Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 07/Sept/2021
8:30am
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9:30am
Reg 1: Registration
Location: Registration Desk - R42 Atrium
9:00am
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9:30am
PLEN 0: EGPA 2021 PhD Symposium - Opening Ceremony and Welcome
Virtual location: SR 42 5.103 - Hyb 1
Chair: Prof. Eckhard SCHROETER, German University of the Police
Chair: Prof. Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS, Sciences Po Toulouse
Moderator: Dr. Fabienne MARON, International Institute of Administrative Sciences

Zoom Meeting Room

All the PhD Symposium  Sessions are only open to PhD Students with accepted papers for the Symposium

9:00am
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12:00pm
EAPAA 1: Accreditation Meeting 1 (on invitation)
Location: Room Henri Janne - Hyb
9:45am
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12:15pm
PhD A - 1: EGPA Symposium for PhD Students and Young Researchers - Track A - 1
Location: SR 42 5.107 - Phys
Chair: Prof. Bert GEORGE, Ghent University
 

Resistance to change of school principals in reform implementation

Cyrill KALBERMATTEN

Universität Bern, Switzerland

Discussant: Lars BRUMMEL (Utrecht University)



Avoiding repetitive change injury in the public sector: the role of mid-level managers’ leadership and stress

Dries VAN DONINCK

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Discussant: Esther Netanna NIEUWENHUIZEN (Utrecht University)



Mapping and explaining account-holding intensity: Reflections on a survey and interview study of the EU accountability landscape

Benjamin TIDÅ

Leiden University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Cyrill KALBERMATTEN (Universität Bern)

PhD B - 1: EGPA Symposium for PhD Students and Young Researchers - Track B - 1
Location: SR 42 5.110 - Phys
Chair: Prof. Anne DRUMAUX, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
 

Performance Management practices in local governments: job resources or demands for public employees?

Stefano ASSANTI

Université de Lausanne, Switzerland

Discussant: Lysiane ADAMINI (Université de Lausanne)



Mind the gap. A study into reducing the gap between academics and practitioners in the Flemish government

Lisa MAERTENS

Public Governance Institute KU Leuven, Belgium

Discussant: Daniela SCHAEDELI (University of Bern)



Connecting and Appreciating: Relational Pathways towards Citizens' Involvement

Bert VERLEYSEN1, Frank LAMBRECHTS1, Styn GRIETEN2, René BOUWEN2

1: UHasselt, Belgium; 2: KULeuven, Belgium

Discussant: Stefano ASSANTI (Université de Lausanne)

PhD C - 1: EGPA Symposium for PhD Students and Young Researchers - Track C - 1
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room PhD C-1
Chair: Prof. Karen JOHNSTON, University of Portsmouth
Moderator: Aneeqa SUHAIL, KU Leuven
 

Investigating interactions of service providers with service users in the design and delivery of public services

Nathalie HAUG

University of Konstanz, Germany

Discussant: Sarah MUELLER (University of Freiburg/University of Speyer)



The contribution of co-production to social capital: Empirical findings of co-production consequences on the different forms of social capital

Louis Pierre Philippe HOMONT

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Discussant: Bo LI (Georgia State University)



How agencies die and rise again: The case of the federal civil protection agency in Germany

Michael IBRAHIM

German Police University, Muenster, Germany

Discussant: Nathalie HAUG (University of Konstanz)

PhD D - 1: EGPA Symposium for PhD Students and Young Researchers - Track D - 1
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room PhD D-1
Chair: Prof. Eckhard SCHROETER, German University of the Police
Moderator: Marco DE LA CRUZ SÁNCHEZ, International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS)
 

The organizational dilemma of National Regulatory Authorities in the EU countries: multiplicity or unity?

Radosław Bartłomiej ŁAPSZYŃSKI

University of Warsaw, Poland

Discussant: Aisling RYAN (University College Cork)



A citizens’ assembly - the way to make the policy-making process more inclusive and equal?

Adela GASIOROWSKA

University of Warsaw, Poland

Discussant: Rita FLORIO (Bocconi University)



The form of forms: everyday enablers of access to justice

Aisling RYAN

University College Cork, Ireland

Discussant: Simion-Adrian PURZA (Babes-Bolyai University / Hasselt University)

12:15pm
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1:45pm
1. Lunch: Lunch Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
1:30pm
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4:30pm
EAPAA 2: Accreditation Meeting 2 (on invitation)
Location: Room Henri Janne - Hyb
1:45pm
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4:15pm
PhD A - 2: EGPA Symposium for PhD Students and Young Researchers - Track A - 2
Location: SR 42 5.107 - Phys
Chair: Prof. Bert GEORGE, Ghent University
 

“Every breath you take… I’ll be watching you”: The drivers of strengthened accountability relationships between public agencies and societal stakeholders

Lars BRUMMEL

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Dries VAN DONINCK (University of Antwerp)



Citizen trust in algorithmic recommendations: Evidence from two survey experiments

Esther NIEUWENHUIZEN

Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Discussant: Benjamin TIDÅ (Leiden University)

PhD B - 2: EGPA Symposium for PhD Students and Young Researchers - Track B - 2
Location: SR 42 5.110 - Phys
Chair: Prof. Anne DRUMAUX, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
 

Assessing the political role of public administrations through the lens of the Programmatic Action Framework: comparative case studies across countries and policy sectors

Lysiane ADAMINI

Université de Lausanne, Suisse

Discussant: Lisa MAERTENS (Public Governance Institute KU Leuven)



Three Approaches to access Contradictions in Public Organisations: a Systematic Literature Review

Daniela SCHAEDELI

University of Bern, Switzerland

Discussant: Bert VERLEYSEN (UHasselt)

PhD C - 2: EGPA Symposium for PhD Students and Young Researchers - Track C - 2
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room PhD C-2
Chair: Prof. Karen JOHNSTON, University of Portsmouth
Moderator: Aneeqa SUHAIL, KU Leuven
 

Considering gender equality in central government budgeting – the role and use of SDG5 in parliamentary budget debates in Germany

Sarah MUELLER1,2, Sanja KORAC1, Iris SALITERER2

1: University of Speyer; 2: University of Freiburg

Discussant: Louis Pierre Philippe HOMONT (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)



Symbolic representation and nonprofit leaders of color: A survey experiment

Bo LI

Georgia State University, United States of America

Discussant: Michael IBRAHIM-SAUER (German University of the Police)

PhD D - 2: EGPA Symposium for PhD Students and Young Researchers - Track D - 2
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room PhD D-2
Chair: Prof. Eckhard SCHROETER, German University of the Police
Moderator: Marco DE LA CRUZ SÁNCHEZ, International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS)
 

Ethics in Public Administration Scholarship: A Systematic Review

Rita FLORIO

Bocconi University, Italy

Discussant: João Martins de Oliveira NETO (ISCSP - UNIVERSIDADE DE LISBOA)



The Scope and Limitations of the Tailored Solutions for Review and Remedies in Directive 2009/81 on Defence and Security Procurement – Is There Room for Innovation?

Simion-Adrian PURZA

Babes-Bolyai University (Romania) / Hasselt University (Belgium)

Discussant: Radosław ŁAPSZYŃSKI (Warsaw University)



The metropolitan governance projects of Fortaleza, Cariri (Brazil) and Lisbon (Portugal): challenges and perspectives of governance.

João Martins de Oliveira NETO, Joaquim Manuel Croca CAEIRO, Ricardo Moraes SOARES

ISCSP - UNIVERSIDADE DE LISBOA, Portugal

Discussant: Adela GASIOROWSKA (University of Warsaw)

2:30pm
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4:30pm
EGPA SC: EGPA Steering Committee Meeting (on invitation only)
Location: Doucy
Chair: Prof. Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS, Sciences Po Toulouse
Chair: Dr. Fabienne MARON, International Institute of Administrative Sciences
Moderator: Santiago RODRIGUEZ TABARQUINO, AMU
4:15pm
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4:45pm
1. Coffee: Coffee Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
4:30pm
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5:30pm
PhD Final: EGPA Symposium : How to get published / Feedback session and Closing of the Symposium
Location: SR 42 5.103 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Eckhard SCHROETER, German University of the Police
Moderator: Marco DE LA CRUZ SÁNCHEZ, International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS)
6:00pm
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7:30pm
Welcome - Reception: Drink
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
Date: Wednesday, 08/Sept/2021
8:00am
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12:00pm
Reg 2: Registration
Location: Registration Desk - R42 Atrium
8:30am
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10:00am
EURO ASIA: Joint Panel - Resilience and Agility of Public Institutions in Times of Crises - Euro-Asia Perspectives
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room Euro Asia
Chair: Prof. Lihua YANG, Peking University
Moderator: Dr. Fabienne MARON, International Institute of Administrative Sciences
 

Welcome Message

Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS

Sciences Po Toulouse, France



Welcome Message

Eko PRASOJO

Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia



Moderator and Rapporteur

Lihua YANG

Peking University, China, People's Republic of



Indonesian government’s policies to tackle the covid-19 pandemic

Erwan Agus PURWANTO

Ministry of Administrative Reform, Indonesia



COVID-19 and crisis management: Using collective intelligence and evidence to inform policy responses

Muiris MAC CARTHAIGH

Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom



How Could China Further Improve its Governance Capacity to Enhance Institutional Agility and Resilience in An Era of Turbulence and Science and Technology Innovation.

Gerald Zhiyong LAN

School of Public Administration and Policy, Tsinghua University, China, People's Republic of



A strategic management of crisis responses? An update on current practices

Emil TURC

Aix-Marseille Université, France



Discussant

Hongmou Zhang ZHANG

School of Government of Peking University, China, People's Republic of

8:30am
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10:30am
PSG 1-1: PSG I : e-Government - Session 1
Location: J.1.106 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. C. William WEBSTER, University of Stirling
Moderator: Dr. Steve TROUPIN, IIAS
Discussant/rapporteur: Dr. Erna RUIJER, Utrecht University
 

Opening : Introduction to PSG1, its members, and presentation of the programme

C. William WEBSTER1, Frank Bannister2

1: University of Stirling, United Kingdom; 2: Trinity College Dublin



Responsibility in Algorithmic Practice: How Data Scientists Weigh Public Values

Isabelle Christine FEST, Albert A.J. MEIJER, J.F.T.M. van DIJCK, M.T. SCHAEFER

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The



The public and private value of contact-tracing apps

Achim LANG, Caroline BRÜESCH

Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Institute of Public Management, Switzerland



Coming up Dry: Findings from a fieldlab on citizen friendly data communication about drought

Shirley KEMPENEER, Johan WOLSWINKEL, Gijs VAN MAANEN

Tilburg University, Netherlands

PSG 10-1: PSG X: Law and Public Administration - Session 1: Public Administration and New Normality - Hybrid
Location: SR 42 5.103 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Polonca KOVAČ, University of Ljubljana
Chair: Prof. Albert MARSEILLE, University of Groningen
 

The Impact of Digitalized Communication on the Effectiveness of Local Public Administrations – Findings from Central European Countries in the Covid-19 Crisis

Bernhard HIRSCH1, Polonca KOVAČ2, Fabienne-Sophie SCHÄFER1, Dejan RAVŠELJ2, Aleksander ARISTOVNIK2

1: Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany; 2: University of Ljubljana, Slovenia



Administrative practices during pandemic times

Raluca-Andreea TRÎNCĂ-GĂVAN

"Babeș-Bolyai" University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania



The Influence of COVID-19 Over the Public Procurement Procedures in Romania

Denisa-Maria TERHES

Babes Bolyai University, Romania & Hasselt University, Belgium



Academic and institutional criticism regarding the development path of Hungarian democracy with regards to Art 7. TEU: Correction through transaction?

Marton GELLEN

University of Public Service, Hungary

PSG 11-1: PSG XI : Strategic Management in Government - Session 1: Strategic state and change Hybrid
Location: SR 42 5.107 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Anne DRUMAUX, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
 

The Strategic State: The Case of Scotland

Ian C. ELLIOTT

Northumbria University, United Kingdom



Strategy and change in urban communities: the case study of Cluj Napoca.

Calin Emilian HINTEA1, Emil Boc2

1: Babes Bolyai University, Romania; 2: Cluj Napoca Town Hall, Romania



Impacts of strategy content, change management, and cognitive style on commitment to change in public sector organizations

Åge JOHNSEN

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway



Strategic Management and Employment Policy Performance in Greece: Learning an Elephant to Fly?

Sifis Plimakis, George Karachalios

University of Peloponnese, Greece

PSG 2-1: PSG II : Performance in the Public Sector - Session 1 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 2-1
Chair: Prof. Gerhard HAMMERSCHMID, Hertie School of Governance
Chair: Prof. Shirin AHLBÄCK ÖBERG, Uppsala University
Chair: Dr. Scott DOUGLAS, Utrecht University
 

Assessing performance through non-financial indicators: The case of Romanian public research institutes

Maria Carmen HUIAN1, Marco BISOGNO2, Marilena MIRONIUC1

1: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania; 2: University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy



Outcomes beyond accountability? Managing outcomes through performance attraction

Max FRENCH

Northumbria University, United Kingdom



Using data from a large-scale serious game to understand the use of performance information and its impact of performance intervention selection

Scott DOUGLAS

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The



Austerity and performance budgeting – friends or foes?

