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Call for Abstracts

GSPA NIDA 
International Conference on Public Administration in Era of Change and Transformation 2018
5-6 July 2018
Bangkok, Thailand

Call for Papers

            The Graduate School of Public Administration (GSPA) was established in 1955 as Thailand’s first government school offering graduate-level education in public administration. It has since served society by producing highly qualified graduates, conducting high quality researches in public administration and related fields, and continuously offering academic services for the development of the country. In July 2018, GSPA is to celebrate its 62nd anniversary and one of the key events is the International Conference on Public Administration in Era of Change and TransformationThis is particularly important as the study public administration in the 21st century face.
            Scholars, researchers, Ph.D. students, and policy practitioners are invited to submit manuscript to the conference.  This conference also provides great opportunity for participants to join networking lunch and networking sessions during the conference.
            The aim of our conference is to support, encourage and provide a platform for networking, sharing, publishing, and nurturing the potential growth of individual scholars across the globe who are interested in exploring the issues related to digital government and public administration in the changing era. The conference will cover vital issues in public administration and related fields, under three sub-themes representing over 62 presentations.

Sub-themes
            1. Public Administration in Transition
            2. Managing Change and Innovation
            3. e-Government and Public Sector Transformation

WelcomeInvitation, Committee

 

Venue
            National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) 
            118 Seri Thai Rd, Khlong Chan, Bang Kapi, Bangkok 10240, Thailand

Speakers

  1. Dr. Suvit Maesincee, Minister office of the Prime Minister
  2. Dr.Methinee Thepmanee, Secretary General Office of the Civil Service Commission (OCSC)
  3. Dr. Sak Segkhoonthod ,President and CEO Electronic Government Agency

Important Dates 
       Abstract submission deadline: 30 January 2018
       Paper submission deadline: 28 February 2018
       Registration deadline: 30 April 2018
            
Submission and Registration
            Fees: 100 US$

    Price Include: Conference Entry call 2 days, Delegate Badge, Conference Proceeding, Reception Dinner (Thursday), Lunch x2, Refreshments during the conference and excursion (Friday Afternoon)
        

    Author Guidelines

    General Guidelines
    Essay should be typed, double-spaced on standard-sized paper (A4) with 1" margins on all sides, a clear font that is highly readable using 12 pt. Times New Roman font is Recommended. Word count is limited to 6000.
     
    Title Page

    The title page should contain the title of the paper, the author's name, and the institutional affiliation. Include the page header (described above) flush left with the page number flush right at the top of the page. Please note that on the title page, your page header/running head should look like this:

    Type your title in upper and lowercase letters centered in the upper half of the page. It is recommended that your title be no more than 12 words in length and that it should not contain abbreviations or words that serve no purpose. Your title may take up one or two lines. All text on the title page, and throughout your paper, should be double-spaced.

    Beneath the title, type the author's name: first name, middle initial(s), and last name. Do not use titles (Dr.) or degrees (Ph.D.).

    Beneath the author's name, type the institutional affiliation, which should indicate the location where the author(s) conducted the research.

    Abstract

    On the first line of the abstract, center the word “Abstract” (no bold, formatting, italics, underlining, or quotation marks).

    Beginning with the next line, write a concise summary of the key points of your research. (Do not indent.) Your abstract should contain at least your research topic, research questions, participants, methods, results, data analysis, and conclusions. You may also include possible implications of your research and future work you see connected with your findings. Your abstract should be a single paragraph double-spaced. Your abstract should be between 150 and 250 words.


    Tables and Figures

    Number all tables with Arabic numerals sequentially. If the manuscript includes an appendix with tables, identify them with capital letters and Arabic numerals (e.g. Table A1, Table B2).

    Like the title of the paper itself, each table must have a clear and concise title. When appropriate, you may use the title to explain an abbreviation parenthetically.

    Example: Comparison of Median Income of Adopted Children (AC) v. Foster Children (FC)
    Keep headings clear and brief. The heading should not be much wider than the widest entry in the column. Use of standard abbreviations can aid in achieving that goal. All columns must have headings, even the stub column, which customarily lists the major independent variables.

    In reporting the data, consistency is key: Numerals should be expressed to a consistent number of decimal places that is determined by the precision of measurement. Never change the unit of measurement or the number of decimal places in the same column.

    For figures, make sure to include the figure number and a title with a legend and caption. Then type the title of the figure in sentence case. Follow the title with a legend that explains the symbols in the figure and a caption that explains the figure.

    Graphs should always include a legend that explains the symbols, abbreviations, and terminology used in the figure. These terms must be consistent with those used in the text and in other figures. The lettering in the legend should be of the same type and size as that used in the figure.

    Citation

    Follow the author-date method of in-text citation. This means that the author's last name and the year of publication for the source should appear in the text, for example, (Jones, 1998), and a complete reference should appear in the reference list at the end of the paper.


    Reference

    -Harvard citation style - Download UWA Harvard Citation Style Examples for UWA - Printable

    Best Paper Awards
    These awards are picked by committees delegated by the program chairs of the conference and will be awarded during the conference.


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