“Problem Structuring in Public Policy: Solving Wicked Problems” at International Workshops on Public Policy

  • DATE / TIME:
    2018/06/27    13:45 - 17:00
    Pittsburgh, United States

    Co-Organiser: International Public Policy Association (IPPA)


    Sabrina Kirschke (UNU-FLORES)

    Over three days, 20 parallel workshops will be held in an attempt to provide an appropriate platform for intense discussions on specific research questions in public policy.

    UNU-FLORES Researcher Sabrina Kirschke (Water Resources Management Unit) will be presenting in a workshop titled “Problem Structuring in Public Policy: Solving Wicked Problems”. The general objective of the workshop is to review, synthesise, and evaluate models and methods that have been used to conceptualise and investigate wicked problems, with a view to advancing towards their solution. Ms Kirschke’s presentation is titled “Indicators for ‘Good’ Solutions to Wicked Resource Nexus Problems.”

    The workshop will be chaired by William Dunn (dunn@pitt.edu).

    Find more information here.


    The conference is an annual event organised by the International Public Policy Association (IPPA) to strengthen public policy analysis.

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    International Workshops on Public Policy (IWPP 1 – PITTSBURGH 2018)


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