Institutional Sponsorship Program

Universities from all parts of the world with reputations for leading scholarship and strong educational programs in public policy and comparative studies may become International Institutional Members, also referred to as Sponsors (Institutional Sponsorship Program), of the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis (JCPA) and the International Comparative Policy Analysis Forum (ICPA- Forum). Institutional membership is by invitation only and represents recognition of the contributions made to the field of comparative public policy by the institution, its educational programs, the scholarly reputation of its faculty and the research they produce. If you would like to be considered for invitation to participate as a Gold or Silver sponsor, please contact the JCPA/ICPA-Forum Director of International Partnerships, Prof. Nadia Rubaii.

Diamond Members

Institutional Sponsorhip Program Diamond Member - 
Routledge
Institutional Sponsorhip Program Diamond Member - 
SSHRC

Institutional Sponsorhip Program Diamond Member - 
Simon-Fraser

Gold Sponsors

Become a Gold or Silver Sponsor

International Institutional Sponsors Council

Name Institution
Prof. Nadia Rubaii, Director of International Partnerships Binghamton University, U.S.
Sandra Archibald University of Washington, U.S.
Eugene Bardach University of California Berkeley, US
Caner Bakir GLODEM, Koç University, Turkey
Betsi Beem University of Sydney, Australia
David Birdsell Baruch College – School of Public Affairs, City University of New York, US
Anthony Boardman and Thomas Ross University of British Columbia, Canada
Elio Borgonovi Bocconi University, Italy
Marleen Brans KU Leuven, Belgium
Alessandro Colombo Eupolis Lombardia, Italy
Louise K. Comfort University of Pittsburgh, US
Angela Evans LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin, US
Guillaume Fontaine FLACSO, Ecuador
Sherry Glied New York University, US
Christoffer Green-Pedersen University of Aarhus, Denmark
John A. Hird University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Robert Kravchuk School of Public & Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Bloomington
Yu-Ying Kuo Shih Hsin University, Taiwan
Jack H. Knott University of Southern California, US
Alison Jacknowitz Department of Public Administration & Policy, American University, Washington US
Kishore Mahbubani & M. Ramesh National University of Singapore
Kathy McNutt University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Ted Marmor Yale University, US
Kurt von Mettenheim Escola de Administracao de Empresas de Sao Paulo, Brazil
José Luis Méndez El Colegio de México, A.C.
Frans van Nispen Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Kathryn Newcomer George Washington University, Washington, US
Danny Lam Department of Politics & Public Administration, University of Hong Kong
Tetsukazu Okamoto Kansai University, Japan
Marius Constantin Profiroiu Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
Leslie Pal and Calum Carmichael Carleton University, Canada
David van Slyke Syracuse University, US
Claudia Scott Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Klaus Schubert University of Muenster, Germany
Gila Menahem & Alon Tal Tel Aviv University, Israel
Paul Teske University of Colorado, Denver
Fred Thompson Wilamette University, Oregon, US
Mohamed Tok Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies
David Weimer University of Madison-Wisconsin, US
Arnošt Veselý Department of Public and Social Policy, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague
Xufeng Zhu Tsinghua University, Beijing, China