Ringa RAUDLA, Sebastian BUR

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

PSG 22-1: PSG XXII - Behavioral Public Administration - Session 1 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 22-1
Chair: Dr. Paola CANTARELLI, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies
 

Coproduction of Core and Complementary Tasks in Times of Service Decline: Experimental Evidence

Peter Rasmussen DAMGAARD, Niels OPSTRUP, Mette Kjærgaard THOMSEN

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



Public Service Users’ Motivated Reasoning about Performance Information: Evidence from a Survey in the Field Experiment with School Users

Peter R. DAMGAARD1, Oliver JAMES2

1: University of Southern Denmark, Denmark; 2: University of Exeter, United Kingdom



Scarcity and the Experiences of Benefit Recipients: Evidence from a Field Experiment

Jonas Krogh MADSEN1, Martin BAEKGAARD2, Jon KVIST1

1: Roskilde University; 2: Aarhus University (Political Science), Denmark



The Promises and Pitfalls of Nudges

Lars TUMMERS

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

 
9:00am
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10:30am
PSG 12-1: PSG XII - Public Sector Financial Management - Session 1 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 12-1
 

Is it getting serious? ESG performance measures in public universities’ strategic plans

Paolo FEDELE1, Silvia IACUZZI2, Andrea GARLATTI3

1: University of Udine, Italy; 2: University of Udine, Italy; 3: University of Udine, Italy

Discussant: Natalia AVERSANO (University of Salerno)



The effect of gender diversity on financial performance: evidence from Italian public universities

Natalia AVERSANO, Giuseppe NICOLÒ, Paolo TARTAGLIA POLCINI, Diana FERULLO

University of Salerno, Italy

Discussant: Danilo BOFFA (University of Teramo)



The social and environmental reporting in the higher education system: its determinants in the Italian universities

Danilo BOFFA, Tiziana DI CIMBRINI, Antonio PRENCIPE

University of Teramo, Italy

Discussant: Paolo FEDELE (University of Udine, Italy)

PSG 13-1: PSG XIII : Public Policy - Session 1 : Theoretical tenets - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 13
Chair: Dr. Eva THOMANN, University of Konstanz
 

Making sense’ in the analysis and practice of governing

Hal COLEBATCH

University of New South Wales, Australia

Discussant: Christina STEINBACHER (LMU Munich)



Bureaucratic Process Matters! The Missing Link between Public Policies and Performance

Christina STEINBACHER

LMU Munich, Germany

Discussant: Anna HUNDEHEGE (Hertie School)



How bureaucratic organization shapes policy decisions in ministerial departments

Anna HUNDEHEGE

Hertie School, Germany

Discussant: Hal COLEBATCH (University of New South Wales)

PSG 18-1: PSG XVIII : Justice and Court Administration - Session 1: Management and Performance Measurement - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 18
Chair: Prof. Andreas LIENHARD, Center for Public Management, University of Bern
 

Work time and intensity in Portuguese courts: a survey on judicial professions

João Paulo Dias1, Filipa Queirós2, Paula Casaleiro3, Fernanda Jesus4

1: Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal; 2: Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal; 3: Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal; 4: Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal



The efficiency of spending budgetary resources in the court administration in the Czech Republic-Evaluation after five years

Martin VIKTORA

Prague University of Economics and Business, Czech Republic



Redesigning the Framework of Judicial and Court Administration – English and Welsh Courts, UK Tribunals and HMCTS

John Robert SORABJI

Nine St John Street Chambers, United Kingdom

PSG 21-1: PSG XXI: Policy Design and Evaluation - Session 1 hyb : Policy capacity and policy analysis in hard times I
Location: SR 42 5.110 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Marleen Antonia BRANS, KU Leuven

Zoom Meeting Room

Welcome Introduction

Followed by papers' presentation

 

Michael Barber and the ‘science’ of deliverology in an era of policy drift

Patrick DIAMOND, Martin Laffin

QMUL, United Kingdom



Explaining individual policy analytical capacity through micro-level factors

Ellen FOBE

KU Leuven Public Governance Institute, Belgium



The Rhetoric and Praxis of Ethiopian Urban Land Policies

Hafte Gebreselassie GEBRIHET

Stellenbosch University, South Africa

   
10:30am
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11:00am
2. Coffee: Coffee Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
11:00am
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1:00pm
PLEN 1: Opening Session - Organizations and Innovations in Crises
Location: K1.105 Lafontaine - Hybrid - Streaming
Chair: Prof. Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS, Sciences Po Toulouse

Zoom Meeting Room

The relationship between administrative and institutional innovation and crisis situations is far from simple. While urgency might seem conducive to innovation, organizations can also fall back on core routines that might be more or less adequate, but hamper innovation. Furthermore, resilience, notably through innovation, is not the same at individual, organizational, policy and society levels.

 

Welcome Message

Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS

Sciences Po Toulouse, France



Welcome Message

Philip VERGAUWEN

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Belgium



Welcome Message and Introduction

Jan MATTIJS, Vincent MABILLARD

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium



Keynote Speaker - Institutional Innovations and Informal Leardership in Times of Crises

Gilles DE KERCHOVE

Council of the European Union, Belgium



Experience from WHO : COVID-19 pandemic- a compass that is based on hindsight

Dorit NITZAN

World Health Organization (WHO), Denmark



Moderation

Shéhérazade SEMSAR - DE BOISSESON

SSB Corp. Belgium, Belgium

1:00pm
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2:00pm
2. Lunch: Lunch Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
2:00pm
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3:00pm
PSG 18-2: PSG XVIII : Justice and Court Administration - Session 2: Management and Performance Measurement (cont) - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 18
Chair: Prof. Andreas LIENHARD, Center for Public Management, University of Bern
 

Pressure on judges: how managerialisation and evolving professional standards affect judges’ autonomy and efficiency

Frans VAN DIJK, Federica VIAPIANA, Bart DIEPHUIS

Montaigne Centre for Rule of Law and Administration of Justice, Utrecht



The lack of reasoning in judgments on appeal in asylum cases: efficient, but also fair?

Albert MARSEILLE, Viola BEX-REIMERT, Marc WEVER

University of Groningen, Netherlands, The

2:00pm
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3:30pm
PSG 12-2: PSG XII - Public Sector Financial Management - Session 2 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 12-2
 

Accounting for sustainable goals implementation: how to foster the achievement of European cities’ climate-neutrality mission?

Ana YETANO1, Anna Francesca PATTARO2, Daniela SORRENTINO2, Eugenio CAPERCHIONE2

1: University of Zaragoza, Spain; 2: University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Discussant: Lotta-Maria SINERVO (Tampere University)



Sustainability Trade-Offs in Local Government – Propositions for Future Research and Management of Socially and Financially Sustainable Public Services

Lotta-Maria SINERVO1, Harri LAIHONEN2

1: Tampere University, Finland; 2: University of Eastern Finland, Finland

Discussant: Jacques PRENTOUT (Chambre régionale des comptes (Regional Court of Accounts) Centre-Val de Loire)



The field of sustainable development, a challenge for public audit institutions: the example of French financial jurisdictions

Jacques PRENTOUT

Chambre régionale des comptes (Regional Court of Accounts) Centre-Val de Loire, France

Discussant: Ana YETANO (University of Zaragoza, Spain;)

2:00pm
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4:00pm
FR 1: French-Speaking Seminar - Session 1
Location: SR 42 5.103 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Stéphane NAHRATH, Université de Lausanne
 

Sécurité des systèmes d'information: quand la science oriente l’action vers l’impact

Jean-Jacques VIALA

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Belgium



La nouvelle Agence nationale de cohésion des territoires en France, levier de politiques publiques contractualisées entre Etat et collectivités locales ?

Damien AUGIAS

Université de Lausanne, Suisse ; Université de Strasbourg, France



Financement et fiscalité de la politique de «géographie prioritaire»: un modèle de différenciation territoriale et d'innovation citoyenne?

Messaoud SAOUDI

Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France



La qualité au service de la performance sociale des structures de soin : une amélioration à consolider

Jihane SEBAI

larequoi, France

PSG 1-2: PSG I : e-Government - Session 2 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 1-2
Chair: Dr. Frank Edward BANNISTER, Trinity College Dublin
Discussant/rapporteur: Prof. Ines MERGEL, University of Konstanz
 

Public value in the co-production of public sector digital transformation

Ines MERGEL1, Noella EDELMANN2, Nathalie HAUG1

1: University of Konstanz, Germany; 2: Danube University Krems, Austria



Digitalisation of Culture Institutions and Analysis on their New “Customers”: how some culture institutions successfully survived the pandemic, while others have been facing trouble

Hiroko KUDO, Sieun PARK

Chuo University, Japan



Studying Social Media Institutionalization Through a Composite Index: An Empirical Study of Environmental and Organizational Factors

Julian VILLODRE1, J. Ignacio CRIADO1, J. Ramón GIL-GARCIA2

1: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain; 2: University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, NY, USA & Universidad de las Americas Puebla, Mexico



Development of e-government in the field of social services and benefits: evidence from Romania

Monica Marin

Research Institute for Quality of Life, Romania

PSG 10-2: PSG X: Law and Public Administration - Session 2 : Legislation and Administration discretion - Hybrid
Location: K4.601 Hyb
Chair: Prof. Dacian Cosmin DRAGOS, Babes Bolyai University
Chair: Prof. Polonca KOVAČ, University of Ljubljana
 

Measuring ‘customizability’ in legislation: lessons learnt from a cross- departmental exercise

Johan WOLSWINKEL1, Anne MEUWESE2

1: Tilburg University, Netherlands, The; 2: Leiden University, Netherlands, The



Hitting not only the Target – Plea of Illegality in Serbia and Croatia

Vuk CUCIC

University of Belgrade, Serbia



Judicial Review of Administrative Discretion: the German Way

Bettina ENGEWALD

Deutsches Forschungsinstitut für öffentliche Verwaltung/German Research Institute for Public Administration, Germany



Review of administrative discretion from the point of view of judicial practice in the Czech Republic

Radislav BRAŽINA, Soňa SKULOVÁ

Masaryk University, Czech Republic



Judicial review of administrative discretion: a delicate balancing act between oversight and overreach

Bengt VERBEECK1, Ivo Carlens2

1: University College Ghent, Belgium; 2: University Ghent, Belgium

PSG 11-2: PSG XI : Strategic Management in Government - Session 2 : Strategic planning, strategy and effectiveness - Hybrid
Location: SR 42 5.107 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Bert GEORGE, Ghent University
 

Making Strategic Planning Work: A Cross-Country Analysis of Flemish, Norwegian and Finnish Municipalities

Bert George1, Dag Ingvar Jacobsen2, Jan-Erik Johanson3, Åge Johnsen4, Elias Pekkola3

1: Ghent University, Belgium; 2: University of Agder, Norway; 3: Tampere University, Finland; 4: Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway



A strategic transformation towards a value co-creation orintation: Creating, developing and changing value propositions at the Swedish Public Employment Service

Linda Höglund1, Nina Hasche2

1: School of Business, Society and Engineering, Mälardalen University, Sweden; 2: Örebro University School of Business, Örebro University, Sweden



How does political board role behavior impact strategy implementation effectiveness in local authorities? The role of cooperative dynamics between political boards and senior management.

Kenn MEYFROODT, Sebastian DESMIDT

Ghent University, Belgium



Divergence or convergence? Strategies of the public provider in a marketized swedish elderly care

David FELTENIUS, Jessika WIDE

Umeå University, Sweden

PSG 13-2: PSG XIII : Public Policy - Session 2 : Policy of policy bureaucracy - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 13
Chair: Prof. Fritz SAGER, University of Bern
 

A reputation-based theory of bureaucratic policymaking

Tobias BACH1, Kai WEGRICH2

1: University of Oslo, Norway; 2: Hertie School, Germany

Discussant: Lysiane ADAMINI (Université de Lausanne)



Assessing the political role of public administrations through the lens of the Programmatic Action Framework (PAF)

Lysiane ADAMINI

Université de Lausanne, Suisse

Discussant: Christine PROKOP (University of Twente)



Citizens’ attitudes towards smart self-service systems in street-level bureaucracy. Evidence from an online survey experiment

Christine PROKOP1, Ina RADTKE2, Markus TEPE2

1: University of Twente, The Netherlands; 2: University of Oldenburg, Germany

Discussant: Elena BONDAROUK (Leiden University)



The power of a dialogue: coordinating for implementation performance

Elena BONDAROUK1, Evelina HAGBERG2

1: Leiden University, The Netherlands; 2: Lund University, Sweden

Discussant: Kai WEGRICH (Hertie School)

PSG 15-1: PSG XV : Public Administration, Technology and Innovation (PATI) - Session 1 - Hybrid
Location: J.1.106 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Veiko LEMBER, Tallinn University of Technology
 

How service users envision their engagement in processes of collaborative innovation: A Q-methodological study on user involvement in eHealth collaborations

Chesney CALLENS1, Koen VERHOEST1, Erik-Hans KLIJN2, Veiko LEMBER3, Vicente PINA4

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: Erasmus University Rotterdam; 3: Tallinn University of Technology; 4: University of Zaragoza

Discussant: Inke TORFS (Ghent University)



Engaging citizens in digital co-production processes: A scoping literature review

Noortje HOEVENS, Taco BRANDSEN, Marlies HONINGH

Radboud University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Tiina RANDMA-LIIV (Tallinn University of Technology)



Institutionalization of e-Participation Initiatives: A Comparative Study of Six European Cases

Tiina RANDMA-LIIV

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Discussant: Noortje Julia HOEVENS (Radboud University)



Transformational policy change and the use of ICT: thinking inside the box

Inke TORFS, Ellen WAYENBERG

Ghent University, Belgium

Discussant: Chesney CALLENS (University of Antwerp)

PSG 16 -1: PSG XVI : Public Marketing and Communication - Session 1 : Digital Communication - Hybrid
Location: AY2.112 Hyb
Chair: Prof. Maria José CANEL, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
 

Social Media Images and Police Reputation. The Causal Effect of Visual Primes on Perceived Effectiveness and Procedural Fairness of the Police

Christine Prokop-Scheer1, Markus Tepe2

1: University of Twente, The Netherlands; 2: Univesity of Oldenburg, Germany



Social media communication and its role in smart governance of local municipalities

Katarína SÝKOROVÁ, Katarína VITÁLIŠOVÁ, Darina ROJÍKOVÁ, Anna VAŇOVÁ

Matej Bel University in Banska Bystrica, Slovak Republic



How do cities use their communication channels? A study of social media adoption in two European federal states

Iris BHATIA1, Vincent MABILLARD2

1: University of Lausanne (UNIL), Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Brussels, Belgium



Nation(s) branding in a highly fragmented state: The case of Belgium

Vincent MABILLARD1, Renaud VUIGNIER2

1: Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium; 2: University of Lausanne, Switzerland

PSG 17-1: PSG XVII - Sociology of State : Reforms and Resilience - Session 1 - Hyb
Location: SR 42 4.110 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS, Sciences Po Toulouse
Chair: Prof. Marie GORANSSON, Université libre du Bruxelles
Moderator: Santiago RODRIGUEZ TABARQUINO, AMU
 

Introductory Remarks - Remarques introductives

Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS1, Marie GORANSSON2, Michel MANGENOT3

1: Sciences Po Toulouse, France; 2: ULB; 3: Université de Paris 8



Top civil servants in the German Federal Chancellery 1949-2020

Sylvia VEIT

Universität Kassel, Germany



How the EU helped shaping a truly Prime Minister - on the Europeanisation of the Dutch top executive

Mendeltje VAN KEULEN

The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands, The



Division of powers between General Secretariat of the Government and Prime Minister’s Chancellery within the Romania’s Government Office

Alina Georgiana PROFIROIU, Constantin Marius PROFIROIU, Cristina TITIRIȘCĂ

Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

PSG 19-1: PSG XIX : Public Network Policy and Management - Session 1 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 19-1
Chair: Dr. Alessandro SANCINO, Open University Business School
Chair: Dr. Manuela BARRECA, Università della Svizzera italiana
 

Multi-level determinants of public sector innovation: evidence from Belgian and Flemish public organizations

Emmanuel DOCKX, Koen VERHOEST

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Attracting International Organizations. An exploration of successes and failures of governance net-works attracting IOs to Geneva, The Hague, Vienna and Copenhagen

Rosa Sara GROEN

Leiden University, the Netherlands



The plug – building the collaborative governance of wickedness

Hans BOSSELAAR1, Duco BANNINK2

1: Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands; 2: Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands

PSG 20-1: PSG XX: Welfare State Governance and Professionalism - Session 1 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 20-1
Chair: Prof. Tanja KLENK, University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg
Chair: Prof. Elio BORGONOVI, Università Bocconi
Chair: Prof. Mirko NOORDEGRAAF, Utrecht University
Moderator: Prof. Karsten VRANGBAEK, University of Copenhagen
 

Cross-border service utilisation and provision for people with disabilities in the wake of COVID-19 in the case of Bavaria and Tyrol.

