The International Conference on Policy Diffusion and Development Cooperation aims to bring together local and international participants. Since this is an international event, those wishing to participate in the discussions will require a minimum level of fluency in English and just submissions in English will be accepted.
Only proposals presenting research findings will be eligible, and applicants must be at least in the latter stages of study for a Masters in order to present at the sessions. Undergraduate students are invited to present their research as a poster.
Abstracts of proposed papers and posters are due by 15 December 2019. All applicants will be notified by 17 January 2020. Complete papers are due by 27 April 2020.
Papers will be selected by the scientific committee through a rigorous selection process, which will take into account criteria that respect gender diversity, geographic distribution and career stage (Masters, PhD, Post-Doctorate). Only proposals presenting research findings will be eligible, and applicants must be at least in the latter stages of study for a Masters in order to present papers at the sessions.
Authors should send a proposal stating how the paper relates to the problematique and thematic focus of the event, with a title, an expanded abstract of up to 1,000 words, a list of five key words and a CV. Proposals can be submitted to the general call or specific panels. Each author can submit the maximum of two proposals. Authors must submit their papers through the Conference website, specifying the title of the panel or if it is for the General Call for Papers.
Each panel will consist of a chair, a discussant and a maximum of five paper presenters. In case of approval, authors must imperatively send an article of maximum 10,000 words, including references. The organizers are aiming to produce a publication containing the best articles presented at the event, following a further selection process.
ICPDDC 2020 invite undergraduate students to present results from projects they have carried at their university or during internships that relates to the field of policy diffusion and development cooperation.
The scientific committee will select the best poster to award. Award-winners will receive a certificate.
The poster competition is individual and only one presenter per poster is allowed.
Proposals must include the following information:
You must register for the ICPDDC 2020 in order to participate. You are expected to stand by your poster during the competition to present your work to the evaluators and other interested people.
After having your abstract selected, please: