ComplianceNet Conference 2020
at University College London (UCL)
The ComplianceNet 2020 conference will take place on June 29 – 30, 2020, and will be hosted by the University College London (UCL) School of Public Policy/Department of Political Science and the UCL Global Governance Institute. We are currently accepting panel or paper submissions, with a submission deadline of January 24, 2020.
Prospective participants may submit either panel proposals (containing three to five thematically-linked papers) or individual paper proposals (which will be assigned to thematic panels after the submission deadline of January 24, 2020).
The submission deadline is January 24, 2020, and we aim to notify prospective speakers within one month.
You may register for the conference and propose papers or panels here. There are three options:
1. Individual Papers
For individual papers, please choose the option “Single Paper Proposal” and submit the paper title and abstract (up to 200 words).
For panels, if you are the panel organiser, please choose the option “Panel Proposal”, submit the panel title and an integrative statement about the panel (up to 200 words). If you as the panel organiser are also presenting a paper on the panel, please also present your paper title and abstract (up to 200 words).
If you are part of a proposed panel, but are not the organiser, please choose the option “Papers Within a Panel Proposal” and enter the panel title, paper title and an abstract (up to 200 words).
3. Attend without Presenting
If you would like to attend, but do not want to present a paper or a panel, please choose the “Attendance Without Presenting” option. You may select this option up until March 13, 2020.
All eligible participants will be able to put themselves forward for the Best Paper Award by a Junior Scholar and the Best Paper Award by a Senior Scholar. Information on how to do so will follow shortly. We will also be giving out a Lifetime Achievement Award for seminal contributions to the study of compliance.