The Future of Electoral Systems: Good Practices vs. Vote Rigging
December 5, 2017, Toruń (Poland)
The Polish Political Science Yearbook invites all scholars to participate in the 6th PPSY International Seminar The Future of Electoral Systems: Good Practices vs. Vote Rigging (December 16, 2017, Toruń). The conference supports the special section of the volume 47 (1) (2018) and its objective is to consider changes and transformations of electoral systems in modern democracies, as well as an impact of new technologies on electoral practices.
The organisers invite authors with papers, posters and presentations related to following issues:
changing role of elections in modern democracies,
new perspectives in electoral studies,
evoting, cyber elections and future solutions for democracies,
best practices in electoral systems,
vote rigging and electoral manipulations,
elections and electoral systems in Central Europe.
All submitted papers will be fast-track reviewed for PPSY 47 (1) of 2018 (the peer-reviewed and indexed international journal, Polish List B 13 points). The PPSY Special Section on Central European security will be published in the journal in MayJune 2018.
How to Apply: please submit the Online Application Form before November 7, 2017. Decisions will be announced on November 9, 2017.
Forms of Participation: the organisers accept presentation of papers and posters.
Participation Fee: 250 PLN or 60 EUR, paid before November 20, 2017. The fee does not include the accommodation and costs of travel.
The Organisers: The Editorial Board of the Polish Political Science Yearbook & Nicolaus Copernicus University, Centre of Electoral Studies & Professor Czesław Mojsiewicz International Cooperation Fund & Adam Marszałek Publishing House.