PROGRAMME


Plenary
Ideas Cafe
PHD Session
Round Tables
Panel


Timetable

Timetable

 


Types of Session:

1) Panel: This is a space where micro-level debates will occur. Here, researchers will present their cutting-edge findings on policy diffusion and development cooperation.

2) Plenary: This is a space for discussing big ideas. Plenaries are the macro-level debate sessions, where speakers will have one general subject to talk about. These are stimulating arenas in which current aspects of policy diffusion and development cooperation will be problematized, and new avenues for research will be presented.

3) Round Table: We will have only one round table on an important topic for thinking about policy diffusion and development cooperation: the topic of Democracy, social movements and citizenship.

4) PhD Session: We understand that part of the most cutting-edge research is being done by PhD students, who will be leading the field in the near This session is open for them to present their research and receive comments from a leading senior scholar in the area.

5) Ideas Café: This is the space where meso-level debate will take place. An ideas café is a short and informal session, with a talk of about 20 minutes from a leading expert on the field of policy diffusion and development cooperation. The conversation will be guided by a senior scholar, who will ask up to three central questions on a topic in the area of expertise of the invited speaker. After the presentation, the public will have a few minutes in which to ask questions in a relaxed environment, while drinking coffee. This session will be recorded and distributed via our website as a podcast.


Opening
Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 09:30-10:20
Room: Marcos Lindemberg (ML) – Unifesp

Moderator: Roberta Sakai (King’s College London)

Gabriela De Brelàz (Federal University of São Paulo)
Angela Alonso (CEBRAP)
Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)



Plenary

Plenary 1: Latin American Policy Diffusion and Comparative Analysis
Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 10:30-12:30
Room: Marcos Lindemberg (ML) – Unifesp

Moderator: Leslie Pal (Carleton University)

Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO – Ecuador)
Jennifer Robinson (University College London)
Alketa Peci (FGV)
Francisco Gaetani (ENAP) – TBC
Anthony Pereira (King’s College London)

Plenary 2: Recent publications presentation
Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 17:00 – 19:00
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Moderator: Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)

– Magdalèna Hadjiisky (Université de Strasbourg) and Christopher Walker (University of New South Wales)
Public Policy Transfer Micro-Dynamics and Macro-Effects, Edward Elgar.

– Leslie Pal (Carleton University)
Policy-Making in a Transformative State: The Case of Qatar, Palgrave McMillan, 2016.
Special Issue: Twenty Years of the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice.

– Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)
Policy Transfer Diffusion and Circulation, Dossier, Revista Novos Estudos, Cebrap, 2017
New Frontiers and Directions in Policy Transfer, Diffusion and Circulation Research, Special Issue, Revista de Administração Pública, 2018
International Policy Diffusion and Participatory Budgeting, Palgrave McMillan, 2017.

– David Dumoulin (IHEAL-Sorbonne Nouvelle)
Globalising the Climate COP21 and the Climatization of Global Debates, Routledge, 2017.

– Alex Shankland (Institute of Development Studies/University of Sussex)
The BRICS in International Development, Palgrave McMillan.

– Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO – Ecuador)
Comparative Theory Testing and Theory Building: The Case of Policy Change in Latin America, Special Issue of the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 2018.

– Carlos Milani (IESP/UERJ)
Brazilian Cooperation Agency 30 Years: History and Future Challenges, ABC Editor, 2017 (book in Portuguese)

Plenary 3: Agent – Structure: An Endless Debate?
Thursday 17 May 2018 | 17:15 – 19:15
Room: Marcos Lindemberg (ML) – Unifesp

Moderator: Diane Stone (University of Canberra)

David Dolowitz (University of Liverpool)
Magdalèna Hadjiisky (Université de Strasbourg)
Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)
Jennifer Spence (Carleton University)
Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

Plenary 4: International Institutions and Transnational Arenas
Friday 18 May 2018 | 17:15 – 19:15
Room: Marcos Lindemberg (ML) – Unifesp

Moderator: David Dolowitz (University of Liverpool)

