Thursday, 3 May 2012

Overview of presentations at MOPAN 2012!

MOPAN 2012 at Wageningen will feature about 90 presentations of contributors from all over the world. An overview of the accepted presentations for the general conference and the thematic tracks is available at Click on the tracks and scroll down to see the list of accepted papers.

Last chance for registration at the early bird fee of 295 EUR is on May 6th!

Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Last call for paper for the MOPAN 2012 Conference

MOPAN 2012 Conference
Last call for papers
(submission deadline extended until February 3)
19th Annual Conference on Multi-Organisational Partnerships, 
Alliances and Networks
“Multi-actor collaboration in an uncertain and ambiguous world”
July 2-4, 2012, Wageningen, the Netherlands

Confirmed keynote speakers
Prof. Barbara Gray, Pennsylvania State University
Prof. Rob van Tulder, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Dr. Steve Waddell, NetworkingAction/Bocconi University

Call for papers

The MOPAN conference series focusses on partnerships, alliances and networks between any combination of business actors, civil society actors and governmental actors. We invite papers and other contributions (symposia, workshops, games, videos, …) related to the conference theme or one of the thematic tracks outlined below. Please outline your contribution in an abstract of maximum 500 words and send it to, indicating whether you submit it to the general conference or to one of the thematic tracks.

Track 1. Dealing with frame diversity in collaborative water governance 
Track 2. Towards Version 2.0 of Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives: Rethinking business-NGO- government relationships in governing sustainable production of global commodities 
Track 3. Power in multi-stakeholder processes for development 
Track 4. Facilitating resilience in multi-actor collaboration 
Track 5. Innovation networks: self-organization and adaptive management 
Track 6. Stakeholder involvement in the United Nations 
Track 7. Network dynamics 
Track 8. Complexity leadership and sustainable development 
Track 9. Multi-actor pilot projects and policy experiments 
Track 10. Global Action Networks
Track 11. Still Joining up? Health partnerships, collaborations, networks and integrations