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CSGR Workshop on Multilevel Governance Timetable

Multi-level Governance Workshop, 17-19 May, 2007


Timetable and processes


Thursday 17 May


2.00 – 2.15 Welcome and Introduction

2.15 – 3.45

Theme 1: Organizing multi-level governance

Chair for Theme 1: Morgan

Djelic and Quack: Institutions and Transnationalization

Levi-Faur: Regulatory Architecture for a Global World

Discussant: Whitley

3.45- 4.15 Coffee


Whitley: The growth of international governance and the restructuring of business systems

Mayntz: Coherence and incoherence in multilevel governance of economic sectors

Discussant: Porter



Friday 18 May

9.15 - 10.45

Theme 2: Actors and Institutions in multi-level governance  

Chair for Theme 2: Goyer

Kristensen: New roles for unions in the governance of the new economy

Rogowski: Governance of EU Social and Employment Policies

Discussant: Crouch


10.45 - 11.15 Coffee

11.15 - 12.45

Picciotto: Law and legitimacy in multi-level governance

Quack: Cross-border interaction in multi-level governance

Discussant: Morgan


12.45 - 2.00 Lunch

2.00 - 3.30

Theme 3: Processes of multi-level governance: firms, industries and professions

Chair for Theme 3: Quack

Porter: Multi-level governance in globalized industries

Lilja, Moen and Peterson: Mobilising transnational epistemic communities in a multi-level system of innovation

Discussant: Mayntz

3.30 - 4.00 Coffee

4.00 - 5.30

Ranelli and Huault: Constructing a globalized OTC financial market

Morgan Governance in International Financial Markets: The case of OTC derivatives

Discussant: Goyer



Saturday 19 May


Suddaby and Prakesh: Regulatory Regimes in a Trans-National World: Why is there no “Delaware Effect” on the Internet?

Bach and Newman: Networks, Politics and Markets

Discussant: Rogowski

10.30-11.00 Coffee


Plenary Panel:

Chair: Morgan

Speakers: Crouch, Djelic, Suddaby




Summary of themes and contributors


Theme 1: Organizing multi-level governance

Djelic and Quack





Theme 2: Actors and Institutions in Multi-level Governance

Kristensen and Rocha





Theme 3: Processes of multi-level governance: firms, industries and professions


Lilja, Moen and Peterson

Bach and Newman

Huault and Rainelli


Suddaby and Prakesh


Format of presentations  
  1. Papers to be uploaded to website by 8 May.
  2. Presentation of each paper for 20 minutes: Powerpoint and OHP facilities available
  3. Followed by comments of discussant for 10 minutes
  4. 30 minutes discussion on both papers