Diane Stone (University of Canberra)
Leslie Pal (Carleton University)
David Dumoulin (IHEAL – Université Sorbonne Nouvelle)
Cecilia Osorio (Universidad Alberto Hurtado)
Richard Stren (University of Toronto)

Plenary 5: South-North, East-West, Local-Global: Can We Talk about Transfers Directions?
Saturday 19 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:45
Room: Marcos Lindemberg (ML) – Unifesp

Moderator: Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

Alex Shankland (University of Sussex)
Jacint Jordana (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Concha Hernandez (World Bank)
Markus Taube (Universität Duisburg-Essen)
Carlos Milani (UERJ)

Concluding Remarks by Leslie Pal (Carleton University) and Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)



Ideas Café

IC1: Transnational Political Ethnography
Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 15:30-16:30
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Speaker: Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)
Moderator: Leslie Pal (Carleton University)

IC2: Policy Transfer Research Strategies
Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 15:30-16:30
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Speaker: David Dolowitz (University of Liverpool)
Moderator: Magdalèna Hadjiisky (Université de Strasbourg)

IC3: Non-state Actors and Policy Diffusion
Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 15:30-16:30
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Speaker: Iara Costa Leite (Federal University of Santa Catarina)
Moderator: David Dumoulin (IHEAL-Sorbonne Nouvelle)

IC4: Resistance to Policy Transfer
Thursday 17 May 2018 | 15:30-16:30
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Speaker: Leslie Pal (Carleton University)
Moderator: Christopher Walker (University of New South Wales)

IC5: Instrument Constituencies and Policy Diffusion
Thursday 17 May 2018 | 15:30-16:30
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Speaker: Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)
Moderator: Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)

IC6: Is There a Model for the Diffusion of Chinese Policies?
Thursday 17 May 2018 | 15:30-16:30
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Speaker: Markus Taube (Universität Duisburg-Essen) and Giulia Romano (Universität Duisburg-Essen)
Moderator: Alex Shankland (University of Sussex)

IC7: Peace, (In)security and Policy Diffusion
Friday 18 May 2018 | 15:30-16:30
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Speaker: Samuel Alves Soares (UNESP/Programa de Pós-Graduação San Tiago Dantas) and Danilo Marcondes (AMAZUL/Escola Superior de Guerra)
Moderator: Iara Costa Leite (Federal University of Santa Catarina)

IC8: State Capacity and the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals
Friday 18 May 2018 | 15:30-16:30
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Speaker: Fernando Filgueiras and Natália Koga – ENAP
Moderator: Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University)

IC9: What Is Failure in Policy Transfer?
Friday 18 May 2018 | 15:30-16:30
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Speaker: Diane Stone (University of Canberra)
Moderator: Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)



PHD SESSION
Saturday 19 May 2018 | 11:00-12:30
Room: Marcos Lindemberg (ML) – Unifesp

Moderator: Jennifer Robinson (University College London)

– Negotiating Accountability in South-South Cooperation for Development
Laura Trajber Waisbich (Cambridge)

– The Slum Upgrading Call: Connecting Southern Urbanisms
Camila Saraiva (IPPUR/Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)

– Urban Diplomacy: Is There Place for South-South Cooperation?
Roberta Sakai (King’s College London)



ROUND TABLE | Social Movements, Participatory Democracy and Urban Policies
Thursday 17 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:20
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Moderator: Vanessa Marx (UFRGS)

Gianpaolo Baiocchi (New York University)
Angela Alonso (USP/CEBRAP)
Esther Solano (Federal University of São Paulo)



PANEL | Disentangling the Role of Culture in Policy and Institutional Transfers

PS5: Disentangling the Role of Culture in Policy and Institutional Transfers (I): The Spatial Dimension

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 09:00-10:20
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Chair/Discussant: Katharina Borgmann (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

– The production and use of Thermal Standards & Regulations in Santiago de Chile – between local & global governance
Lionel Epiney (USI Mendrisio)

