University of Exeter forum

Conference Audio Clips

During the conference we recorded two of the primary sessions. These are available for free download and use:

1. Keynote Lecture

Rules in an Unruly Ages - Professor Bruce Doern

2. Conference Roundtable

Roundtable - The Usages of Social Sciences Research in Policy Making.

This roundtable session features:

Claudio Radaelli (Chair)

Peter Ladegaard (World Bank)

Josef Konvitz (former OECD)

Nick Talbot (University of Exeter)

Ian Sanderson (Leeds Metropolitan University)

Conference programme

The ECPR's Standing Group on Regulation and Governance Conference 2012 took place in June 2012.

We are pleased to announce that we will be able to use the University of Exeter's brand new Forum building as a venue for some of the conference. The Forum project is a £48 million redevelopment of our Streatham Campus due to open in May 2012. The building forms a key part of significant investments across our campuses.

Please find an outline programme for the conference below or the full conference programme in PDF format.

Wednesday 27 June

TimeItemVenue
1200 - 1330 Registration and lunch Holland Hall, University of Exeter

Registration will move to the Forum for conference participants after this point.

Room keys for Holland Hall will be available from the Porter's Lodge (at Holland Hall). 
1345 - 1400 Welcome by Robert van de Noort, Dean, College of Social Sciences & International Studies Alumni Auditorium, Forum
1400 - 1430 Opening remarks: Josef Konvitz, former OECD head of division for regulatory policy, public governance and territorial development. Alumni Auditorium 
1500 - 1600 Parallel sessions 1  
1600 - 1630 Break Forum Street
1630 - 1730 Parallel sessions 2  
1745 Rules in an Unruly Age

Keynote speech by Bruce Doern
Alumni Auditorium, Forum
1900 Drinks reception at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)

Including Majone Prize, awarded by Koen Verhoest, Collin Scott, Annetje Ottow and Martino Maggetti
Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)
(postcode: EX4 3RX)

Please await instructions following the keynote lecture from conference staff regarding getting to the RAMM. 

Thursday 28 June

TimeItemVenue
07.30 - 09.00 Breakfast (for residential participants) Holland Hall dining room
09.00 - 09.30 Registration For day delegates
0930 - 1045 Roundtable on the usages of social sciences research in policy making

Chair: Claudio Radaelli

Participants:

Peter Ladegaard (World Bank)
Josef Konvitz (former OECD)
Nick Talbot (University of Exeter)
Ian Sanderson (Leeds Metropolitan University) 

Sponsored by the ALREG: Analysis of Learning in Regulatory Governance project, funded by an advanced grant of the European Research Council. 
 Alumni Auditorium, Forum
1045 - 1115 Break Forum Street
1115 - 1245 Parallel sessions 1  Forum Seminar Rooms
1300 - 1400 Lunch Forum Street
1400 - 1530 Parallel sessions 2 Forum Seminar Rooms
1530 - 1600 Break Forum Street
1600 - 1730 Parallel sessions 3 Forum Seminar Rooms 
1830 - late Conference dinner Holland Hall dining room

Friday 29 June

TimeItemVenue
07.30 - 09.00 Breakfast (for residential participants) Holland Hall dining room
0900 - 0930 Registration (for day delegates)  
0930 - 1100 Parallel sessions 1 Forum Seminar Rooms
1100 - 1130 Break Forum Street
1130 - 1300 Parallel sessions 2 Forum Seminar Rooms
1300 - 1400 Lunch and close of conference Forum Street