The PPRN Graduate Workshop brings graduate students together to share research and receive feedback from senior scholars.
Join us for the PPRN Graduate Workshop on 11 February 2022 at King’s College London.
If you are a PhD student working in Public Policy, Public Management, Political Economy, or Behavioural Public Policy don’t miss the third edition of the PPRN Graduate Workshop. The workshop will be a unique opportunity to share ideas, improve your research, meet other researchers studying similar topics, and expand your professional network.
The PPRN Graduate Workshop will take place online and in-person at King’s College London. For those who are able to attend in person, lunch and other refreshments will be provided and the event will be followed a networking reception.
- 9:00-9:15: Registration and refreshments
- 9:15-11:15: Panel session 1
- Felipe Torres, University of Oxford – Discussant: Dr Daniel Berliner, London School of Economics
- Rebecca Kirley and Carlotta Varriale, Bocconi University – Discussant: Professor Rosie Campbell, King’s College London
- Daniel Rojas, University of British Columbia – Discussant: Dr Julian Limberg, King’s College London
- 11:15-11:30: Refreshment break
- 11:30-13:30: Panel session 2
- Konstantin Bogatyrev, Bocconi University – Discussant: Dr Judith Spirig, University College London
- Pau Vall Prat, University of Barcelona – Discussant: Dr Eleanor Woodhouse, University College London
- Giovanni Angioni, London School of Economics – Discussant: Dr David Hope, King’s College London
- 13:30-14:30: Lunch
- 14:30-16:30: Panel session 3
- Alice Moore, University College London – Discussant: Dr Matia Vannoni, King’s College London
- Alberto Parmigiani, London School of Economics – Discussant: Dr Christel Koop, King’s College London
- Anna Schwarz, Vienna University of Economics and Business – Discussant: Dr Florian Foos, London School of Economics
- 16:30-16:45: Closing remarks and award of best paper prize
- 16:45-18:30: Networking reception
Presenters are assigned a discussant from a cohort of senior scholars based at KCL, LSE, and UCL. Each presenter will have 20 minutes to present their research and 20 minutes for discussion. Discussants will read the paper in advance and will provide comments. The best paper presented at the workshop will be awarded a prize by the PPRN.