IJCLP Call for Papers for Yale A2K Conference Apr 21-23 2006

From: Stevan Harnad <harnad_at_ecs.soton.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006 20:14:32 +0000

Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006 20:41:56 +0100
From: Rotenberg, Boris
To: Stevan Harnad

The International Journal of Communications Law & Policy (IJCLP)
is pleased to announce a special call for papers supported through a
grant from the Open Society Institute (OSI), in conjunction with the
Yale Information Society Project's Access to Knowledge (A2K) Conference
taking place on April 21-23, 2006 at Yale Law School.

The OSI has kindly agreed to support the IJCLP to attract
contributions for its Special Fall 2006 Issue on A2K, from those
countries listed as developing and transition countries. The
complete list of countries included in this call is available at
<http://www.soros.org/openaccess/grants-available.shtml#countries>. We
invite authors resident in any of these countries to submit papers
to the journal in response to our latest call for papers and writing
competition on A2K (see http://www.ijclp.org <http://www.ijclp.org/>
). Any paper selected for publication will receive financial support
from our OSI grant. Such support shall include a small stipend to each
author in addition to free editorial processing by the Journal. Please
note that authors who submit papers for this call are also eligible for
the writing competition awards.

Submissions for publication under the terms of this OSI grant must
be received at the latest by noon EST, May 1st, 2006. Papers may be
submitted on any A2K-related issue, provided that they lie within
the central focus of the IJCLP ^^ communications law & policy. All
submissions should be written in English in .rtf or .pdf format. They
should conform to academic citation standards, be no longer than 25,000
words, and include an abstract of up to 250 words. Submissions should be
e-mailed simultaneously to the lead editors of the IJCLP, Simone Francesco
Bonetti (simo.bonetti [at] tiscalinet [dot] it) and Sudhir Krishnaswamy
(krishnaswamysudhir [at] gmail [dot] com). Inquiries may be addressed
to any of the above.
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