Data for Policy 2021
Call for Contributions
Track 1: Data-driven Transformations in Governance & Policy
Track 2: Data Technologies & Analytics for Policy & Governance
Track 3: Policy Frameworks, Governance and Management of Data-driven Innovations
Track 4: Ethics, Equity and Trust in Policy Data Interactions
Track 5: Algorithmic Governance
Track 6: Data to Tackle Global Issues and Dynamic Societal Threats
‘Arguments, algorithms and tools: what do we need to shape policy and confront misinformation post-pandemic?’ Track Chairs: Jaron Porciello, Ulrike Hahn and Stephan Lewandowsky
‘Facilitating Data-Driven Innovation for Sustainability: Policy Frameworks and Measures for Data Governance’ Track Chair: Masaru Yarime
‘Systematic Engagement: Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and the design challenge of inclusion, sustainability and data ownership’ Track Chairs: Ronit Purian and Avi Cohen
Submissions will be accepted in the following categories:
1) Individual Research/Policy/Practitioner proposals to standard or special tracks in the form of full research papers or ii) extended abstracts
For the benefit of those authors who wish to submit their paper for consideration in the open-access Data & Policy Journal (cambridge.org/dap) published by Cambridge University Press, we are integrating the review process for the Conference into that of the Journal; it is intended that the reviews performed for the Conference will be considered as part of the Journal’s peer-review procedure, leading to faster decisions in the Journal and the potential of publication ahead of the Conference. The review process is likely to include multiple iterations that extend beyond the timeline of the conference, and publication is subject to reviewer comments being reflected in the final paper. Note that Conference acceptance does not guarantee publication in Data & Policy.
2) Individual Research/Policy/Practitioner proposals to standard or special tracks in the form of extended abstracts
3) Session proposals to standard or special tracks in the form of 3-4 presentations from researchers and/or practitioners, each of whom must provide an abstract.