Lukas KERSCHBAUMER, Sascha GELL, Ajla NESIMOVIC

Management Center Innsbruck, Austria

Discussant: Einat LAVEE (University of Haifa)



Working towards a democratic expertise

Jane LETHBRIDGE

University of Greenwich, United Kingdom

Discussant: Sarah CARDAUN (Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg)



How do Different Organizational Influences Lead Street-Level Bureaucrats to Move towards Clients? A Comparison of Care Services for the Elderly in Germany and Israel

Sarah CARDAUN1, Tanja KLENK1, Maayan DAVIDOVITZ2, Nissim COHEN2

1: University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg, Germany; 2: University of Haifa

Discussant: Lukas KERSCHBAUMER (Management Center Innsbruck)

PSG 22 -2: PSG XXII - Behavioral Public Administration - Session 2 - Hybrid
Location: AY2.114 Hyb
Chair: Prof. Sharon GILAD, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 

Order effects in trust-in-government measurement: A series of survey experiments in a large-scale COVID survey

Wouter VAN DOOREN1, Morten Hjortskov Larsen2, Steven De Vadder1, Koen Verhoest1

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: Aarhus University



The Effect of Regulatory Agencies’ Democratic and Technocratic Qualities on Public Trust in Regulators and Businesses

Libby MAMAN

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel



Public administrative scandals and bureaucratic reputations: Evidence from a difference-in-differences design using a real-world embezzlement scandal

Mads THAU1, Maria Falk MIKKELSEN2

1: The Institute for Social Research (ISF), Norway; 2: The Danish Center for Social Science Research (VIVE), Denmark



Hiding, Ignoring, Sharing, Correcting: Handling Errors in Public Organizations

Caroline FISCHER1, Kristina S. WEIßMÜLLER2

1: University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: University of Bern, Switzerland



Corrupt Bureaucrat? The effects of stereotyping and cultural norms on corrupt behaviors among public employees

Sheeling NEO, Lars TUMMERS, Stephan GRIMMELIKHUIJSEN

Utrecht School of governance, Netherlands, The

PSG 23 - 1: PSG XXIII : Administration, Diveristy and Equal Treatment - Session 1 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 23-1
Chair: Prof. Anna SIMONATI, University of Trento
Chair: Prof. Esther HAPPACHER, University of Innsbruck
 

Shifting the Cognitive Paradigm for Promoting Inclusive Language

Giovanna COVI

Università di Trento, Italy, Italy



Right to education and social diversity in Italy during the Covid-19 pandemic period

Marco CALABRÒ1, Silvia TUCCILLO2

1: Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy; 2: Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy



Right to education of the disabled and limits to administrative discretion in Italian jurisprudence

Fortunato GAMBARDELLA

Università della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy

PSG 4 & 5 -1: PSG IV : Local Governance and Democracy & PSG V : Regional and Local Government - Session 1: Crisis I - Climate & Economy - Hybrid
Location: K4.401 Hyb
Chair: Prof. Ellen WAYENBERG, Ghent University
Chair: Prof. Martin Jolyon LAFFIN, Queen Mary University of London
 

Building out the Environmental Policy Space: Role of Voters and Neighbors in Sustainability Transitions and Effects of Sustainability Practices on City Performance over the Great Recession

Doug GOODMAN1, Evgenia GORINA2, P. Edward FREND3

1: University of Central Florida, United States of America; 2: Mississippi State University; 3: University of Texas at Dallas



Policy instruments: municipal networks and municipalities’ response to the climate & environmental crisis.

Lauren TOUCHANT

University of Ottawa, Canada



Assessing the implications of cash and voucher transfers in humanitarian assistance

Alexander HIEDEMANN, Elisa PAGLIAROLI

SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy

PSG 6-1: PSG VI : Governance of Public Sector Organisations - Session 1 : Governing the Pandemic - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 6-1
Chair: Dr. Külli SARAPUU, Tallinn University of Technology
 

Governments and the race against the Covid-19 crisis: A global study of administrative fragmentation, capacities and legacies

Marlene JUGL

Bocconi University, Italy

Discussant: Stéphanie VERLINDEN (University of Antwerp)



Explaining trust in government during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic: About drivers of trust and their changing relevance over time

Koen VERHOEST1, Steven Felix DE VADDER1, Monika GLAVINA1, Koen PEPERMANS2

1: GOVTRUST centre of excellence and Politics & Public Governance research group - University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: University of Antwerp, Belgium

Discussant: Thijs DE BOER (Leiden University)



Advancing a reform program during the pandemic: the Canadian experience

Luc BERNIER1, Jim MITCHELL2

1: University of Ottawa, Canada; 2: Carleton University

Discussant: Muiris MAC CARTHAIGH (Queens University Belfast)



The Dynamics of Governance Capacity and Legitimacy: The Case of a Digital Tracing Technology During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jonas LUND-TØNNESEN, Tom CHRISTENSEN

University of Oslo, Norway

Discussant: Lars BRUMMEL (Utrecht University)

PSG 7-1: PSG VII : Qualitiy and Integrity of Governance - Session 1 - Virtual
Location: AW1.120 Hyb
Chair: Dr. Leonie HERES, Utrecht University
Chair: Dr. Ciarán O' KELLY, Queen's University Belfast
 

WHO HAS HAD THE POWER? Opinion based vs evidence informed decision making in Slovakia´s Lesson Learned from Pandemic COVID – 19

Andrea FIGULOVÁ, Michaela DÉNEŠOVÁ

Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia, Slovak Republic



The Effect of Regulatory Agencies’ Democratic and Technocratic Qualities on Public Trust in Regulators and Businesses

Libby MAMAN

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel



Collective Resilience and Sustainability: Towards a Culture of Engagement and Collaboration in Public Administration

Esa Matti KÄYHKÖ

Tampere University, Finland



Cyborg Accountability in the Machine Age

Ciarán O' KELLY

Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom

PSG 8-1: PSG VIII : Citizen Participation - Session 1 - Hybrid
Location: Room Henri Janne - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Bram G.J. VERSCHUERE, Ghent University
Chair: Dr. Elke LOEFFLER, University of Strathclyde
Chair: Dr. Marlies E. HONINGH, Radboud University
 

Pubic trust in government and citizen participation during Covid 19 pandemic crisis: comparative study in the Baltic States

Vidmante GIEDRAITYTE, Rasa SMALIUKIENE, Mantas BILEISIS

General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania, Lithuania



Tackling Covid-19 through co-production in Brazilian vulnerable communities

André Feliciano LINO1, André Carlos Busanelli de AQUINO2, Lidiane Nazaré da Silva DIAS1, Ileana STECCOLINI3

1: Federal University of Pará, Brazil; 2: University of São Paulo, Brazil; 3: University of Essex



Citizens’ Initiatives in Times of Crisis: An Investigation into the Factors that Influence the Durability of Citizens’ Initiatives

Neeltje SPIT1, Kors VISSCHER1, Menno HURENKAMP1, Evelien TONKENS1, Margo TRAPPENBURG2

1: Universiteit voor Humanistiek, Netherlands, The; 2: Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands, The

   
2:30pm
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4:00pm
PSG 21-2: PSG XXI: Policy Design and Evaluation - Session 2 hyb : Policy capacity and policy analysis in hard times II
Location: SR 42 5.110 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Sonja BLUM, University of Hagen
 

Zombie Ideas in Public Administration

Maximilian L. Nagel1, B. Guy Peters2

1: Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen; 2: University of Pittsburgh



Policy capacity matters for education reforms: A diverging tale of two Brazilian states

Yifei Yan1, Hironobu Sano2, Lilia Asuca Sumiya2

1: London School of Economics, United Kingdom; 2: Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte



How designers reduce the influence of epistemology gap in innovation public policies in a context of smart cities projects

Clarisse GOMES, André AQUINO

USP, Brazil

3:00pm
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4:00pm
PSG 18-3: PSG XVIII : Justice and Court Administration - Session 3: Court of Auditors and Commercial Court Cases - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 18
Chair: Prof. Anne SANDERS, Bielefeld University
 

Public policy of external jurisdictional control of accounts in Portugal: A study on the its’ fundamentals and practical effectiveness

Ricardo Moraes SOARES1, João Ricardo CATARINO1, Ana Maria SANTOS1, Susana SOBRAL2

1: CAPP/ISCSP-ULisboa, Portugal; 2: ISCSP-ULisboa, Portugal



The Decline in Commercial Court Cases in The Netherlands: 2001-2020

Diogo REQUENA, Frans VAN DIJK, Wolter HASSINK, Remme VERKERK

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

3:00pm
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5:30pm
PSG 3-1: PSG III : Public Personnel Policies - Session 1 : HRM and well-being - Hybrid
Location: K4.201 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Lotte Bøgh ANDERSEN, Aarhus University
Chair: Prof. Eva KNIES, Utrecht University
 

Increasing street-level bureaucrats’ well-being in times of uncertainty: two brief social belonging-interventions

Noor DE BOER, Carina SCHOTT, Kim LOYENS

Utrecht University, The Netherlands



Job Satisfaction, Emotional Exhaustion, and Absenteeism of Public Servants in Child and Youth Welfare – A Closer Look at Work Design and Individual Resilience

Max WURSTHORN1, Iris SALITERER1, Sanja KORAC2

1: University of Freiburg, Germany; 2: University of Speyer, Germany



Linking Leader-Member Exchange with Organization Citizenship Behavior: The Simultaneous Direct and Mediation effect through Team-Member Exchange and Motivation-Enhancing HR Practices

Aneeqa SUHAIL, Trui STEEN

KU Leuven, Belgium



Do public employees work less than private employees? An analysis of the effects of flextime.

Armand Brice KOUADIO

University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, Switzerland



Is red tape hindering the HRM-performance causal chain in the public sector? A moderated mediation model between transformational leadership, perceived HRM and (employee-, organizational- and societal) well-being.

Rick T. BORST1, Rutger BLOM2

1: Utrecht University, The Netherlands; 2: Radboud University, The Netherlands



Performance Rewards and Job (Dis)satisfaction in Poorer and Richer Countries: Multi-Level Evidence from an Original Survey of 23,000 Bureaucrats in Ten Countries

Paola CANTARELLI1, Christian SCHUSTER2, Kim SASS MIKKELSEN3, Jan MEYER-SAHLING4

1: Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna; 2: University College London; 3: Roskilde University; 4: The University of Nottingham

4:00pm
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5:30pm
COVID: Local and National Government In Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Emergency : Lessons learnt from Italy
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room COVID Panel
Chair: Luca Raffaello PERFETTI, BonelliErede
Chair: Prof. Pierpaolo FORTE, università degli studi del sannio
 

The Legal Foundation of the Emergency Powers in Europe and in Italy

Donato VESE2, Viviana DI CAPUA1

1: University of Naples Federico II, Italy; 2: University of Turin, Italy



Administrative organization and balance of social rights at the testing bench of the Covid-19 pandemic

Filippo BORRIELLO1, Francesco ROTA2

1: University of Naples Federico II, Italy; 2: University of Sannio, Italy



Post-pandemic governance and the strengthening of territorial resilience. The Next Generation EU instrument and the Italian recovery and resilience plan

Luigi FERRARA1, Marina ROMA2

1: University of Naples Federico II, Italy; 2: University of Genoa, Italy



Territorial inequalities and post-emergency cohesion measures: perspectives for an integrated development of the territories

Benedetta GIORDANO1, Nicoletta PICA2

1: Università degli Studi del Sannio, Italy; 2: University of Sannio, Italy

Panel Police: The Politics and Management of Policing
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room Panel Police
Chair: Prof. Eckhard SCHROETER, German University of the Police
Chair: Prof. Jean HARTLEY, The Open University
Chair: Prof. Edoardo ONGARO, Open University
Chair: Prof. Kathryn S. QUICK, University of Minnesota
Discussant/rapporteur: Prof. Jeroen MAESSCHALCK, KU Leuven (University of Leuven)
Policing represents a core function of government, on which many other public services rest. In fact, the provision of internal and external security to society can be seen as a, if not the constitutive element of modern statehood, as many contract theorists have it. And yet, the institutional arrangements through which public safety in our societies is meant to be achieved seem to be conspicuously neglected by what constitutes the broadly-defined public administration and management community. The organizers of this panel argue for a full-fledged integration of policing as a public service into the study of the public sector at large through the lenses of public administration, management, and governance. In making the academic and professional discourses on policing, on the one hand, and public administration, on the other hand, more articulate with one another, we can utilize the potential of cross-fertilization and provide new insights into policing by pursuing a „public organizati...
 

