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COVID-19 and its related issues

Thématiques COVID-19 - « Cahiers Droit, sciences et technologies »

Cahiers Droit, sciences et technologies journal

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Published on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 by Céline Guilleux

Summary

The Cahiers Droit, Sciences & Technologies are launching their call for papers for issue 11 (issue November 2020). The following themes, linked to the health crisis Covid-19 are privileged: Covid-19 and scientific expertise (organisation, links with decision making, etc.), Covid-19 and public decision making in a situation of uncertainty, Covid-19, clinical trials and clinical ethics, Covid-19 and tracking of individuals.

Announcement

Call for papers for issue 11/2020 of the "Cahiers Droit, sciences & technologies" (issue November 2020)

Presentation

The Cahiers Droit, Sciences & Technologies are launching their call for papers for issue 11 (issue November 2020). The following themes, linked to the health crisis "Covid-19" are privileged: "Covid-19 and scientific expertise (organisation, links with decision making, etc.)", "Covid-19 and public decision making in a situation of uncertainty", "Covid-19, clinical trials and clinical ethics", "Covid-19 and tracking of individuals". Any contribution relating to the general theme of Law, Science and Technology is also welcome. The Cahiers Droit, Sciences & Technologies is a legal periodical open to interdisciplinarity and which aims to strengthen, disseminate and raise the profile of research work devoted to the framework of science and technology, more generally in the field labelled "STS" by Anglo-American doctrine (Science and Technology Studies or Science, Technology and Society).

The Cahiers Droit, Sciences et Technologies (Law, Science and Technology Papers):

1. report, in the form of "chronicles", on textual and jurisprudential developments in the major fields of science and technology (biotechnologies, nanotechnologies, bioethics, NICTs, etc.);

2. address, in the form of original scientific articles and thematic dossiers, the major classical and contemporary legal issues raised by scientific and technical developments;

3. offer interviews and reading notes on these same issues.

The Cahiers Droit, Sciences & Technologies are published twice a year, in early May and early November. They are both available in hard copy (published by the University Press of Aix-Marseille (PUAM)) and in free access on Openedition. https://journals.openedition.org/cdst/.

Subscription is offered on the LGDJ.fr platform.

Terms of submission

Proposals for publication must be sent to the direction of Cahiers Droit, Sciences & Technologies,

before 15 July 2020,

either by post or by e-mail to the following address

Christine Noiville, ISJPS, University of Paris 1, Building 1, 3rd floor, 37 Bd de Port Royal, 75013 Paris; christine.noiville@gmail.comor cdstedition@gmail.com.

Articles, necessarily original and not already published in other journals, must not exceed 55,000 characters including spaces and notes.

They must be typed in Times New Roman 12, single-spaced, Times New Roman 12, with footnotes formatted in Times New Roman 10, and must be accompanied by a ten-to twenty-line abstract in the language of the article submitted and in English/French.

Evaluation

All articles are submitted anonymously for opinion to two specialists appointed by the editorial committee of Cahiers Droit, Sciences & Technologies

Subjects

  • Law (Main subject)

Date(s)

  • Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Keywords

  • covid-19

Contact(s)

  • rafaele pedersen
    courriel : rpeders [at] univ-paris1 [dot] fr

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Information source

  • Christine Noiville
    courriel : cdstedition [at] gmail [dot] com

To cite this announcement

« COVID-19 and its related issues », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, https://calenda.org/772429

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