PRESENTATION AND PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITIES
ASPA members can benefit from several presentation opportunities that arise from the association's collaboration with other associations and organizations. To learn more about the latest call for proposals, upcoming conferences and other presentation opportunities, please return to the ASPA website often or check our Opportunities page.
2014 YOUNG SCHOLARS WORKSHOP
Abstracts for the 2014 Young Scholars Workshop in Public Policy and Administration Research is now being accepted until April 4, 2014. The Young Scholars Workshop will be held in Changchun, the People’s Republic of China on July 21-24, 2014. This workshop aims to provide young scholars working in public policy, public administration and related fields with an academically rigorous platform for the presentation of research, scholarly exchange and social networking. The workshop is sponsored by ASPA and Jilin University. To learn more about the workshop and submitting an abstract, click here.
SINO-U.S. INTERNATION CONFERENCE FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
The 7th Sino-US International Conference for Public Administration will be held in the Yifu Conference Center at Renmin University of China, June 6-7, 2014. The conference will examine public management and governance reform during the last century and will focus on the future. To learn more,
INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON BUILDING A PUBLIC SERVICE GOVERNMENT & ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM INNOVATION
This conference will be held June 9 in Shanghai, China. The theme is "Building A Public Service-Oriented Government and Administrative System Innovation." To learn more, click here.
TEACHING PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE
Proposals are being invited for the Annual Teaching Public Administration Conference, hosted by ASPA's Section on Public Administration Education (SPAE). The 2014 conference will be held in conjunction with the UK Public Administration Committee (PAC). Organizers invite scholars and practitioners to this collaborative gathering to explore the conference theme, “Public Leadership in an Age of Austerity: Contestability and Conflict?” The deadline for paper proposal submissions is Feb. 28. To learn more, click here.
10th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (ICPA)
The 10th International Conference on Public Administration will be held Oct. 24-26 in Chengdu, China at the UESTC (Qingshuihe Campus). The theme for the 2014 conference is New Challenges and Advances in Public Administration. Organizers are currently accepting proposals that would address this theme. To learn more about submitting a proposal, click here.
The 10th ICPA will emphasize the new advancements and challenges in public administration, past and present, with an eye on the decade ahead. Papers and proposals that assess the accomplishments over the past decade and/or put forward the challenges ahead are especially welcomed. Methodologies that encompass case studies, survey research, best practices, and comparative analyses between and among countries are solicited. We are especially receptive to proposals that focus on the sub-themes below.
Privacy and Surveillance
Networking and Partnerships
Performance and Smarter Government
Human Resource Management
More information can be obtained from the conference website: www.icpa-uestc.cn. To read the full call for proposal, click here.
PAR @ 75 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
PAR is partnering with Sun Yat-Sen University to mark its 75th Anniversary and the university's 90th anniversary by hosting an international conference on "Next Steps for Public Administration in Theory and Practice" Nov. 16-18 in Guangzhou, China.
Organizers are currently accepting submissions of significant, original, and rigorous papers that discuss theoretical, methodological, and practical challenges and opportunities particularly in the age of austerity, complexity, uncertainty, and interconnectedness. Proposals are being accepted until March 1. To read the full call for proposal, click here.