Past Conference Presentations

“The Limits of Interest: Capture, Financialization, or Contestation in the Politics of Rule-Making on Derivatives” with J. Nicholas Ziegler and Thomas Nath (poster presented at TextXD 2019, Berkeley, CA, December 3-6, 2019)[Poster]

“Running to Stand Still: Rapidly Emerging Technologies and the Challenge of Requisite Knowledge in Public Agencies” panel organized as part of NSF #1735661 (PI: Ann Keller) (Attending non-presenting collaborator at the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) 41st Annual Fall Research Conference, Denver, CO, November 7-9, 2019)

“Innovation Beyond the Imagination of the Market: How the State Drove an Economically Beneficial and Socially Responsible Innovation; The Adoption of Electronic Health Records in the US and EU” (paper presented at the Sixth Annual Graduate Conference in Public Law organized by the Department of Government at The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, October 25-26, 2019)

“Sociotechnical Imaginaries of Capacity: Observing and Explaining Regulatory Processes in Progress in Rapidly Changing Fields” with Meghna Mukherjee as part of NSF #1735661 (PI: Ann Keller) (paper presented at the Science of Science and Innovation Policy (SciSIP) Grantee Conference following the Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy ​at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, October 16, 2019)

“Innovation Beyond the Imagination of the Market: How the State Drove an Economically Beneficial and Socially Responsible Innovation; The Adoption of Electronic Health Records in the US and EU” (paper presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 18-20, 2019 and at the Law and Society Association 2019 Annual Meeting, Washington DC, May 30 – June 2, 2019)

“More than Mere Deadweight: A Deductive Typology of the Variety of Ways that Regulators Respond to Disruptive Technological Innovation” (paper presented at the workshop for a special issue of Regulation & Governance on “The Governance of Emerging Disruptive Technologies” convened by Araz Taeihagh, Michael Howlett, and M Ramesh at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, April 25-26, 2019)

“Knowledge, Politics, and Policy Innovation” (Panel Chair, WPSA Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 18-20, 2019)

“Recombinant Pasts and CRISPR Futures: The Processes and Outcomes of Beneficially Constraining GMO Regulation in the US and Europe, 1975 to Present” (research presented at the 7th Annual NNCI Winter School on Responsible Innovation and Social Studies of Emerging Technologies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, January 3-10, 2019)

 “Bayesian Type Verification: Verifying Deductive Typologies with Logical Bayesianism” (paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, August 30, 2018)

“The Limits of Interest: Capture, Contestation, & Financialization in the Politics of Rule-Making for Derivatives in the United States” with J. Nicholas Ziegler (paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, August 30, 2018)

“More than Mere Dead-Weight: A Deductive Typology of the Range of Ways that Regulators Respond to Disruptive Technological Innovation” (paper presented at the Biennial Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research Standing Group on Regulatory Governance, Lausanne, Switzerland, July 6, 2018)

“Play Your Role: A Policymaker Simulation to Ground East Asian International Relations” (paper presented at the Annual Teaching and Learning Conference of the American Political Science Association, Baltimore, MD, February 3, 2018)

“More than Mere Dead-Weight: How Regulators Initially Respond to Disruptive Technological Innovation in Advanced Industrial Democracies” (paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 7, 2017)

“The Changing Landscape of Regulatory Reform: Public Comments and the Construction of a New Regulatory Regime at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission” with J. Nicholas Ziegler (paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 8, 2016)