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Call for papers

Papers can be submitted (but not limited to) on the following sub-topics:

  • innovation drivers  in public services – the role of scientific enquiry,
     
  • exploring possible theoretical advances in public management,
     
  • discourses on the role of state, government and administration: implication for leadership and management,
     
  • global and local challenges of public management: the balance of adoption and constant change,
     
  • technology determinism versus social shaping – science of participation and the role of law,
     
  • comprehensiveness in public service – knowledge transfer and management in education, healthcare, military, law enforcement and research,
     
  • art or profession – skills, knowledge and culture of public management.

Papers are due August 15, 2015 and they should normally be between 4000 and 8000 words. They will be placed on the conference dropbox so that participants can read them in advance.

Authors of accepted papers will have their registration fee waived and will be offered complementary housing during the conference. Following the conference, authors will be given the option of having their papers published in an IPMN journal and/or conference volume.