– Tokyo Urban Regeneration: Dispute and Discourse in the Staging of the 2020 Olympics
Deirdre Sneep (University of Duisburg-Essen)

– The woonerf in Poland – a cultural transfer or just a lexical borrowing?
Przemyslaw Paluszek (Opole University)

– The transfer of international climate goals on the local scale and their implementation in an urban development company as an actor for energy efficiency in underprivileged neighborhoods
Christian Hemkendreis (TU Dortmund University)

PS14: Disentangling the Role of Culture in Policy and Institutional Transfers (II): Policy Learning, Perspectives from China and Lebanon

Friday 18 May 2018 | 09:00-10:20
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Chair/Discussant: Markus Taube (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

– A culture of informality: policy learning and its challenges in a Chinese city
Giulia Romano (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

– Policy-Oriented Learning and Opening up: The Case of China in Transition
Yanzhe Zhang (Jilin University), Xiao Yu

– Deliberation, Cooperation and Learning on the ground in EU Twinning projects: The case of Lebanon
Stefan Roch (Central European University)

PS21: Disentangling the Role of Culture in Policy and Institutional Transfers (III): Aspects of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Saturday 19 May 2018 | 11:00-12:30
Room: Flávio da Fonseca (FF) – Unifesp

Chair/Discussant: Giulia Romano (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

– Entrepreneurship development: policy diffusion, collaborative efforts, and the constitution of entrepreneurial subjects
Aline Coutinho (University of Ottawa)

– Policy transfer in a corporatist context: The role of administrative and political culture on engagement, adjustments and continued innovation.
Christopher Walker (University of New South Wales)

– Agency and values in the process of policy transfer: policy entrepreneurs and the diffusion of innovation approach to science and technology policies in Brazil
Elizabeth Balbachevsky (University of São Paulo), Barbara Regina Lopes Vieira (University of São Paulo)

– Policy transfer and state capacity
Cicley Dias do Sacramento (Federal University of ABC), Klaus Frey

PANEL | International Actors: Private Consultants and Policy Advisory Organizations

PS6: International Actors (I)

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 09:00-10:20
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)
Discussant: Leslie Pal (Carleton University)

– The Economy of Policy Translation: Disentangling the Nexus of Global Intermediaries
Astrid Wood (Newcastle University)

– Policy in Motion: Exporting Expertise & Foreign Ideas
Diane Stone (University of Canberra)

– Multistakeholder Initiative as an actor of policy diffusion
Vanessa Macedo (IESP-UERJ)

– Rapid Global Policies for Moving Cities: The Role of ITDP and Embarq During the Implementation of Bus Rapid Transit Systems in Latin America and then in the Rest of the World
Diego Silva Ardila (Universidad del Rosario)

– Knowledge networks and community of practice in the international diffusion of policy innovation: the example of the Performance Based Financing Community of Practice in the reform of health system in Africa
Abomo Kele Pierre (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

PS15: International Actors (II)

Friday 18 May 2018 | 09:00-10:20
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Leslie Pal (Carleton University)
Discussant: Diane Stone (University of Canberra)

– Gates Foundation and transnational social policy transfer in the health sector – through global to local
Roosa Jolkkonen (University of Oxford)

– Social service agencies as international policy actors: Examining the mobility of homelessness programs from the United States to Australia
Tom Baker (University of Auckland), Pauline McGuirk

– Design and Diffusion of Food Policy Instruments in Multilateral Arenas
Carolina Milhorance (University of Brasilia)

– Framing public governance reforms: A comparison of the OECD and the World Bank
Fabrizio De Francesco (University of Strathclyde)

– Global Mobility of Microfinance Policies
Beatriz Oikawa Cordeiro (IPPUR-UFRJ)

PANEL | Making Southern Urban Policies

PS3: Making Southern Urban Policies (I) – Comparative Urbanism I

Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:20
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Roberta Sakai (King’s College London)
Discussant: Richard Stren (University of Toronto)

– Leveraging Cities: Sustainable Development, Global Philanthropy and the Increased Speed of Urban Policy Circulation
Sergio Montero (Universidad de Los Andes)

