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Instruments, Institutions and Architectures of Normative Power

Comparative Politics
Public Policy
Knowledge
Higher Education
State Power
P223
Mitchell Young
Charles University

Friday 17:40 - 19:20 (24/08/2018)

Building: VMP 5 Floor: 4 Room: 4047

Abstract

This panel focuses on how normative power is shaping higher education and science policy environments in Europe and beyond. Looking at the instruments, institutions and architectures of policy and organizations, these papers share a focus on re-examining the idea of normative power. The papers look comparatively at cases from Europe, South America, Russia and Central Asia, and China. They raise questions about how norms are translated across policies and countries, how isomorphic processes occur, the use of soft power, and how paradigms like 'grand challenges' do or do not make their way into actual national policy changes.

Title Details
Rethinking 'Normative Power Europe' in the ASEM Education Process View Paper Details
The Politics of Innovation: Understanding Actors’ Interactions in Complex Governance Environments View Paper Details
University, Science and the New (and Old) Academic Roles: Inner Sources of Institutional Resilience View Paper Details