PPWNov13- Day 1 pm- C.Henning- Univ of Hohenheim

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Day 1- afternoon session: Christian Henning, University of Kiel and Jonathan Mockshell , University of Hohenheim: “Understanding the policy process and landscape through discourse and network analysis: qualitative and quantitative approaches.”

Workshop on Approaches and Methods for Policy Process Research, co-sponsored by the CGIAR Research Programs on Policies, Institutions and Markets (PIM) and Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH) at IFPRI-Washington DC, November 18-20, 2013.

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PPWNov13- Day 1 pm- C.Henning- Univ of Hohenheim

  1. 1. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Understanding the policy process and landscape through discourse and network analysis: Qualitative and quantitative approaches Prof. Dr. Dr. Christian H.C.A. Henning and Jonathan Mockshell, Universität Kiel and Hohenheim Presentation at the IFPRI Workshop on Approaches and Methods for Policy Process Research 18. November 2013 Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  2. 2. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  3. 3. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Relevant Research Questions Political Diagnosis: Representation of society's interests in the policy process: - How good are society's interests represented in the policy process, e.g. to what extend elected politician are accountable to their electorate? - Government Capture: To what extend policy process is biased in favor of particular interests at the expense of the general public? - Political Ownership: To what extend feel relevant society group's committed to implemented governmental policies? Governmental Accountability: Eciency of policy choice: - To what extend incorporate policy beliefs of relevant politicians available scientic knowledge on how policy instruments translate into policy outcomes? Political Knowledge: Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  4. 4. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Relevant Research Questions Political Therapy: Identify relevant factors implying low political performance: - Identify relevant policy and non-policy voting motives of dierent social groups and their impact on political performance (accountability, capture, ownership and political knowledge). - Lobbying structures: Identify relevant lobbying network structures and their impact on political performance. - Political Communication structure: Identify relevant political communication structures and their impact on political belief formation and learning. Voter behavior: Identify political strategies to increase political performance: - Constitutional rules, ME-systems, Agricultural Sector Reviews - Informal Institutions Change policy network structures via Peak Stakeholder Organizations, obligatory scientic/stakeholder advisory boards, public relation organizations. Formal Institutions: Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  5. 5. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Outline of methodological approach PEBAP I. Step: Qualitative Analysis Policy Network based Coalition Framework Approach: - Identication of relevant stakeholder and interest groups: Expert interviews - Identication of relevant policy concerns and policy beliefs: Discourse analysis - Identication of relevant coalitions: Expert interviews and discourse analysis Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  6. 6. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Outline of methodological approach PEBAP II. Step: Quantitative approach: CGPE (Henning 2013) Modeling Political Participation: - Extended Baron-Grossman-Helpman-Model Voting Module: Probabilistic Voter model Lobbying Module: Extended Grossmann/Helpman lobbying model incorporating policy networks Modeling Political belief formation: - Extended Friedkin-model including naive observational and communication learning in policy networks among governmental and non-governmental organizations Modeling Political decision-making: - Extended Baron-Ferejohn model of legislative bargaining Modeling Economic response to policies: - Policy Impact function - Micro-Macro-linked CGE Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  7. 7. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Qualitative Analysis Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  8. 8. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Qualitative Analysis Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  9. 9. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Qualitative Analysis Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  10. 10. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Qualitative Analysis Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  11. 11. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Qualitative Analysis Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  12. 12. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Qualitative Analysis Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  13. 13. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Qualitative Analysis: Main results Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  14. 14. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi A Network Based Approach to Evaluate Participatory Policy Processes: An Application to CAADP in Malawi Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  15. 15. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Block model structure of political communication in Malawi Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  16. 16. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Inuence proles in CAADP policy network in Malawi Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  17. 17. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Participation structures and political consensus in the CAADP process of Malawi Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  18. 18. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Diagnosis: Participation structures and Political Performance in the CAADP process of Malawi Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  19. 19. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi From Diagnosis to Therapy: The impact of changed participation structures on political performance in Malawi Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  20. 20. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Thank You for your attention! More about the PEBAP Projekt: https://pebap.agrarpol.uni-kiel.de/ Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  21. 21. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Total political power distribution by lobbying scenario in Malawi Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  22. 22. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Estimation results probabilistic voter model Malawi Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes
  23. 23. Theoretical Framework of PEBAP Discourse Analysis Ghana and Uganda Policy Network Analysis CAADP Malawi Voter motives and government performance in Malawi Henning / Mockshell , University of Kiel and Hohenheim Network Approach to model and evaluate policy processes

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