– Connecting the South: Transnational Circuits of Slum Upgrading
Camila Pereira Saraiva (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)

– The diffusion of “Low-carbon Community” concept under sustainability context: a comparison between Europe and China
Lijie Gao (Institute of Urban Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences), Katharina Borgmann (Universität Duisburg-Essen), Yuanyuan Zhang (Universität Duisburg-Essen), Alexander Schmidt (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

– Doubting the Dutch Delta Approach in Jakarta
Ellen Minkman (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Arwin van Buuren

– The diffusion of the transit oriented development in Johannesburg and Sao Paulo, a tool for social, inclusionary densification?
Giovanna Milano (Federal University of Sao Paulo), Anderson Kazuo Nakano (Federal University of Sao Paulo), Margot Rubin, Phillip Harrison

PS8: Making Southern Urban Policies (II) – Comparative Urbanism II

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 11:10-12:30
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Camila Saraiva (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)
Discussant: Jennifer Robinson (University College London)

– Mobilizing Knowledge in the Global South: How Localities Assemble, Mobilize and Adopt Circulated Policies
Astrid Wood (Newcastle University)

– Spatial dilemmas between node of transport and the place: how can we overcome spatial segregation in station areas to potentialize urban development?
Yara Baiardi (Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie), Luiz Fernando Hagemann

– MOVING URBAN MOBILITY: THE CASE OF THE NATIONAL BRT PROGRAM IN COLOMBIA
Diego Silva Ardila (Universidad del Rosario)

PS17. Making Southern Urban Policies (III) – The Role of International Organisations

Friday 18 May 2018 | 11:10-12:30
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Gabriela de Brelaz (Federal University of Sao Paulo) (TBC)

– Human Rights in the cities and the international cooperation through networks: the case of UCLG and São Paulo
Kelly Komatsu Agopyan (University of Sao Paulo)

– Ideas and practices across time and territories: the consolidation of a social work methodology in slum urbanization projects
Mariana Costa Silveira (University of Sao Paulo)

– The Circuits of Brazilian Urban Diplomacy: Cities Alliance and the International Diffusion of Brazilian Ideas and Practices
Roberta Sakai (King’s College London)

– The influence of urban policies from multilateral agencies to the ‘PT way of governing’ cities – the Santo André case in the years 1989 to 2001
Endyra de Oliveira Russo (University of Sao Paulo)

PANEL | Methodologies of Policy Transfer: Conceptual Tools and Analytical Strategies for Contemporary Studies

PS1: Methodologies of Policy Transfer: Conceptual Tools and Analytical Strategies for Contemporary Studies (I)

Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:20
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Magdalèna Hadjiisky (Université de Strasbourg)
Discussant: David Dolowitz (University of Liverpool)

– Event-Focused Network Analysis: A New Method of Mapping Global Policy Diffusion
Leslie Pal (Carleton University), Jennifer Spence (Carleton University)

– Transnational Political Ethnography: a strategy to analyze policy transfers
Osmany Porto (Federal University of São Paulo)

– Causal mechanisms in policy design
Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO – Ecuador)

PS9: Methodologies of Policy Transfer: Conceptual Tools and Analytical Strategies for Contemporary Studies (II)

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 11:10-12:30
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Osmany Porto de Oliveira (Federal University of São Paulo)
Discussant: David Dolowitz (University of Liverpool)

– Storytelling and Policy Transfer: The Case of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Policy Transfer to West Africa by UNISDR
Titilayo Soremi (University of Exeter)

– What if policy transfer fails? Examining transfer success and failure in cases of South-South cooperation
Michelle Sa E Silva (University of Oklahoma)

– Inside the “black box” of practitioners’ policy transfer: Ethnographic lessons and directions.
Federica Infantino (ULB)

PANEL | Methods and strategies for analysing policy diffusion

PS10: Methods and Strategies for Analysing Policy Diffusion

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:20
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Leslie Pal (Carleton University)
Discussant: Guillaume Fontaine (FLACSO – Ecuador)

