NUPPAA – the Public Policies Center: Analysis and Evaluation – of the National Institute of Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies, and Development, in association with INCT-IDN (National Institute of Science and Technology in Management and Innovation in Neglected Diseases) and INCT Proprietas, in collaboration with the Brazilian College of Higher Studies of UFRJ, will present its Fourth Seminar: “Dismantling Public Policies and New State Capacities for the Postpandemic Future”, which will take place virtually (using the ZOOM platform) during the days of 16 and 17 November 2020. The event is free and registration will only take place through the event site: http://inctpped.ie.ufrj.br/nuppaa.
The Fourth NUPPAA Seminar, carrying on the tradition of previous iterations, has the objective of bringing together public and private actors with track records in the analysis and evaluation of public policies, including professors, researchers, government public managers, the Third Sector, postgraduate students and professionals who are doing postdocs in Brazil and abroad, as well as related networks in the National Institutes of Science and Technology in Rio de Janeiro and around the country.
Banking on interdisciplinarity and interinstitutional linkage, NUPPAA, as well as its supporting institutions, has been successful in bringing together a particular epistemic community, domestic and international, that combines distinct theoretical matrices but is capable of generating a fruitful dialogue across areas, fields, themes, and theoretical frames with great potential for the understanding of contemporary processes.
The multidimensional crisis brought on by the rapid spread of COVID-19 raises the question of the postpandemic world. Analysts are divided about betting on the possibility of a return to a supposed normalcy, which was already being contested in multiple domains, or on a radical change to a scenario that presents renewed challenges and a new configuration of ways of acting and thinking in society. Changes in the coalition of forces that support governments of distinct political leanings are, in general, accompanied by systematic actions to undercutting policies and institutions, with prospective impacts on historically constructed governmental capacities.
The call for papers for the Fourth NUPPAA Seminar suggests, but does not restrict to these themes, papers that seek to assess state capacities, the dismantling of policies and institutions, new state capacities for the post-COVID-19 world, and sustainable development policies in the envisaged scenarios.
Registration will take place from 20/9/2020 to 13/11/2020.
Presentation of Papers:
The Organizing Committee of the Fourth NUPPAA Seminar will accept proposals for the presentation of papers until 10/23/2020, per instructions.
Working Groups (GTs):
As the IV NUPPAA Seminar aims to disseminate knowledge and experiences developed in the analysis and assessment of public policies, participants interested in presenting papers must do so in the following Working Groups (Grupos de Trabalho – GTs):
WG-1 – State Capacities, Social Policies, and Inequality. Coordinators: Célia Kerstenetzky, Maria Antonieta Leopoldi, and Flavio Gaitán
WG-2 – Health Policies and the Industrial Complexes of Health. Coordinators: Carlos Morel, Cláudia Chamas, and Liliana Acero
WG-3 – Cultural Policies and Copyright. Coordinators: Allan Rocha, Leandro Mendonça, and Lia Calabre
WG-4 – Industrial Policies, Innovation, and Knowledge Governance. Coordinators: Ana Célia Castro, Caetano Penna and Renata La Rovere
WG-5 – Sustainability, Territories, and Institutional Change. Coordinators: Estela Neves, Maria Tereza Leopardi, Marta Irving
WG-6 – Macroeconomic Policies and Financing for Development. Coordinators: Esther Dweck, Leonardo Burlamaqui and Lionello Punzo
WG-7 – Pro-Rio Network: thinking about development strategies for Rio de Janeiro. Coordinators: Bruno Sobral, Glória Moraes, and Renata La Rovere
WG-8 – The Great Food Transformation. Coordinators: Ana Célia Castro, John Wilkinson, Irene Camiatto, and Renuka Thakore
WG-9 – Law and Public Policies. Coordeninators: Maria Tereza Leopardi, Allan Rocha, Emiliano Brunet.
WG-10 – Celso Furtado’s Thought and Development Policies. Coordinators: Carmem Feijó, Tania Bacelar, and Roberto Smith
WG-11 – Public Policy Evaluation. Coordinators: Alcides Gussi and Paulo Jannuzzi
Submission of papers:
The proponent must send an Expanded Summary, which must provide
• The WG: number and name;
• The title of the work;
• The full name of the author and co-author(s), institution, and e-mail;
• A summary consisting of an Introduction, Objective(s), Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusions;
• References (maximum of 5);
• Keywords (minimum of 3/maximum of 5);
Instructions for authors:
Abstracts should be no more than 1,150 words in A4 format (21 x 29.7cm), Times New Roman, 12 pt., single spaced, and justified. Abstracts that do not conform to the Paper Presentation Template will not be accepted. Proposals can be submitted by individual authors or by groups of a maximum of four authors, with each participant being able to participate in a single WG as the main author of the work. To send the Expanded Summary, you will need to complete the electronic form and upload the Work Presentation Template. The period for submission is 7 September until midnight of 14 October 2019. At the time of electronic submission, the author must indicate the WG to which the abstract refers.
Modelo de Apresentação de Trabalho:
The selected abstracts will be published later in the Annals of the IV NUPPAA Seminar, as authorized and sent by the authors. Any type of addition, correction, or change to an abstract after it has been received is strictly prohibited. The list of accepted papers will be published on the website on 30/10/2020.
Participants must observe the following deadlines:
Call for expanded abstracts
20/9/2020 to 23/10/2020
Posting of selected abstracts
20/9/2020 to 13/11/2020
Programação – IV Seminário NUPPAA 2020
“Desmonte das Políticas Públicas e Novas Capacidades Estatais para o Futuro Pós-Pandemia”
Dia 16/11/2020 (Segunda-feira)
Abertura: Boas vindas
Participantes: Carlos Morel (INCT-IDN), Márcia Menendes Motta (INCT Proprietas), Renato Boschi (INCT/PPED) e Bernardo Kallil (ALUMNI PPED)
Conferência de Abertura: Desmonte das Políticas Públicas, Novas Capacidades Estatais e Novas Políticas Orientadas por Missão para o Futuro Pós-Pandemia
Coordenadora da mesa: Ana Célia Castro (INCT-PPED)
Participantes: Peter Evans e Rainer Kattel
Comentários e Debates
Comentadores: Alexandre Gomide, Renato Boschi, Leonardo Burlamaqui, Maria Antonieta Leopoldi, Estela Neves
Dia 17/11/2020 (Terça-feira)
Apresentação dos trabalhos e discussão nos GTs 1 a 6 (Salas Zoom separadas): 9h00-12h00
Apresentação dos trabalhos e discussão nos GTs 7 a 11 (Salas Zoom separadas): 14h00-17h00
Conclusão dos GTs (Relato dos Coordenadores): 17h00 – 18h30
Documentos em anexo: