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Call for Papers: 4th Standing Group Biennial Conference "New Perspectives on Regulation, Governance and Learning"

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European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Standing Group on Regulation & Governance

Deadline for paper and panel proposals: 21 November 2011

University of Exeter, UK, 27-29 June 2012

 

We would like to invite proposals for panels or individual papers for the 2012 Conference of the Standing Group, to be held at the University of Exeter. The biennial conference is the main interdisciplinary academic conference on regulation. Conference highlights include the Giandomenico Majone Prize for the best conference paper by a junior member of the profession (http://regulation.upf.edu/index.php?id=giandomenico_majone_prize), as well as specialist panels, guest speakers and keynote lectures.

We are interested in receiving proposals relating to any aspect of the field of regulatory studies. Our main interest is to promote high-quality research, rigorous research regardless of methodological approach. We welcome proposals from accounting, anthropology, economics, law, organizational studies, political theory, public policy analysis, political science and sociology as well as interdisciplinary proposals. We are seeking both theoretical-conceptual-critical papers on regulation (as mode of governance, type of policy, legal instrument, pattern of political conflict, and constitutional choice) and substantive contributions covering topics such as independent regulatory agencies, the regulation of risk, climate change and sustainability, regulatory innovations, and regulation in specific sectors of policy. Proposals on multi-level regulation and diffusion are also welcome. We are flagging up the topic of learning in the title of the conference both in relation to the progress made across social science disciplines on understanding and measuring learning and because there is an objective need to learn in an age of austerity. The costs and benefits of regulation are particularly important in years of budgetary contractions, but so are the wider effects of regulation on trust, behavior, human rights and distribution.

Panel and Paper proposals pls use the online forms at

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/reggov2012/

If you are proposing a paper, please submit an abstract of no more than 200 words using the online form. If you are proposing a full panel please note that all proposed panels should have a minimum of three papers and a maximum of five, plus an (optional) discussant. All panel proposals should be completed using the online form, including an abstract for each paper.

The conference will be hosted by the Department of Politics and the Centre for European Governance (http://centres.exeter.ac.uk/ceg/) at the University of Exeter. The deadline for paper and panel proposals is Monday, 21 November 2011.

Exeter Academic Conveners:

Claudio Radaelli, Director, Centre for European Governance and Department of Politics

Claire Dunlop, Centre for European Governance and Department of Politics

John Dupré, Egenis ESRC Centre

Alison Harcourt, Centre for European Governance and Department of Politics

Christos Kotsogiannis, Centre for European Governance and Business School

Leone Niglia, Centre for European Governance and School of Law

Further information on the ECPR Standing Group on Regulation & Governance and the Standing Group’ Steering Committee can be obtained at http://regulation.upf.edu/.

-Contacto: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)

reg-gov@exeter.ac.uk

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