Paper presentation at IGRI Seminar

March 5 @ 20:00 - 21:00
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The IGRI (Institutional Grammar Research Initiative) host a monthly virtual research seminar with presentations coming from scholars interested in the structures and applications of Institutional Grammar.

On March 5th Claudio Radaelli, Claire Dunlop, Gaia Taffoni and Jonathan Kamkhaji will be presenting a paper at the IGRI seminar titled ‘Institutional Grammar Tool meets Narrative Policy Framework: Narrating Institutional Statements in Consultation’.

The paper lays the foundation of a possible conversation between Institutional Grammar Tool (IGT) and Narrative Policy Framework (NPF). The two are theories used to analyze the policy process: while IGT observes as data rules-driven actors that respond to initiatives, the constitutive elements of NPF are policy narratives strategically constructed by actors with the aim of mobilizing or prevent policy change.

To pave the way for a conversation between the two analytical lenses we start from the observation that narrations do not fluctuate in vacuum, they are communicated by actors in a situation defined by its Institutional Grammar. In this paper we consider a sample of Consultation procedures in Finland, Ireland, Malta, and the EU comparing rules types and narrative elements of the institutional statements about consultation.

The seminar will take place at 2 pm Eastern time – 8 pm CET on Friday, March 5th. The presentation will be recorded and posted to the IGRI youtube channel .

 

Details

Date:
March 5
Time:
20:00 - 21:00

Organizer

IGRI – Syracuse University

Venue

IGRI

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