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Mapping the Global Dimensions of Policy 10: Building Beyond Uncertainty

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McMaster University's tenth annual graduate student conference for the intersection of international relations and public policy.

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Discussions of existing global policy paradigms, and globalization more generally, have been marking strong and significant shifts in our understanding, for the last ten years. New influences on our global system are emerging, and historic power structures are under revitalized analysis, some eventually reconsidered, reduced or removed from deliberation. And recent global crises have invigorated researchers to ask new questions, while revealing enormous inconsistencies and changeability in the foundations of existing policy paradigms. There is an expanding spotlight on both past and present changes to the global system, including global economic trends, population movement, information sharing, governance structures, and global health systems.

“Mapping the Global Dimensions of Policy 10: Building Beyond Uncertainty” McMaster University’s tenth annual Graduate Conference, invites interventions speaking to the all questions raised at the intersections of globalization and policy studies. We welcome graduate students from all disciplines to submit proposals for a paper or poster presentation addressing any aspect of public policy that has a global dimension. This includes, but is not limited to, the disciplines of Political Science, International Development Studies, Sociology, Cultural Studies, History, Business, Geography, Law, Psychology, Environmental Studies, Labour Studies, Health Studies, and Philosophy

The conference will be held virtually from March 11th -13th 2021.

Day 1: 1:30PM to 6:00PM

Day 2: 9:00AM to 3:30PM

Day 3: 9:00AM to 3:30PM

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