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Religion and Political Theory: Secularism, Accommodation and The New Challenges of Religious Diversity, Edited by Jonathan Seglow and Andrew Shorten

International Patterns of Policy-Making

International
 
Policy Change
 
Policy-Making
 
Panel Number
P235
Panel Chair
Meropi Tzanetakis
University of Vienna
Panel Discussant
Iana Shchetinskaia
Samara State University
Section

Time
25/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: VMP 8 Floor: Ground Room: 05
Abstract
This Panel brings together scholars who focus on societal, political and economic challenges of policy-making. The papers address the question of how to improve the performance of public policies. How can civic engagement in voluntary associations help to improve the quality of public service delivery for aid recipient countries? How can variations between welfare state regimes in regards to policies for disease prevention and health promotion be explained best? With which aspects of governance can global the Sustainable Development Goals be achieved best? Which macro public policies are most suitable for improving the performance of governmental programs in developed countries? The aim of this panel is to bring together new research to further our understanding of the policy-making mechanisms for the public and private sector as well as civil society at national and international levels

Paper List


Title Details
Crossing Boundaries Strategies: Managing Macro Policies in Federal Government View Paper Details
Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Policies in OECD Countries. Explaining Differences in Policy Goals and Instruments View Paper Details
Governance for Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): How Important are Participation, Adaptive Governance, Reflexivity, Coherence and Democratic Institutions? View Paper Details
Voluntary Associations, Collective Action and Health Aid Effectiveness View Paper Details
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