The registration process is open and participants may now register for ICPP 2015. The amount of the registration fees has increased after June 1, 2015. Please login to our conference site for registration.
Conference Login: http://www.icpublicpolicy.org/conference/connexion.php
For those participants who have not yet registered, please do so as early as possible. For those who are in the conference program, please note that those who register after 1st June 2015, will not appear on the printed program, but will be included in the online version.
The schedule for ICPP 2015 has been published on our website, on the page marked as "List of panels" under the "Milan 2015" tab. Here, you can find the 1, 2 or 3 sessions for each panel, the day and the hour they will take place.
The final program has been sent to the publishers. If you are in the program, please verify the information in your account (name, first name, affiliation), the title of your panel and/or paper and any possible schedule conflicts which can now only be amended in the online program, and not in the print version.
Panel chairs establish the rules and the duration of presentation. The standard model is a 12-15 minutes presentation of each paper (4 to 5 papers) followed by comments by the discussant and discussion with those attending the panel.
The deadline for uploading full papers is over.
All the text uploaded through our system is automatically published online and remains so.
After the 1st June : Refunds will not be possible due to financial risks.Exceptions can be made for people encountering Visa Problems.Please note that the registration fees to the International Public Policy Association (IPPA) cannot be refunded.
Once you have registered for the conference, you will be able to find your automatically generated invoice by logging into your personal account. In the "my registration" space, you will find the details of your purchase.
On the occasion of ICPP 2015 Conference, the Politecnico di Milano will offer accommodation at low prices in its dormitories. These dormitories offer beds at 45€ for a single room and 30€ for a twin room in these two locations :
Residenza Galileo Galilei - Via Corridoni, 22 – Milano- Single rooms -45€.
Residenza Leonardo da Vinci – Viale Romagna, 62 – Milano – Single /Twin rooms -30€.
Booking and more information available is available on the following webpage: http://web.aimgroupinternational.com/2015/icpp/
or you can directly contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For those into social networking, you will be able to find us on Twitter, Facebook and Linked In.
Accommodation options are also available throughout our website. July is a very busy month in Milan and exceptionally so this year because the city will also be hosting the Universal Exposition. It always best to think ahead ! Cheaper student accommodation is available on a limited basis, but please be prepared to relatively lower hotel standards if you seek cheaper rooms by your own means.
Information on travelling to Milan : http://www.icpublicpolicy.org/Travel-to-Milan-468
Information about accommodation options : http://web.aimgroupinternational.com/2015/icpp/
To support our conference, we created the International Pubic Policy Association (IPPA) in December 2014. The Constitution, and information on the Executive Committee can be now found on our website. We are open to proposals from interested organizations to become our partners. Please see our website for further information on becoming a partner of the IPPA and its benefits.
Become and IPPA Partner : http://www.icpublicpolicy.org/Become-Partner-521-
Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor and Professor
Continuous Full Time Positions
Murdoch University is one of Australia’s leading institutions for teaching and research in politics and international affairs, with particular strengths in international political economy, Asian political economy and governance, security studies, and public policy.
The Politics Discipline has strong undergraduate and postgraduate teaching commitments in these areas. The university has significant post-graduate programs in the Asia Research Centre and the Sir Walter Murdoch School of Public Policy and International Affairs, with which many staff, are affiliated.
We seek to make one or more appointments to build on and further our strengths in these areas. We seek applications in any sub-field. We would especially welcome applicants with expertise in international affairs and political economy, public policy and security and Islamic studies. Applicants with Northeast Asia and Middle East expertise are encouraged to apply.
Candidates will have an outstanding research record, a willingness to teach at both the undergraduate and Masters level, and expertise in supervising PhD students. At the senior levels, candidates should demonstrate a capacity for academic leadership.
Leuphana University Lüneburg (foundation under public law), Faculty of Sustainability, invites expressions of interest for the following post:
PhD Researcher– Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in, salary group E 13 TV-L (50%)
– PhD 1: Institutional dynamics in sustainability transformation (Policy and Governance) –
Starting approximately October 2015, for a duration of up to 3 years. The position is part of a new, transdisciplinary project funded by the State of Lower Saxony and Volkswagen Foundation entitled: Leverage Points for Sustainability Transformation:
Institutions, People and Knowledge
From the first, specialization and coordination have presented governments with a conundrum: specialized program might be best for delivering one service to the public, but combining such programs for all public services inevitably produces costly redundancies and inefficiencies. In this long-awaited book, Guy Peters brings his expertise and extensive experience to bear on the problem of administrative and policy coordination. Through theory and four real-world case studies, he explores how—and whether—coordination can transform ordinary, flawed patterns of governing into more effective and efficient performance by the public sector.
This timely work arrives at a moment when coordination is proving especially challenging—as popular approaches to public administration emphasize breaking larger public organizations into smaller, single purpose programs, and as a push to involve the private sector in policy development and implementation has increased government segmentation. For insights into the workings—and limitations—of coordination, or horizontal management, Peters draws on extensive scholarship as well as his own consulting work with governments including Finland, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, and Mexico. He highlights practical successes, and failures, of horizontal management in case studies of Homeland Security in the US; child protection in the UK; policymaking in Finland; and the operations of the European Union. In the process, Peters evaluates a full tool chest of “instruments” that might be used to enhance coordination.
Combining theory and practice, and considering a wide range of public policy challenges, this book clearly and cogently presents the most comprehensive, in-depth, and detailed discussion available of policy coordination in the public sector—at a time when its insights are most urgently needed.
The Department of Politics and Public Administration at the University of Konstanz is seeking applications for a tenured
*Full Professorship of Public Administration *(Salary level W 3)
The successful candidate contributes to research and teaching in the fields of public administration, for example on topics such as behavioral administrative science, implementation and evaluation of public policy, public accountability, public administration theories, or multi-level administration.
Policy & Politics has been one of the leading international journals in the field of public and social policy for over forty years. It spans the boundaries between theory and practice and links macro-scale political debates with micro-scale policy issues. Policy & Politics publishes articles that demonstrate rigour, originality and significance and that have relevance both within and beyond academe.
The Journal is enjoying an incredibly positive and vibrant period. Last year its Impact Factor (IF) ranking rose 73% to 1.302 (2013), placing it 13th out of 46 in ‘Public Administration’ and 33rd out of 156 journals in ‘Political Science’. We are looking to build on this success and aspire for the Journal to be in the top ten publications in the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) ranking for Public Administration.
The current Co-Editor, Professor Matthew Flinders, comes to the end of his three year term in January 2016 and we are looking for a replacement. The incoming Co-editor(s) would work alongside Sarah Ayres in stewarding the Journal through the next stage of its development. Of particular significance is the need for the incoming editor(s) to drive forward the internationalisation agenda in terms of external visibility and journal content. (We may consider appointing more than one co-editor).