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Institutions and policy conflict

Conflict
Institutions
Policy Analysis
INN140
Eva Hejzlarova
Charles University

Building: B, Floor: 3, Room: 302

Thursday 11:15 - 13:00 (25/08/2022)


Abstract

For the section “policy conflicts as default” at the ECPR general conference 2022 this panel addresses the role that institutions play in policy conflicts. The panel focuses on the ways in which institutions structure conflict and, in turn, the way in which conflicts impact institutions. It wonders what a conflict-centric perspective may imply for how we study institutions and their engagement with conflict. The panel addresses questions such as: How do actors engage with institutions during conflict, and what are the consequences for policy design and implementation? In which way do institutions shape important dimensions of conflicts, like time and space, and what does this mean for how conflicts play out and for how policy analysts (should) study conflicts? To what extent does the interdependence that conflicts highlight push us to rework concepts such as trust, legitimacy, and justice as qualities of relationships rather than of persons, organizations, or institutions?

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