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BOOK PROPOSAL WRITING WORKSHOP

VENUE: KINGS COLLEGE, LONDONDATE: WEDNESDAY 8TH JUNE 2022*1 – 4PM? Are you interested in writing a book, either a monograph or an edited collection? Are you considering turning your PhD into a monograph? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, and if you are embarking upon this process for the first time, BOOK PROPOSAL WRITING WORKSHOP

Unpacking Complexity in Policy and Politics: Insights from ECPR Panel Discussions

There is no denying that we live in complex times, featuring a global pandemic, climate change, and structural inequality. Complex problems are often incredibly difficult to address. Policy makers, practitioners and scholars have known this for a long time. In 1973, Horst Rittel and Melvin Webber introduced the term ‘wicked problems’ to describe problems that Unpacking Complexity in Policy and Politics: Insights from ECPR Panel Discussions

What are the current trends in IPA?

First Virtual Community of Practice meeting for Interpretive Practitioners By Severine van Bommel On Monday 5 October at 5 pm AEST, 9am CET, the first meeting of the Virtual Community of Practice for Interpretive Practitioners was held. The topic of the first meeting was new trends in Interpretive Policy Analysis. Our special guest this meeting What are the current trends in IPA?

CfP ECPR 2021: Navigating Complexity in Policy and Politics

We are delighted to inform you that our Section proposal for the ECPR General Conference 2021 (Innsbruck, 31 August – 3 September) has been accepted. We would therefore like to invite you to contribute Panel and Paper proposals to the Section ‘Navigating Complexity in Policy and Politics: Prospects and Challenges’. Please submit your panel and CfP ECPR 2021: Navigating Complexity in Policy and Politics

ICYMI: Editors’ Roundtable on publishing critical and interpretive policy research

Along with the APSA Critical Policy Studies related group, we co-sponsored a virtual roundtable event with journal editors in public policy a couple of weeks ago. The purpose was to get their inside insights on the publishing process and tips on how to handle peer review. The speakers were Prof Peter Feindt (Humboldt University in ICYMI: Editors’ Roundtable on publishing critical and interpretive policy research

What Interpretive Policy Analysis Can Do

Koen Bartels, Senior Lecturer @ INLOGOV and Co-Convener ECPR Standing Group Theoretical Perspectives in Policy Analysis  An earlier draft of this blog was posted on the blog of the Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham   What do Covid-19, salmon fishing, post-earthquake resilience, the circular economy, and internet blackout have to do with each What Interpretive Policy Analysis Can Do