Call For Panel Proposals CLOSED
The session or panel proposals should relate to the sub-themes. When submitting, please indicate under which sub-theme you propose your panel. There is no need to propose presenters at this stage. Accepted panels will then be able to host 3-5 individual papers and abstracts. Once the panel is accepted, we will include it in the call for papers (see the deadline for the call for papers). Panel chairs and co-chairs will then receive paper proposals related to their panel, and they will select from these proposals, reject them or redirect them to potential other panels.
You are also allowed to propose round tables. Use “Round table:” on the title and provide in the abstract field information on the topic, how it relates to the sub-themes and who shall be invited.
Scholars within the IASC have a tradition to use different qualitative and quantitative methods to study empirical cases and theoretical questions. The theme shall inform on the latest developments in these fields such as applications of methods like formal models (including agent-based models and dynamical systems), experimental approaches in the lab, field and cyberspace, machine learning, QCA, institutional grammar, and network analysis to derive new insights for collective action and the commons. Diverse approaches exploring various datasets of case studies in systematic ways are also welcome.