Panel 2

Valentina Saltane
Presentation: “Citizen Engagement in Rulemaking: Evidence on Regulatory Practices in 185 Countries”

Joseph Lemoine
Presentation: “Citizen Engagement in Rulemaking: Evidence on Regulatory Practices in 185 Countries”

Yun-Hsiang Hsu
Presentation: “Can Co-production Increase the Engagement Among Citizens? The Case of the Participatory Budgeting in Taiwan”

Hyungio Hur
Presentation: “Can Co-production Increase the Engagement Among Citizens? The Case of the Participatory Budgeting in Taiwan”

Andrew Carter
Adjunct Professor

University of Miami
Presentation: “The Administrative Procedure Act and Public Involvement in American Environmental Rule-making”
Andrew Carter is an environmental scientist, attorney, and educator based in Miami, Florida. He  is an adjunct professor at the University of Miami’s Abess Center, where he teaches environmental law and policy, and works with Miami Waterkeeper on local sustainability issues. He holds a J.D. and Ph.D. in environmental science and policy from the University of Miami, and an M.A. in marine conservation and policy from Stony Brook University. His research interests include environmental justice, policy theory, and cognitive approaches to environmental decision-making.

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