information about the conference here.
I’ll give a talk at the La Follette School of Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on March 28. Details here. I’ll talk about challenges to democracy in the United States and Europe. The title is: “Turner’s convergence: Sectionalist governance in the US and Europe.” Powerpoint for the presentation available here.
I gave a presentation at New York BK21 Conference organized by the Graduate School of Public Administration of Seoul National University in New York City on Saturday January 14. The title was “Statecrafting: A new approach to public administration.” Powerpoints available here. Listen to audio here.
I gave two talks at the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs on December 6 and 7. My first talk was about Four Crises of American Democracy, at the Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership at 4:30pm on December 6. Details here | Watch this talk on YouTube. On December 7, I talked about “A new approach to Public Administration.” The December 7 talk drew on this paper.
I’ll be giving a talk in the TSPA seminar series on November 11. The title is: “Developing a broader approach to public administration.” The slides for this presentation can be downloaded here. A related paper can be downloaded here. The talk will be held at noon in S110 Memorial Union.
I participated in a panel discussion on the future of access to information at the Canadian Bar Association’s Access to Information and Privacy Law Symposium in Ottawa on October 28. The program is here. The panel included Michel Drapeau, Murray Rankin MP, and David Loukidelis.