Modelling police community support officer management by agent-based simulation

Phil DAVIES1, Jeffrey JOHNSON2

1: Greater Manchester Police, United Kingdom; 2: Open University, UK



Police leardership at the polical interface

Jean HARTLEY, Jane ROBERTS

The Open University, United Kingdom



Soreignity, conflict, and cooperation: Tribal governments' accounts of inter-juridictional policing coordination for public safety

Kathryn S. QUICK

University of Minnesota, United States of America

 
4:15pm
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4:45pm
4. Coffee: Coffee Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
4:15pm
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5:45pm
PSG 13-3: PSG XIII : Public Policy - Session 3 : Street-Level policy entrepreneurship - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 13
Chair: Dr. Eva THOMANN, University of Konstanz
 

Collaborative Governance and Street-level Policy Entrepreneurship

Kevin ORR1, Philipp TREIN2

1: University of St. Andrews; 2: Université de Genève, Switzerland

Discussant: Don LEE (University of Nottingham)



Policy Entrepreneurship: Experimental Evidence from Local Government

Don LEE

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Discussant: Deniz YILDIRIM (Bilkent University)



WHO CAN ACT AS POLICY ENTREPRENEUR IN A STATIST POLICY STYLE? AN EXAMPLE FROM TURKEY M

Deniz YILDIRIM

Bilkent University, Turkey

Discussant: Philipp TREIN (Université de Lausanne)

PSG 6-2: PSG VI : Governance of Public Sector Organisations - Session 2: Accountability - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 6-2
Chair: Prof. Lise RYKKJA, University of Bergen
 

The emotional backlash of accountability instruments

Sjors OVERMAN

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Almire BRAHIMI (University of Konstanz)



Implementing Public Accounts Committee recommendations: Evidence from the UK government's "Progress Reports" since 2012

Thomas ELSTON, Yuxi ZHANG

Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Discussant: Koen VERHOEST (University of Antwerp)



Accountability beyond hierarchy. A conjoint experiment exploring three logics of accountability behaviour

Thomas SCHILLEMANS, Marija ALEKSOVSKA, Lars BRUMMEL

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Andreja PEGAN (Northumbria University//University of Ljubljana)

 
7:15pm
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10:00pm
Conference: Dinner

The dinner will take place at "La Chaufferie", Rue des Pères Blancs 6, 1040 Brussels

Date: Thursday, 09/Sept/2021
8:00am
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12:00pm
Reg 3: Registration
Location: Registration Desk - R42 Atrium
8:30am
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10:30am
FR 2: French-Speaking Seminar - Session 2
Location: SR 42 5.103 - Hyb
Chair: Emil TURC, Aix-Marseille Université
 

L’application des normes internationales IPSAS : cas du Maroc en comparaison avec la Belgique

Amina IDRISSI CHOUAHDI, Fréderic Schoenaers, Christophe Dubois

Ecole Nationale de Commerce et de Gestion Agadir, Maroc



Digitization of healthcare policies and services: tensions and challenges

Vincent MABILLARD, Jan MATTIJS

Département de management public, Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)



La modernisation de la gestion publique sous le prisme de la réforme budgétaire : Cas de la Loi organique des finances au Maroc

Imane LAKCHIRI

Université Hassan I Settat, Maroc



Le BP : un dispositif favorisant une gestion plus performante de la Valeur publique ?

Céline DU BOYS, Edina SOLDO

Aix Marseille Université, France

PSG 1-3: PSG I : e-Government - Session 3 - Hybrid
Location: J.1.106 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. C. William WEBSTER, University of Stirling
Moderator: Dr. Steve TROUPIN, IIAS
Discussant/rapporteur: Prof. Ines MERGEL, University of Konstanz
 

Connections between Digital Technologies in Public Sector Practices

Mathilde WINSLØW

Aarhus University, Denmark



Citizen trust in algorithmic recommendations: Evidence from two survey experiments

Esther NIEUWENHUIZEN, Albert MEIJER, Stephan GRIMMELIKHUIJSEN, Floris BEX

Utrecht University, The Netherlands



An Artificial Intelligence Definition and Classification Framework for Public Sector Applications. AI Classification Framework

Omar BALLESTER

Université de Lausanne, Switzerland



Data practices and discretion of public officials: an institutional perspective

Wybren VAN RIJ1, Rianne DEKKER2

1: Utrecht University of Applied Sciences; 2: Utrecht University School of Governance

PSG 11-3: PSG XI : Strategic Management in Government - Session 3 : Conceptual framework - Hybrid
Location: SR 42 5.107 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Anne DRUMAUX, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
 

Strategizing in Public Administration: The Construct and Its Measurement

John M. Bryson1, Bert George2

1: University of Minnesota, USA; 2: Ghent University, Belgium



Open strategy in public organizations: bridging governance and strategy research and theory

Jesper Rosenberg HANSEN1, Madalina POP1, Maria SKOV1, Bert GEORGE2

1: Aarhus University, Denmark; 2: Ghent University, Belgium



Agency vs Stewardship Theory - looking for the optimal solution adequate for local cultural policy implementation

Wawrzyniec RUDOLF

University of Lodz, Poland



How to navigate complex reform? COMPAS: an experimental, complexity-driven evaluation framework

Hanna-Kaisa PERNAA, Harri JALONEN, Petri UUSIKYLÄ

University of Vaasa, Finland

PSG 17-2: PSG XVII - Sociology of State : Reforms and Resilience - Session 2 - Hyb
Location: SR 42 4.110 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS, Sciences Po Toulouse
Moderator: Santiago RODRIGUEZ TABARQUINO, AMU
 

Policy Coordination at the Top and International Governmental Organizations

Bob REINALDA1, Kent KILLE2

1: Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, The; 2: College of Wooster, USA



The Secretariat General of the European Commission: Change and Continuity 1999 - 2020

Hussein KASSIM

University of East Anglia, United Kingdom



Le Secrétariat Général du Conseil: éminence grise de la présidence tournante ?

Oriane Irma Edith GILLOZ

College of Europe, Belgique



The Junker Commission and the Selmayrgate: on some limits to a "political European Commission".

Didier GEORGAKAKIS

Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne - Collège de l'Europe - Chaire Jean Monnet, France



L’art de gouverner : trajectoires comparées du Secrétariat général du Gouvernement (français) et du Secrétariat général du Conseil (de l’Union européenne)

Michel MANGENOT

Université Paris 8 - Institut d’Etudes Européennes (IEE), France

PSG 2-2: PSG II : Performance in the Public Sector - Session 2 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 2-2
Chair: Prof. Shirin AHLBÄCK ÖBERG, Uppsala University
 

Outsourcing and Public Employees: How Skills, Gender and Job Experience Moderate the Effects of Outsourcing on Employees

Gustav Egede HANSEN1, Germà BEL2, Ole Helby PETERSEN1

1: Roskilde University, Denmark; 2: Universitat de Barcelona



Analysis of the Efficiency of Collaboration in Public Service Delivery: an Aplication to Waste Collection in Spanish Local Governments

Vicente PINA, Jaime GARCÍA-RAYADO, Lourdes TORRES

University of Zaragoza, Spain



Public managers’ entrepreneurial orientation towards public value in Portuguese public higher education

Ana Maria SANTOS1, João Ricardo CATARINO1, Anabela CORREIA2, Susana SOBRAL3

1: CAPP/ISCSP-ULisboa, Portugal; 2: ISCAL-IPL, Portugal; 3: ISCSP-ULisboa, Portugal

PSG 22-3: PSG XXII - Behavioral Public Administration - Session 3 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 22-3
Chair: Prof. Sharon GILAD, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 

Job Uncertainty, Political Patronage, and Service Motivation An experiment on temporary employees’ performance in politicised bureaucracies

Santiago QUINTERO-SUAREZ

King's College London



The structural antecedents of intergovernmental social ties and government-wide social identification: training, career path and geographic centrality

Yael Schanin, Sharon Gilad

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem



Do citizens appreciate Algorithmic Decision Making (ADM) to hire civil servants? Evidence from a vignette experiment conducted in the US, Japan, and Germany

Markus Tepe1, Sebastian Hemesath1, Christine Prokop2

1: University of Oldenburg, Germany; 2: Twente University, Netherlands



Speaking from Personal Experience with Public Services

Asmus Leth OLSEN, Anders Woller

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

PSG 4 & 5 -2: PSG IV : Local Governance and Democracy & PSG V : Regional and Local Government - Session 2: Crisis II - COVID & Migration - Hybrid
Location: K4.401 Hyb
Chair: Prof. Sabine KUHLMANN, Universität Potsdam
Chair: Prof. Tomas BERGSTROM, Lund University
 

German Local Authorities Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic: Capacities and Autonomy under Stress.

Sabine KUHLMANN, Jochen FRANZKE

Universität Potsdam, Germany



Guiding Collaboration: The Role of the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions during the Covid-Crisis.

Rolf HUGOSON

Umeå University, Sweden



Governance of migrant integration – the role of the local level in integration policies in Germany, Sweden and France

Franziska OEHLERT1, Jonas HAFNER2, André KASTILAN2, Jörg BOGUMIL2, Sabine KUHLMANN1

1: Potsdam University, Germany; 2: Ruhr-University Bochum



Conceptualizing and explaining flexibility in local administrative crisis management – a cross-district analysis in Germany

Steffen ECKHARD, Alexa LENZ

University Konstanz, Germany

PSG 7-2: PSG VII : Qualitiy and Integrity of Governance - Session 2 - Virtual
Location: AW1.120 Hyb
Chair: Dr. Leonie HERES, Utrecht University
Chair: Dr. Ciarán O' KELLY, Queen's University Belfast
 

Legislating for values? The case of the Public Service Act 2020

Michael James MACAULAY1, Rodney SCOTT2, Eleanor MERTON3

1: Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; 2: Public Service Commission, New Zealand; 3: Public Service Commission, New Zealand



From Principles-based to Principled Regulation: Integrating Ethical Approaches into contemporary regulatory styles

Tola AMODU

University of East Anglia, United Kingdom



The Concept and Measurement of Legislative Backsliding– The Case of Hungary

Miklos SEBOK, Adam KOVACS

Centre for Social Sciences, Hungary



Values-Based Governance

Gjalt DE GRAAF

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

 
8:30am
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11:00am
PSG 3-2: PSG III : Public Personnel Policies - Session 2 : HRM and Leadership in the public sector - Hybrid
Location: K4.201 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Christian Bøtcher JACOBSEN, Aarhus University
Chair: Prof. Eva KNIES, Utrecht University
 

Leadership in the Public Sector: A Meta-analysis of Styles, Outcomes, and Contexts

Leonie BACKHAUS1, Rick VOGEL2

1: University of Hamburg, Germany; 2: University of Hamburg, Germany



Leading in all the right directions? The Relationship Between Public Managers’ perceived Autonomy and Time Used Leading Upwards, Side wards, Outwards and Downwards

Caroline Howard GRØN1, Niels OPSTRUP2, Heidi Houlberg SALOMONSEN1, Anders Ryom VILLADSEN1

1: Aarhus University, Denmark; 2: University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



Disentangling Risk Management and Error Management: A Theoretical Framework

Emily Rose TANGSGAARD1, Caroline FISCHER2

1: Aarhus Universitiy, Denmark; 2: University of Potsdam



A people management intervention for line managers. Developing and pilot-testing an online career-oriented people management training for line managers of professionals: a field intervention study

Evelien H. VAN LEEUWEN1, Eva KNIES2, Elizabeth L. J. VAN RENSEN3, Toon W. TARIS4, Machteld VAN DEN HEUVEL5, Jan-Willem J. LAMMERS3

1: University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht University School of Governance; 2: Utrecht University School of Governance; 3: University Medical Center Utrecht; 4: Utrecht University Social Sciences; 5: Department of Work and Organisational Psychology, University of Amsterdam



How Transformational Leadership and Reputation Management Relates to Employee’s Mission Valence in Public Agencies

Mette Østergaard PEDERSEN, Heidi Houlberg SALOMONSEN

Aarhus University, Denmark

9:00am
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10:30am
PANEL: NISPAcee Panel Central and Eastern Europe at the crossroads: The COVID-19 crisis and its impact on governance and the quality of democracy - Hybrid
Location: AY2.108 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Gyorgy HAJNAL, Corvinus University of Budapest
Chair: Prof. Juraj NEMEC, Masaryk University Brno
 

COVID-19 and alternative service delivery

Juraj NEMEC

Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic



The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on crisis governance: the case of Lithuania

Vitalis NAKROSIS

Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Lithuania



Managing Covid19 crisis at Subnational Level in Romania

Alina Georgiana PROFIROIU, Clara VOLINTIRU

Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania



COVID-19 Digital Contact Tracing, Trust, and Consensus Why some countries have been successful and some failed

Hiroko KUDO

Chuo University, Japan



Emergency legislation in Covid-19 Pandemic and regulatory quality: Case of Regulatory Process in Slovakia

Katarina STARONOVA, Nina STASTNA, Matus SLOBODA

Comenius University Bratislava, Slovak Republic



Domestic Soft Law Regulation During the COVID-lockdown in Hungary, with a Special Focus on Remote Education Recommendations

Petra Láncos, Petra Láncos

Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences

PSG 12-3: PSG XII - Public Sector Financial Management - Session 3 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 12-3
 

Voluntary disclosure and popular financial reporting practices – The case of Swedish municipalities

Pierre DONATELLA1, Marco BISOGNO2

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: University of Salerno, Italy

Discussant: Susana JORGE (University of Coimbra)



Water really is more transparent? Disclosure practices in Spanish publicly-owned enterprises

Javier ANDRADES, Maria CONESA, Estibaliz BIEDMA, Nieves GOMEZ, Jesus HERRERA, Manuel LARRAN, Domingo MARTINEZ-MARTINEZ

University of Cadiz, Spain

Discussant: Marco BISOGNO (University of Salerno)



Transparency, financial condition and financial sustainability in the public sector: a bibliometric analysis

Lara BAIÃO1, Susana JORGE1,2, Pedro André CERQUEIRA1,3

1: University of Coimbra, Faculty of Economics; 2: Research Centre in Political Science (CICP); 3: Centre for Business and Economics Research (CEBER)

Discussant: Javier ANDRADES (University of Cadiz)

PSG 13-4: PSG XIII : Public Policy - Session 4: Multi-Level systems and policy bureaucracy - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 13
Chair: Dr. Eva THOMANN, University of Konstanz
 

An obligation, an opportunity and a resource: how subnational policy bureaucrats use international human rights conventions

Jonathan MIAZ1, Martino MAGGETTI2

1: Centre of Comparative European and International Law, University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: Institute of Political Studies, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Discussant: Anne Mette MØLLER (Aarhus University)



Managing Upwards – Frontline Supervisors as Policy Makers

Mathilde CECCHINI, Anne Mette MØLLER

Aarhus Universitet

Discussant: Catherine NEEDHAM (University of Birmingham)



Dealing with drift: comparing social care reform in the four nations of the UK

Catherine NEEDHAM, Patrick HALL

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Discussant: Martino MAGETTI (University of Lausanne)

PSG 16 -2: PSG XVI : Public Marketing and Communication - Session 2 : Digital Communication - Hybrid
Location: DC2.223
Chair: Prof. Christophe ALAUX, AIX MARSEILLE UNIVERSITY
 

An Analysis of Community Managers’ Profiles in the Public Sector. Implications in the Case of Spanish Municipalities

J. Ignacio Criado, Julián Villodre

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain



Mask wearing and young peoples’ information seeking and credibility evaluations during a pandemic

Laura Erika KÖRKKÖ1, Vilma LUOMA-AHO1, Maria-Jose CANEL2

1: University of Jyväskylä, Finland; 2: Complutense University of Madrid, Spain



Can public communication through Twitter reduce the Performance-Satisfaction Gap?

