9th Annual CAPPA Conference June 2-4, 2021
Facing the Challenges to Public Administration Research and Teaching
The annual CAPPA Conference brings together scholars and students of public administration, public policy, and public management to consider new developments affecting teaching, research, and practice. This last year has highlighted limitations within the field of public administration while also providing opportunities to do work in ways that were unforeseen the year before. The 2021 conference highlights key issues facing the study, teaching, and practice of public administration, with a mix of individual researcher presentations and plenary sessions.
See the call for proposals for the conference here:
English version: The 9th Annual CAPPA Conference CFP FINAL
French version : ACPAP 9e Conférence annuelle
o April 6th : Proposals Due
o April 15th : Advised about Acceptance of Proposals
o April 15th : Conference Registration opens
o May 15th : Presenters Registration closes
Submit your Proposal here English version: https://laps.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=1041722
Divides and Paradoxes in Public Administration: Challenges or Opportunities?
This year’s CAPPA conference will be held as part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, May 31 to June 2, 2020. While opened to all areas of research, we encourage the submission of papers and panels related to Congress’ overall theme, which addresses the broad concept of bridging divides (http://www.congress2020.ca/about#theme).
Information about the CAPPA 2020 Conference, being held at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities in London can be found on the conference webpage: cappa.ca/conference/2020
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION FOR THE 21st CENTURY: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE
The Canadian Association for Programs in Public Administration (CAPPA) is pleased to announce its eighth annual Research Conference in Public Administration, Policy, and Management. It will be held in Montreal, at Concordia University, from May 23-24, 2019.
The context in which public administration takes place is changing rapidly. Austerity politics; seemingly perpetual global economic and political crises; the delegitimization of science and expertise; and the politics of recognition and representation, including their populist variants, all have, in one way or another, recentred debates about the role of bureaucracies and bureaucrats in governing and governance. The conference theme aims to bring together researchers and practitioners seeking to understand the implications of these changes for contemporary public administration.
Full information is available on the conference website here https://sites.events.concordia.ca/sites/concordia/en/cappa2019
CAPPA’s seventh annual Research Conference in Public Administration, Policy, and Management was held May 31 – June 1, 2018 at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan. Building on the theme of Congress 2018, “Gathering diversities | mâmawinitotân nanâtohk-ayisiyiniwa,” the conference featured diverse gatherings in Canadian, Indigenous, Provincial and Territorial contexts that have engendered new innovations that enable communities to thrive, particularly in adverse times. (The President’s annual report is below.)
The 2019 conference and AGM will be held in Montreal, hosted by Concordia University.
About the Annual Conferences
The annual CAPPA conference brings together Canadian and international scholars from various disciplines sharing an interest in public management, public administration and/or public policy analysis issues. This includes fields such as public management, public administration and public policy analysis, political science, law, history, economics, and sociology.
The location of the conference rotates between CAPPA member universities and is usually held in the spring. A theme is selected and scholars are invited to submit panel and paper proposals.
Panel proposals consist of three or four individual papers that focus on theoretical or methodological issues and can be submitted by one individual on behalf of the full panel. Submissions should include a short description comprising: 1) the overall theme of the panel (150 words); 2) an abstract for each paper in the panel (250 words maximum); and, 3) the names/ institutional affiliation/ position/ brief bio of the panel members (100 words).
Individual paper proposals are evaluated based on the significance and quality of the research question, design, methods, data (where appropriate), and implications. They should include: 1) an abstract (maximum 250 words); and, 2) the names/institutional affiliation/position/brief bio of the researcher (maximum 100 words).
Details about submission deadlines, criteria and whom to submit to are usually provided in November, with deadlines in January. This information will be posted on the CAPPA site as soon as it becomes available.
President’s Annual Reports
The annual general meeting is held on the second day of the conference. Agendas and minutes will be disseminated prior to the meeting, and minutes published on this site once approved by the Executive and Board.