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Armenian International Policy Research Group (AIPRG)

TITLE: Conference call for papers

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Armenian, Diaspora and non-Armenian scholars and
professionals involved in the areas of relevance for economic, social and
governance development.

INTENDED AUDIENCE: Accomplished researchers and policy practitioners
specializing in the issues related to economic development of Armenia,
specialists from the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the
Armenian Government, foreign embassies, etc.

START DATE/ TIME: January 2005

LOCATION: Washington, DC

DETAIL DESCRIPTION: AIPRG organizes annual conferences and periodic
seminars to promote discussion and debate, and to initiate an overall policy
dialogue covering a wide range of important issues facing Armenia and the
Diaspora. Through such research and conferences, the group works closely
with leading development agencies, international financial institutions, the
donor community, individual researchers, and policy practitioners to promote
a greater understanding of the challenges facing Armenia and its Diaspora
today.

The third annual conference of the Armenian International Policy Research
Group will be held in January 2005, in Washington, DC. While the focus of
this year conference will be on the issues related to distribution of income
and social safety nets, papers from all areas of relevance for economic
development and growth are welcome. References should be made to the
following broadly-defined sections:

Growth and Poverty Reduction
Social Sector Reforms (Education, Health, and Social Security)
Taxation and Fiscal Policy
Institutional Reforms and Governance
Banking and Finance
Diaspora's Role and Channels of Involvement
Trade, Regional Cooperation, and Geopolitics

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Prospective authors should email abstracts to
[email protected] by September 15, 2004. The Selection
Committee will notify authors of accepted abstracts by October 1, 2004.
Select papers will be considered for publication in the Armenian Journal of
Public Policy. All conference participants, including authors, may register
on-line by visiting
http://www.armpolicyresearch.org/Con...gistration.htm


The final agenda along with the list of confirmed papers will be circulated
by January 1, 2005. The official language of the conference is English. For
more information on the AIPRG please visit www.armpolicyresearch.org. or
contact AIPRG Armenia office
Tel: (3741)512 670, (3749) 403 283
E-mail: [email protected]
Please clearly mention in your application that you learned of this event
through Career Center and mention the URL of its website -
www.careercenter.am, Thanks.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: The abstracts should be e-mailed to
[email protected] by September 15, 2004
The deadline for completed papers is December 10, 2004.

ABOUT COMPANY: The Armenian International Policy Research Group (AIPRG) is
a nonpartisan, nonpolitical association that conducts and promotes research
to encourage a positive discussion and examination of public policy issues
of significance to Armenia and the Diaspora. The AIPRG seeks to consolidate
existing Armenia-related expertise by bringing together accomplished
researchers and practitioners who specialize in economics, political
science, law, and government affairs.

As a nonpartisan association examining public policy issues of relevance to
Armenia and the Diaspora, the AIPRG seeks to advance capacity building by
providing opportunities for aspiring young professionals to develop their
skills through research and collaboration with leading experts in their
respective fields. In addition to conducting research and evaluation, the
AIPRG also organizes annual conferences and periodic seminars to promote
discussion and debate, and to initiate an overall policy dialogue covering a
wide range of important issues facing Armenia and the Diaspora. Through such
research and conferences, the group works closely with leading development
agencies, international financial institutions, the donor community,
individual researchers, and policy practitioners to promote a greater
understanding of the challenges facing Armenia and its Diaspora today.
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