Nicole de Montricher Receives 2010 Kloeti Award Plaque

Nicole de Montricher Receives 2010 Kloeti Award PlaqueNicole de Montricher, winner of the 2010 Ulrich Kloeti Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Study of Public Policy, Administration and Institutions was presented with the award plaque at a dinner in Paris. The award recognizes scholars who have made exceptional contributions to research in the field through a sustained career.

Nominees must have involved themselves significantly within SOG--both with respect to research and leadership. Attendees included Joan and Joel Aberbach, Philippe Bezes, Harvey Feigenbaum and, of course, Nicole.

The dinner was held at Les fils de la ferme in Paris on 26 May 2011.

 

 

 

 

Prestigious Public Administration Award

Preparing for the Future: Strategic Planning in the U.S. Air ForcePrestigious Public Administration Award Presented to Book on Strategic Planning

Preparing for the Future: Strategic Planning in the U.S. Air Force , by Michael Barzelay and Colin Campbell, has received the National Academy of Public Administration 2004 Louis Brownlow Book Award. The book is a treatise on how an organization faced with uncertain risk gets better every day. What one will like about Preparing for the Future is the fact that it is an engaging story, one whose relevance extends well beyond readers who are interested in the Air Force or national security. It has profound implications for all levels of government and for any organization wrestling seriously with its future.

Previous Winners: The Louis Brownlow Book Award

2012 EGPA Annual Conference Bergen - Norway

2012 EGPA Annual Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS and INVITATION BROCHURE

Dear members, dear colleagues, dear friends,

The European Group for Public Administration (EGPA) in close collaboration with the University of Bergen, Department of Administration and Organization Theory is organizing its 2012 EGPA Annual Conference to be held in Bergen, Norway.

The call-for-papers for the PhD Seminar, the permanent study groups and for the French Speaking Seminar are now available on the Conference website www.egpa-conference2012.org

The EGPA Conference is open to academics, young researchers and practitioners. You are invited to submit an abstract for proposal on topics addressed by the different groups. Proposal and abstracts should be submitted and uploaded through the website or sent by e-mail as informed in each call for papers.

Please also follow this link to access the invitation brochure for the Conference.

Online registration is now possible through www.conftool.pro/egpa2012

We hope to welcome many of you in Bergen and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

With kind regards,

Anne De Boeck
IIAS Executive Secretary and Events Officer

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SOG Workshop - Oslo, 15/16 September 2011

« The Future of the Regulatory State: Adaptation, Transformation, Or Demise? »
BI School of Management Oslo

One of the most widely made claims over the past three decades has been that we are living in the age of the regulatory state. However, events such as the financial crisis have pointed to potential weaknesses in the 'orthodoxies' that underpinned the ideas of the regulatory state. This workshop therefore intends to discuss the future of the regulatory state. We are interested in papers that explore themes, such as

    the limits of regulatory regimes
    the limits of market-based problem-solving
    the limits of national regulatory capacity

Organizers : Nick Sitter (BI School of Management) and Martin Lodge (LSE)