Steven Felix De Vadder, Koen Verhoest, Wouter Van Dooren, Jan Wynen

University of Antwerp, Belgium

PSG 18-4: PSG XVIII : Justice and Court Administration - Session 4: Digital Transformation and Innovation - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 18
Chair: Prof. Anne SANDERS, Bielefeld University
 

Going beyond the black box: Contrast between backyard and front yard at the Belgian Council of State

Christophe DUBOIS, Lisa PELSSERS

Université de Liège, Belgique



“Open Justice vs. Privacy” – Outlining of a Research Project

Daniel KETTIGER1, Andreas LIENHARD1, Matthias STÜRMER2, Thomas MYRACH3, Magda CHODUP1, Joel NIKLAUS2

1: University of Bern, Switzerland, Centre for Public Management; 2: University of Bern, Switzerland, Institute of Computer Scienc; 3: University of Bern, Switzerland, Institute of Information Systems



Innovation Network in Federal Justice. Innovation Laboratories and Sustainable Development Goals

Antonio Cesar BOCHENEK, Luciana Ortiz ZANONI

Enfam - Escola Nacional de Formação e Aperfeiçoamento de Magistrados, Brazil

PSG 21-3: PSG XXI: Policy Design and Evaluation - Session 3 hyb : Policy capacity and policy advice
Location: SR 42 5.110 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Ellen FOBE, KU Leuven Public Governance Institute
 

Political-administrative dynamics in the reform of the policy advisory system and political control over policy advice

Li WEI

Chinese University of Hong Kong Society of Sustainability, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Living in the Shadows: Ministerial Advisers in Central and East European Countries

Katarina STARONOVA1, Marek RYBAŘ2

1: Comenius University Bratislava, Slovak Republic; 2: Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic



Does accessibility of evaluative information facilitate better parliamentary oversight? Evidence from the Dutch parliament

Valérie PATTYN

Leiden University, Netherlands, The

PSG 6-3: PSG VI : Governance of Public Sector Organisations - Session 3: Governing the Pandemic - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 6-3
Chair: Prof. Muiris MAC CARTHAIGH, Queens University Belfast
 

On the frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic: capturing contextual factors

Remigijus Civinskas1, Jaroslav DVORAK2

1: Vvytautas Magnus University, Ltithuania; 2: Klaipeda University, Lithuania

Discussant: Barbara Krystyna ZYZAK (University of Bergen)



Assessing Health care organization coordination with Regional Institutions in Italy during the Covid-19 pandemic first wave. Can transformational management be the answer?

Lorenzo PRATICI1, Gianluca LANZA2, Federica BANDINI3, Andrea FRANCESCONI4

1: University of Parma, Italy; 2: University of Parma, Italy; 3: University of Bologna, Italy; 4: University of Trento, Italy

Discussant: Charlotte VAN DIJCK (KU Leuven)



The changing politics of vaccines – the main principles and the challenges of allocation in practice

Tom CHRISTENSEN2, Per LAEGREID1

1: University of Bergen, Norway; 2: University of Oslo, Norway

Discussant: Sjors OVERMAN (Utrecht University)

PSG 9 - 1: PSG IX : Teaching Public Administration - Session 1 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 9-1
Chair: Dr. Monika KNASSMÛLLER, WU Vienna
 

Making the best of a bad situation – the experience of podcasting academics

Karin BOTTOM1, Ian C. ELLIOTT2, Russ GLENNON3, Joanne KNOWLES4

1: INLOGOV, Univeristy of Birmingham; 2: Northumbria University, United Kingdom; 3: Manchester Metropolitan University; 4: Liverpool John Moores University

Discussant: Ana Maria SANTOS (CAPP/ISCSP-ULisboa)



Being blindsided by our blind spots? Researching equality, diversity and COVID 19 in public administrative higher education in Germany.

Abena DADZE- ARTHUR, Anita MÖRTH

FernUniversität Hagen, Germany

Discussant: Alice Maria TRINDADE (ISCSP - Universidade de Lisboa)



Online Education under COVID-19: Evidence from the Public Policy School in Singapore

Stuti Rawat1, Yifei Yan2, Alfred M Wu3, Lina Vyas1

1: The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, PRC; 2: London School of Economics, United Kingdom; 3: Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore

Discussant: Peter (PK) MARKS (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

 
10:30am
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11:00am
5. Coffee: Coffee Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
11:00am
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1:00pm
PLEN 2: Seeking guidance from experts
Location: K1.105 Lafontaine - Hybrid - Streaming

Zoom Meeting Room

While the climate and health crises have shed light on the role of experts in policymaking, the presence and influence of experts in political and administrative circles have always existed. However, the speed of information dissemination, the new information and communication technologies, and the participatory aspirations of the population have contributed to change how the relationships between experts, politicians and citizens are perceived, especially from the general public’s perspective. In addition, scientific debates, the rise of populism and recent attacks on science have generated doubt and even suspicion about scientific works, fuelled by groups of individuals, politicians and sometimes academics themselves. Therefore, we find it particularly relevant to question the role of expertise in crises from the experts’ point of view.

 

 

Opening

Marius GILBERT

Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium



Reflection about his experience as an expert invollved in decision-making

Jean-Pascal van YPERSELE

Université catholique de Louvain, Earth and Life Institute (ELI), Belgium



Reflection about her experience as an expert invollved in decision-making

Erika VLIEGHE

UZA UAntwerpen and GEMS - Covid-commissariaat, Belgium



Moderation

Emilie VAN HAUTE

Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

1:00pm
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2:00pm
3. Lunch: Lunch Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
2:00pm
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3:30pm
PSG 12-4: PSG XII - Public Sector Financial Management - Session 4 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 12-4
 

Are you sure to measure financial health properly? CFS and policy maker decisions

Cristian CARINI1, Claudio TEODORI2

1: University of Brescia, Italy; 2: University of Brescia, Italy

Discussant: Ferdinando DI CARLO (University of Basilicata)



Do incomes from unsustainable sources boost local governments’ financial sustainability? An analysis of the effects of different policies in an Italian region

Ferdinando DI CARLO1, Manuela LUCCHESE2, Guido MODUGNO3

1: University of Basilicata, Italy; 2: University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli", Italy; 3: University of Trieste, Italy

Discussant: László VÉRTESY (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)



The Role of Specialised Financial Institutions in Local Government Debt Financing

László VÉRTESY

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

Discussant: Cristian CARINI (University of Brescia)

PSG 18-5: PSG XVIII : Justice and Court Administration - Session 5: COVID-19 Pandemic - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 18
Chair: Daniel KETTIGER, University of Bern
 

Case study – International Survey of The Judiciary System in COVID19 Pandemic

Antonio Cesar BOCHENEK, Luciana Ortiz ZANONI, Vladimir Passos de FREITAS

Enfam - Escola Nacional de Formação e Aperfeiçoamento de Magistrados, Brazil



The pandemic COVID-19 and the working of the criminal justice system in Switzerland

Christophe KOLLER1, Daniel FINK2

1: ESEHA-CHStat, Switzerland; 2: University of Lucerne



Local Election Dispute in Covid-19 Pandemic: The Constitutional Court Strategies

Andi HAKIM, Ariesty Kartika

The Constitutional Court of The Republic of Indonesia, Indonesia

PSG 8-2: PSG VIII : Session 2 - Round table : The future of Citizen participation in a digital age
Location: Room Henri Janne - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Elke LOEFFLER, University of Strathclyde
Chair: Prof. Bram G.J. VERSCHUERE, Ghent University
Chair: Dr. Marlies E. HONINGH, Radboud University

Zoom Meeting Room

We would like to invite all study group participants and other participants of the EGPA Conference to contribute to a Roundtable to help us shape the agenda of the EGPA Study Group on Citizen Participation.

In particular, the EGPA Study Group is interested in research issues and research methodologies which are both of benefit to the academic community and to practitioners engaging in citizen participation. We are also open to proposals for collaboration and for experimentation with new interactive and creative formats for future Study Group Meetings – in the spirit of participative working.

So, make your voice heard and join the conversation at our Roundtable! This is also a great networking opportunity if you are looking for international research partners on the theme of citizen participation.

The results of the Roundtable discussion will be published in a blog on our EGPA Study Group webpage to share our discussion more widely ! 

PSG 9 - 2: PSG IX : Teaching Public Administration - Session 2 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 9-2
 

The teaching of Public Administration in Portugal, some other European countries, and in Brazil: A comparative perspective

Joaquim Croca CAEIRO1, Ana Maria SANTOS1, Ricardo Moraes SOARES1, Susana SOBRAL2

1: CAPP/ISCSP-ULisboa, Portugal; 2: ISCSP-ULisboa, Portugal

Discussant: Anita MÖRTH (FernUniversität in Hagen)



British Public Administration – A Survey of Teaching Public Administration

Ian C. ELLIOTT1, Karin BOTTOM2, Francisco MOLLER2

1: Northumbria University, United Kingdom; 2: INLOGOV, University of Birmingham

Discussant: Yifei YAN (London School of Economics)



Engaging and propitiating transparent, accountable Public Administration leadership in education: The case of ISCSP-Universidade de Lisboa - 2012-2020

Ricardo RAMOS PINTO, Manuel MEIRINHO, Alice Maria TRINDADE, Isabel SOARES

ISCSP - Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Discussant: Monika KNASSMÛLLER (WU Vienna)

   
2:00pm
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4:00pm
FR 3: French-Speaking Seminar - Session 3 - Hyb
Location: SR 42 5.103 - Hyb
Chair: Emil TURC, Aix-Marseille Université
Chair: Prof. Stéphane NAHRATH, Université de Lausanne
 

Does Cross-Cultural Leadership Apply in the Context of Military Organization? A Parallel Study of the British and French Armies

Gabriel MORIN

Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University, United Kingdom



L’efficacité publique à l’épreuve de la crise sanitaire : regards croisés entre santé publique humaine et santé publique vétérinaire.

Ariane CHAMOIN1,2,3, Elisa CHANIAL1,2, Etienne MACLOUF1,2,4

1: Centre de Recheche en Gestion La Rochelle Université (CEREGE) EA1722 - FRANCE; 2: Laboratoire de recherche en sciences de gestion Panthéon-Assas (LARGEPA) EA 3386 - FRANCE; 3: German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) - ALLEMAGNE; 4: Centre d'Écologie et des Sciences de la Conservation (CESCO) UMR 7204 - FRANCE



L’Organisation publique à l’épreuve de la performance organisationnelle : paradoxes pluraux

Simon Gérard PETER1, Pierre Daniel INDJENDJE2

1: Institut Supérieur de Technologie, Gabon; 2: Laboratoire en Sciences Informatique et de Gestion



Les organisations publiques entre « obligation de résultats » et « tension de création de la valeur publique » : l’hybridation est-il possible ?

Fouad KORBAA

Université d'Oran Ahmed benhmed2, Algérie



L’intelligence collective pour faire évoluer le système de santé d’une résilience conjoncturelle vers une résilience structurelle

Aline COURIE LEMEUR

ISM-IAE, Larequoi, UVSQ, Université Paris Saclay, France

PSG 1-4: PSG I : e-Government - Session 4 - Hyb.
Location: J.1.106 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Frank Edward BANNISTER, Trinity College Dublin
Moderator: Dr. Steve TROUPIN, IIAS
Discussant/rapporteur: Dr. J. Ignacio CRIADO, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
 

Breaking the silos – explaining the challenges of automated cross-organizational service delivery in complex contexts

Moritz Heuberger

University of Potsdam, Germany



How do regulatory agencies connect machine-learning algorithms to their regulatory practice? An ethnographic study

Lukas Christian LORENZ

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The



The OGD Publication Process: A Two-speed Implementation?

Auriane MARMIER

University of Lausanne, IDHEAP, Switzerland



Street-level bureaucrats in the age of algorithms. An Ethnographic Research of Algorithms at the Dutch National Police.

Carlos Albert SOARES, Albert MEIJER, Stephan GRIMMELIKHUIJSEN

University of Utrecht, Netherlands, The

PSG 10-3: PSG X: Law and Public Administration - Session 3: Simplification of Administrative Procedures - Hybrid
Location: Hybrid Zoom Meeting/Room ULB
Chair: Prof. Albert MARSEILLE, University of Groningen
 

The “procedural conference”: A mechanism for simplifying complex administrative procedures

Marta Canavarro PORTOCARRERO

Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal



Simplification à la Hongroise - hollowing out the right to good administration in the name of debureaucratization

Krisztina F. ROZSNYAI

ELTE University Budapest, Hungary



The simplification of administrative procedures in Spain: The state of play

Sara SISTERO RODENAS

Universitat Jaume I, Spain



The simplification of procedures in Portuguese Administrative Law

Miguel Assis RAIMUNDO, João Tiago SILVEIRA, Tiago Fidalgo de FREITAS, Gonçalo de ANDRADE FABIAO

University of Lisbon, Portugal



Simplification of administrative decision-making through automation: The case of Norway

Emily M. WEITZENBÖCK

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

PSG 13-5: PSG XIII : Public Policy - Session 5: Street-Level accountability and divergence - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 13
Chair: Prof. Fritz SAGER, University of Bern
 

Why antiterrorism policy fails: Accountability and divergence at the street level

James MAXIA1, Eva THOMANN2, Jörn EGE3

1: University of Oxford, England; 2: University of Konstanz, Germany; 3: University of Bern, Switzerland

Discussant: Gabriela LOTTA (Getulio Vargas Foundation)



“The Faith that Saves”: how religiosity influence street-level bureaucrats

Gabriela LOTTA1, Giordano MAGRI1, Ana Claudia CORTEZ2, Juliana ROCHA1, Adriana CARVALHO3

1: Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazil; 2: University of Sao Paulo (USP), Brazil; 3: Unifesp (Brazil)

Discussant: Anka KEKEZ (University of Zagreb)



Policy makers by necessity: social workers’ agency in the troubled implementation of domestic violence policy

Anka KEKEZ

Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Discussant: Kent WEAVER (Georgetown University)



Street-Level Divergence: Forms, Determinants and Facilitating Conditions

Anat GOFEN, Kent WEAVER

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

PSG 15-2: PSG XV : Public Administration, Technology and Innovation (PATI) - Session 2 - Hybrid
Location: Hybrid Zoom Meeting/Room ULB
Chair: Dr. Erkki KARO, Tallinn University of Technology
Chair: Dr. Veiko LEMBER, Tallinn University of Technology
 

Dynamic data capabilities in response to Covid-19 pandemic: the case of Estonian Tax and Customs Board

Kerli ONNO

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Discussant: Kayla N SCHWOERER (Rutgers University Newark)



Digital learning and capacity building as drivers of organisation’s performance in humanitarian coordination in developing countries

Kot David Adhal NGUAR

Aix-Marseille University - Institute of Public Management and Territorial Governance; University of Rome - Tor Vergata in Italy

Discussant: Birgit MOSER-PLAUTZ (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt)



Public service delivery in extraordinary times: is Covid-19 accelerating digital transformation?

