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Political Research Exchange

Bureaucratic Representations

Africa
 
Government
 
International Relations
 
Political Sociology
 
Comparative Perspective
 
Capitalism
 
Theoretical
 
Panel Number
P039
Panel Chair
Klaus Schlichte
Universität Bremen

Time
24/08/2018 09:00 - 10:40
Location
Building: VMP 5 Floor: Ground Room: 029
Abstract
Not only IOs, but bureaucracies in general are producers of representations that gain political relevance as officalized knowledge. Such representations are certainly a functional requirement for any aspiration of rule. At the same time, such forms and contents of bureaucratic representations develop a life of their own and are part and parcel of what we perceive as "international relations" or even as political phenomena in world society. By looking into different internationalized policy fields we want to compare how these representations are produced, and what kind of practical and political implications they entail.

Paper List


Title Details
‘Doing Elections’ to Manage the World View Paper Details
Bureaucracies of Intelligence View Paper Details
Police Files – Inside a Ugandan Bureaucracy View Paper Details
Quantification as Ritual. Representing Progress in Numbers View Paper Details
The Project as Representation. Bureaucratic Rule in the International State of the Congo View Paper Details
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