– Cultural Idiosyncrasy and the Limits of Institutional Transfers
Markus Taube (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

– Policy transfer analysis: combination of methodological tools
Glaucia Julião Bernardo (Federal University of Parana), Alexsandro Eugênio Pereira

– Transfer and diffusion of administrative innovation: A meta-analysis
Fabrizio De Francesco (University of Strathclyde)

– Policy Diffusion as Assemblage: The Advantages and Limits of Assemblage Theories for Critical Policy Studies
Alexandra Oanca (UNIVATES – Universidade do Vale do Taquari)

– Performance Analysis under Cooperative Simulations: measuring behavior for enhancing efficiency in interagency cooperation scenes.
Cintiene Sandes Monfredo Mendes (EGN), Sabrina Medeiros (EGN)

PANEL | Non-Governmental Actors and South-South Cooperation

PS2: Non-Governmental Actors and South-South Cooperation

Wednesday 16 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:20
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Iara Costa Leite (Federal University of Santa Catarina)
Discussant: Melissa Pomeroy (Articulação Sul)

– South-South Cooperation in question: how a Brazilian policy on food and nutrition security has turned to be its own opposite through a transfer process to Ethiopia
Giselle Paulino dos Reis de Oliveira (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)

– Emerging Accountability Ecosystems in South-South Cooperation: Actors, Spaces and Norms and Policy Circulation
Laura T. Waisbich (University of Cambridge)

– Challenging tradition: an overview of CUT international cooperation policy
Diego Araujo Azzi (Federal University of ABC), Mauricio Rombaldi

– The everyday life’s effect on International Cooperation for Development: the case of ProSavana project and the emergence of a trilateral resistance
Geovana Zoccal Gomes (BRICS Policy Center), Bruna Figueiredo Gonçalves (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro), Fátima Mello

– International cooperation as a trigger for policy transfer
Maria Clara Oliveira (CEM), Cecilia Osorio Gonnet (Universidad Alberto Hurtado), José Miguel Vergara

PANEL | South-North Learning?

PS19: South-North Learning? The Travel, Transfer, and Diffusion of Ideas, Models, and Policies through Development Cooperation?

Friday 18 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:20
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Chair/Discussant: Alex Shankland (University of Sussex)

– Public Policy Transference Between Countries: The Case of More Food Program (MFP)
Letícia Cunha de Andrade Oliveira (University of São Paulo)

– Who owns ideas? The role of individual actors in the dissemination of Brazilian social policy ideas
Jennifer Constantine (King’s College London), Maria Clara Oliveira (CEM)

– The Brazilian Food and Nutritional Security Policy Network and South-South Cooperation
Geovana Zoccal Gomes (BRICS Policy Center), Paulo Esteves

PANEL | Participatory Institutions: Circulations, Scales and National Frameworks

PS12: Participatory Institutions: Circulations, Scales and National Frameworks

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:20
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Joseph Désiré Som I (Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, Université Sorbonne Paris Cité)
Discussant: Gianpaolo Baiocchi (New York University)

– Participatory budgeting and open budget: opening local budgets or lipservice?
Gil Pradeau (University of Westminster)

– Governing by concertation in Morocco. When participatory institutions become the core of political competition.
Coline Mias (CHERPA AIx-en-Provence)

– International Diffusion of Participatory Budgeting Practices: a success story?
Tarson Núñez (Fundação de Economia e Estatística RS)

– Transnational and Translocal Policy Diffusion: The Case of Participatory Budgeting in China Ge Xin (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)

– Brazil never stops producing democratic innovations: the case of Institutional Pedagogical Planning at Unifesp
Luciana Souza (Federal University of São Paulo), Osmany Porto (Federal University of São Paulo), Claudia Alessandra Tessari

PANEL | Policy Diffusion in (Inter)National Peace and Security: The Spread of Southern Responses on Peace Operations, Policing, Drug Trafficking and Terrorism

