WIPCAD-Lecture Series 2014/2015

Invitation and Program

University of Potsdam, Winter 2014/15

The Research Colloquium of the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences:

 

Current Research on "Wicked (Policy) Problems"

 

Time: Tuesday 14:00 - 16:00 c.t., hosted every second week

Venue: University of Potsdam, Campus Potsdam Griebnitzsee, House 6, Room S 22

Organizers: Prof. Sabine Kuhlmann, Michaela Böhme, Bastian Jantz, Katja Lass-Lennecke, Christian Schmidt-Wellenburg, Duygu Sonat

 

Program:

 

No.
DateGuest
Topic
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1.
14.10.14Prof. Susan Rose-Ackermann, PhD
Yale University, New Haven, USA
The limits of cost-benefit analysis when disasters loom
Flash-Video
2.
21.10.14Prof. Deirdre McCloskey, PhD
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA & Gothenburg University, Sweden
In cooperation with the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies e.V. Potsdam:
Free market feminism: A contradiction?
Flash-Video
3.
28.10.14Prof. Dr. Renate Meyer
Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Contested administration and multiple identities of public organizations
4.
18.11.14Prof. Dr. Lanyan Chen
Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada
Dealing with an imbalanced sex ratio in China – “Hegemonic masculinity” as a wicked problem for social welfare and social development
Flash-Video
5.
25.11.14Prof. Christopher Pollitt, PhD
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Wickedness will not wait:
climate change and public management research
Flash-Video
6.
16.12.14Prof. Dr. Marco Verweij
Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
Wicked problems, constrained relativism and clumsy solutions?
Flash-Video
7.
06.01.15Prof. Detlef F. Sprinz, PhD
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) & University of Potsdam
Does the EU impact member-state compliance with the Kyoto Protocol?
8.
20.01.15Prof. Dr. René Torenvlied
University of Twente, Netherlands
Complexity and compliance: How complexity and ambiguity affect decision-making and implementation in multilevel policy systems
9.
03.02.15Prof. Dr. Miriam Hartlapp
University of Leipzig, Germany
Which policy for Europe? Power and conflict inside the European Commission