Due to the situation with covid-19, the conference in January 2022 is cancelled.
The Department of Public Economics of the Faculty of Economics and Administration
at Masaryk University (FEA MU) invites you
to the 25th International Conference
CURRENT TRENDS IN PUBLIC SECTOR RESEARCH
The conference will be probably held in January 2023 at the Faculty of Economics and Administration in Brno, Czech Republic.
The main topic areas include:
- Session “Public Finance”
- Session “Public Administration and Public Sector”
- Session “Public Services and Non-profit Sector”
- Poster Session
ONLY ABSTRACT should be submitted before the conference.
EXTENDED deadline for abstract submission will be announced.
Paper for review process is expected after its discussion at the conference.
Due to the limited time, only selected contributions will be discussed at the conference. The remaining contributions that will not be selected for discussion are invited to be presented as posters. You can submit your paper directly to the poster session as well.
It is possible to participate without submitting a contribution to the conference. However, the condition is the payment of conference fee.
Conference language: English
Conference proceedings (for Ph.D. students primarily)
- All the submitted papers are subject to a double-blind peer review process.
- Papers will be published in the post-conference proceedings after a successful review process.
- Conference proceedings will be sent to Thomson Reuters to be included in the Web of Science database.
- Number of accepted and rejected papers in 2014 – 2018
Previous conference proceedings (2012 – 2019) are indexed in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science (WoS).
Best papers will be recommended to be published in the Central European Journal of Public Policy, which is open-access, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal with a primary focus upon analytical, theoretical and methodological articles in the field of public policy.
Participants of the conference are invited to submit extended versions of their papers to the Review of Economic Perspectives (a peer-reviewed scientific journal indexed in Scopus, ERIH+, EconLit, EBSCOhost, RePEC/EconPapers and other electronic databases)