CHAS at the University of Chicago Center in Paris

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On May 26-27, 2016, the Center for Health Administration Studies co-hosted, with the Sciences Po Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies (LIEPP), a multi-day conference in Paris, France at the University of Chicago's Center in Paris campus.  The Sciences Po-University of Chicago Workshop on Health Policy Innovation and Reform conference brought together health policy researchers and scholars from the U.S. and France to share their most recent work in a deliberately comparative and collaborative context. The underlying assumption was that there are sizeable potential gains in knowledge growth and policy innovation that can result from such a systematic, scientific exchange of ideas.  Research and evaluation in both countries has contributed to reforms in health and social service policy.  The process by which social science research and evaluation influences health policy innovation and reform was the focus of the conference. 

Participants

Daniel Benamouzig, PhD
CNRS Research Professor, Sciences Po (Centre de Sociologie des Organisations); Deputy Director of the Institute of Public Health of INSERM-AVIESAN
Henri Bergeron, PhD,
CNRS Research Fellow, Sciences Po (Centre de Sociologie des Organisations); Co-Director, Health Department of the Interdisciplinary Centre for the Evaluation of Public Policies (Centre of Excellence - LABEX); Scientific Coordinator of the Chair in Health Studies, Sciences Po-FNSP; Director of the Master, Organizational Behavior and Human Resources
John Brekke, PhD, MSW
Frances G. Larson Professor of Social Work Research, University of Southern California’s School of Social Work
Patrick Castel, PhD
CNRS Research Fellow, Sciences Po (Centre de Sociologie des Organisations)
Deborah Gorman-Smith, PhD, MSW
Emily Klein Gidwitz Professor, School of Social Service Administration; Deputy Dean for Faculty Development and Research at the School of Social Service Administration; Executive Member, Center for Health Administration Studies (CHAS)
Colleen M. Grogan, PhD, MSW
Professor, School of Social Service Administration; Editor, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law; Academic Director, Graduate Program in Health Administration and Policy (GPHAP); Co-Director, Center for Health Administration Studies (CHAS)
Patrick Hassenteufel, PhD
Professor of Political Science, University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines; Professeur des universités en science politique, Sciences Po Saint-Germain-en-Laye
Ulrike Lepont, PhD
Post-Doctoral Researcher, CSO, Centre d'Etudes Politiques de l'Europe Latine, Université de Montpellier
Jeanne C. Marsh, PhD, MSW
George Herbert Jones Distinguished Service Professor, School of Social Service Administration; Director, Center for Health Administration Studies (CHAS)
Constance A. Nathanson, PhD, MA
Professor, Departments of Sociomedical Sciences and Population and Family Health, Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health
Harold Pollack, PhD
Helen Ross Professor, School of Social Service Administration; Affiliate Professor in the Biological Sciences Collegiate Division and Department of Public Health Sciences; Co-Director of The University of Chicago Crime Lab; Executive Member, Center for Health Administration Studies (CHAS)
Magali Robelet, PhD
Senior Sociology Lecturer, Lyon 2 University; Researcher, Max Weber Center (CNRS), Lyon, France
Fred Ssewamala, PhD
Professor of Social Work and International Affairs, Columbia University; Founding Director of the International Center for Child Health and Asset Development (ICHAD), Columbia University; Faculty Associate at the Center of Excellence for the Study of the African Child (AfriChild Center), Makerere University, Uganda; Affiliate of the Center for Health Administration Studies (CHAS)