CFP “The political Socializations of Experts” - Deadline 29 jan. 2021 - ICPP - Barcelona July 2021
The call for papers for the panel “How Experts Organize and Interact with the Political World? The Political Socializations of Expert” of the 5th International Conference of Public Policy is now open.
Proposals can be submitted until January 29th 2021 (500 words), and the conference will take place from July 5th to 8th in Barcelona.
Please find the full panel presentation following this link : https://www.ippapublicpolicy.org/conference/icpp5-barcelona-2021/panel-list/13/panel/how-experts-organize-and-interact-with-the-political-world-the-political-socializations-of-experts/1164
Looking forward to reading you.
Best regards, Muriel Surdez, Valentin Thomas, Jean-Baptiste Devaux
This panel focuses on "experts", i.e. actors mandated to participate in the design of public policies in the name of their specialized knowledge. These groups of policymakers are often approached by addressing the links between the professions or intellectual traditions they represent and the institutions in charge of public policies. These approaches discuss fundamental divisions such as expert/ laymen, science/politics, risk assessment/risk management. By contrast, this panel aims to shift the perspective. It grasps the expert's stance by questioning their political socializations, which has so far been insufficiently examined, especially by political scientists specialized in public policies studies. When they take on their role, experts confront themselves with objects identified as political, i.e. State, markets, political parties, public problems, instruments of public policies, etc. It is therefore relevant to pay more attention to the ways in which they learnt to 1) perceive and interact with these political objects ; 2) to establish a boundary between political and non-political issues.
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