The International Public Policy Association awards the Transition and Developing Economies Award biennially to an academic or researcher employed on a full-time basis (or emeritus/retired) either in a university or a policy research center 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 recognises the outstanding contribution of a mid-career to a senior scholar or researcher 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.
Self-nomination is allowed but the letter of those who self-nominate would not count as one of the two required supporting letters.
All nominations must be submitted online by one correspondent who has compiled all the relevant materials of the candidate into one single file submission. Please follow the guidelines below to submit a nomination:
*Current members of the IPPA Executive should not nominate candidates, and are not eligible for the award. Former members of the IPPA Executive become eligible two years after the end of their mandate.
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