International Comparative Policy Analysis Forum-6th Workshop : Developments in Public Policy Program in Higher Education in Asia

When

  • 4 June 2009 (dinner) – 6 June 2009

Venue

  • Department of Public Policy & Management, Shih Hsin University

 

Where

  • No.111, Sec. 1, Mu-Cha Rd., College of Management, Shih Hsin University, Taipei, Taiwan

 

Topic

 

Proceeding

  • Review the 6th ICPA-Forum Workshop Program (forthcoming)

 

Abstract Deadline

  • January 31st, 2009

 

Notification of accepted proposals

  • February 28th, 2009

 

Paper Deadline

  • April 30th, 2009

 

Invitation

  • In Asia, Public Policy Programs in higher education have been established and developed dramatically in the past two decades. In the past, Public Policy Programs have adhered to western-style methods and perspectives. Recently, some of them have changed to encompass Asian features and uniqueness. The goal of this Workshop is to explore, analyze and compare the emergence, evolution, and development of Public Policy Programs in Asian universities. In line with the JCPA’s Aims and Scope, the papers presented will cross-nationally compare curriculum design, research focus, faculty composition, and students’ core competence of public policy programs. English will be the official language for the conference and all papers and presentations are expected to be delivered in English. The papers will first be presented and reviewed at the 6th ICPA-Forum Workshop, June 4–6, 2009 at the Department of Public Policy & Management, Shih Hsin University, Taipei, Taiwan. The workshop is sponsored by the National Science Council, the Research, Development & Evaluation Commission, the Ministry of Education, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy, Shih Hsin University, Central Personnel Administration, and the Taiwanese Political Science Association.

 

Submission

  • An abstract of no more than 500 words, must be submitted to the Special Issue Editor by January 31st, 2009. An answer will be provided by February 28th, 2009. The article drafts should be between 4,000-5,000 words and their format must follow the JCPA guidelines. They will be submitted to the Special Issue Editor by April 30th, 2009.

 

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