Co-sponsored by the Faculty of Social Sciences, the University of Hong Kong, the Sol Price School of Public Policy, the University of Southern California and the International Public Policy Association (IPPA), we are happy to announce the 1st Regional Conference on Public Policy (RCPP) which will take place at the University of Hong Kong, 10-11th June 2016.
September 30, 2015 - Submission Deadline of Panel Proposals extend on 15th october
November 30, 2015 - Announcement of Accepted Panels
January 15, 2016 - Submission Deadline of Paper Proposals
Febuary 15, 2016 - Announcement of Accepted Papers
Febuary 15, 2016 - Early Bird Registration and Payment Deadline
April 30, 2016 - Full Registration and Payment Deadline
More information coming soon.
The Euro-African Association for the Anthropology of Social Change and Development (APAD) seeks to advance scientific exchanges as well as dialogue with development actors on issues of social change and development, in Africa and elsewhere.
The 2015 APAD conference will take place in Cotonou (Benin), 17 to 20 November. It aims to examine the current arrangements of the production and implementation of public action in countries ‘under an aid regime’, where aid money and institutions play a strong role. Around 120 communications will be presented, based on in-depth empirical research in various public action sectors. For more information, see http://apad-association.org/en/call-for-papers/
"The fabrication of public action in countries "under an aid regime", stakeholders, processes, negociations"
Cotonou, Benin, 17-20 november 2015
Here is the program: http://apad-association.org/programme/
The call for papers is now open until October 7th, 2015
You can find here the main panels on Public Policy
RC30 - Comparative Public Policy : click here to see the list of panels
RC32 - Public Policy and Administration - click here to see the list of panels
RC 05 - Comparative Studies on Local Government and Politics - click here to see the list of panels
RC 19 - Gender Politics and Policy - click here to see the panels
RC 25 - Comparative Health Policy - click here to see the panels
RC 38 - Politics and Business - Click here to see the panels
The conference and this website are sponsored by: