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CALL FOR PAPERS
9th German – Sino International Conference on Public Administration
„Public Service in a Social Market Economy“
Berlin, November 26th to November 28th 2014
In order to strengthen international exchanges and cooperation in the field of public administration to share new experiences and accomplishments of countries in social innovation and public service, Southwest University of Finance and Economics Chengdu, China, the Berlin School of Economics and Law Germany, the SPAA at Rutgers University-Newark, USA will co-sponsor the 9th German- Sino International Conference.
We cordially invite submissions of individual papers for the theme „Public Service in a Social Market Economy“. Papers should fall within, but not necessarily limited to, the following tracks:
Public Administration: Theory and Concepts, Professionalization and Education, Case Studies,
Public Management, Finance and Privatization,
Social Innovation, Social Security and Policy,
Public Service and Non-Profit-Sector.
Please submit a half page abstract/proposal (max 2,000 digests) for each paper and add three keywords reflecting your topic. Accepted proposals will be assigned to parallel sessions by the Program Committee.
Submissions have to be send to: email@example.com or
The deadline for submissions (abstract/proposal): September 15, 2014
Full Paper December 31, 2014:
1.5 spaced manuscripts of 5,000 to 8,000 words (references included) in 12-point font and name/date, Reference style (APA). Microsoft word.
For more information and questions
regarding the conference contact us at:
Dr. Mengzhong Zhang,
Associate Dean at the School of Public Affairs and Administration
firstname.lastname@example.org (Office Telephone:1-973-353-3706 )
Detailed information can be found September 2014 on our website.
We are looking forward to receiving your submissions.
the Program Committee:
Prof. Dr. Doerte Busch,
Professor of Law at the Berlin School of Economics and Law Berlin (BSEL)
Prof. Xinglin Tang, Ph.D,
Dean at the School of Public Administration, Southwest University of Finance and Economics, China
Prof. Marc Holzer, Ph.D,
Dean at the School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University-Newark, USA.