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Public administration in Europe : the contribution of EGPA
Éditeur Palgrave Macmillan
Année 2018
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Public administration in Europe : the contribution of EGPA
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1. Introduction: The past and the future of a community at the heart of the administrative sciences (Edoardo Ongaro) ; 2. German, American and European roots of international cooperation in administrative sciences (Stefan Fisch) ; 3. The idea of publicness in Public Administration Episodes and Reflections on EGPA 40th anniversary (Fabio Rugge) ; 4.'Unity in diversity': an overused motto ; and yet a perfect fit for EGPA (Jacques Ziller) ; 5. What does it mean a European learned society in public administration(Edoardo Ongaro) ; 6. Welcoming Twice the EGPA Annual Conference in Toulouse: "Avè plaisir!" (Jean-Michel Eymeri-Douzans) ; 7. Doctoral Education in European Public Administration: The Contribution of EGPA's PhD Symposium (Christoph Reichard and Eckhard Schroeter) ; 8. The Trans-Atlantic Dialogue on Public Administration and Management (TAD) and the strategic partnership between ASPA and EGPA (Fabienne Maron, Edoardo Ongaro) ; 9. EGPA and the European Administrative Space: Strategic Partnership with NISPAcee and the Trans-European Dialogue (TED) (Tiina Randma-Liiv, Mirko Vintar, Isabella Proeller, Marius Profiroiu) ; 10. From the Euro-Mediterranean to the Euro-MENA: the many paths of an expanded dialogue (Robert Fouchet, Sofiane Sahraoui, Marco Meneguzzo, Fabienne Maron, Céline Du Boys) ; 11. From Informatisation to e-Government and Beyond (Frank Bannister) ; 12. Thirty years of performance research at EGPA (Wouter van Dooren, Jostein Askim, Steven van de Walle) ; 13. Public Personnel Policies and HRM: Developments within the field and in the (long history) of the EGPA study group on Public Personnel Policy (Lotte Bøgh Andersen, Peter Leisink, Wouter Vandenabeele) ; 14.Combining European research on local governance and local democracy (Tomas Bergström, Colin Copus, Jochen Franzke, José Ruano, Linze Schaap, Hanna Vakkala) ; 15. Subnational government in the research spotlight: the merit of Permanent study Group 5 (Sabine Kuhlmann, Martin Laffin, Ellen Wayenberg) ; 16. Reform waves and the structure of government (Per Laegreid and Koen Verhoest) ; 17. Looking back, moving forward: reflections on the developments in the field of Quality and Integrity of Governance (Michael Macaulay and Gjalt de Graaf) ; 18. Civil Society and citizens from the margin to the heart of public administration research (Bram Verschuere, Taco Brandsen, Karen Johnston) ; 19. Some reflections on the development of education for Public Administration in Europe (Arthur Ringeling and Christoph Reichard) ; 20. Law and Public Administration and the quest for reconciliation (Dacian C. Dragos, Polonca Kovac, Albert Marseille) ; 21. Strategic Management in Government ; Looking backwards, looking forward (Anne Drumaux, Paul Joyce) ; 22. Financial Management and Public Sector Accounting in an Age of Reforms ; Developments and Changes in Public Sector Financial Management (Francesca Manes Rossi, Eugenio Caperchione, Sandra Cohen and Isabel Brusca) ; 23. Public Policy and Public Administration (Aurélien Buffat, Peter Hupe, Harald Saetren, Eva Thomann) ; 24. EGPA and the Study of EU Public Administration (Gijs Jan Brandsma, Eva G. Heidbreder, Ellen Mastenbroek) ; 25. Public administration, technology & innovation: government as technology maker(Erkki Karo, Rainer Kattel) ; 26. Public and nonprofit marketing: determinants and developments, and the contribution of an EGPA Study Group to the field (Ani Matei, José Vazquez-Burgete, Christophe Alaux) ; 27. State and Society: Taking the broad perspective (Jean-Michel Eymeri-Douzans, Daniela Piana) ; 28. Court Management: a Young Field of Public Management (Daniel Kettiger, Andreas Lienhard, Philip Langbroek, Marco Fabri) ; 29. Public Network Policy and Management: A Mainstay in Public Administration (Daniela Cristofoli, Olivier Keramidas (✝), Marco Meneguzzo, Andrea Bonomi) ; 30. Harbouring Francophone public administration in an international congress: challenges, benefits, and a glance forward (Emil Turc, Jan Mattijs) ; 31. Accreditation in European Public Administration (Maja Klun, Christoph Reichard) ; 32. Conclusion: EGPA, EPPA and the future of Public Administration in Europe (Geert Bouckaert, Werner Jann, Fabienne Maron, Edoardo Ongaro, Sofiane Sahraoui)
This book considers the ways in which public administration (PA) has been studied in Europe over the last forty years, and examines in particular the contribution of EGPA, the European Group for Public Administration, both to the growth of a truly pan-European PA, and to the future of PA in Europe. The book provides a lively reflection on the state of the art of PA both over the past forty years and over the next forty years. It reflects on the consolidation and institutionalisation of EGPA as the European community for the study of PA in Europe, and demonstrates the need for such a regional group for PA in Europe, as well as for regional groups for the study of PA in other parts of the world. The book also demonstrates the functional, cultural and institutional reasons that underpin the significance of a regional group for researching and studying PA at an 'intermediate level of governance' between the national and the global levels. The book provides rich insights about the state of the art of PA in Europe from the leading public administration scholars.
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