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Call For Papers
 

Perspectives on Social Capital and Social Inclusion

Deadline: January 31, 2008

Conference Name: TSCF 2008 INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL CAPITAL CONFERENCE, "Perspectives on Social Capital and Social Inclusion"
Website:
http://www.socialcapital-foundation.org/conferences/2008/TSCF%20International%20Conference%202008.htm
Start Date: 9/19/2008
End Date
9/22/2008
Location:

Address:
City: Buggiba
State or Province:
Country: Malta


Description: The Social Capital Foundation invites papers and proposals for the TSCF 2008 International Social Capital Conference. The call will open on 2 January 2008. All papers and proposals should be submitted by 30 July 2008. For more detailed information (including guidelines, themes, submission and registration forms) please visit: http://www.socialcapital-foundation.org/conferences/2008/TSCF%20International%20Conference%202008.htm To submit a paper, a roundtable or to volunteer to serve as a chair or discussant, please contact conferences@socialcapital-foundation.org Papers submitted and accepted before 31 January 2008 will be inserted into the programme of the conference. Proposals are reviewed within two weeks of submission.

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