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Nominations for the IPPA Awards - Deadline extended

IPPA News - Deadline : 01/08/2021

10/28/2020

Team IPPA

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The call for Nominations for the IPPA awards in four categories is open. The submission deadline has been extended to 28 February 2021. Nominations are accepted in the following 4 categories:

 

1. Career Award

Awarded biennially, the award recognizes the contribution of outstanding scholars to the development of the field of Public Policy and/or Public Administration. Recipients will be prominent scholars with an established record of theoretical and empirical scholarly publications and service to the profession, and who have advanced the fields of Public Policy and/or Public Administration.

 

More information about the requirements and the nomination process can be found here.

 

2. Best Book Award

 

Awarded biennially at the Association’s International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP), the Best Book Award is given to a single- or co-authored monograph that makes an original and significant theoretical, methodological, and/or empirical contribution to the field of Public Policy and/or Public Administration. 

 

More information about the requirements and the nomination process can be found here.

  

3. Early Researcher Book Award

 

The IPPA Early Researcher Book Award is awarded biennially to a scholar who, within seven years of completing the Ph.D., has published a single-authored monograph that represents a major theoretical, methodological, and/or empirical contribution to the field of Public Policy and/or Public Administration.

 

More information about the requirements and the nomination process can be found here.

 

4. Transition and Developing Economies Award

 

Previously known as the "Global South Award", the IPPA awards the Transition and Developing Economies Award biennially to an academic employed on a full-time basis in a university located in a country identified as a developing or transition economy, and whose publications (book or articles) are directly related to public policy and/or public administration issues in one or more such countries. The award recognizes the outstanding contribution of a mid-career to senior scholar to the development of the field of Public Policy and/or Public Administration within either a developing or transition country context. The successful candidate will have an established record of theoretical and empirical scholarly publications as well as service to the profession. 

 

More information on the requirements and nomination process can be found here

Should you have any questions about any of the Awards, do not hesitate to email us at icpublicpolicy@gmail.com.

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