This video is part of the International Conference on Policy Dissemination and Cooperation for Development, organized by the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP) in conjunction with the Laboratory of International Public Policies (Laboppi) in São Paulo, Brazil, from 16 to 19 May 2018.
Plenary 1: Latin American Policy Diffusion and Comparative Analysis
Moderator: Leslie Pal (Carleton University)
Cecilia Osorio (Universidad Alberto Hurtado) (0:16)
Anthony Pereira (King’s College London)
Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO – Ecuador)
Jennifer Robinson (University College London)
Alketa Peci (FGV)
About the event
The purpose of the International Conference on Policy Diffusion and Development Cooperation is to discuss topics in this emerging field, promoting reflection on the domestic and international circulation of ideas, models, and State institutions, in order to arrive at a better understanding of policy processes. Why do policies get diffused? Which actors are involved? Which mechanisms affect the process? In which ways does diffusion transform the state and influence the success or failure of policies?
Even though there is empirical evidence on the diffusion of political institutions in Brazil, little is known about its dynamics, causes, and effects. The intention of this Seminar is to contribute to the understanding of this phenomenon, expanding the scope of academic debate on the topic of policy diffusion. The seminar will bring together a group of keynote speakers from Latin American, North American, and European universities. In addition, it will provide space for individual presentations of selected Papers proposed by different colleagues. The results of the Seminar are to produce a book with the authors contributions, well as a video with the different sessions presentations.