PS4: Policy Diffusion in (Inter)National Peace and Security (I) | Peacekeeping Involvement and Policy Diffusion in Peace and Security: The Brazilian Experience and Beyond

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 09:00-10:20
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Chair/Discussant: Samuel Alves Soares (UNESP/Programa de Pós-Graduação San Tiago Dantas)

– The role of Brazil in the promotion of peace in Guinea-Bissau: explaining the frailties in the link between development and peacebuilding (2003-2016)
Thaise Kemer (Federal University of Parana), Alexsandro Eugênio Pereira

– Norms, Constitutive Obligations, and Humanitarian Interventions: Understanding Brazil’s Intervention in Haiti 2004
Sasikumar S. Sundaram (University of Sao Paulo)

– The crystallization of negative peace through UN peace operations
Kimberly Alves Digolin (UNESP/Programa de Pós-Graduação San Tiago Dantas), Samuel Alves Soares (UNESP/Programa de Pós-Graduação San Tiago Dantas)

– Policy diffusion in training for peacekeeping deployment: Brazilian peacekeeping expertise towards Latin America and Africa.
Danilo Marcondes (AMAZUL/Escola Superior de Guerra), Maíra Siman Gomes, Ricardo Oliveira

PS13: Policy Diffusion in (Inter)National Peace and Security (II) | Foreign Policy and Diplomatic Initiatives on Policy Diffusion and International Peace and Security

Friday 18 May 2018 | 09:00-10:20
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Chair/Discussant: Samuel Alves Soares (UNESP/Programa de Pós-Graduação San Tiago Dantas)

– The transnationality of the security issues and its expansion to the defense and diplomatic dilemmas
Ana Luiza B. Paiva (ECEME), Sabrina Medeiros (EGN)

– Challenging Diffusion and Linear Evolution of Policy Choices: Brazil, Humanitarianism, and Competing Alternative Discourses in International Security
Sasikumar S. Sundaram (University of Sao Paulo)

– Military Technical Cooperation for Development – Interaction Brazilian Perspectives for the 21st Century
Daniele Dionisio da Silva (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), Carolina Ambinder de Carvalho (EGN)

– An overview of the evolution in foreign policy thinking of the Brazilian Worker’s Party (PT)
Victor Teodoro (University of Sao Paulo)

PS20: Policy Diffusion in (Inter)National Peace and Security (III) | The Latin American Experience with Policy Diffusion in International Peace and Security

Friday 18 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:20
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Chair/Discussant: Danilo Marcondes de Souza Neto (AMAZUL/Escola Superior de Guerra)

– Resistance of Epistemic Communities in the Diffusion of the Human Security Approach in Costa Rica
Alexis Colmenares (FLACSO-Ecuador)

– The Colombian ‘success story’ and the reorganization of violence in the ‘post-conflict’ context
Manuela Trindade Viana (PUC-RIO)

– Government Dynamics and International Cooperation in the Colombian Peace Process (2012-2016)
Margarita Bautista Martínez (University of Sao Paulo)

PS22: Policy Diffusion in (Inter)National Peace and Security (IV) | Policy Diffusion and International Security Practices of Established and Emerging Powers

Saturday 19 May 2018 | 11:00-12:30
Room: Alvaro Guimarães Filho (AGF) – Unifesp

Chair/Discussant: Danilo Marcondes de Souza Neto (AMAZUL/Escola Superior de Guerra)

– Military technology transfer as a mechanism for practices diffusion: Brazil and the nuclear submarine project
Jonathan de Araujo de Assis (PPGRI San Tiago Dantas)

– China’s engagement in African peace and security: shaping new international practices through South-South cooperation?
Martina Bassan (SciencesPo-CERI)

– Inter-American Network for Police Development and Professionalization
Joao Pedro Paro (University of Sao Paulo)

– Armed Peace (?): The US military participation in reconstruction operations from Post-Cold War to 9/11
Bárbara Motta (PPGRI San Tiago Dantas), Clarissa Forner (PPGRI San Tiago Dantas)

