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The Politicisation of Knowledge Policies: Actors in National Arenas

Comparative Politics
Governance
Policy Analysis
Political Parties
Social Policy
Education
P422
Jens Jungblut
Universitetet i Oslo
Martina Vukasovic
Universitetet i Bergen

Saturday 14:00 - 15:40 (10/09/2016)

Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: 1 Room: FA131

Abstract

Knowledge policies are becoming politically salient and increasingly politicised. Yet our understanding of the actors involved in knowledge policy-making in different countries, constraints they face from their institutional environment, their interplay and preferences is still limited. This panel invites papers that investigate the roles of different actors, including, for example, political parties, in knowledge policymaking. Contributions can focus on a specific group of actors, compare the role of different actors, or investigate the interplay between actors and their institutional environment across all stages of policy-making. All contributions should have a clear theoretical framework and provide empirical (comparative) analyses based on a sound methodology.

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