Birgit MOSER-PLAUTZ

University of Klagenfurt, Austria

Discussant: Kerli ONNO (Tallinn University of Technology)



Designing for Complexity: A Conceptual Framework for Coordinating Smart Public Services

Kayla SCHWOERER, Suzanne Piotrowski, Greg Porumbescu, Kasny Damas

Rutgers University Newark, United States of America

Discussant: Kerli ONNO (Tallinn University of Technology)

PSG 17-3: PSG XVII - Sociology of State : Reforms and Resilience - Session 3 - Hyb
Location: SR 42 4.110 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS, Sciences Po Toulouse
Chair: Prof. Marie GORANSSON, Université libre du Bruxelles
Moderator: Santiago RODRIGUEZ TABARQUINO, AMU
 

Central Agencies: The Buckle of Governing

G. Donald SAVOIE2, B. Guy PETERS1

1: University of Pittsburgh, United States of America; 2: Université de Moncton, Canada



The Invisible Hand of Government Coordination Lessons from Sweden

Göran SUNDSTRÖM, Torbjorn LARSSON

Stockholm University, Sweden



France will always be France! How the changing EU polity strengthens the President’s domination and technocrats’ control over the domestic coordination of EU affairs in France.

Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS

Sciences Po Toulouse, France



At the center of government: the rule of the game according to the Portuguese experience

João SALIS GOMES1, Maria José SOUSA1, Vítor Hugo FARIA2

1: ISCTE-IUL, Portugal; 2: Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Portugal



Ministerial coordination at the top or on the side ? The case of the Secretariat General of the French Ministry of Finance

Edoardo FERLAZZO, Marcel GUENOUN

Institut de la gestion publique et du développement économique (IGPDE), France

PSG 19 -2: PSG XIX : Public Network Policy and Management - Session 2 - Hybrid
Location: Zoom Meeting Room
Chair: Dr. Alessandro SANCINO, Open University Business School
Chair: Dr. Manuela BARRECA, Università della Svizzera italiana
Chair: Prof. Marco MENEGUZZO, Università della Svizzera italiana
 

Inter-municipal cooperation performance: insights about organizational and governance determinants

Davide GIACOMINI

University of Brescia, Italy



Community-Centered Networks and Heritage Sustainability : 'Cinque Terre', A Bottom-up Governance Strategy

Chiara Carolina DONELLI2, Mohamed AMER3, Michele TRIMARCHI1

1: Magna Graecia Univeristy, Italy; 2: Parma University, Italy; 3: Roma Tre University, Italy



An urban transition for the Circular Economy :a network perspective

Fulvio SCOGNAMIGLIO

Open University, United Kingdom

PSG 2-3: PSG II : Performance in the Public Sector - Session 3 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 2-3
Chair: Dr. Scott DOUGLAS, Utrecht University
 

Scaling-up Digital Public Sector Innovation: Building a Conceptual Framework Through a Systematic Review of the Literature

Jessica BREAUGH, Keegan Mc BRIDE, Gerhard HAMMERSCHMID

Hertie School, Germany



Digitalization in Romanian Public Administration under COVID 19 Pandemic

Andra Karla ANGHEL-SIENERTH1, Andreea Ligia DRUGAU-CONSTANTIN2

1: University of Bucharest, Romania; 2: Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania



COVID-19 and the change of Power of Japanese Local Government

Shunsuke KIMURA

Meiji University, Japan



The Politics of Fighting Covid-19: The Swedish Administrative Model put to the test

Shirin AHLBÄCK ÖBERG

Uppsala University, Sweden

PSG 20-2: PSG XX: Welfare State Governance and Professionalism - Session 2 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 20-2
Chair: Prof. Tanja KLENK, University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg
Chair: Prof. Elio BORGONOVI, Università Bocconi
Chair: Prof. Mirko NOORDEGRAAF, Utrecht University
Chair: Prof. Karsten VRANGBAEK, University of Copenhagen
 

The Auxiliary Police in Sweden at crossroads

Fredrik NYGREN, Mattias Fredrik ÖRNERHEIM

Linnaeus University, Sweden

Discussant: Jane LETHBRIDGE (University of Greenwich)



Street level bureaucrats providing personal resources during uncertain times: Causes and consequences for workers and citizens

Einat LAVEE

University of Haifa, Israel

Discussant: Laura Elina PIRHONEN (University of Copenhagen)



Working past retirement – determinants and differences between four Nordic countries

Laura Elina PIRHONEN, Karsten VRANGBÆK

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Discussant: Mattias Fredrik ÖRNERHEIM (Linnaeus University)

PSG 21-4: PSG XXI: Policy Design and Evaluation - Session 4 hyb : Policy capacity and COVID-19
Location: SR 42 5.110 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Valérie PATTYN, Leiden University
 

Policy advisory systems in Slovakia during Covid-19 crisis: Case study of the Central Crisis Committee

Róbert Martin HUDEC

Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic



Of heroes, victims, and villains: Types of policies and their target group constructions

Sonja BLUM1, Johanna Kuhlmann2

1: University of Hagen, Germany; 2: University of Bremen, Germany



Collective Resources under Crisis Conditions: Explaining the Development and Prospects of Collective Debt and Transfers in Europe under COVID19

Shawn DONNELLY

University of Twente, Netherlands

PSG 23 - 2: PSG XXIII : Administration, Diveristy and Equal Treatment - Session 2 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 23-2
Chair: Prof. Anna SIMONATI, University of Trento
Chair: Dr. Nathalie COLASANTI, University of Tor Vergata
 

Representative bureaucracy and perceptions of social exclusion in Europe

Luciana CINGOLANI

Hertie School, Germany



Developing Cultural Competence Curriculum for Training Public Service Employees: An Experimental Study

Sofia Prysmakova1, Daria Sinyagovskaya2

1: Kennesaw State University; 2: Univerisity of Central Florida



Digitalisation of Cultural Institutions under COVID-19 as Opportunity for Inclusion How some cultural institutions successfully survived the pandemic, opening to “new” audiences

Hiroko KUDO, Sieun PARK

Chuo University, Japan



Special Needs Assessment Procedures as Institutional Manifestation of Unequal Treatment – International Comparative Analysis with Implications for the Past, Present, and Future

Michaela VOGT, Till NEUHAUS

Bielefeld University, Germany

PSG 3-3: PSG III : Public Personnel Policies - Session 3 : HRM and Employees - Hybrid
Location: K4.201 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Wouter VANDENABEELE, KU Leuven/Utrecht University
Chair: Prof. Eva KNIES, Utrecht University
 

THE 'PERSON-JOB FIT' IN GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS: EVIDENCE FROM JOB LISTINGS IN GERMANY

Julia FLEISCHER1, Martin KALTHAUS2

1: University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: Friedrich Schiller University Jena



Employee involvement in decision-making during extreme events

Mathias ØSTERGAARD-NIELSEN

Aarhus University, Denmark



Boosting newcomer integration in public service: A diary study on microinterventions

Jana CORDES, Rick VOGEL

Universität Hamburg, Germany



The threat of appearing lazy, inefficient, and slow: Stereotype threat in public sector jobs

Katharina DINHOF, Jurgen WILLEMS

WU Vienna University of Business and Economics, Austria

PSG 4 & 5 -3: PSG IV : Local Governance and Democracy & PSG V : Regional and Local Government - Session 3 : Innovation and/in the relation politics-administration - Hybrid
Location: K4.401 Hyb
Chair: Prof. Ellen WAYENBERG, Ghent University
Chair: Prof. Sabine KUHLMANN, Universität Potsdam
 

Political fragmentation and “The Purple Zone”: how party fragmentation in local councils affects the relation between politics and administration

Dag JACOBSEN

Universitetet i Agder, Norway



Policy Learning and Multilevel Governance During Crises: Bridging Epistemic Islands

Bishoy Louis ZAKI, Ellen WAYENBERG

University of Gent, Belgium



Innovation in municipalities: The struggle for accountability and value in public sector innovation

Anna THOMASSON

Lund University, School of Economics and Management, Sweden

PSG 6-4: PSG VI : Governance of Public Sector Organisations - Session 4: Organisational change and Accountability - Hybrid
Location: Hybrid Zoom Meeting/Room ULB
Chair: Dr. Külli SARAPUU, Tallinn University of Technology
 

Ministerial Departments and Public Policy Evolution in Ireland: From institutional inertia to portfolio congestion

Muiris MAC CARTHAIGH1, Niamh HARDIMAN2, John BIGGINS2

1: Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom; 2: University College Dublin, Ireland

Discussant: Per LAEGREID (University of Bergen)



Blurred lines: Exploring the impact of change complexity on role clarity in the public sector

Stéphanie VERLINDEN, Jan WYNEN, Bjorn KLEIZEN, Koen VERHOEST

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Discussant: Luc BERNIER (University of Ottawa)



“Every breath you take… I’ll be watching you”: The drivers of strengthened accountability relationships between public agencies and societal stakeholders

Lars BRUMMEL

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Jaroslav DVORAK (Klaipeda University)



Public Accountability in 280 Characters or Less? European Union Agencies on Twitter

Thijs DE BOER, Madalina BUSUIOC, Aaron SWAVING

Leiden University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Jonas LUND-TØNNESEN (University of Oslo)

PSG 7-3: PSG VII : Qualitiy and Integrity of Governance - Session 3 - Virtual
Location: AW1.120 Hyb
Chair: Dr. Leonie HERES, Utrecht University
Chair: Dr. Ciarán O' KELLY, Queen's University Belfast
 

Transparency in a post-fact world

Sabina SCHNELL

Syracuse University, United States of America



Integrity in Toxic Public Organizations. Solving Wicked Problems for Street Level Workers in Distress

Caroline RAAT1, Joop REMMÉ2

1: Platform Onafhankelijke Onderzoekers, Recht en Raat, Beslisgoed; 2: Knowdialogue, Nyenrode University, Wittenborg Business School



Practicing Ethics Reform: The Movement for Racial Justice in Local Law Enforcement

Frank ANECHIARICO

Hamilton College, United States of America



Administrative Evil, Zero-Tolerance, and the Ethics of U.S. Asylum Policy

Anthony DeForest MOLINA

Kent State University, United States of America

3:30pm
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4:00pm
PSG 18-6: PSG XVIII : Justice and Court Administration - Session 6: Study Group Planning and Next Steps - Viritual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 18
Chair: Prof. Anne SANDERS, Bielefeld University
3:30pm
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5:00pm
PSG 22 -4: PSG XXII - Behavioral Public Administration - Session 4 - Virtual - Keynote Speaker
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 22-4
Chair: Dr. Sebastian JILKE, Georgetown University
 

Keynote Address : Underderstanding and reducing the spread of misinformation online

David RAND

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America

4:00pm
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5:30pm
Panel H2020: Panel : Paths to collaboration in public services and governance – Findings of the EU H2020 projects on Public Administration
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room H2020
Chair: Prof. Edoardo ONGARO, Open University
Chair: Prof. Lise RYKKJA, University of Bergen
The panel aims to present the main findings of all the EU-funded H2020 projects currently active or just finished in the cluster ‘Public Administration’. The main coordinator (principal investigator) or a key representative for each project will attend and report on selective key findings. Most projects are concerned with the exploration of forms of collaboration broadly intended (collaborative governance, co-creation, co-production) in view of exploring path to innovation in public services and the creation of public value, also by resorting to strategic management approaches: therefore, a common thread of the panel revolves around sharing theoretical perspectives and practical experiences about fostering collaboration in public governance and public services.  Projects invited : COGOV, TROPICO, CoVAL, ENLARGE, CITADEL, CoSIE  Presentation of ongoing research projects   Keywords: collaborative governance, co-creation, co-production, strategic management of public service organisations...
 
