UPCOMING CONFERENCES


September 2017


European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR): General Conference 2017 (06 – 09/09)

  • Section: 21st Century International Bureaucracy: People, Power, and Performance
  • Panels:
    • How do International Organizations see their Environment, and how does it Matter?
    • International Bureaucracies‘ Influence on Public Policy and International Organizations
    • Publicness and Privateness in IGOs as Meta-Bureaucracies and NGOs as Neo-Governmental Organizations
    • The Bureaucrats in International Public Administration (‘People’)
  • Paper Presentation: Assessing and explaining the expert authority of international bureaucracies (Per-Olof Busch, Hauke Feil, Jana Herold, Andrea Liese)

 

11th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (PEC) (13 – 16/09)

  • Paper Presentation: Assessing and explaining the expert authority of
    international bureaucracies (Per-Olof Busch, Hauke Feil, Jana Herold, Andrea Liese)

 

July 2017


24th International Conference of the Council for European Studies (CES) (12 – 14/07)

  • Paper Presentation:  Moving beyond the sui generis verdict: Comparing management reforms in the European Commission with other international organizations (Jörn Ege, Michael W. Bauer)

 

June 2017


4th European Workshop in International Studies (EWIS) (07 – 09/06)

  • Paper Presentation: Who counts as an expert and why? Expert status of international bureaucracies (Per-Olof Busch, Hauke Feil, Jana Herold, Andrea Liese)
  • Paper Presentation: National staff in peacekeeping operations: Local ownership or local capture? (Steffen Eckhard)

 

7th Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association (EPSA) (22 – 24/06)

  • Paper Presentation: Assessing the expert authority of international bureaucracies (Per-Olof Busch, Hauke Feil, Jana Herold, Andrea Liese)

 

3rd International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP) (27 – 30/06)

Panels:

  • International Administrative Governance: Studying the Policy Impact of International Public Administrations (Michael W. Bauer, Jörn Ege) (Call for Papers)
  • Budget Formulation, Budget Administration and the Politics of Resourcing International Organizations (Klaus H. Goetz, Ronny Patz) (Call for Papers)

 


PAST CONFERENCES


February 2017


International Studies Association 58th Annual Convention (ISA) (22 – 25/02)

  • Paper Presentation: Expert authority of international bureaucracies? A comparison of how international bureaucracies are perceived (Jana Herold, Andrea Liese)

 

November 2016


22nd Conference of the Parties (COP 22) to the United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC) (07 – 18/11)

 

September 2016


European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR): General Conference 2016 (07 – 10/09)

  • Section: 21st Century International Organizations: New Challenges and New Dynamics
  • Panels:
    • Authority of International Bureaucracies
    • Bureaucratic Autonomy in International Organizations
    • Challenges in Financing Global Public Goods through Bilateral Aid and Multilateral Organisation
    • Citizens’ Perceptions of Democratic Governance beyond the State
    • International Bureaucracies and Security Governance
    • Peer and Expert Review in International Organisations: Addressing Implementation and Accountability Deficits?
    • Policy Change and Continuity in Global Governance
    • Representativeness in International Organizations

 

July 2016


International Political Science Association: 24th World Congress (23 – 28/07)

  • Paper Presentation: International Financial Regulators and the Crisis: The Impact of Administrative Styles (Jan Enkler and Stephan Grohs)
  • Paper Presentation: Coping with the sellout: Bureaucratic governance and the UNESCO budget crisis (Steffen Eckhard, Ronny Patz and Sylvia Schmidt)
  • Paper Presentation: Understanding the Power of International Public Administrations in International Environmental Policy Networks (Barbara Saerbeck)

 

May 2016


Berlin Conference on Global Environmental Change (23 – 24/05)

  • Paper Presentation: Forestry after Paris – Can international treaty secretariats create coherence in global forest governance? (Mareike Well, Nina Kolleck, Barbara Saerbeck, Helge Jörgens)

 

September 2015


American Political Science Association – Annual Meeting (03 – 06/09)

  • Paper Presentation: Bureaucratic Autonomy and Policy Outcome: Evidence from a Comparative Study (Michael Bauer)

 

Deutsche Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft – Kongress 2015 (21 – 25/09)

  • Paper Presentation: International bureaucracies and their influence on policy-making: New food for old thought in public administration research (Michael W. Bauer, Steffen Eckhard, Jörn Ege, and Christoph Knill)

 

August 2015


European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR):  General Conference 2015 (26 – 29/08)

  • Panel: Bureaucratic Perspectives on International Organizations (Steffen Eckhard and Ronny Patz)
  • Paper Presentation:
    • Bureaucratic Perspectives on International Organizations (Steffen Eckhard and Ronny Patz)
    • A Distinct Type of Multi-Level Governance? Patterns of Interaction Between National, European and International Administrations (Arthur Benz, Andreas Corcaci, and Jan Doser)
    • Do Administrative Styles Matter? Institutional Opportunity Structures and Administrative Behavior in the EU and OSCE (Steffen Eckhard, Stephan Grohs, and Christoph Knill)
    • Managing budget conflicts in international organisations: A comparison of EU, UN, and WHO (Klaus Goetz and Ronny Patz)
    • Taking a Closer Look at the Treaty Secretariat of the UNFCCC – The role of trust in policy networks for REDD+ and loss and damage (Mareike Well, Barbara Saerbeck, Nina Kolleck, and Helge Jörgens)
  • Panel: Policy networks (Barbara Saerbeck and Mareike Well)

 

July 2015


International Conference on Public Policy (01 – 04/07)

  • Paper Presentation: From Punctuated Equilibrium towards Political Cycles? Contestation, Politicization and Change in EU Budgeting (Klaus Goetz and Ronny Patz)

 

June 2015


Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) (23/06 – 28/06)

  •  (Mareike Well)

 

March 2015


European Consortium for Political Research – Joint Sessions (29/03 – 02/04)

  • Paper Presentation: Comparing the Autonomy of International Bureaucracies – An Ideal Type Approach (Jörn Ege)