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From Maastricht to Brexit by Richard Bellamy and Dario Castiglione

Explaining Public Policy Change 1

Institutions
 
Public Policy
 
Panel Number
P141
Panel Chair
Leonid Smorgunov
St Petersburg State University
Section

Time
29/08/2015 09:00 - 10:40
Location
Building: Jean-Brillant Floor: 4 Room: B-4285
Abstract
A discussion at this panel will concern some institutional and actor-centered approaches to public policy. Three main level of public policy-making will be demonstrated: national, subnational, and urban. To evaluate the impact of the new actor in the immigration policy in Austria the authors compare government discourses and policies before and after the institutional shift of 2011. The debate about social regulation by focusing on recent changes to law governing long-term care (LTC) homes (also known as nursing homes) in Ontario, Canada will be the second subject. Urban governance in earthquake-struck medium-sized Haitian cities is the third issue. The impact of the intervention of external entities on urban governance, the effectiveness of the population’s participation in urban planning projects and the extent to which the Haitian State can provide an adequate framework for sustainable urban governance will be discussed.

Paper List


Title Details
Do Institutions Matter After All? An Actor-centred Analysis of the Institutionalisation of Migrant Integration Policy in Austria View Paper Details
Theorizing Care and Care Work: A Regulatory Perspective View Paper Details
Urban Governance in Earthquake-Struck medium-sized Haitian Cities View Paper Details
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