WIPCAD-Lecture Series 2013/2014

Invitation and Program

 

University of Potsdam, Winter 2013/14

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


Current Research on “Wicked (Policy) Problems”

 

Time: Wednesday 12 – 14 c.t., hosted every second week

Venue: University of Potsdam, Campus Potsdam Griebnitzsee, House 6, Room S 21

Organizers:Bastian Jantz, Robert Gäde, Christian Schmidt-Wellenburg, Katja Lass-Lennecke

The Program:

 

No.DateGuestTopicDownload
1.
16.10.Dr. Jesko Hentschel
(The World Bank, Washington, D.C.)
Wicked Problems in international development: Job creation and poverty alleviation. An overview of the World Development Report 2013
Flash-Video
2.
23.10.Prof. Robert O. Keohane PhD
(Princeton University)
Climate as a „wicked world problem“
Flash-Video
3.
30.10.Prof. Dr. Friedbert W. Rüb
(Humboldt University Berlin)
Von „wicked“ zu „super wicked problems“: Was ist das verzwickte an verzwickten Problemen und wie kann man sie politisch bearbeiten?
Flash-Video
4.
06.11.Prof. Dr. Per Laegreid
(University of Bergen)
The challenges of coordination in national security management. The case of the terrorist attack in Norway
Flash-Video
5.
13.11.Prof. Dr. Vaclav Smil
(University of Manitoba)
“Climate Breakfast” in cooperation with PROGRESS / Master of Public Management:
China and energy / low carbon transition

6.
27.11.Dr. Marc Helbling
(WZB Berlin)
Do integration policies and state-church regimes matter for individual attitudes towards immigrants?
Flash-Video
7.
04.12.Prof. Dr. Sabine Kuhlmann,
Christian Schwab M.A.

(University of Potsdam)
Contested local administrations in Europe? The COST-Action ‘LocRef’
Flash-Video
8.
11.12.Prof. Dr. Harald Baldersheim
(University of Oslo)
The Norwegian fiscal policy rule
Flash-Video
9.
15.01.Prof. Dr. Valeska Korff
(University of Potsdam)
Between contestation and convergence. The proto-institutionalization of nonprofit performance metrics
Flash-Video
10.
29.01.Dr. Emmanuel Didier
(Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris)
Benchmarking: Quantification and public administration in the neo-liberal state
Flash-Video
11.
05.02.Prof. Allan Rosenbaum
(Florida International University)
How Governments Respond to Wicked Challenges – Political, Administrative and Economic Reforms in Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe and the US
Flash-Video