How to submit paper proposal:
All details pertaining to the conference is available on http://www.icpublicpolicy.org/. The panel on ‘Interface of Law and Public Policy’ is listed under the theme of Comparative Public Policy with a serial number of T02P06. Paper proposals have to be submitted online using the special portal of the conference. Following is the process to submit the paper proposal:
1. Create and/or to log in to your account at http://www.icpublicpolicy.org/ by clicking ICPP 3 – Singapore 2017.
2. Select the panel of T02P06 under the theme of Comparative Public Policy.
3. Enter the name of co-authors if need (each co-author must be registered first)
4. Enter a title and an abstract of your proposal (500 words max.)
Review of papers submitted will take place during 15 January 2017 to 15 Feburary 2017. Authors will be notified the outcome of submission after 15 February 2017. All selected papers will need to upload full paper on the conference website by 1 June 2017 to be eligible to make presentation during the conference. To present the paper, the authors need to be registered at the conference, details of which are available on conference website mentioned above. Registration begins on 5 January 2017, and fee details are available on the website.
Travel and Accommodation support:
Note that there are competition based travel grants for Asian scholars and accommodation for Ph.D. scholars during the conference offered by Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. For details you may look for information on the conference website.