Announcements

The Special Conference (PMRC) Issue of “Management Matters” Available

The Spring 2024 issue of Management Matters features:

Management Matters Spring 2024


PMRC 2024

Pre-conference Workshop Registration for PMRC 2024

Pre-conference workshop registration is now open for PMRC 2024. There will be six workshops this year, all held on June 26, the day before the conference begins.

Workshop descriptions can be found on the PMRC 2024 website or by clicking directly on the list of workshops hereWorkshop registration is separate from conference registration. The deadline for conference registration is April 26, 2024. You may register for workshops after that deadline, but seats are limited, so register soon if interested.


A Message From the JPART Editors

Dear all:

Join us at the Public Management Research Conference in two weeks for a unique opportunity to meet one-on-one with the editors!

Kim Sass Mikkelsen and Ole Helby Petersen are hosting over 20 “Meet the Editors” sessions, specifically designed to provide direct access for authors—especially those in the early stages of their careers—to discuss your research with them.

Dates: Morning sessions on June 27 & 28. Duration: 20-minute slots. Priority: Early career researchers, but all are welcome!

Book your slot now through the links below to secure your opportunity to receive personalized feedback and guidance on your work.

Book a slot with Ole

Book a slot with Kim

Don’t miss this chance to enhance your research with expert advice. We look forward to discussing your work!


 

New ANNOUNCEMENTS

 


University of Oregon Invites Applications For a Visiting Assistant Professor in Planning, Public Policy, and Management – Public Administration, Posted on 6/14/2024

The School of Planning, Public Policy, and Management (PPPM) at the University of Oregon invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor position to teach in the undergraduate and Master of Public Administration programs during the 2024-2025 academic year. Candidates with research and teaching interests in any area of public administration or public policy will be considered, provided that candidates can teach the required core courses in the job description.

Additional information can be found here. Review of applications begins July 8, 2024. The position will be opened until filled.


PPMR Special Issue: Exploring the Links Between Fairness and Performance, Posted on 6/14/2024

The Special Issue editors of Public Performance and Management Review (PPMR), Kaifeng Yang from the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark, and Ellen V. Rubin from the University at Albany, State University of New York, invite papers that explore the connection between fairness and performance.

The attached flyer provides additional information. One-page proposals are due August 1, 2024. Inquiries and proposals should be directed to erubin@albany.edu and/or kaifengy@newark.rutgers.edu.


University of Southern California Invites Applications For A Senior Faculty Position, Posted on 6/14/2024

The Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California invites applications for a senior faculty position at the rank of professor (tenured) in the Department of Public Policy and Management to serve as the Bedrosian Chair in Governance and the Public Enterprise.

Additional information can be found here. Review of applications will begin September 1, 2024.


 

CONTINUING ANNOUNCEMENTS

 


University of Southern California Invites Applications for the Next Dean of the Sol Price School of Public Policy, Posted on 5/24/2024

The University of Southern California invites nominations, expressions of interest and applications for a remarkable scholar and leader to serve as the next dean of the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy.

More information may be found here. The application deadline is August 5, 2024. The position is open until filled.


Public Administration Invites Symposium Proposal: Unveiling the Dynamics of Digital Transformation in Public Administrations, Posted on 5/10/2024

Key questions to be addressed include the preconditions for successful transformation, how public managers balance traditional routines with agile practices, and how outcomes can be transferred into existing administrative frameworks. The symposium seeks to bridge these gaps through theoretical foundations and empirical evidence, welcoming diverse research methodologies and theoretical perspectives.

More information may be found in the attached flyer. The deadline for abstract submission is September 1st, 2024.


National University of Singapore Invites Applications for Two Tenure-track Assistant Professor Appointments, Posted on 6/7/2024

The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), National University of Singapore, invites applications for two tenure-track Assistant Professor appointments. Applicants are expected to have research and teaching expertise in the fields of public policy, public administration, and/or public management. Of particular interest are scholars whose research and teaching focuses on public management, public policy, digital technologies and sustainability and with relevance to Asia.

More information may be found here. Applications will be reviewed beginning in early October 2024 and continuing until positions are filled.


IJPA Special Issue Calls for Proposal: Promises and Pitfalls of Digital Technologies in the Fight against Corruption, Posted on 6/7/2024

International Journal of Public Administration invites proposals for its special issue on Promises and Pitfalls of Digital Technologies in the Fight against Corruption. The special issue seeks papers that examine some of the listed issues from an empirical, evidence-based perspective. 

More information may be found here. The deadline for the proposal submission is November 30, 2024.


Invitation to Join the Statement on the “Schedule F” Proposal, Posted on 5/24/2024

A group of non-partisan experts and scholars convened a workshop at the National Academy of Public Administration to discuss “Protecting and Reforming the US Civil Service.”  This question has become particularly salient in light of plans, such as those outlined in the Heritage Foundation’s Project 2025, to revive the executive order issued at the end of the Trump administration to create a new “Schedule F.” A statement has been developed in response to the “Schedule F” proposal. Given its significant implications for the field, many professionals have already endorsed it.

Those interested in endorsing the statement can contact Donald Kettl with their name and affiliation at dfkettl52@gmail.com.

More information may be found here.


The University of Kentucky Invites Nominations and Applications for the Director of Martin School, Posted on 5/31/2024

The University of Kentucky invites nominations and applications for the Director of the James W. Martin School of Public Policy and Administration (Martin School). The Martin School seeks a nationally recognized scholar with exceptional leadership skills. Reporting to the Dean of Graduate School and Associate provost of Graduate and Professional Education, the Director will be charged with setting a strong vision for the Martin School while maximizing current strengths, enhancing the internal and external visibility of the School, and continuing the School’s focus on quality research and teaching.

More information may be found here. Open Until Filled


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