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Causal Mechanisms and International knowledge transfer in social policy: With a special focus on the case of the post-Soviet region

Causal Mechanisms and International knowledge transfer in social policy: With a special focus on the case of the post-Soviet region

CALL FOR PAPERS: Deadline for proposals is 30 April.

7-9 November 2019 | University of Bremen

The workshop aims to bring together approaches from political science, sociology and other relevant academic disciplines to get a more comprehensive picture of the influence of social policy concepts originating in the OECD world on reform processes in the post-Soviet region and of the role that international actors play in this knowledge transfer. The focus of invited papers should always be on the international knowledge transfer and on the domestic evaluation of these social policy concepts.

Deadline for the submission of paper proposals is 30 April 2019. In addition to a 300-word abstract, please include a brief biographical statement in your submission. Selected paper-givers will be invited by 31 May 2019. Full papers will be due 15 September 2019.

For full details visit the conference webpage at the University of Bremen

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