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Christopher Walker, chercheur invité

janv. 6 2017

Christopher WalkerChristopher Walker, enseignant-chercheur à l'Université de New South Wales, en Australie, est chercheur invité à Sage ce mois de janvier 2017.

Il présentera ses travaux récents lors du séminaire de l'axe 3 du laboratoire le jeudi 19 janvier 2017, de 15h30 à 17h, en salle Océanie. Il sera discuté par Romuald Normand.

> Le rencontrer : Misha, bureau 255, Page personnelle.

Christopher Walker is Head of the School of Social Sciences, University of New South Wales, Australia. He has extensive research, teaching and leadership experience in the fields of policy analysis, regulation and compliance. He has held senior management and executive positions in numerous public sector agencies including health, transport and Premier & Cabinet. Most recent research projects have examined the transfer and adaption of policy and regulatory practices in the Australian trucking sector to countries such as South Africa and Sweden. This, with other contemporary work on global policy transfer is reported in his forthcoming edited book; Hadjiisky, M., Pal, L. A., & Walker, C. (Eds.), 2017, The Micro-Dynamics and Macro-Effects of Policy Transfers. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Christopher is active in executive education and researches the teaching and development of policy practitioner skills. He holds an adjunct appointment with the Australian New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) and is involved in the delivery of their executive education and teaching programs designed for senior and entry level public servants. Christopher’s work has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Policy Studies, Australian Journal of Public Administration and the Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management.

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De 13h00 à 15h00
Salle de la Table Ronde
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