4:00pm - 4:05pm

Welcome and Introduction

Edoardo ONGARO1, Lise H. RYKKJA2

1: Open University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Bergen, Norway



4:05pm - 4:15pm

COGOV: “Bridging the fields of strategic management of public service organisations and collaborative governance”

Edoardo ONGARO

Open University, United Kingdom



4:15pm - 4:25pm

TROPICO “Collaborative governance for legitimacy and accountability – research findings and implications”

Peter TRIANTAFILLOU

Roskilde University, Denmark



4:25pm - 4:35pm

CoVAL : Understanding value co-creation in public services for transforming European public administration

Francesco MUREDDU

The Lisbon Council, Belgium



4:35pm - 4:45pm

ENLARGE The contribution of participatory processes to prepare and implement energy policies. Findings from the ENLARGE project

Erika MELLONI1, Cristina VASILIESCU2

1: Università degli studi di Milano-Bicocca, Italy; 2: Instituto per la Ricerca Sociale, Italy



4:45pm - 4:55pm

CITADEL : A customizable methodology for the co-creation of digital public services, supported by tools and techniques

Leire ORUE-ECHEVARRIA

TECNALIA Research & Innovation, Spain



4:55pm - 5:05pm

CoSIE: The development and use of the Co-Creation Modelling tool 'Cosmos'

Robert WILSON

Northumbria University, United Kingdom



5:05pm - 5:30pm

General Discussion Q&A

Edoardo ONGARO1, Lise H. RYKKJA2

1: Open University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Bergen, Norway

PSG 16 - 3: PSG XVI : Public Marketing and Communication - Session 3: Place Marketing - Hybrid
Location: DC2.223
Chair: Prof. Maria José CANEL, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
 

Film-induced tourism: a new concern for place marketing managers

Christophe ALAUX, Manon CHATEL

AIX MARSEILLE UNIVERSITY, France



City Branding Policy based on Culture and its success factors – case study from Poland

Wawrzyniec RUDOLF

University of Lodz, Poland



Systematic Review – Gaps between the perspectives of the public administration and tourists on destination personality

Nguyet Luong TRAN

University of Lodz, Poland

 
4:15pm
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4:45pm
6. Coffee: Coffee Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
4:15pm
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5:45pm
PSG 13-6: PSG XIII : Public Policy - Session 6: Expertise as a resource for policy bureaucracy
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 13
Chair: Prof. Fritz SAGER, University of Bern
Chair: Dr. Eva THOMANN, University of Konstanz

2021 Best paper award ceremony, with PSG XXI - Policy Design and Evaluation and JCPA Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis

 

Expertise bargains in policy bureaucracies

Johan CHRISTENSEN

Leiden University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Steffen ECKHARD (UNiversity KOnstanz)



Footprints of Bureaucratic Influence in International Organizations’ Evaluation Reports

Vytautas JANKAUSKAS1,2, Steffen ECKHARD1

1: University of Konstanz, Germany; 2: University of Munich, LMU

Discussant: Johan CHRISTENSEN (Leiden University)

PSG 3-4: PSG III : Public Personnel Policies - Session 4 : Public Sector challenges for HRM and leadership - Hybrid
Location: K4.201 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Christian Bøtcher JACOBSEN, Aarhus University
Chair: Prof. Eva KNIES, Utrecht University
 

Effects of Cross-professional Collaboration in Public Organizations and the Moderating Role of Leadership

Bente BJØRNHOLT1, Anne Mette Kjeldsen2, Marianne Mikkelsen1

1: The Danish Center for Social Science Research – VIVE, Denmark; 2: Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark



Collaboration, performance and civil servants’ role perception in public organizations

Joëlle {JJS} VAN DER MEER, Brenda VERMEEREN, Bram STEIJN

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The



Aggressions and associations: How workplace violence affects public employees’ implicit theories about citizens

Marlen Christin LIEGAT, David HENSEL, Rick VOGEL, Dominik VOGEL

University of Hamburg



Never trust your intuition : explaining the change towards evidence-based management through institutional mechanisms

Wouter VANDENABEELE1,2, Lisa MAERTENS2

1: Utrecht University; 2: KU Leuven

 
Date: Friday, 10/Sept/2021
8:00am
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10:00am
REG 4: Registration
Location: Registration Desk - R42 Atrium
8:30am
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9:30am
PSG 14 -1: PSG XIV : EU Administration and Multilevel Governance - Integration developments
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 14
Chair: Prof. Eva G HEIDBREDER, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
Chair: Dr. Gijs Jan BRANDSMA, Radboud University
Chair: Prof. Jens BLOM-HANSEN, Aarhus University
 

EU versus core state powers: the customization of European Union fiscal policy

Tiziano ZGAGA, Eva THOMANN

University of Konstanz, Germany

Discussant: Eva G HEIDBREDER (Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg)



Accounting standardisation and autonomy?

Karoline HELLDORFF, Johan CHRISTIAENS

Ghent University, Belgium

Discussant: Benjamin TIDÅ (Leiden University)

8:30am
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10:00am
PSG 3-5: PSG III : Public Personnel Policies - Session 5 : Leadership and span of control - Hybrid
Location: K4.201 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Caroline Howard GRØN, Aarhus University
Chair: Prof. Eva KNIES, Utrecht University
 

Not too narrow, not too broad: Linking span of control, leadership behavior, and employee job satisfaction in public organizations

Lars Dahl PEDERSEN, Christian Bøtcher JACOBSEN, Ane-Kathrine Lundberg HANSEN

Aarhus University, Denmark



Span of control and ethical leadership in highly professionalised public organisations

Didde Cramer JENSEN1, Ane-Kathrine Lundberg HANSEN2, Lars Dahl PEDERSEN2, Lotte Bøgh ANDERSEN2,1

1: VIVE – The Danish Center for Social Science Research, Denmark; 2: Aarhus University, Department of Political Science, Crown Prince Frederik Center for Public Leadership



Span of Control and Distributed Leadership in Public Organizations

Thomas Faurholt JØNSSON1, Anne Mette KJELDSEN2

1: Aarhus University, Denmark; 2: Aarhus University, Denmark

8:30am
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10:30am
PSG 1-5: PSG I : e-Government - Session 5 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 1-5
Chair: Prof. C. William WEBSTER, University of Stirling
Discussant/rapporteur: Dr. Frank Edward BANNISTER, Trinity College Dublin
 

Commercialization of citizenship and the corporate form: A case of Estonian e-residency

Matti YLÖNEN

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



Identification of Citizen and Technological Capabilities for Efficient and Digital Inclusion Models of Public Sector Services

Manuel Pedro RODRÍGUEZ BOLÍVAR, Isabel Cristina PEREIRA PIEDRA, Laura ALCAIDE MUÑOZ

University of Granada, Spain



Smart City Collaborative Tool box: a systematic literature review of instruments that facilitate smart collaborative governance

Erna RUIJER1, Anouk van Twist2, Timber Haaker2, Thierry Tartarin2, Noel Schuurman2, Mark Melenhorst2, Albert Meijer1

1: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Hogeschool Saxion



Digitalising Processes in Public Administrations: the impact on effectiveness, efficiency and employees’ perception of digital transformation

Noella EDELMANN, Karin STEINER, Gianluca MISURACA

Danube University Krems, Austria

PSG 10-4: PSG X: Law and Public Administration - Session 4: PA Trends - Hybrid
Location: Hybrid Zoom Meeting/Room ULB
Chair: Prof. Dacian Cosmin DRAGOS, Babes Bolyai University
Chair: Prof. Albert MARSEILLE, University of Groningen
 

Special Administrative Acts in Tax Procedures: between Theory and Slovenian Practice

Polonca KOVAČ

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia



Analysis and Reform of China's Environmental Tax Law and Environmental Tax Collection System

Yiwen WU1,2, Na LI1,2,3

1: Northwestern Polytechnical University, China, People's Republic of; 2: Northwestern Polytechnical University International Research Center for Global Governance; 3: Northwestern Polytechnical University School of Public Policy and Management



Data protection and the protection of trade secrets vs. transparency and access to information in Romanian public procurement disputes: friends or foes?

Laura-Alexandra FARCA

Babes Bolyai University, Romania

PSG 15-3: PSG XV : Public Administration, Technology and Innovation (PATI) - Session 3 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 15-3
Chair: Prof. Rainer KATTEL, University College London
 

Building administrative digital capacity: the path to the next level

Malin Siv ROPPEL1, Jakob KÜHLER2, Veronica JUNJAN3

1: Maastricht University, The Netherlands; 2: Potsdam University, Germany; 3: University of Twente, The Netherlands

Discussant: Luciana CINGOLANI (Hertie School)



Infrastructural state capacity in the digital age: what drives the performance of COVID-19 tracing apps?

Luciana CINGOLANI

Hertie School, Germany

Discussant: Laura ALCAIDE MUÑOZ (University of Granada)



Two Decades of Public Sector Innovation Research: A Systematic Literature Review

Laura ALCAIDE MUÑOZ1, Ignacio J CRIADO GRANDE2, Irene LIARTE3

1: University of Granada, Spain; 2: Autonomous University of Madrid; 3: Autonomous University of Madrid

Discussant: Malin Siv ROPPEL (Maastricht University)

PSG 17-4: PSG XVII - Sociology of State : Reforms and Resilience - Session 4 - Hyb
Location: SR 42 4.110 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS, Sciences Po Toulouse
Moderator: Santiago RODRIGUEZ TABARQUINO, AMU
 

Confrontation and complementarities between the political cabinets and the chief secretaries of the ministries in the process of policy coordination

Antoniy GALABOV

New Bulgarian university, Bulgaria



Les Modalités de la Coopération politico-administrative Locale en Belgique

Aurélie TIBBAUT

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium



Politisation des hauts fonctionnaires wallons Analyse de la relation politico-administrative

Florian LEMAIRE

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgique



Des relations politico-administratives renouvelées au sommet de l’état belge : la mise en œuvre de la réforme de l’enseignement francophone en Belgique

Marie GORANSSON, Alain ERALY

Université libre du Bruxelles, Belgique

PSG 4 & 5 -4: PSG IV : Local Governance and Democracy & PSG V : Regional and Local Government - Session 4: Cooperation/Governance - Hybrid
Location: K4.401 Hyb
Chair: Prof. Tomas BERGSTROM, Lund University
Chair: Prof. Martin Jolyon LAFFIN, Queen Mary University of London
 

Breaking the silos – explaining the challenges of automated cross- organizational service delivery in complex contexts

Moritz HEUBERGER

University of Potsdam, Germany



The evolution of intermunicipal cooperation: a comparative study of three intermunicipal associations in Sweden

Bo Erik PERSSON

Linköping University, Sweden



Do Mayors Make a Difference? An Extension of Upper Echelon Theory to the Public Sector

Reto Steiner1, Bert George2, Jana Machljankin1, Claire Kaiser1

1: ZHAW School of Management and Law, Switzerland; 2: Ghent University, Department of Public Governance and Management

PSG 6-5: PSG VI : Governance of Public Sector Organisations - Session 5: Agile organization and Co-creation - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 6-5
Chair: Prof. Lise RYKKJA, University of Bergen
 

What stays? Moving agile into standard operating procedures in the public sector

Almire BRAHIMI1, Piret TÖNURIST2,3, Angela HANSON3, Chiara BLECKENWEGNER3

1: University of Konstanz, Germany; 2: Tallinn University of Technology; 3: OECD

Discussant: Lorenzo PRATICI (University of Parma)



Do resources make organizations more agile? An empirical study of how access to organizational resources affects local government response to COVID-19 in Norway.

Barbara Krystyna ZYZAK1,2, Karolina PÓŁTORAK1, Sara BLÅKA3

1: Department of Administration and Organization Theory, University of Bergen; 2: Department of Sociology and Political Science, NTNU; 3: Department of Political Science and Management, University of Agder

Discussant: Marlene JUGL (Bocconi University)



Engaging experts by experience as co-producers: challenges and strategies

Charlotte VAN DIJCK, Trui STEEN

KU Leuven, Belgium

Discussant: Thomas ELSTON (University of Oxford)



Co-creation and its public value outcomes: Survey evidence from local government in Croatia and Slovenia

Andreja PEGAN

Northumbria University (UK)

Discussant: Thomas SCHILLEMANS (utrecht university)

9:00am
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9:45am
PSG 11-4: PSG XI : Strategic Management in Government - Session 4: Capacities and strategy - Hybrid
Location: SR 42 5.107 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Bert GEORGE, Ghent University
 

10 years to 2030. Leveraging managerial capacity to achieve the SDG's

Luca BRUSATI, Alexander HIEDEMANN

Bocconi University, SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy



Public Management Reform expression for developing countries: the case of Latin America

Ximena PIZARRO BORE1,2

1: Georgia State University, United States of America; 2: Georgia Institute of Technology, Unites States of America

9:00am
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10:30am
FR 4: French-Speaking Seminar - Session 4 - Hyb
Location: SR 42 5.103 - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Jan MATTIJS, Université Libre de Bruxelles
 

La Bureaucratie Orientée vers les Résultats : Contribution des théories des organisations hybrides au débat sur le devenir de la bureaucratie

Emil TURC, Robert FOUCHET

Aix-Marseille Université, IMPGT, France



Sur la route de la mise en place de la gestion prévisionnelle des ressources humaines : L’informatisation de la gestion des emplois dans la fonction publique hongroise

Zoltan HAZAFI

Université Nationale de Service Public, Hongrie



Néopatrimonialisme, réforme administrative et performance des politiques publiques au Cameroun. L'économie politique des poches d'efficacité (1990-2020).

Yombo Sembe EUGENE ARNAUD

Institut des Relations Internationales du Cameroun, Cameroon

PSG 12-5: PSG XII - Public Sector Financial Management - Session 5 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 12-5
 

National multi-level coordination of budgetary and financial systems in the pandemic context

Thiago Vitor Ferreira SOARES, Andre Carlos Busanelli de AQUINO

University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Discussant: Isabel BRUSCA (University of Zaragoza)



Public Sector Accounting Harmonization in the European Union through the lens of the Garbage Can model

Sandra COHEN1, Francesca MANES ROSSI2, Isabel BRUSCA3

1: Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece; 2: University of Naples Federico II, Italy; 3: University of Zaragoza, Spain

Discussant: Andre AQUINO (University of Sao Paulo)

PSG 13-7: PSG XIII : Public Policy - Session 7: SLB-Citizen interaction as policy-making
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 13
Chair: Prof. Fritz SAGER, University of Bern
 

Procedural Justice and The Role of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Prompting Citizens to Act as Vigilantes

Ofek EDRI, Nissim COHEN

University of Haifa, Israel

Discussant: Kim LOYENS (Utrecht University)



Inspectors with new roles during crises: Challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic for the interaction dynamics between inspectors and inspectees

Kim LOYENS, Carina SCHOTT

Utrecht University, the Netherlands

Discussant: Koen MIGCHELBRINK (Erasmus University Rotterdam)



Trusting citizens to nudge citizens? The effect of public managers’ trust in citizens on their preferences for behavioral policy instruments

Koen MIGCHELBRINK1,2, Pieter RAYMAEKERS2

1: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: KU Leuven, Belgium

Discussant: Ofek EDRI (University of Haifa)

PSG 16 - 4: PSG XVI : Public Marketing and Communication - Session 4 : Public Communication - Hybrid
Location: K4.601 Hyb
Chair: Prof. Martial PASQUIER, University of Lausanne (UNIL)
 

Partisan bias in perception of accuracy of factual claims

Artsiom KLUNIN, Matúš SLOBODA

Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic



The role of trust in building collaborative governance. A case study of a governmental program from the Basque Country

Xabier BARANDIARAN1, Maria José CANEL2, Geert BOUCKAERT3

1: Universidad de Deusto; 2: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; 3: KU Leuven



Understanding the role of citizen engagement on economic growth to improve public sector communication: Analysis of 16 countries

Paloma PIQUEIRAS1, María José CANEL2

1: Atrevia, Spain; 2: Complutense University, Spain

PSG 7-4: PSG VII : Qualitiy and Integrity of Governance - Session 4 - Virtual
Location: J.1.106 - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Leonie HERES, Utrecht University
Chair: Dr. Ciarán O' KELLY, Queen's University Belfast
 

Ending Clientelism: The Introduction of Party Funding Regulations in Aruba

Annemarie Sophie WALTER, Thomas Riemersma, Willeke Slingerland

Saxion University of Applied Sciences, United Kingdom



The implementation of conflict of interest policies for Ministers in the EU Member States: More, stricter and institutionalised - but less effective?

