Monthly Archive: December 2015

Dec 16

New Research Output

Hear Rod Rhodes reflect on his latest article on Recovering the Craft of Public Administration in PAR by clicking here.  You can find the original article at: Rhodes, RAW, 2015, ‘Recovering the Craft of Public Administration’, Public Administration Review. doi: 10.1111/puar.12504.  

Dec 16

New research output

Rod Rhodes has had an article republished in Chinese Public Administration. You can find it at: 罗茨著 R. A. W, ‘王宇颖译. 如何管理政策网络?’[J]. 中国行政管理, No. 11 2015: 139-45. doi: 10.3782/j.issn.1006-0863.2015.11.26 That is: ‘How to Manage Your Policy Network’. Journal: Chinese Public Administration.

Dec 02

C2G2 Research Impact

To mark the culmination of their ESRC Seminar Series on children’s rights in the EU, Ingi Iusmen (along with Liverpool’s Helen Stalford) led an impact activity at the European Parliament in Brussels. The event brought together MEPs, academics, NGOs and affected young people themselves to engage in critical discussion about EU children’s rights activities. The centrepiece of the event was …

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Dec 02

New Research Output

Alix Kelso has a new paper out in British Politics looking at the procedural politics of the Queens’ Speech. Check it out at: Kelso, A (2015), ‘The politics of parliamentary procedure: An analysis of Queen’s Speech debates in the House of Commons’, British Politics, doi:10.1057/bp.2015.49.