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2012 Annual Conference of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration: "Working Group V: Accountability, Culture and Trust"

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The International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA)

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Cuándo 01/01/2012 14:00 a
31/05/2012 23:00
Dónde Bangkok, Thailand
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Scholars are invited to submit abstracts for papers addressing the theme for Working Group V sessions at the 2012 IASIA Annual Conference. Concerns by scholars regarding the decline in trust by citizens in their governments at all levels and across social and economic characteristics of societies has been acerbated by recent evidence of increases in citizen demands for accountability, transparency and the elimination of corruption by public institutions.

The Arab Spring has seen citizen distrust of authoritarian governments translated into societal transformations, and continuing citizen demands for increased transparency and accountability on a world-wide basis. Working Group V invites proposals that feature high quality conceptual, qualitative or quantitative research providing historical perspectives that either develop a theory or theoretical framework, or assess the successes or failures of governing and regulatory institutions in addressing and curbing corruption.

Thus proposals may include research dealing with the history and nature of corruption in a country, sub national entity or region, the background which led to the creation of instruments of control, the results and how these became effective, or were ineffective, with an analysis of the reasons for successes or for failure to abate corruption. Case studies that assess the relationship between large private institutions and corrupt governmental entities, and the loss of citizen trust are also welcomed. Descriptions and assessments of education and training programs that effectively prepare government employees and public agencies to successfully address corruption are also encouraged. Proposals that document and compare governmental efforts to improve transparency and accountability in governance on an international, national and sub national basis would be also welcomed.

Submission Guidelines

An abstract of no more than 1000 words must be submitted by the deadline of 28 February 2012. Please note that while more than one abstract may be submitted, only one abstract per author can be accepted. Papers that have been accepted should be submitted to the IASIA secretariat no later than 31 May 2012. Presenters that should fail to register or submit their final papers on time or cancel their participation will not be considered in the Conference agenda.

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