The Network of European Peace Scientists (NEPS) is pleased to announce that the 19th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference, annual meeting of NEPS, will take place at the Institute of Social Studies , The Hague, Netherlands on 24th-26th June 2019

Mansoob Murshed will be the local host of the conference. 

Also, we are delighted to inform you that the NEPS Lecture will be given by Jean Paul Azam , University of Toulouse. 

We welcome presentations that address any issue relating to peace and security broadly defined. As in the past, we strive for a multi-disciplinary program comprising contributions with a wide range of theoretical and methodological approaches, including strictly theoretical work, game theory and formal modeling, statistical and econometric analysis, qualitative studies, and experiments. Programs and lists of participants of previous editions are available athttp://www.europeanpeacescientists.org/jan.html

All abstracts (150-250 words) with a tentative title must be submitted by 31st January 2019 

PhD students are eligible for the Stuart A. Bremer Award. Eligible papers cannot be co-authored with a senior researcher. The winner is rewarded with a bursary to attend the conference of the Peace Science Society (International). If you are a PhD student, please mention your status. List of previous winners is available here

Those who are interested in participating should submit their proposal including abstract, title, author’s name(s), affiliation(s) to the following address: conference@europeanpeacescientists.org.

Please specify also whether you would be willing to present your paper as a poster. 

Conference fees are: 110 euros for senior researchers (NEPS members), 150 euros for senior researchers (non-members), 70 euros for PhD students (NEPS members), 80 euros for PhD students (non-members).

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