We encourage empirically-grounded work employing a range of methodologies—from case study analysis, to historical institutional approaches and statistical modeling – and seek participation from students in graduate programs in urban studies, public policy, planning, political science and related fields. Accepted papers will be grouped together, with an invited faculty discussant from Rutgers University and other prominent research universities in our region. We are planning for a dynamic keynote speaker, and encourage controversial findings and stimulating debate.
Abstracts are due by January 15, 2019. Full papers are due March 1, 2019.
Please fill out this form to submit your information and 300 word abstract.
Please direct any questions to Lew Bivona, firstname.lastname@example.org.