Symposium on: IMPLEMENTING COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE.Models, experiences and challenges to foster policy coordination, and to enhance sustainable community outcomes and public value generation

09/01/2018 Carmine Bianchi

Events

Symposium on:

IMPLEMENTING COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE

Models, experiences and challenges to foster policy coordination, and

to enhance sustainable community outcomes and public value generation

 

University of Palermo (Italy), Department of Political Sciences – DEMS

Palermo, 25th - 26th October 2018

 

 

 

Host: Carmine Bianchi, University of Palermo, Italy

Keynote speakers: 

-       Greta Nasi, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy

-       Stephen Osborne, University of Edinburgh Business School, Scotland 

 

 

Papers format, Key-dates and Publication opportunities

Submitted manuscripts will be written according to the following characteristics:

  • Character: Times-New-Roman, 12
  • Abstract length: Max 120 words
  • Key-words: Max 5 items
  • Maximum paper length: 7000 words
  • Footnotes at the bottom of each page (please limit the use of footnotes)
  • Citations: preferably in the body of the paper. Please use the following standard (Osborne S. 2016, p. …)
  • References: at the end of the paper, according to the following standard: Osborne S. (2016). Public management research over the decades: What are we writing about?, Public Management Review, 19, 2, p. 109-113.
  • Preliminary full papers are due by May 21st 2018, and must be submitted to bianchi.carmine@gmail.com.
  • By July 2nd authors will be given notice on the acceptance of their submitted papers, reviewed by a double-blind refereeing process.
  • By September 10th, accepted full papers will be resubmitted by the authors, based on the suggestions from the referees.

 

To facilitate the double-blind review process, abstracts must consist of two pages: in the first one, author(s) name(s), affiliations, email address(es) and paper title are listed; the second one includes the abstract text, together with the repetition of the paper title.

 

Best papers presented at the symposium, will be eligible possibly for publication in a special issue of the Public Management Review and of the "Azienda Pubblica" Journal.

 

A number of papers will be also selected and proposed for submission to the Journal of Management and Governance by following a fast-track review process for publication.

 

Accepted papers will also be eligible for publication in a book planned in the series “System Dynamics for Performance Management”, by Springer, on: Enabling collaborative governance through systems modeling methods. Fostering coordination in public policy design and implementation.

 

Each participant may submit only one manuscript, as author or co-author.

 

Scientific Committee:

-       Eugenio Anessi-Pessina, Professor in Public Management, Department of Economics and Business Management, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan

-       Carmine Bianchi, Professor in Public Management, Department of Political Sciences, University of Palermo

-       Elio Borgonovi, Professor in Public Management, Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management, Bocconi University, Milan

-       Lino Cinquini, Professor of Management Accounting and Business Administration, Institute of Management, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa – Editor of “Journal of Management and Governance”

-       Riccardo Mussari, Professor in Public Management, Department of Business Administration and Law, University of Siena – Editor of “Azienda Pubblica” Journal

-       Greta Nasi, Professor in Public Management, Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management, Bocconi University, Milan

-       Stephen Osborne, Director of the Centre for Service Excellence (CenSE), Chair of International Public Management, University of Edinburgh Business School - Editor of Public Management Review

 

Organizing Committee:

-       Carmine Bianchi, Professor in Public Management, Department of Political Sciences, University of Palermo

-       Enzo Bivona, Associate Professor in Business Management, Department of Political Sciences, University of Palermo

-       Federico Cosenz, Assistant Professor in Public Management, Department of Political Sciences, University of Palermo

-       Carla Monteleone, Associate Professor in Political Science, Department of Political Sciences, University of Palermo

-       Vincenzo Vignieri, Research Assistant in Public Management, Department of Political Sciences, University of Palermo

 

Registration Fee

-       Early registration by July 23rd, 2018: € 380,00

-       Late registration after July 23rd until October 1st, 2018: € 450,00

Registration fee includes: participation to the conference with a paper, gala dinner, lunch and coffee breaks.

Spouse/guest registration fee: € 100,00. This fee permits an individual to accompany a regular conference registrant to the gala dinner, lunch and coffee breaks.

On-site registration will not be possible.

 

Conference venue: Department of Political Science - DEMS, University of Palermo (Italy), Via U. A. Amico, 4 Palermo

 

Please direct questions regarding the symposium to: bianchi.carmine@gmail.com (preferred email address) or carmine.bianchi@unipa.it

 

More info on: http://ced4.com/symposium2018-information/