PANEL | Social Policy Diffusion

PS11: Social Policy Diffusion

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 14:00 – 15:20
Room: Trianon – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Cristiane Kerches da Silva Leite (University of Sao Paulo)
Discussant: Cecilia Osorio (Universidad Alberto Hurtado)

– Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK): Policy Transfer on Strategy and Institutional Role
Zuhairan Yunmi Yunan (University of Canberra)

– Public Policy initiatives of financial inclusion in Latin America: A comparative study between “Missão Caixa” in Venezuela and the program “Caixa Aqui” in Brazil
Tomás C. A. Marques (University of Sao Paulo)

– Does trilateral cooperation overcome the shortcomings of traditional cooperation? Evidences from the UN-Brazil cooperation for food security
Fabiano Toni (UNB), Isadora A. R. Ferreira

– Transbrasil project contributions and limits to regional policy transfer from Brazil to Latin America countries
Eric Sabourin (CIRAD/UNB), Catia Grisa, Marcos Aurelio Lopes Filho (UNB)

PANEL | The 21st Century Green Revolution and Technology Transfers in the Global South

PS18: The 21st Century Green Revolution and Technology Transfers in the Global South

Friday 18 May 2018 | 11:10-12:30
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Chair/Discussant: Lidia Cabral (Institute of Development Studies)

– Governing large-scale agricultural investments in Mozambique: Modalities of policy transfers in a country under an aid regime
Magalie Bourblanc (GovInn)

– New Alliances and Cooperation for a New Green Revolution in Africa: who may “save” the rural poor?
Mariana Santarelli (CERESAN)

– India’s Green Revolution recipe for Africa: what’s in it and for whom?
Poonam Pandey, Lidia Cabral (Institute of Development Studies)

PANEL | The diffusion of social and economic agendas

PS7: The diffusion of social and economic agendas (I)

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 11:10-12:30
Room: Burle Marx – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Cintia Rejane Moller Araújo (Federal University of Sao Paulo)
Discussant: Vanessa Macedo and Alex Shankland (University of Sussex)

– Political Dynamics of Policy Transfers of Freedom of Information: the study of the Brazilian case
Temístocles Murilo de Oliveira Júnior (Universidade Federal Fluminense), Cristiano Fonseca Monteiro (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)

– Universal Convergence in economic policy- The case of macroeconomic tripod in Latin American countries in recent years
Luciana Souza (Federal University of Sao Paulo), Carla Corte

– Seeking a Nexus between Transparency, Accountability and Sustainable Development in the Extractive Industries
Jason McSparren (University of Massachusetts)

– The role of China’s think tanks and universities in China’s foreign policy towards Africa: a rising epistemic community?
Martina Bassan (SciencesPo-CERI)

– An evidence-based policymaking interface in the Global South: technical and scientific information exchange setting African agendas for social development
Bruno Valim Magalhaes (United Nations – World Food Programme), Christiani Amaral Buani

PS16: The diffusion of social and economic agendas (II)

Friday 18 May 2018 | 11:10-12:30
Room: Ibirapuera – Green Place Hotel

Chair: Natália Koga (ENAP)
Discussant: Leslie Pal (Carleton University) and Eric Sabourin (CIRAD/UNB)

– The International Diffusion of Conditional Cash Transfers
Michelle Sa E Silva (University of Oklahoma)

– The paths for internationalization: a methodological debate about of the agenda for family farming inside Brazilian Foreign Policy
Juliana Ramos Luiz (IESP-UERJ)

– Regulatory impact assessment on Anvisa: The international Development Cooperation Framework
Claudia Ribeiro Pereira Nunes (Universidade Veiga de Almeida), Pedro D. Peralta (Universidade Veiga de Almeida), Carina Barbosa Gouvea (UFPE/UFRPE)

– The OECD, Policy Diffusion and Global Governance: implications for Brazil as a prospective member
Flavia de Campos Mello (Pontificia Universidade Catolica de São Paulo)