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CALL FOR PAPERS
2nd Annual Conference of the India Public Policy Network (IPPN), New Delhi
4-6 February 2019
The India Public Policy Network (IPPN), an affiliate of the Asia Pacific Public Policy Network (AP-PPN), will be hosting the 2019 Conference at the Conference Centre, University of Delhi, India, on February 4-6, 2019.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together scholars of Public Policy, Public Administration and Public Management from universities and development sectors in India to present their work and engage in discussions on public policy issues. The forum will offer ample opportunities to build networks for future collaborative research.
Politics and Public Policy is the theme of the conference. We invite papers exploring the links between the policy sciences and science of politics and how politics shapes, and is shaped by, public policy. Theoretical and empirical papers shedding light on the opportunities and constraints of different political mechanisms and institutional arrangements, and social and economic contexts shaping public policy are welcome.
The IPPN Conference 2019 invites three categories of proposals for papers on politics and public policy. (1) Thematic Panels, (2) Special Panel on the Capacity for Sustaining Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen), and (3) Individual papers on any aspect of politics and public policy.
Proposals for thematic panels must be accompanied by a 300 words description of the theme, in addition to tentative list of at least 5 papers including authors’ names, intuitional affiliation, short bio and contact details. Proposals for SBM(G) or individual papers should include 300 words abstracts as well as authors’ name, institutional affiliation, short bio and contact details.
Please send abstracts to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 15th September, 2018. Acceptance decisions will be conveyed by 30th September, 2018.
Professor Satyajit Singh, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Delhi, Delhi 110007, India. Email: email@example.com
Dr. Kasturi Datta, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Hindu College, University of Delhi, Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Political Science, University of Delhi
Established in 1952, the Department enjoys an exceptional reputation in both teaching and research in the discipline. It is a Centre for Advanced Study and receives regular funding from UGC. Extremely rich in academic potential, comprising a faculty known widely for their research and teaching, abilities, it ranks easily among the best departments in the country. The current faculty strength of this post graduate Department is 33 and it comprises of 14 Professors, 5 Assistant Professors (Regular) and 14 Assistant Professors (Contractual). Political Science at the undergraduate level is taught to 13,000 students in 52 constituent colleges of University of Delhi. There are 82,500 students in School of Open Learning. It includes courses both in BA (H) and BA (Programme), and other interdisciplinary courses offered by the department in respective colleges. At the postgraduate level, students are enrolled across 23 constituent colleges of University of Delhi that have a Department of Political Science. The Department offers a two years Masters Degree Programme in Political Science at its North and South Campuses. A set of diverse and specialised optional courses are offered by highly experienced in-house faculty members as well as visiting faculty members with research specialisation in different thematic areas in sub-disciplines like Public Policy and Governance, International Relations, Political Theory, Political Philosophy, Foreign Policy, Human Rights, Indian Politics, Area Studies, etc. It offers a full time M.Phil Programme for duration of two years.. The Department offers full time PhD programme for duration of six years.