In the frame of the on-line application procedure all authors should decide if they provide only abstract of the paper or full paper for publishing in the conference e-proceedings.
All authors submitting full papers for the NISPAcee conference agree that NISPAcee obtains the copyright (that is, the right of use of all accepted papers) for the following purposes and with the following limitations on both sides:
1) NISPAcee has the right to include, publish and distribute the submitted and accepted papers in the "conference proceedings” in electronic form. Only those papers written according to the NISPAcee manuscript guidelines will be published in the conference e-proceedings.
2) In addition, NISPAcee has the right to publish the best selected articles, either in a special monograph publication volume, or in a ‘NISPAcee Journal of Public Administration and Policy’. The selection is made according to peer review principles and the approval of the respective authors is required.
3) Authors maintain the right to publish (or utilise in any other way) the results of their study/research with another publisher, either in an identical or modified version but not prior to, in between, or during the period of at least 6 months after the conference.
NISPAcee copyright policy does not concern papers presented at the 20th ANNIVERSARY WORKSHOP of the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis.