segunda-feira, 2 de maio de 2016

Seminário Internacional sobre Difusão de Políticas Públicas acontece no CEBRAP, em São Paulo, de 09 a 11 de Maio

Seminário Internacional: Difusão de Políticas Públicas.

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Discussion session dsDiscussions from ongoing research or reflections of experts, without a paper presentation.
Presentation of papers ppTable with presentation of papers with research findings.
Dialogues d 
Discussion between the academic experts and technicians (governmental and
non-governmental) engaged on the practical activities of policy diffusion.

Brazilian Centre of Analysis and PlanningRua Morgado de Mateus, 615 – Vila Mariana
09h00-9h45     Reception, breakfast  and retrieval of badges and event material
10h00-10h30   Opening: Angela Alonso, President of CEBRAP
10h30-12h00   The field of policy diffusion: where are we? pp
                           Moderator Osmany Porto de Oliveira (CEBRAP/Unifesp)
                           Policy diffusion and translation: The case of evidence-based health
                           agencies in Europe
Patrick Hassenteufel (University of Versailles-Paris Saclay)
                           Policy Diffusion: Brazil and the USA in a Comparative Perspective                           Denílson Bandeira Coêlho (University of Brasilia)
                           Learning in the Transfer Process?                           David Dolowitz (University of Liverpool)
12h00-13h30   Lunch
13h30-15h00   Municipal innovations and policy diffusion pp                                                      Moderator Eduardo Marques (Centro de Estudos da Metrópole/USP)
                           Urban Policy Forums as Relational Sites of Inspiration and Persuasion
Sergio Montero (Universidade de los Andes)
                           Uneven implementation of “the right to the city” in Latin America:
                           Statutes, gestures, and urban experiments
Ryan O. Centner (London School of Economics)
                           Relational policymaking: the grounding and institutionalization of strategic
                           planning in Rio de Janeiro
Gabriel Silvestre (University College London)
15h00-15h30   Coffee Break 
15h30-17h00   The diffusion of Social Movements ds
Moderator Débora Alves Maciel (EFLCH / UNIFESP)
                           The diffusion of repertoires of contention: twin cases
                           Angela Alonso (CEBRAP)
                           Brazil divided: characteristics of the diffusion of pro and anti-impeachment
Esther Solano (Unifesp)

Livraria da Vila, Alameda Lorena, 1731 – São Paulo, SP
18h30-19h30   Discussion: Brazilian Policy Diffusion – Session in Portuguese ds
Osmany Porto de Oliveira (CEBRAP/Unifesp)
Alex Shankland (Institute of Development Studies – University of Sussex)
 19h30              Book Launch: “Embaixadores da Participação: a difusão internacional
                           do Orçamento Participativo”, Editora Annablume.

