1st Global Conference on Transparency Research
RUTGERS University, School of Publics Affairs and Administration-Netwark, may 19-20, 2011
The purpose of the conference is to bring together scholars from a wide range of fields including sociology, anthropology, political science, public administration, economics, political economy, journalism, business, and law who study issues of governmental transparency.
This is the first large meeting of its kind to bring together leading scholars from throughout the world to collectively advance our understanding of the impact and implications of transparency policies that involve governments, either directly or indirectly. This includes policies on access to information held by and about governments, transparency relationships between government entities, transparency relationships between governments and private and nonprofit entities, and access to information held by government about individuals. We are interested in learning about the effects of these policies and the processes around which they are developed and implemented.
Rutgers School of Law-Newark (primary sponsor)
Center for Studies on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information -CELE-, School of Law, Palermo University, Argentina
The Constitution Unit, University College London, UK
Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions
School of Public Administration, Renmin University of China
School of Public Administration and Public Policy, Kookmin University, Korea
School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA), Rutgers University-Newark, USA
This conference is made possible through a generous grant from the Louis and Samuel Pratt
Program for Freedom of Information.