Please consider submitting your research to #TPRC49, the leading academic policy conference for communications, information, and internet policy. It will be held on Sept 24-25 in Wash, DC. At this time, it could be online, or a hybrid online/in person conference, depending on travel restrictions.
The organisers accept abstracts for papers, panels, and posters on critical policy issues. Selected papers presented at TPRC are in route to publication in top information policy journals along with a host of more disciplinary journals. A selected set of papers are presented to policy makers on the Hill, based on the theme selected for the year.
Let your students know that we offer a Student Paper Contest for a $1000 cash award and travel stipend.
Our event is a great place to advance papers for publication in top journals, gain visibility to policymakers, and network with policy scholars.
The full call for papers is available online at: http://www.tprcweb.com/tprc49-cfp. Abstracts are due March 31; student papers for the contest are due by April 30.
Also consider signing up for the TPRC newsletter to get updates at: http://www.tprcweb.com/join-our-email-list.
I am a member of the TPRC Board of Directors, which has maintained this conference year by year in a way that is independent of any specific academic association or journal. It evolved from a focus on telecommunications policy to become a much broader group of academics, policy makers, and practitioners with a serious interest in the discussion of communications, information, and Internet policy. It is hard to think of an area that is gaining more significance in today’s communication landscape.
Thanks for your interest.