The Tayarisha Centre is editing the following sections of the Encyclopaedia and invites abstracts that relate to Artificial Intelligence (AI), Digital Governance (or Digital age Governance), Civic Tech Innovation, and Gov-Tech Innovation. This encyclopedia is a multi-volume series and the first of its kind to be edited by some of the most established academics and researchers from the Global South.
This encyclopedia provides comprehensive coverage of current developments in public policy and public administration as fields of study and government practice in the global South. It contains distinct empirical, methodological, and theoretical essays on practical and normative transformations and underlying trajectories that have emerged in Asian, Latin American, and African public policy and administration in recent decades. It puts together a unique scholarship, bringing together all generations of scholars from different regions in the Global South to explore and examine public policy, public administration, and governance dynamics in developing countries. The focus is mainly on those countries still dealing with development and democratisation challenges or those states that are yet to overcome colonial legacies. This encyclopedia is a multi-volume series and the first of its kind to be edited by some of the most established academics and researchers from the Global South. It publishes research briefs and reports by practitioners, researchers, academics, and conceptual essays and discussions that broadly handle the Global South’s development issues and how these relate to policy, administration, governance, and politics within and across regions.
SUBMITTING YOUR ABSTRACT
For consideration of your input, kindly input your Abstract into the online form or use the form below and submit it to Amy Mutua at firstname.lastname@example.org. Multiple submissions are permissible; however, a separate abstract must be submitted for each. The first call deadline is June 7th, 2023.
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