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17 Feb 2017

The IIAS has Moved !

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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 had their headquarter for over 30 years.

Our new address is :

6th Floor, C Block 

Rue du Commerce 96

BE-1040 Brussels

We look forward to greeting you at the Institute’s new home. 

 

The course has been developed by the World Bank Group in collaboration with Korea Development Institute, and is taught by prominent representatives of academic and research institutions in South Korea and the United States.

The course is available on EDx and enrollment is open until February 13th and is free of charge. 

South Korea presents a compelling story of economic growth. It’s one of few countries that made the transition from a resource-poor, low-income nation to a high-income economy in only three decades. It offers a model for developing countries and in this MOOC, leading experts will explain how South Korea achieved this outcome by implementing an export-led industrial strategy.

This course examines South Korea’s past developmental experience as well as its current strategy and policy initiatives to overcome global and domestic challenges, and sustain economic growth into the 21st century. You’ll have an opportunity to consider and discuss institutional and policy lessons applicable to the developmental challenges facing your own countries.

The course will be of interest to all those wanting to learn how South Korea was transformed into a high-income, with the help of a highly skilled workforce, and the development of high-end manufacturing and services sectors. Also of great interest is Korea’s creation of a futuristic city, Songdo, equipped with smart and green technologies. This MOOC will be of particular interest to policymakers involved in economic development.

To enroll to the course, please go to: https://www.edx.org/course/kee01x-korea-economic-development-wbgx#! 

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The statutory election of the Latin American Group for Public Administration (LAGPA) took place during its annual conference on October 10 in Cali, Colombia. Prof. Bianor Cavalcanti, outgoing president of LAGPA and newly elected President of IASIA, ceded the presidency of LAGPA to Prof. Edgar Varela Barrios from the Universidad del Valle, Colombia. Similarly, the LAGPA steering committee has been renewed. On the above picture, from left to right: Mr. Rolet Loretan, IIAS Director General, Prof. Edgar Varela Barrios, new president of LAGPA, Prof. Bianor Cavalcanti, new President of IASIA and César Rojas Alfonzo, Executive Secretary of LAGPA.

During the IIAS-IASIA Joint Congress in Chengdu, the Presidents of IIAS and IASIA were elected for their respective three years terms.

Geert Bouckaert from KU Leuven, Belgium,  was re-elected as IIAS President by the general Assembly.

Bianor Cavalcanti from the Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil, was elected IASIA Board of Management. He succeeds to Michiel S. de Vries who will remain in the Board as immediate past president and the IIAS/IASIA wishes to express its gratitude for his services at the head of the Association.

Congratulations to Geert and Bianor.

 

The 50% discount on IIAS’s “Public Administration Today”  Series ends on September 30th. Do not let this offer pass you by!

Members of the IIAS benefit from 50% off of the following book : Democratic Governance, Public Administration and Poverty Alleviation.

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The Executive Editors of Developments in Administration – The e-journal of IIAS, IASIA and regional groups are pleased to inform you that the first issue of the e-journal is now available.

This e-journal aims at expanding knowledge about developments in the public administration and public sector in countries and regions not extensively covered in the major journals in Public Administration and this issue issue covers countries and topics such a Sustainable development, alternative public service deliveries, decision-making in times of crisis in Brazil, public service quality and perception in Qatar and public service failures in Nigeria and Ghana.

Developments in Administration is only available electronically. You can download the whole journal as a PDF document, or choose to read individual article (as a PDF or on the website).

We hope that you will find this new publication initiative enriching and if you would like to contribute to the next issue, do not hesitate to read the journal’s focus and requirements.

The executive editors : Juraj Nemec, Michiel de Vries and Robert Fouchet

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Flag_of_France.svgAfter other senseless terrorist attacks in Turkey, Iraq and Bangladesh, the IIAS family is mourning once again for the victims after the attack in Nice. We would like to express our deepest condolences to the families of the victims and heartfelt thoughts to those who have been injured. We stand in solidarity with the government and people of France.

Juraj Nemec (à gauche) est félicité par Hendri Kroukamp, Vice-Président de l'AIEIA aux programmes

Juraj Nemec (left) is congratulated by Hendri Kroukamp, Vice President of IASIA for Programmes

We have the pleasure to announce that Juraj Nemec was elected president of NISPACee during its annual conference that just took place in Zagreb. Juraj is Professor of Public Finance and Public Management, at Masaryk University (Czech Republic) and a long-time friend of IASIA/IIAS. He is further involved in IASIA’s management as Vice-President for Publications.

Our sincere congratulations, Juraj!

 

The IIAS has published quite a few books in its “Public Administration Today”  Series in the past months.

Covering different topics such as poverty alleviation, local governance in South Africa or New Public Management tools for emerging countries, they are ready for purchase.

Members of the IIAS benefit from 50% for the members

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ipbesIPBES invites the nomination of experts for Deliverable 2(c): Global assessment on biodiversity and ecosystem services and Deliverable 3(biii): Sustainable Use of Biodiversity.

Following the outcome of the fourth session of the Plenary (Decision IPBES-4/1, section III, para. 3, and section IV, para.5) and in line with the agreed procedures for the preparation of the Platform’s deliverables, Governments and other relevant stakeholders are invited to nominate experts to participate in:

  1. the Global Assessment on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (Deliverable 2c);
  2. the workshop to further scope the thematic assessment of the Sustainable Use of Biodiversity (Deliverable 3biii).

In addition, following decision IPBES-4/1, section I, para.1, Governments and relevant institutions and organizations are invited to nominate fellows to:

  1. the IPBES Fellowship Pilot Programme, to participate in the Global Assessment on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services.

For more information and the application form, please click here.

Deadline is 05 May 2016. 


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