Call for Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS: URBAN
The National Institute of
Urban Affairs (NIUA) is a premier institute for urban
research in India. Its main aim is to assist and strengthen the
decision-making process by making available to policy makers a
critical and objective analysis of the urban situation as well
as alternative sets of approaches to urban problems.
Submissions of papers are
invited for the institute's bi-annual journal URBAN INDIA on
issues related to urban development, management and governance
including urbanisation and urban policy, urban management,
financing of urban infrastructure and services, urban poverty,
urban environment, municipal finance, e-governance, and
decentralisation besides others. The submission should not
generally exceed 6000-8000 words including tables and
India is announcing three 'Call for contributions',
as mentioned below.
Case Studies / Projects Showcase (Guidelines attached)
Theme : Low Carbon Cities, (last date 15.2.13)
Theme : Urban Reforms, (last date 15.6.13)
Guidelines for Manuscript
Manuscripts should be submitted
in duplicate to NIUA. Alternatively, they should be mailed to
the Editorial team at NIUA firstname.lastname@example.org
. The length of the text should not exceed 6000 -8000 words
including tables and references. An Abstract of 100 -150 words
must be given. Illustrations, Maps and Graphs should be
submitted on separate sheets. Material submitted to the Journal
should not be published/ under review for publication elsewhere:
a Declaration to this effect should accompany the manuscript. On
acceptance of the manuscript for publication in the Journal, the
author is required to submit the material in soft copy either by
mail or on Compact Disk in MS Word format. Any complex Tables
and Graphs must be submitted separately in Excel.
References should appear at the
end of the main text before tables and figures. It should be
double spaced and listed in alphabetical order by author's name.
References should appear as follows:
(1958), Liquidity Preference as Behaviour Towards Risk, Review
of Economic Studies, Vol. 25, 65-86. Note that journal titles
should not be abbreviated.
contributions to collective works
K., Meltzer, A.H. (1990), Money supply, in: Friedman, B.M., and
F.H. Hahn, eds., Handbook of Monetary Economics, Vol. 1,357-396,
R. (1980), Open Economy Macroeconomics, Basic Books, New York.
Authors should send a brief
resume indicating institutional affiliation, title of position,
address, phone/fax number and email address.
editorial correspondence and subscription enquiries should be
Institute of Urban Affairs, (NIUA)
4-B, First Floor, India Habitat Centre
Road, New Delhi-110003.
24617513, Fax: 011 - 24617513