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Posts from the ‘Conferences’ Category

Webinar on Indian public services

On October 11, I will moderate a discussion on improving accountability for public services in India. More details here.

Karnataka conference on technology and ATI

I participated as a panelist during the February 15 conference on digital technology and access to information organized by the Karnataka Center for e-Governance and the Social Accountability Forum for Action and Research.

AALS series on the administrative state

With Professor Noah Rosenblum, I’m moderating an AALS series on the administrative state, bringing together experts in public administration and administrative law.

Details on the October 29 session here.

Details on the December 3 session here.

Details on the January 28 session here.

ICIC panel on state secrecy

On October 29, I’ll participate in a panel on state secrecy as part of the 2021 International Conference of Information Commissioners. Details here.

Right to Know Week conference

I’ll be a speaker at the 2021 Right to Know Week conference organized by the Public Service Information Community Connection (PSICC). Program here.

Panelist for CAPPA/CSPS conference

On May 18, I’ll participate in the opening plenary for the Future of Public Sector Management conference, organized by the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration and the Canadian School for Public Service. Program here.

Presentation at NASPAA on “the new normal”

Video of my presentation today for the NASPAA 2020 panel on curriculum for the “new normal” is here. About seven minutes.

Presentation at Jamia Millia Islamia seminar

I will participate in a panel for the International Seminar on Democracy and Public Policy in India on February 27.  The seminar is hosted by the Department of Political Science at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.  My topic is “Governing supersized countries.”  My Powerpoint is here.  Seminar program here.

Presentation on Indian civil service examinations at NASPAA

I presented a paper co-authored with Aroon Manoharan at NASPAA’s October conference.  The paper describes questions relating to public administration posed within India’s main civil service examination over the past decade.  The paper is here.  The Powerpoint deck is here.

NECoPA presentation: Should we defend the administrative state?

I’ll give a presentation at the 2019 Northeast Conference on Public Administration on my working paper: “Should we defend the administrative state?”  The paper is available on SSRN.  The Powerpoint for the presentation is here.  Details about the conference, to be held in Brooklyn on November 8-10, are here.  Below: excerpt from the Chicago Sun-Times, October 1948.