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Calls for Papers

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DEADLINE -31 JULY 2018

Abstracts of up to 250 words are being solicited for Volume 11, Issues 2 and 3 of The Foundation Review.

Issue 11.2, sponsored by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Walton Family Foundation, the McKnight Foundation, and the Kauffman Foundation, is focused on how foundations learn collaboratively with others, including grantees, community stakeholders, government and other funders. Abstracts are due by July 31, 2018.

Issue 11.3 is unthemed and papers on any topic relevant to organized philanthropy are invited. Abstracts are due Sept. 15, 2018.

View the Call for Papers for full details.

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DEADLINE - 30 SEPTEMBER 2018

Cultural Trends Share your Research: Symposium on Program and Policy Evaluation in Cultural Affairs

Taylor & Francis

Decision-makers in the private and public sectors pursue desired outcomes for the creative industries, and the cultural sector in general, through various programs and policies. This puts great importance on empirical analyses of the success, or lack of success, in achieving those desired outcomes. Rigorous evaluation of programs and policies is essential in learning what interventions are more effective than others in achieving goals, the relative cost of programs relative to their outcomes, what are the unintended consequences of programs and policies, and ultimately in improving the efficacy of cultural policy.

This call for papers seeks original applications of program and policy evaluation in the creative industries and arts policy. Examples of topics (among many possibilities) include:

  • The effectiveness of ‘creative placemaking’ grants in generating local social and economic change;
  • Tax incentives for local clusters in creative industries;
  • Infrastructure investments to support the development of the creative industries;
  • Minimum standards for domestic content regulations in production and/or distribution of media;
  • Policies designed to increase levels of diversity in audiences, and within arts presenting organizations;
  • Arts education and arts participation;
  • The distribution of vouchers for arts consumption;
  • Tax incentives for charitable donations to the arts, in cash and in kind;
  • International ‘soft power’ cultural programs.

Papers are welcome from all countries (or involving international comparisons), and in all parts of the arts and creative industries.

 

Submission Instructions

A brief (single-page) abstract that states clearly the program or policy to be evaluated, the available data, and the method to be used should be sent to Michael Rushton of Indiana University at mirushto@indiana.edu by September 30, 2018. Authors of selected proposals will be invited to share their research at a symposium to be held in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, Bloomington Indiana, in Spring 2019, and will be considered for publication in a special edition of the journal Cultural Trends.

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DEADLINE - 15 DECEMBER 2018

Call for Papers

Special Issue of the Journal of Business Ethics

The Ethics of the Commons

 

Submission Deadline: 15 December 2018

 

Guest editors

Helen Haugh, University of Cambridge, UK, h.haugh@jbs.cam.ac.uk

Marek Hudon, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, mhudon@ulb.ac.be

Camille Meyer, University of Victoria, Canada, camillemeyer@uvic.ca

Ana Maria Peredo, University of Victoria, Canada, aperedo@uvic.ca

 

Introduction to the Special Issue

The concept of ‘the commons’ has a long history (Sison & Fontrodona, 2012) and during the last three decades has generated increasing excitement in the scholarly literature. A major factor in the surge of interest has been the work inspired by Elinor Ostrom, Nobel memorial prize in economics sciences laureate for 2009, especially when linked to the economic and social crises that have fostered interest in different ways of organizing economic life. Recovering and implementing the concept of the commons has been hailed by scholars and practitioners as a way of creating new collective wealth (Akrivou & Sison, 2016; Bollier & Helfrich, 2014; Tedmanson et al., 2015), and for addressing what are seen as the societal ills created by neoliberalism (Caffentzis, 2010).

 

This is a call for submissions to a special issue of the Journal of Business Ethics aimed at providing an overarching perspective on the ethical dimensions and drivers of the phenomenon labelled ‘the commons’. In its broadest sense, ‘the commons’ is understood to refer simply to resources of many kinds, e.g., open access and public goods, where no individual person has the right to exclude others from enjoying their benefits. Ostrom focuses on the common property regime - a tighter concept of the commons wherein some group succeeds in making a ‘common pool resource’ a shared benefit by establishing the right of exclusion from it and managing it in a way that avoids the infamous ‘tragedy of the commons’ (Ostrom, 1990, 1999; Ostrom & Hess, 2008).  This special issue particularly welcomes more bounded conceptualization of the commons.

 

To learn more, click here.

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DEADLINE - ROLLING

Call for Submissions
 
Philanthropy & Education is pleased to announce a call for submissions for the inaugural November 2016 publication. The journal is sponsored by Teachers College, Columbia University and published by Indiana University Press.
 
The journal’s mission is to promote scholarship and inform practice around philanthropy, which is broadly defined as including, but not limited to: fundraising, volunteerism, civic engagement, alumni relations, corporate social responsibility, prosocial behavior development, and the professionalization of the field of practice. Thus, Philanthropy & Education seeks to publish empirical and scholarly studies that are accessible to practitioners with clear implication for implementation.
 
The Editorial Board will welcome papers from all aspects of education (K-20+), both domestically and internationally, from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including but not limited to: anthropology, economics, history, law, management, political science, psychology, public administration, religious studies, social work, and sociology. To further the journal's mission, Philanthropy & Education encourages submissions from scholar-practitioners, particularly those who have recently completed their dissertations.
 
More information about Philanthropy & Education, as well as detailed submission guidelines and instructions, can be found here: http://iupress.indiana.edu/journals/ped/. Question can be directed to: philanedu@tc.columbia.edu.
 
We look forward to reviewing exciting submissions in the coming months

 

 

 

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