Did you miss the 3rd International PUPOL Conference? Or did you also enjoy participating in it?
You can now read Prof. Jean Hartley‘s article that comes from her excellent keynote speech of the conference and that has just been published in the International Journal of Public Leadership.
Here the link to the open access article: https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/IJPL-09-2018-0048
Enjoy the read!
The Call for papers is now closed.
Kia Ora! We are proud to announce that the fourth PUPOL International Conference will take place on 11-12 April 2019 at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. The conference theme will be “Collaborative leadership for a sustainable future“.
More details about the conference, key dates and programme can be found here: www.victoria.ac.nz/ethical-leadership.
New Zealand is a land with incredible landscapes and an unique culture. Here is our New Zealand Story:
We look forward to welcoming all of you in Wellington – the coolest little capital in the world!
The final deadline for registration and submission of papers for PUPOL’s third international conference is 15 March 2018.
Set to take place at The Swedish Defence University in beautiful Stockholm, this year’s conference promises to be yet another eventful gathering of scholars in public and political leadership from around the world.
This year’s conference theme is ‘Leadership in a Changing Environment‘.
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Like every year, PUPOL organises a special panel on public and political leadership at the 2017 annual work conference of the Netherlands Institute of Government (NIG) on 9-10 November in Maastricht. And you have until 1 September to submit your abstract!
The PUPOL panels at NIG are known for their open and inviting atmosphere, the depth and constructiveness of the discussions, and the extensive time available to debate about the different papers. It is also a great place to meet with like-minded public and political leadership scholars and develop ideas for future collaborative research opportunities.
For more information, check out the 2017 Call for Papers and our page on the NIG annual work conferences.
Did you also enjoy PUPOL’s second international conference in Milton Keynes, UK and want to look back at the keynote speeches by prof. Barbara Crosby and prof. John Bryson or the one by Brad Jackson? No problem! All the keynotes and TED-type talks of the conference are now online.
Take a look below and enjoy some of the latest, thought-provoking ideas and research findings on public and political leadership:
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The deadline for the PUPOL special issue on Leadership for Public and Social Value in the journal Public Administration is vast approaching! You have until 1 October 2017 to submit your papers.
The special issue aims to examine whether, how and what leadership achieves for society, and/or different publics. It particularly looks at the relationship between public leadership and societal challenges with the mediating role of the practice of public administration. Contributions focusing on different types of public leadership (e.g. political, managerial, civic, professional etc.) are welcome. Papers may focus on the leadership of the creation or destruction of public and social value at various levels.
Manuscripts can be submitted until 1 October 2017 through Public Administration’s manuscript system (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/padm). For more information about the special issue, see the Call for Papers Leadership for Public and Social Value or contact Alessandro Sancino (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The newly established Doctoral School “Political Institutions and Leadership in a Contingent World” at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, invites applications for a pre-doc researcher/PhD student, fixed term, for the duration of three years.
The planned dissertation project should be located in one of the two areas: “Executive politics in democratic or authoritarian regimes” or “Political opposition in democratic or authoritarian regimes”. Research proposals with a genuinely comparative focus are particularly welcome.
Deadline for applications is 17 June, more information can be found here.
Palgrave recently published a new book in its Public Management and Leadership Series: The 21st Century Public Manager, written by Professor Zeger van der Wal (Assistant Dean and Associate Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore and Endowed Professor of The Government as Labour Organization, Leiden University, the Netherlands).
This timely, state-of-the-art teaching text is designed for aspiring and current public managers enrolled in MPA, MPM, and Executive Education programs.
Truly global in scope and ambition, the 21st Century Public Manager addresses key trends, challenges, and opportunities for public managers across the globe, with an emphasis on the roles, competencies, and values they need to master in order to succeed in 21st century operating environments. The perspectives and strategies provided in this accessibly written book are grounded in the latest empirical evidence, but are translated to the operating environment of the public manager. The book looks well beyond Western settings and perspectives, and thus serves the global market of programs and schools in public management, public administration, and public policy.
To learn more or order a copy, please review the flyer and/or visit the Palgrave Macmillan Education website.
After a very successful 2nd international PUPOL conference at the Open University in Milton Keynes, UK in April, we can now announce that next year’s conference will take place on 19-20 April 2018 at the Swedish Defense University in Stockholm, Sweden and will be organised by Professor Fredrik Bynander and his team at CRISMART.
A call for papers and all relevant info on the conference will come available on this website in due time, but for now: be sure to save the date!