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2018 APPAM International Conference Policy Areas

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International Conference Policy Areas

The theme of the 2018 APPAM International Conference is “Public Policy for Sustainable Metropolitan Development" and will focus on the policy areas and sub-topics listed below.


Not sure where to submit? If you normally submit your research to the APPAM Fall Research Conference, here's
how the policy areas translate for the 2018 International Conference:

If you submit to this area for the
Fall Research Conference…
Use this area for the
2018 International Conference.
Crime, Justice, and Drugs >
Secure and Resilient Cities
Education > Sustainable Social Services Across the Life Course
Employment and Training Programs > Sustainable Economic Development
Family and Child Policy > Sustainable Social Services Across the Life Course
Health Policy > Sustainable Social Services Across the Life Course
Housing, Community Development, and Urban Policy >
Planning and Public Participation and Inclusion OR
Sustainable Urban and Metropolitan Development
Innovations in Science and Technology > Most anywhere!
Methods and Tools of Analysis >
Most anywhere!
National Security and Homeland Security > Secure and Resilient Cities
Natural Resource, Energy, and Environmental Policy > Environmental Sustainability
Population and Migration Issues >
Planning and Public Participation and Inclusion OR
Sustainable Economic Development
Poverty and Income Policy >
Secure and Resilient Cities OR
Sustainable Social Services Across the Life Course
Public and Nonprofit Management and Finance >
Sustainable Government OR
Sustainable Economic Development
Social Equity and Race > Planning and Public Participation and Inclusion

 

Submissions are now closed.
Notifications will be sent at the end of March.

 

2018 Policy Areas

  • Environmental Sustainability
    • Combating Climate Change
    • Clean Energy
    • Pollution Mitigation
    • Renewable Energy
    • Water
    • Other
  • Planning and Public Participation and Inclusion
    • Cultural & Historical Heritage
    • Minorities and Identity
    • Public Participation
    • Rights to the City
    • Sustainable planning & Metro Coordination
    • Other
  • Secure and Resilient Cities
    • Disaster and Reconstruction
    • Food and Nutritional Security
    • Gang and Criminal Mitigation
    • Metropolitan Criminal Justice
    • Policing and Public Safety
    • Other
  • Sustainable Economic Development
    • Informality
    • Immigration
    • Labor Markets
    • Metropolitan employment policies
    • Natural disasters
    • Sectoral Investments
    • Taxation
    • Other
  • Sustainable Government
    • Administrative Reform & Municipal Strengthening
    • Fiscal Policy and Sustainable Financial Management
    • Intergovernmental Relations
      (including rural-urban linkages)
    • NGOs and Philanthropic Org
    • Polices to Address Inequality
    • Sustaining Electoral Democracy
    • Urban Governance
    • Other
  • Sustainable Social Services Across
    the Life Course
    • Demographic Change Ageing
    • Education Policies and Child Development
    • Health Care
    • Social Services and Wellbeing
    • Other
  • Sustainable Urban and Metropolitan Development
    • Building Resilience
    • Housing and Land Markets
    • Public Infrastructure
    • Spatial Mobility Patterns
    • Spatial Segregation/Displacement
    • Transportation
    • Other

 

 
 
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