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Schedule

1st day: Monday, March 9: Introductory lectures on dilemmas of social democratic development

 

1. 09.15-10.00 (Jayal and Törnquist)

Presentation of lecturers and participants; practical information, questions about examination etc.

 

2. 10.15-12.00 (Törnquist)

Theory and Dilemmas of Social Democratic Development in the Global North and South

 

3. 13.15-16.00 (Engelstad, Jayal, Prakash and Törnquist)

The trajectories of social democratic development in India and Scandinavia

 

2nd day: Tuesday, March 10: Can social democratic development be reinvented? Part 1.

(The PhD students participate in workshop with senior scholars presenting and debating the results from the forthcoming book ‘Reinventing Social Democratic Development: Insights from India and Scandinavia’)

 

4. 09.15-10.00 (Jayal and Törnquist)

The problem and the core dimensions

 

6. 10.15-11.30 (Engelstad, Wennemo and Harriss – concerned scholarly Indian commentator)

Conclusions on India and Scandinavia in Comparative Perspective

 

7. 11.45-13.00 (Harriss and Törnquist –concerned scholarly Indian commentator)

Experiences from Kerala, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu

 

8. 14.00-15.15 (Moene and Bardhan – concerned scholarly Indian commentator)

Democratic Development: Problems and Prospects

 

9. 15.30-16.45 (Saxena and Svensson – concerned scholarly Indian commentator)

Working through the state: reforms and historical insights

 

3rd day: Wednesday, March 11: Can social democratic development be reinvented? Part 11

(The PhD students participate in workshop with senior scholars presenting and debating the results from the forthcoming book ‘Reinventing Social Democratic Development: Insights from India and Scandinavia’)

10. 09.15-10.30 (Engelstad with Jayal – concerned scholarly Indian commentator)

Welfare politics, Citizenship and Social Rights: the Politics of Institutions

 

11. 11.45 - 13.00 (Chandhoke – concerned scholarly Indian commentator)

Social Rights and the Role of Civil Society in India

 

12. 14.00 - 15.15 (Harriss – concerned scholarly Indian commentator)

Towards Broad Democratic Alliances?

 

13. 15.30 - 16.45 (Törnquist and Harriss -- concerned scholarly Indian commentator)

Results in Broader Comparative Perspective

 

4th day: Thursday, March 12: Welfare state policies and rights; and students’ projects

14. 09.15-11.00 (Jayal and Engelstad)

Citizenship, social rights and welfare policy regimes in historical and theoretical perspective

 

15. 11.15-13.00 (Prakash, Jayal; commentator: Engelstad)

Indian debates on specific policies and rights – with Scandinavian comments                                

 

16. 14.00-16.45 (seminar leaders: Prakash, Engelstad & Törnquist)

Presentation and discussion of student’s projects

 

5th day: Friday, March 13: Presentation of students’ projects; concluding discussions

17. 09.15-12.00 (seminar leaders: Prakash, Engelstad & Törnquist)

Presentation and discussion of student’s projects

 

18. 12.00-13.00 Group discussions in the main themes of the course (concluding by selecting representatives for panel discussion)

 

19. 14.15-15.15 (Panel of lecturers and students)

Summary and Conclusion re. the main themes of the course

 

20. 15.30-16.00 (Jayal and Törnquist)

Wrapping up: Essay work; next PhD course; pending questions & feedback.

Publisert 5. nov. 2014 10:41 - Sist endret 5. nov. 2014 10:46