Call for Submissions: RGNUL- IPAN Working Paper Series, Volume – 3

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International Policy Analysis Network (IPAN), Asia’s first youth-led public policy think tank has initiated an Annual Working Paper Series in association with School of Agriculture Law and Economics (SALE), from the year 2012.

Research Theme

For the 2016 edition of the series it is “Cross Country Legislation for taming Black money: Learnings for India”.

Who

Students, academicians and Ph.D scholars are invited to submit papers to this Working Paper Series Project.

Papers should address some specific social, political, economic or cultural aspect of this policy.

Foreign contributors are also encouraged to submit their contributions as their perspective and solutions on this policy.

Aim

The objective of this project is to stimulate and promote inter-disciplinary, multi-jurisdictional and comparative public policy analysis.

Deadline

Deadline for the submission is 15th October, 2016.

IPAN is a unique youth-led initiative which aims to involve youth in core public policy research & analysis under the mentorship of experienced academicians and professionals.

Book Publication: –

Selected Papers will be published in the form of an Edited Book with an ISBN No. The list of these Selected Papers will also be displayed on the RGNUL Website.

Email your Research Papers at: saleipan.rgnaul@gmail.com

For Submission Guidelines and further details, please take a glimpse of the Concept Note.

You may also contact:

Ms. Brindpreet Kaur (Teacher Coordinator) (+91 9780378894)

 Download: Concept-Note-IPAN
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