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Call for Papers. Intergovernmental Relations in 2020: Theory and Practice

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American Society for Public Administration (ASPA); The Section on Intergovernmental Administration and Management (SIAM), Federal Systems Panel at the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA), Estados Unidos

The symposium seeks participants who submit papers that examine the most important American intergovernmental issues leading to 2020. Papers should address the following questions: Why is the proposed issue one of the most important? What levels of government are affected by it? How will intergovernmental relations be different in 2020 than in 2010 because of this issue?

The papers will be presented on Friday, April 9, 2010 at the San Jose Fairmont on the opening day of the annual conference of the America Society for Public Administration (ASPA). Each papers selected will have practitioner respondents at the symposium. The papers and responses will be published either as a book or special journal issue.

Papers that address the nature of intergovernmental relations in 2020 include, but are not limited to:

*Federal Relations

*Collaborative Public Networks

*The Role of Public Managers

*Social Responsibility and Equity Dilemmas

*State-City and County Relations

*Regionalism

*Consolidation

*Cross-Boundary Issue Management (environment, criminal justice, e-trade, national security, etc)

All proposals submitted should include recommendations for practitioners who would be considered for responding to papers.
-Fecha límite para envío de propuestas de papers: 15 de octubre de 2009

-Notificación de aceptación de papers: 23 de octubre de 2009

-Notificación de aceptación y selección de profesional a participar: 15 de noviembre de 2009

-Entrega de manuscrito: 1ro. de febrero de 2010

-Respuesta de profesionales: 1ro. de marzo de 2010

-Presentación de papers: 9 de abril de 2010

-Lugar: San Jose, California, Estados Unidos

-Contactos:

Jack W. Meek, University of La Verne

meekj@ulv.edu

Kurt Thurmaier, Northern Illinois University

kthur@niu.edu

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