10 Aug 2017
SAGE, the publishing house of EGPA/IIAS’s own Journal, the International Review of Administrative Sciences, has collected articles about the two themes that will be developed during the conference’s Plenary Parallel Sessions.
They are available FREE OF CHARGE on SAGE Journal.
Big data, public policy and public administration: http://journals.sagepub.com/topic/collections/ras-1-big_data_public_policy/ras
The Parallel Sessions will take place on August 31st, from 11:30am to 1:00pm
Big data, public policy and public administration: Presentation by Patrick Dunleavy (London School of Economics) followed by a discussion by Albert Meijer (PSG I “e-Government co-chair) and Q&A
Co-production for innovating public service delivery: Presentation by Stephen Osborne (University of Edinburgh) followed by a Discussion by Elio Borgonovi (Bocconi University) and Q&A
You can also find more information on the Conference Programme.
Happy reading !
15 Jun 2017
Online registration for the conference is now open!
Information on how to register and the rates can be found via the following link: egpa-conference2017.org/registration-submission
The conference will bring together practitioners, academics, PhD students and young researchers in public administration and management, as well as contributors from other disciplines who will exchange various themes covered by the 22 EGPA Study Groups and French-Speaking Seminar… but not only !
Please feel free to consult the following link : www.egpa-conference2017.org/programme
20 Feb 2017
It’s a new chapter for the IIAS as on Tuesday February 21st, we have moved from our offices at rue Defacqz where the Institute and its entities (among them EGPA) had their headquarter for over 30 years.
Our new address is :
6th Floor, C Block
Rue du Commerce 96
We look forward to greeting you at the Institute’s new home.