[征稿公告]2018公共事物治理国际研讨会

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        “2018公共事物治理国际研讨会”将于2018年10月13日在中国北京的清华大学公共管理学院举行。“公共事物治理国际研讨会”是中国首个以公共事物(Commons)为主题的专业学术会议,今年的会议主题是“纪念《公地悲剧》发表50年”。此次会议由清华大学公共管理学院主办,会议主席由清华大学公共管理学院副院长王亚华教授担任。

        公共事物的概念有狭义和广义之分。根据西方经济学中关于物品属性的经典分类,狭义的公共事物是指具有非排他性和竞争性的公共物品,灌溉、土地、森林、草原、渔业资源都是典型的公共事物。从广义来看,公共事物的研究对象已经从传统的公共池塘资源发展到更具一般性的除了私人物品以外的公共资源或共享资源,如城市公共区域、互联网、大气环境、共享经济、知识等。公共事物治理的研究在中国是一个相对新兴的学科方向。这是一个跨学科的理论与应用领域,专注于增进理解公共事物的治理和管理、探讨以社区为基础的自然资源和各类共享资源的可持续解决方案。公共事物治理研讨会是一个汇集不同领域的研究者、实践者和政策制定者的知识平台,旨在讨论、理解和促进中国和世界范围内的公共事物研究。

        2018公共事物治理研讨会借《公地悲剧》发表50周年的契机,聚焦各个公共事物治理在中国情境下的治理经验、政策和理论。中国有很多很好的公共事物治理的实践传统,但进入新世纪以来,中国经历着快速的经济增长,不断加速的城市化进程,接受良好教育和更加富裕的人们对更好生活的需求日益增长,对自然资源等公共事物利用的需求不断升级,空气、水和土壤污染严重,这些给中国的公共事物治理带来了新的挑战。研讨会将邀请该领域世界知名的专家在发表主旨演讲,与各位学者一起探索有中国特色的公共事物治理之道,推进公共事物治理在中国的学科建设与政策应用。

        我们欢迎聚焦中国公共事物的治理、创新及转型的中英文论文和摘要(英文优先),主题包括:

  1. 产权与公共事物治理;
  2. 公共事物治理的中国经验;
  3. 传统公共事物(如灌溉、土地、森林、草原、渔业资源等)的治理;
  4. 新兴公共事物(城市公共区域、互联网、大气环境、共享经济、知识等)的治理.

投稿须知

参会关键时间

        2018年9月10日(周一)前收集摘要。

        2018年9月30日(周日)前收集全文。

        2018年10月13日(周六)召开研讨会。

 摘要和论文提交程序

    (1) 2018年9月10日前,请下载附件的摘要提交表格,填写表格,以word附件形式电邮会议组委会:tsinghuacommons@163.com;

    (2) 2018年9月10日至9月30日间,请下载附件的全文格式模板,按照格式编辑全文,以word附件形式电邮会议组委会:tsinghuacommons@163.com。


参会财务事宜
       凡提交论文被会议录用者,免交会议注册费,会议提供一定的餐费补助,其它参会费用(包括旅费、当地食宿等花销)自理。


提交、宣讲和发表事宜
    (1) 所有提交都必须是英文或中文的(英文优先)。

    (2) 摘要的文本长度在200-300词,全文的文本长度在7000-10000词(含参考文献、注释、摘要和图表)。

    (3) 会上宣讲时间为15分钟,可以使用ppt、音视频等多媒体方式展示。

    (4) 达到英文发表水平的宣讲论文将推荐向国际期刊《国际公共事物学报》(International Journal of the Commons)投稿。根据宣读论文的数量和质量,高水平论文将考虑结集出版。

     2018 Commons Workshop will be held on 13th October 2018 at School ofPublic Policy and Management, Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. This is thefirst professional academic conference of China around commons and the theme ofthis year’s workshop is the 50th Anniversary of “Governing the Commons”. Thisworkshop is organized by the School of Public Policy and Management at TsinghuaUniversity. Prof. Yahua Wang, Associate Dean of the School of Public Policy andManagement, Tsinghua University, will chair this workshop.

       According to the typical classification of the Western economics, thecommons narrowly refer to the common-pool resources of difficult exclusion andhigh subtractability, including irrigation, land, forest, grassland, fisheryand so on. A broader concept of the commons has been developed to sharedresources, such as city commons, internet, climate, shared economy andknowledge. The study of the commons is a relatively new research field inChina. This field comprises of an interdisciplinary domain with a theoreticaland an applied focus on advancing understanding, the improvement of commonsgovernance and management, and the crafting of sustainable solutions forcommunity-based natural resources or any other form of shared resources. The Commons Workshop is a knowledge platform that aims to bring togetherresearchers, practitioners and policymakers from different disciplines and sectorsin order to discuss, understand, and promote the study of commons in China aswell as in the rest of the world.

      In the 50th anniversary of “Governing the Commons”, 2018 Commons Workshopfocuses on the practice, policy and theory of the commons governance under the Chinese contexts. China has a lot of good traditions in governing the commons,but entering the new century, the commons governance and policy in China isfacing new challenges due to rapid economic growth and urbanization thateducated middle class and expanding affluent people have steadily growingdemand of resource uses for a better standard of living and quality of life.The Workshop will invite the leading scholars well-known worldwide in thisprofessional field to deliver keynote speeches, but also invite scholars toexplore the commons governance in China and promote the discipline constructionand policy application.

     We welcome papers andabstracts in English or Chinese (English is priority) with a focus on Chinesecommons governance, innovation and transition in China, including:

  1. Property rights and governing the commons;
  2. Governing the commons in China;
  3. Governing the traditional commons (e.g. irrigation, land, forest,grassland, fishery …);
  4. Governing the emergence commons (e.g. city commons, internet,climate, shared economy, knowledge …).

Submission Guidelines

Key timelines

        Abstract collectiondeadline: 10th Sep. 2018 (Mon.)

        Full paper collectiondeadline: 30th Sep. 2018 (Sun.).

        Workshop time: 13th Oct.2018 (Sat.).

● Process for the abstract and full paper submission

        1. By 10th. Sep. 2018, please downloadthe Annex and fill the “2018 commons workshop- abstract submission form.doc” and email the .doc document with attachment tothe Workshop Secretariat: tsinghuacommons@163.com;

        2. During 10th. Sep. and 30th Sep., pleasedownload the “2018 commons workshop – full paper guidance.doc” and prepare yourfull paper with the guidance, emailing the .doc document with attachment to theWorkshop Secretariat: tsinghuacommons@163.com.

● Financial issues
        For participants whose papers areaccepted for presentation at the workshop, conference registration fee iswaived. Please note fare, accommodation and food are self-funded byparticipants.

● Issues of submission, presentation and publication
        (1) All submissions should be inEnglish (either US or UK spelling are allowed) or Chinese (English is priority).
        (2) The text of your abstract should be200-300 words and the full paper should be 7000-10000 words (includingreferences, footnotes, abstracts and figures/tables).
        (3) The presentation on the Workshopwill last between 15minutes, and PowerPoint, videos and audios can be used.
        (4) The presented English papers thatmeet publication standards will be recommended to submit to International Journal of the Commons.Papers will also be considered to be published on an edited book depending onthe quality and quantity of presented papers.