Call for Papers: Democratic Network Governance?

22 September 2016

Centre for the Study of Democracy

This is a call for papers on the topic of democratic network governance.

The democratic character of networked forms of governance is much contested across political science, public administration and related disciplines.

Dr Dan Greenwood (CSD, University of Westminster) and Professor Eva Sørensen (Roskilde University) are organizing an ECPR Joint Session on Democratic Network Governance at the University of Nottingham on 25-30 April. The call for papers is open until 1 December 2016.

Find out more information (including details of how to submit a paper).

Read the full call for papers and further details about the workshop.


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