Christoph DEMMKE

University of Vaasa, Germany



In service of the public interest? An exploratory study on the nature, causes, and measures of post-employment conflict of interest of former Dutch police and military police personnel

Leonie HERES1, Kim LOYENS2, Rick BORST3

1: Utrecht University, the Netherlands; 2: Utrecht University, the Netherlands; 3: Utrecht University, the Netherlands

PSG 8-3: PSG VIII : Citizen Participation - Session 3 - Hybrid
Location: Room Henri Janne - Hyb
Chair: Dr. Elke LOEFFLER, University of Strathclyde
Chair: Prof. Bram G.J. VERSCHUERE, Ghent University
Chair: Dr. Marlies E. HONINGH, Radboud University
 

The challenges of co-producing with vulnerable citizens: a scoping literature review

Menno HOPPEN, Marlies HONINGH, Taco BRANDSEN

Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, The



Inclusion as ownership in participatory budgeting: PB facilitators’ interpretations on public engagement of children and young people

Pauliina LEHTONEN1, Katarzyna RADZIK-MARUSZAK2

1: Tampere University, Finland; 2: University of Maria Curie-Skłodowska, Poland



The Internet and political participation: Who participates online, and do governments have a role in it?

Lukas THIELE

University of Potsdam, Germany



Organizing online: Citizens’ response to COVID-19

Lauren TOUCHANT

University of Ottawa, Canada

9:30am
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11:00am
PSG14-2: PSG XIV : EU Administration and Multilevel Governance - Policy studies
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 14
Chair: Prof. Eva G HEIDBREDER, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
Chair: Dr. Gijs Jan BRANDSMA, Radboud University
Chair: Prof. Jens BLOM-HANSEN, Aarhus University
 

Local Councils, National Authorities and the Functioning of the EU’s Single Resolution Mechanism in Italy and Spain

Shawn DONNELLY

Dept. of Public Administration, University of Twente, Netherlands

Discussant: Gijs Jan BRANDSMA (Radboud University)



European Multilevel Governance in the Health Sector: the discursive construction of a European Health Union

Maria João FERREIRA1,2

1: Centre of Public Administration and Public Policies; 2: School of Social and Political Sciences

Discussant: Tiziano ZGAGA (University of Konstanz)



Hidden dismantling of EU policies over time and across sectors

Gijs Jan BRANDSMA, Jan Pollex, Paul Tobin

Radboud University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Shawn DONNELLY (University of Twente)

10:30am
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11:00am
7. Coffee: Coffee Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
10:30am
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11:30am
ISCTE: Governance Opportunities to Meet the Fourth Industrial Revolution. How the Public Administration can Lead it?
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room ISCTE
Chair: Prof. João SALIS GOMES, ISCTE
 

Sustainability and Governance of Smart Cities During Public Health Crisis

Maria José Sousa, João SALIS GOMES, David Ferraz

ISCTE, Portugal



The Secret Life of a Systemic Approach: Innovation Radar The case of Portugal 2020 Demonstrator Projects

Carolina MORAIS, Maria Asensio

ISCTE, Portugal

10:30am
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12:15pm
PSG 3-6: PSG III : Public Personnel Policies - Session 6 : Professionals and professsional development - Hybrid
Location: K4.201 - Hyb
Chair: Anne Mette KJELDSEN, Aarhus University
Chair: Prof. Eva KNIES, Utrecht University
 

Professional Development Leadership: Shaping Public Professionals' Perceptions of External Interventions

Clara Siboni LUND

Aarhus University, Denmark



Misconstruing Human Resource Management: Explaining professionals’ perceptions of a Human Resource practice

Renée VERMEULEN, Carina SCHOTT, Eva KNIES

Utrecht University, The Netherlands



Linking professional development leadership, professional practice and performance

Bente BJØRNHOLT, Mikkel Kjer

VIVE, Denmark



Study Group Business (including best paper award)

Wouter VANDENABEELE

KU Leuven/Utrecht University, Belgium

11:00am
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12:30pm
PLEN 3: Legitimacy, Trust and Legality in Troubled Times
Location: SR 42 5.503 Drion - Hyb

Zoom Meeting Room

In the current COVID crisis, government measures have generated praise and criticism; they have led to demonstrations, referenda, court orders, media frenzy, political and policy adjustments, and management difficulties in a considerably faster and more acute manner than in ordinary times. How will societies and governments emerge? What are the links between social and institutional resilience, and the related concepts of legitimacy, trust, political support, legality? Legitimacy especially seems a key point in assessing the future of our societies. Legitimacy is not just about the measures taken and their effects, but also the processes through which they were designed, and legitimacy of the public organizations and institutions themselves 

 

Reflection on Legitimacy, Trust and Legality in Troubled Times 1

Emmanuel SLAUTSKY

Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium



Reflection on Legitimacy, Trust and Legality in Troubled Times 2

Rahel M. SCHOMAKER

German University of Administrative Sciences, Speyer, Germany



Moderation

Shéhérazade SEMSAR - DE BOISSESON

SSB Corp. Belgium, Belgium

11:15am
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12:45pm
PSG14-3: PSG XIV : EU Administration and Multilevel Governance - A look at the Commission, agencies... and all other business
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 14
Chair: Prof. Eva G HEIDBREDER, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
Chair: Dr. Gijs Jan BRANDSMA, Radboud University
Chair: Prof. Jens BLOM-HANSEN, Aarhus University
 

The Accountability of EU agencies

Benjamin TIDÅ, Thijs de BOER

Leiden University, Netherlands, The

Discussant: Gijs Jan BRANDSMA (Radboud University)



The core of organizational reputation: Taking multidimensionality and audience multiplicity seriously. The Case of the EU Commission

Jens BLOM-HANSEN

Aarhus University, Denmark

Discussant: Maria João FERREIRA (School for Social and Political Sciences /University of Lisbon)



Women EU Multilevel Administration: The Europeanization of Member State Bureaucracies

Eva G HEIDBREDER

Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg, Germany

Discussant: Jens BLOM-HANSEN (Aarhus University)

12:45pm
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1:00pm
PSG14-4: PSG XIV : EU Administration and Multilevel Governance - General Discussion
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 14
Chair: Prof. Eva G HEIDBREDER, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
Chair: Dr. Gijs Jan BRANDSMA, Radboud University
Chair: Prof. Jens BLOM-HANSEN, Aarhus University
1:00pm
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2:00pm
4. Lunch: Lunch Break
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
2:00pm
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3:30pm
PSG 1-6: PSG I : e-Government - Session 6 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 1-6
Chair: Dr. Frank Edward BANNISTER, Trinity College Dublin
Discussant/rapporteur: Prof. C. William WEBSTER, University of Stirling
 

Mapping Thematic Trends and Analysing Hotspots in Smart Public Governance Research: A Bibliometric Analysis

Aleksander ARISTOVNIK, Dejan RAVŠELJ, Lan UMEK, Petra VUJKOVIĆ

Faculty of Public Administration, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia



Inclusion of Young Adults (18-25) in Online Direct Citizen Participation: How Do Young Adults Explain Their Intention to Participate

Annelieke Christine VAN DEN BERG, Sarah GIEST, Sandra GROENEVELD

Leiden University, Netherlands, The



E-government intermediaries: a systematic literature review and directions for future research

Ayşegül SAYLAM, Mete YILDIZ

Hacettepe University, Turkey



Closing Comments: Publication opportunities, EGPA 2022, PSG Agenda, and Best Paper Award

C. William WEBSTER1, Frank Bannister2

1: University of Stirling, United Kingdom; 2: Trinity College Dublin

PSG 12-6: PSG XII - Public Sector Financial Management - Session 6 - Virtual : Round Table : Public Financial Management to support Sustainable Development
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 12-6
PSG 22 -5: PSG XXII - Behavioral Public Administration - Session 5 - Hybrid
Location: AY2.114 Hyb
Chair: Libby MAMAN, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 

The Tacit Dimensions of Public and Private Sector Associations: Mapping Bureaucrats’ Sector-Specific Sentiment in Switzerland, the US, and Germany

Kristina S. WEIßMÜLLER1, Stefanie ROMETSCH2

1: KPM Center for Public Managment, Universität Bern, Switzerland; 2: German Jordanian University, Madaba, Jordan



How Citizens’ Feedback of Administrative Burdens Affect Frontline Employees’ Willingness to Reduce Compliance Costs and Help Citizens. Evidence from an Experiment

Aske HALLING1, Niels Bjørn Grund PETERSEN1,2

1: Aarhus University; 2: The Danish Center for Social Science Research



Stereotyping Street-Level Bureaucrats: Assessing the Impact of Stereotypes and Stereotyper Status on Discretion

Isa BERTRAM1, Robin BOUWMAN2, Lars TUMMERS1

1: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Erasmus University, Netherlands, The



The Positive Effects of Public Sector Workers’ Stereotypes: An Audit Experiment

Gabriela SZYDLOWSKI, Noortje DE BOER, Lars TUMMERS

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

PSG 6-6: PSG VI : Governance of Public Sector Organisations - Session 6: The Lessons of COVID-19 for Public Organisations: Systems Change and New Approaches - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 6-6

The Lessons of COVID-19 for Public Organisations: Systems Change and New Approaches

 Prof Muiris MacCarthaigh (Professor of Politics and Public Policy, Queen’s University Belfast): Chair

 Professor Geoff Mulgan (Professor of Collective Intelligence, Public Policy and Social Innovation, University College London): Systems change and new approaches to data, evidence, intelligence 

 Dr Piret Tõnurist  (OECD Office for Public Sector Innovation and Tallinn University of Technology): How public organisations have used evidence and innovation during COVID-19

 Bruno Monteiro (Agency for Administrative Modernisation / LabX, Portugal): Ground Striking: Public innovation through LabX during the pandemic crisis

RT - Police: Roundtable on Education, knowledge, and professionalism in policing
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room RT - Police
Chair: Prof. Jean HARTLEY, The Open University
Chair: Prof. Jeroen MAESSCHALCK, KU Leuven (University of Leuven)
Chair: Prof. Edoardo ONGARO, Open University
Moderator: Prof. Eckhard SCHROETER, German University of the Police
Chair: Prof. Kathryn S. QUICK, University of Minnesota
 

Speaker 1

Jean HARTLEY

The Open University, United Kingdom



Speaker 2

Jeroen MAESSCHALCK

KU Leuven (University of Leuven), Belgium



Speaker 3

Dominique VAN RYCKEGHEM

Belgian Federal Police, Belgium



Speaker 4 (invited)

Matthias ZEISER

Regional Police Headquarters Freiburg, Germany

 
2:00pm
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4:00pm
PSG 13-8: PSG XIII : Public Policy - Session 8: National Case studies
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 13
Chair: Prof. Fritz SAGER, University of Bern
 

“Knowledge Agency: Frontline Work in Brazil Human Services”

Gabriela LOTTA1, Steven MAYNARD-MOODY2

1: Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazil; 2: University of Kansas

Discussant: Constantinos SARAVAKOS (Liberty Forum of Greece KEFiM)



Bureaucracy in Policy Making in Greece: The Regulatory Impact Assessment as an untapped tool of developing sound policies and reforms to a more effective public administration

Constantinos SARAVAKOS1, Efi STEFOPOULOU4, Panagiotis KARKATSOULIS2, Georgios ARCHONTAS3

1: KEFiM Center for Liberal Studies (KEFiM), Greece; 2: Institute for Regulatory Policy Research and Hellenic Ministry of the Interior, Greece; 3: European Communication Institute; 4: Institute for Regulatory Policy Research and Ministry of Administrative Reform and eGovernment, Greece

Discussant: Rebecca SÖDERSTRÖM (Uppsala university)



Enforcement styles of street-level financial supervisors - the Swedish FSA between 2005 and 2015

Mikael WENDSCHLAG, Rebecca SÖDERSTRÖM

Uppsala University, Sweden

Discussant: Steven MAYNARD-MOODY (University of Kansas)

3:00pm
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GA & Closing: EGPA 2021 General Assembly and Closing session
Location: SR 42 5.503 Drion - Hyb
Chair: Prof. Jean-Michel EYMERI-DOUZANS, Sciences Po Toulouse

Zoom Meeting Room

The agenda of the General Assembly and  the programme of the Closing ceremony are available : LINK

4:00pm
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5:30pm
8. Coffee Break: Farewell
Location: Coffee/Lunch Corner
PSG 22 -6: PSG XXII - Behavioral Public Administration - Session 6 - Virtual
Virtual location: Zoom Meeting Room 22-6
Chair: Prof. Lars TUMMERS, Utrecht University
 

Nonprofit Messaging and the 2020 US Election: Findings from a Nonpartisan GOTV Field Experiment

Kelly LEROUX1, Julie Langer2, Samantha Plotner1

1: University of Illinois at Chicago, United States of America; 2: Northern Illionois University, United States of America



Simplify and deter - the effective way to increase payment rate of arrears from local fees

Matúš SLOBODA1, Patrik PAVLOVSKÝ2, Emília SIČÁKOVÁ-BEBLAVÁ3

1: Comenius University, Institute of Public Policy, Slovak Republic; 2: Comenius University, Institute of Public Policy, Slovak Republic; 3: Comenius University, Institute of Public Policy, Slovak Republic



The emotional backlash of accountability instruments

Sjors OVERMAN

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The



The Influence of Skin Color on Punitive Decisions

Henry SMART III

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, United States of America

 

 
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