Thursday, November 17 / 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Session 31
Expertise and the U.S. State

Chair: Zachary Griffen, University of California, Los Angeles
Discussant: Elizabeth Popp Berman, University of Michigan

1. From Collaborator to Threat: Imaginaries of China in U.S. Science PolicymakingLarry Au, The City College of New York.

2. Building Biopolitical Imaginaries: Engagement, Expertise, and Boundary Construction among Chinese and American Biotech FirmsAbigail Coplin, Vassar College.

3. The Economist's New Clothes: Rigorous Capital and the Enigma of Policy InfluenceZachary Griffen, University of California, Los Angeles.

4. Blame Games. Struggles over U.S. Financial Reform and the Limits of Expertise, 2009-2019Julian J├╝rgenmeyer, Columbia University.

5. Flows of Experts in the U.S. Federal GovernmentDan Kitson, Brown University.

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