Call for Papers for
the 17th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference

The annual meeting of NEPS will be held at the University of Antwerp, Belgium, on June 26-28, 2017
Host of the conference will be Marijke Verpoorten.
All abstracts (150-250 words) with a tentative title must be submitted by 30th January 2017.
Here the complete call for papers.

Call for papers for
the 2017 Meeting of the European Public Choice Society
The Meeting will be held from April, 19th-22nd 2017 at the Central European University’s School of Public Policy in Budapest, Hungary.
Empirical, experimental, and theoretical papers will be considered. 
Submit full papers via the online submission form (on the complete call for papers, see below) from: September 1, 2016
Deadline for submission: November 30, 2016
Decisions will be made by: January 15, 2017.
For more information, here the complete call for papers.

The Institute for Economics
and Peace new reports

Positive Peace Report 2016 - This report introduces new thinking and evidence about Positive Peace. Positive Peace is defined as the attitudes, institutions and structures that create and sustain peaceful societies. These same factors also lead to many other positive outcomes that support an optimum environment in which human potential can flourish.
Without a better understanding of how societies operate, it will not be possible to solve humanity’s major challenges. Positive Peace combined with systems thinking provides a unique framework from which to better manage human a airs.
 Here the report.
Sustainable Development Goals 2016 - This report by the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) focuses on how to practically measure Sustainable Development Goal 16 - Peace, justice and strong institutions. The full objective of this goal is to ‘promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build e ective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels’. In many respects, Goal 16 is the most ambitious goal of the Sustainable Development Goals and faces unique practical challenges in its measurement and implementation
. Here the report.

September, 2016
NEPS Members' 

Falco, C., and Rotondi, V, The Less Extreme, the More You Leave: Radical Islam and Willingness to Migrate,(2016), Word Development.
Link to the abstract.
A working paper version of it was previously presented at the 15th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference. 
Proceedings of the
16th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference
Also this year the proceedings will be published as short papers/letters in a special issue on Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy (PEPS, to be released on December 2016. 
This year, the special issue collecting the proceedings will be edited by Arzu Kibris and Daniel Meierrieks.

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