MAY 10 – SESSIONS IN ENGLISHBrazilian Centre of Analysis and PlanningRua Morgado de Mateus, 615 – Vila Mariana
9h00-10h30     Social Participation and Policy Diffusion pp
Moderator Adrian Gurza Lavalle
Participatory Budgeting and the Power of Ambiguity
Gianpaolo Baiocchi (New York University) – To be confirmed
                           The diffusion of digital instruments for social participation
Gabriela De Brelaz (EPPEN-Unifesp)
                           The diffusion of transparency policies in Brazil                           Vanessa Rodrigues (IESP/UERJ)
                           International Organizations and the diffusion of Participatory Budgeting                           Osmany Porto de Oliveira (CEBRAP/Unifesp)
10h30-12h00   Politics of Conditional Cash Transfers in Latin America pp
Moderator Denílson Bandeira Coelho (University of Brasilia)
                           The origin and dissemination of the Programa Bolsa Família: analytical
                           rapprochements with the Mexican case
Cristiane Kerches (EACH-USP Leste)
                           What explains the diffusion of CTP in Latin America? The epistemic
                           communities and its influence in Chile and Ecuador
Cecilia Osorio Gonnett (Universidad Alberto Hurtado)
                           The role of the Ministry of Social Development in Programs of
                           Cash Transfer
Maria Clara Oliveira (DCP-USP/CEM)
12h00-13h30   Lunch
13h30-15h00   Challenges of policy transfer and international cooperation PP
Moderator Vera Schattan Coelho
                           From policy transfer to mutual learning? Political recognition, power and
                           process in the emerging landscape of international development
Alex Shankland and Jennifer Constantine (IDS –  University of Sussex)
                           International social protection policy transfer: emerging issues for
                           Brazilian South-South cooperation
Melissa Pomeroy, Bianca Suyama (Articulação Sul)
                           South-South Brazilian Cooperation analysed in ligth of policy
                           transfer theory
Maria do Carmo Rebouças (University of Brasilia)
                           Policy diffusion within the Global South: Brazil’s support for
                           pharmaceutical production in Mozambique
Danilo Marcondes de Souza Neto (University of Cambridge)
15h00-15h30   Coffee Break
15h3017h30   Policy diffusion research: where we are going? pp
Moderator Osmany Porto de Oliveira (CEBRAP/Unifesp)
                           Bounded Rationality and Policy Diffusion
Kurt Weyland (University of Texas in Austin)
                           Beg, Borrow, Steal or Swallow? The Micro-Dynamics and Macro-Effects
                           of Contemporary Policy Transfers
Leslie Pal (University of Carleton)
                           Dynamics and paths to the “Latino-americanization” of social policy:
                           three waves of diffusion in comparative perspective
Carlos Aurélio Pimenta de Faria (Puc-Minas)
MAY 11SESSIONS IN ENGLISHBrazilian Centre of Analysis and PlanningRua Morgado de Mateus, 615 – Vila Mariana
9h00-11h00     International Institutions and Policy Diffusion pp
Moderator Cecilia Osorio
                           The Politics of Monetary Policy Diffusion in Brazil, 1808-2014
Kurt Mettenheim (FGV-EAESP)
                           Transforming Public Policies in the Global Arena. The Inter-American
                           Development Bank and the Changing Definition of Violence
Nordin Lazreg (Université de Montréal)
                           Localization and subsidiarity: in a search of a comparative model for
                           transnational norms dynamics
Gustavo Macedo (DCP-USP)
                           The influence of international organizations on public administration: the
                           dissemination of ideas in a globalized world 

                           Filomena Siqueira e Silva (Ação Educativa/FGV)

DIALOGUES – SESSIONS IN PORTUGUESEAuditório Unifesp – Campus OsascoAngélica, 100 – Jd. das Flores, Osasco – SP
Policy transfer research and international cooperation practice:is there space for mutual learning?
14h00-14h30 Luciana Onusic e Julio Cesar Costa: Opening Session

Policy diffusion from a national level d
                           Moderator Professor Unifesp
                           Milton Rondó Filho, Ministro, Coordenador-Geral de Cooperação Humanitária e
                           Combate à Fome (CGFome/Ministério das Relações Exteriores)
                           Marcos Lopes, Assessor de Programas de Cooperação Humanitária
                           Internacional da Organização das Nações Unidas para Alimentação
                           e Agricultura (FAO)
                           Karen Fernandez Costa (Unifesp)
                           Carlos Aurélio Pimenta de Faria (Puc-Minas)
16h00-16h30  Cafezinho
16h30-18h30   Closing: Subnational governments and Policy Diffusion d
Moderator Professor Unifesp
                           Fernando Santomauro – International Relations Coordinator (Guarulhos
                           City Hall)
                           Luciano Jurcovichi Costa – International Relations Coordinator (Osasco City Hall)
                           Invited Speaker – (São Paulo City Hall)
                           Jennifer Constantine – (Institute of Development Studies/University of Sussex)
                           Gabriela de Brelàz (Unifesp)
18h30                Concluding remarks: Osmany Porto de Oliveira (CEBRAP/Unifesp)

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