The Public and Non-Profit Management SIG aims at providing an authoritative and internationally focused forum to discuss major developments in the area of governance and management of public interest. Such focus allows embracing all organizations pursuing public outcomes, be they public, non- or for-profit. These operate in healthcare, culture, education, utilities sectors and key issues include network management, performance evaluation, organisation, and HRM, social innovation, social responsibility, and accountability.

SIG standing tracks:

  • PNPM General Track (PM) – Corresponding Chair: Andrea Bonomi Savignon
  • Healthcare Management Research (HMR) – Corresponding Chair:Robert Hernandez
  • Accountability, Accountability, Sustainability in Public and Non-profit Organizations (AAS) – Corresponding Chair: Filippo Giordano
  • Management and Governance of Culture, Heritage and Tourism (CHT) - Corresponding Chair: Fabrizio Montanari

Papers presented at annual conferences and SIG winter workshops are selected for edited books, such as the Emerald Series "Studies in Public and Non-Profit Governance,” and special issues of the International Journal of Public Sector Management. Check out the topics covered within the Emeral Series:

CALL FOR PAPERS

  • EURAM 2019: paper submission deadline is 15 January 2019 - 2 pm Belgian time.
  • Volume 8 Emerald Book Series “Studies in Public and Non-Profit Governance” (peer-reviewed) to be announced soon.
  • Special issue of the International Journal of Public Sector Management - the CFP will be announced in the end of 2018.

INITIATIVES

Winter Workshop “Inter-institutional performance management: performance indicators at the organizational boundaries” (tbc). Will take place in March 2019, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. Event is co-organized by EURAM PNPM SIG, IRSPM Local Governance SIG, EGPA Public Network Policy PSG.

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SIG OFFICERS

Denita Cepiku (University of Rome Tor Vergata, IT) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Chair

Robert S. Hernandez (University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA)This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Co-Chair for Healthcare Management

Reto Steiner (ZHAW School of Management and Law, CH) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Co-Chair for the General Track

Riccardo Mussari (University of Siena, IT) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Co-Chair for Scientific Quality

Andrea Bonomi Savignon (University of Rome Tor Vergata, IT) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Programme Chair

Mateusz Lewandowski (Jagiellonian University Krakow, PL) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Communications Officer

 

PAST SIG CHAIRS

Stephen P. Osborne (University of Edinburgh Business School, SC) 

Jane Broadbent (Roehampton University, UK)

Robert Fouchet (Paul Cezanne University, FR)

Marco Meneguzzo (University of Rome Tor Vergata, IT)

 

SIG BEST PAPER AWARDS

Sponsored and Presented by the International Journal of Public Sector Management & Emerald. Congratulations to the authors!

2018 (Ex-Aequo):

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Leaving the Senior Civil Service: Public Service Bargain and Beyond. The Case of Estonia. Authors: Tiina Randma-Liiv, Reelika Rattus - Tallinn University of Technology

The Paradox of Public Bureaucracies: Discriminatory Bureaucrats in Non-DiscriminatoryBureaucracies Authors: Lode De Waele – University of Antwerp, Kristina Weissmüller – University of Hamburg, Arjen Van Witteloostujin– Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

2017:

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Value Conflicts in Citizen Collaboration: Governing Public Values in Multi-Actor Settings. Authors: Nils Aschhoff and Rick Vogel (Universität Hamburg)

 

SIG PROGRAMS 

EURAM2018 square   EURAM17    EURAM2016 
EURAM 2018 in Reykjavik   EURAM 2017 in Glasgow   EURAM 2016 in Paris

 

SOME HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SIG EVENTS

@ Reykjavik (2018) 

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SIG in numbers: 131 submitted papers, 24 sessions, 82 papers were presented, 223 authors were involved in scheduled papers. A SIG Plenary session was scheduled for Thursday, June 21st at 5.30 pm. The Plenary meeting featured a Keynote guest speech by Guðrún Erla Jónsdóttir, Strategy Officer at Reykjavík Energy Group and Chairman of the Board for Veitur Utilities, on the theme of "Rebuilding trust towards sustainability: the role of ownership strategy. Insights from the case of Reykjavík Energy”. An informal SIG Networking Drinks event took place after the Plenary, on Thursday evening. The SIG offered the first drinks :) 

@ Glasgow (2017)

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78 papers were submitted to the SIG in 2017

@ Paris (2016)

The SIG Plenary Meeting was scheduled for June 2 at 16.30. It provided a unique platform for the SIG community to network, comment on the status of the Group and elaborate on future developments. Data from the EURAM 2016 submissions and tracks was presented and proposals for EURAM 2017 were encouraged and discussed. SIG Networking Dinner took place after the Plenary. It was Sponsored by the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Thank you UAB!