TRANSITION AND DEVELOPING ECONOMIES AWARD 2021
Previously known as the ‘Global South Award’, the International Public Policy Association awards the Transition and Developing Economies Award biennially to an academic employed on a full-time basis in a university located in a country identified as a developing or transition economy, and whose publications (book or articles) are directly related to public policy and/or public administration issues in one or more such countries. The award recognizes the outstanding contribution of a mid-career to senior scholar to the development of the field of Public Policy and/or Public Administration within either a developing or transition country contexts. The successful candidate will have an established record of theoretical and empirical scholarly publications as well as service to the profession.
To be eligible for 2021 Award, the nominee should be academic employed on a full-time basis in a university located in a country identified as a developing economy, and whose publications (book or articles) are directly related to public policy and/or public administration issues in one or more of the identified countries.
Self-nomination is not allowed.
The call for nominations will be open from 2 November 2020 – 8 January 2021
The Award winner will be determined by a jury established by IPPA. The jury will be chaired by: Prof. Jose-Luis Mendez (El Colegio Mexico)
Nominations for the Transition and Developing Economies Award must be submitted online via the IPPA website by one correspondent who has compiled all the relevant materials of the candidate into one single file submission.
The file must contain the following:
- Supporting statements from academics and policy researchers in scholarly institutions – preferably based in three different countries – advocating the merits of the candidate. This may be either one statement co-signed or three brief letters of support, but comprising no more than three pages in total. At least one of the nominators must be an IPPA member.
- CV of nominee
- One book manuscript or 3 other representative items (book chapters, journal articles or significant policy reports) of published work of the nominee available via open access or in downloadable e-format
The nominators must commit to helping organize a panel devoted to the winner’s work at the ICCP5 should the nomination be successful.