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Forthcoming Events

  • PSA ANNUAL CONFERENCEpsa100
  • irspmINTERNATIONAL RESEARCH SOCIETY FOR PUBLIC MANAGEMENT (IRSPM)
  • 1st INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PUBLIC POLICY (ICP)gren100
  • apsa100ANNUAL MEETING, AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION (APSA)
  • Chicago, August 29-1 September 2013
  • Overview

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Calls for Abstracts / Panel Proposals

  • juc100JOINT UNIVERSITY COUNCIL’S PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE (PAC) ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  • egpa100EUROPEAN GROUP FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (EGPA) ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  • bristol100POLICY AND POLITICS CONFERENCE
  • INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE POLICY ANALYSIS FORUMlogo_kuleuven-new100x100
  • KU Leuven, Belgium, 27-30 November 2013
  • Call for papers (Deadline 15 May)

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Past Events

GCALU Event250-4x6A seminar on multi-level governance was held on 19 February 2013 at Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow. The seminar discussed the theory of multi-level governance, the relevance to the contemporary political landscape in the United Kingdom, policy divergence and convergence between the various polities, the challenges of each devolved polity, the future of Scotland and local government as part of multi-level governance. The highlight of the seminar was the opening session by the Deputy First Minister of Scotland, the Hon. Nicola Sturgeon. [Programme]

Aston Event-250-4x6The group supported the one-day symposium ‘Public Administration in an Age of Austerity: The Future of the Discipline’ at Aston University 11th May 2011. A special edition of the event’s papers was published in Public Policy and Administration, available here.

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