Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Call for papers: Conference on Regulation and Competition Policy for Development

Call for Papers on international conference
Regulation and Competition Policy for Development: Challenges and Practice
27 – 28 January 2010
The University of Jordan

The papers (of maximum 25 pages, in English or Arabic) can cover any area of regulation and competition policy and practice in developing and emerging economies, including the transfer or relevance of developed country practice for developing countries. Please note that the deadline for the submission of papers is 15 October 2009.

There is a US $100 nominal conference fee for academic participants submitting papers at the conference. The conference fee for other non-academic participants is US $250. All registered participants will receive the conference case with all relevant conference papers, CDs, and other materials.

The University of Jordan can assist participants in reserving hotel rooms at discounted rates, although participants will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation expenses.

Registration information and the application form can be found at the University of Jordan web site at the following address:

For more information, please call:
Faculty of Business
The University of Jordan
Phone: +962-6-5355000 Ext. 24200
Fax: +962-6-5355510
Amman 11942 Jordan

Guidelines for Conference Papers
- Only papers in Arabic or English can be accepted
- The abstract of the paper should not be more than one A4 size sheet
- The complete paper must be printed on A4 paper using- Time News Roman 12pt font. The full paper should not exceed 25 pages
- Final version of papers must be received either on CD by post or via e-mail to the address indicated above.

Invited Participants
- Academic faculty members from national, regional, and international universities
- Public sector managers especially of public utility and privatised organisations
- Representatives of governmental and non-governmental organisations interested in regulation and competition policy.

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