03 Mar 2016
EGPA and its partners are pleased to announce that, after 7 years of fruitful dialogue, th Euro-Mediterrannean Dialogue on Public Management has decided to expand its wing to cover a larger area : the Middle-East and North Africa (MENA) Region and as such, MED is becoming Eure MENA.
The Euro MENA Dialogues of Public Management are the continuation of the Euro-Mediterranean dialogues of Public Management, MED, that have been held from 2008 to 2014. They come from the need to expand the reflection on public management from the Mediterranean to the Arab Region. EGPA and MENAPAR signed a strategic agreement to co-organize the Euro MENA every two years, alternating between the regions. The Euro MENA will hence alternate with the MENAPAR conference and will be very similar in format.
Through the presentation of scientific research and professional testimonials, debates will be organized around workshops, roundtables on different themes.
22 Jan 2016
We are pleased to announce the coming launch of the e-journal:
Developments in Administration – The e-journal of IIAS, IASIA and regional groups.
Executive editors : Juraj Nemec, Michiel de Vries and Robert Fouchet
Periodicity : Bi-annual
The first issue will be published at the Spring 2016.
More information will follow soon!
As the year draws to a close, the Fundação Getulio Vargas, co-organisers of the 2015 IIAS International Congress, has just sent us a short video reflecting the overall atmosphere of our main event.
05 May 2015
SAGE, the Publishing house of our journal, the International Review of Administrative Sciences, is running a free trial to all titles in their Political Science, Public Administration & International Relations portfolio, including IRAS, as they do each year. The trial lasts throughout the month of May and removes the paywall from all titles included in the trial.
It’s a unique opportunity for those who have not subscribed to try-out on of the top-rated journal in the fields as well as 50 other journals.
04 May 2015
In 1947, IIAS has been recognized as a NGO with a consultative status vis-à-vis the United Nations Economic and Social Council. This status allows IIAS to have a voice in global debates, by participating in meetings, submitting oral and written statements, and networking with partner NGOs.
Interested NGOs can apply for a consultative status through this link by June 1st latest. The Committee on NGOs will evaluate the application. Rights and obligations of NGOs with a consultative status are defined in Resolution 96/31.
IIAS can share its own experience with interested NGOs through [email protected]
24 Apr 2015
The IIAS participated this week to the work of the Committee of Experts on Public Administration (CEPA) at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The President of IIAS, Mr. prof. Bouckaert and the IIAS Director General, Mr. Rolet Loretan, formed the delegation who actively participated in debates and establishes valuable contacts with the different partners of the Institute.
The IIAS Study Group on “Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Governance”, in collaboration with the IIAS-Asian Group for Public Administration conference organiser, proposes to organise papers and panels at the IIAS-AGPA Conference on the third sub-theme of the conference (Enhancing national integrity and public service quality), with a special focus on the use of analytical and managerial tools as well as governance design to enhance the integrity, public trust, and public service quality of the government.
The Study Group on “Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Governance” is one of the study groups of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences, the umbrella organization of different regional public administration associations, including the Asian Group for Public Administration (http://www.iiasagpa.com/en/about/aboutagpa.html). The purpose of the study group is to examine the theories, practices, tools, and governance issues related to government performance and to compare the practices and reform strategies of different countries. The co-chairs of the study group are Alfred T. Ho (University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, USA), Meili Niu (Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China), and Andrew Podger (Australian National University, Canberra, Australia).