Conferencia internacional "Beyond Governance"

El lunes 3 y martes 4 de diciembre, en el Campus Villarrica de nuestra Universidad, se realizará la conferencia internacional "Beyond Governance", que reunirá a un selecto grupo de académicos e investigadores en torno a la Gobernanza, la ciudadanía y el Estado.

La actividad es coordinada por el profesor del ICP, Juan Pablo Luna.


LUNES 3 de Diciembre

2.00 pm:
Welcoming remarks and introductions

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm.
Panel 1. State-citizen interactions

- Cecilia Rocha Carpiuc: “States and marginalized citizens in Latin America: Re-thinking policy feedback effects on collective action and state capacities.” UNSAM/UDELAR, Argentina-Uruguay.
- Roberto Pires: “The reproduction of inequalities in the interactions between public sector workers and citizens in Brazil.” IPEA, Brasil.
- Yamini Aiyar (co-authored with Shrayana Bhattacharya): “Seeing the Front Line State.” CPR, India.
- Rodrigo Medel: “Fragmented political participation: A new proposal for measuring political voice.” PUC, Chile.

Discussants/Facilitators: Ines Fynn (PUC-Chile), Juan Pablo Luna (PUC-Chile)

4.30-5.00 pm: Coffee Break

5.00-7.00 pm.
Panel 2. International linkages and state bureaucracies

- Tatiana Andia: “Regulating Transnational Corporations from the south: What “good governance” means in a world of standards.” UNIANDES, Colombia.
- Nitsan Chorev: “Good governance from above? Foreign assistance and the paradox of capacity building.” Brown University, USA.
- Matías López: “Authoritarian attitudes among top bureaucrats”. PUC, Chile. Tracy Ledger: “Is “state capture” really new? The history of politics in government administration in South Africa.” PARI, South Africa

Discussants/Facilitators: Diego Díaz (PUC, Chile), Richard Snyder (Brown University, USA)



MARTES 4 de Diciembre

9.00-11.00 am
Panel 3. Inequality and violence at the local level

- Arturo Alvarado Mendoza: “Urban Governance and Crime: Challenges to States and Cities in latin America.” COLMEX, Mexico.
- Lucas González: “The Unequal Distribution of Inequality. Provincial States, Local Elites, and Income Distribution in the Argentine Provinces.” UNSAM, Argentina.
- Carla Alberti: “The local dynamics of the Mapuche Conflict in Chile.” PUC, Chile.
- Richard Snyder: "Varieties of Local Security.” Brown University, USA.

Discussants/Facilitators: Patrick Heller (Brown University, USA), Shrayana Bhattacharya (CPR, India)

11.00-11.15 am: Break

11.15-1.30 pm
Open discussion: How to foster bilateral and multilateral cooperation among our institutions?

Actividad Financiada por:

- MESESUP - Vicerrectoría de Investigación, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
- Instituto de Ciencia Política UC
- Instituto Milenio Fundamentos de los Datos (IMFD)