Policy and Procedures

Extended Articles on Policies and Procedures

It is the responsibility of the discussant to read carefully each of the papers received at least five days prior to the Convention and comment upon t...

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The Executive Office (also known as ISA Headquarters) consists of the Executive Director and ISA staff. ISA HQ exists under the budgetary authorizatio...

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ISA’s policy is to allow exhibitor to display at the annual conference on a first come, first served basis. Exhibition space is available for th...

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In order to avoid shortfalls, it is the procedure at HQ to routinely monitor income during the budgetary year in order to determine if the income stre...

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The investment of ISA’s reserves is under the jurisdiction of the Treasurer, the Finance Committee; and the ISA’s Executive Director and t...

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General policy The association reserves for itself the control and management of all publications involving the Association, its sections and regions...

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Innovative panels offer an opportunity for a little creativity and experimentation -- to push beyond the traditional panel format. In these panels, pa...

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Below is the link to the ISA Code of Conduct, in force since April 8, 2018. View the ISA Code of Conduct (PDF) * Click here for an archived vers...

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All members of the International Studies Association should avoid actual, potential, and the appearance of conflict of interests and not participate i...

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To receive your travel grant reimbursement, the following is required from you: You will need to accept your award using our online acceptance...

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