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Date: 2018-10-10
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Subject: Call for Papers: 3rd Annual Toronto Public Policy and Governance Workshop | policy-making and governance in the age of disruption

Call for Papers

3rd Annual Toronto Public Policy and Governance Workshop | policy-making and governance in the age of disruption


We are pleased to announce a call for papers for the 3rd annual Toronto Public Policy and Governance Workshop at the University of Toronto, February 22 and 23, 2019.

The goal of the workshop is to offer a unique space to disseminate and discuss rigorous and cutting edge public policy and governance research. The workshop will follow the ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) joint-sessions format and be limited to a small number of paper givers (~12), with one hour dedicated to each paper. Papers will be circulated in advance and attendees should come ready to discuss, debate, and help strengthen the work of their colleagues.

There is no registration fee and the organizers will provide refreshments throughout the workshop, along with a workshop dinner.

This year we are particularly interested in papers that deal with public sector transformation, digital government, social and technological disruption, and policy innovation. However, we welcome papers that engage with public policy and administration theory, methods, or empirical matters, with a Canadian or international focus. Please submit an abstract of no more than 250 words to Jonathan Craft at the coordinates below by December 1, 2018. Authors of successful proposals will be notified by December 20th, 2018. Full papers will be due by February 10th.

Submissions are invited from both emerging and senior scholars. Two spaces will be reserved for doctoral students. Please direct expressions of interest or questions to the two workshop organizers: Jonathan Craft (jonathan.craft@utoronto.ca) and Amanda Clarke (Amanda.clarke@carleton.ca)


Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer un appel à communications pour le second atelier annuel sur les politiques publiques et la gouvernance qui se tiendra à Toronto les 22 et 23 février 2018. Le but de l'atelier est de promouvoir un espace unique pour diffuser et discuter des recherches de pointe en matière de politiques publiques et de gouvernance.

L'atelier suivra le format des sessions conjointes de l’ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) et sera limité à un petit nombre de présentations (~12) en anglais, avec une heure consacrée à chacun des textes. Les textes seront diffusés à l'avance et les participant(e)s devront commenter le travail de leurs collègues. Il n'y a pas de frais d'inscription et les organisateurs fourniront des rafraîchissements pendant tout l'atelier ainsi qu'un souper.

Nous accueillons des communications portant sur la théorie des politiques publiques et de l'administration, sur des méthodes ou sur des questions empiriques, au Canada ou à l'étranger. Des communications portant sur la transformation du secteur public, Le gouvernement numérique, les perturbations social et technologique, et l’innovation.


Veuillez soumettre un résumé d'un maximum de 250 mots à Jonathan Craft aux coordonnées ci-dessous d'ici le 1er décembre 2018. Les auteur(e)s des propositions retenues seront avisés d'ici le 20 décembre 2017. Les communications finale serront due le 10 février, 2018.

Nous invitons les chercheur(e)s émergents et expérimentés à soumettre des propositions. Deux places seront réservées aux doctorant(e)s. Veuillez adresser votre résumé ou vos questions aux organisateurs de l'atelier: Jonathan Craft (jonathan.craft@utoronto.ca) et Amanda Clarke (Amanda.clarke@carleton.ca)


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