Belfast 2012 Panels

The Group will hold four panels at the PSA Annual Conference, Belfast 2012:

I. Continental philosophy in interpretive political studies
Chair: Anna Durnová
Discussant: James Martin
Session: Session 6 (Wednesday 4 April 2012, 14:00-15:30)
Room: Grand 4
Papers
Integrating Institutional and Critical Theories to Advance Public Policy Making
Ajnesh Prasad and Marianna Fotaki
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‘What exists in reality’ or the (epistemological) means to an end? Competing conceptions of ontology in political science
Liam Stanley
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Problematological constructivism: an alternative foundation for political analysis
Nick Turnbull

II. Narrative Policy Analysis Revisited
Chair: Mathias Delori
Discussant: Anna Durnova
Session: Session 7 (Wednesday 4 April 2012, 16:00-17:30)
Room: Copenhagen 1
Papers
Narrating impact assessments in the European Union
Claudio Radaelli and Claire Dunlop
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Policy Narratives and Narrative Strategies in Policy Analysis: The Case of Greek Pension Reform (1990-2002)
Eleni Xiarchogiannopoulou
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As above, so below: narrative salience and side effects of national innovation systems
Frédéric Claisse and Pierre Delvenne
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Understanding public policies as polyphonic narratives
Mathias Delori

III. The Politics of Financial Crises: Crises Narratives in Comparative Perspective
Chair: Robert Jessop
Discussant: Alan Finlayson
Session: Session 10 (Thursday 5 April 2012, 13:30-15:00)
Room: Copenhagen 2
Papers
Adjusting Imbalances. Crisis Narratives in the German Financial Press
Amelie Kutter and Robert Jessop
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‘Let’s get rid of them all.’ ‘We are fantastic’. Crisis narratives and the politics of financial crisis management in Argentina and Uruguay 2001-2002
Francisco Panizza
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Cooling out the Marks: The Ideology and Politics of the Financial Crisis, UK
Jason Glynos and Robin Klimecki
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A Cultural Political Economy of the Global Financial Crisis: Representing Crisis in the British Press
Michael Farrelly and Veronika Koller

IV. Interpretive Political Science
Chair: Laura Graham
Session: Session 10 (Thursday 5 April 2012, 13:30-15:00)
Room: Dublin 2
Papers
Psycho-Governance, Interpretive Policy and the Application of Nudge Theory in the UK Polity
Mike Marinetto and Rhys Andrews
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Alias Smith and James: Towards an intersubjective account of individual agency in IPE
Simon Glaze

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