Overview Programme Schedule Pmrc 2018

Pre-conference Doctoral Workshops – 30 May 2018

Venue: MM3-5

08:00-10:00 | Pre-doctoral Workshop 1: Network Analysis (part I)

10:00-10:20 | Coffee & Tea Break

10:20-12:10 | Pre-doctoral Workshop 1: Network Analysis (part II)

12:10-13:00 | Lunch (Sponsored by JPART & PPMG)

13:00-14:30 | Pre-doctoral Workshop 2: Academic Reviewing and Publishing (part I)

14:30-14:50 | Coffee & Tea Break

14:50-16:20 | Pre-doctoral Workshop 2: Academic Reviewing and Publishing (part II)

16:30-18:00 | Career Panel: “Navigating the Academic Job Market”

Day 1, 31 May

08:30 – 09:50

Panel 1a: Collaborative Public Management
Venue: LKS 1-1

Panel 1b: Performance Management
Venue: LKS 1-2

Panel 1c: Rethinking Public Service Motivation
Venue: OTH Conference Room

Panel 1d: Environmental Management and Climate Change
Venue: Innovation Room

Panel 1e: Public Health Management
Venue: MM2-1

Panel 1f: Capacity Building and Reform in Policy and Management
Venue: MM2-2

Panel 1g: Public Sector Leadership
Venue: MM2-3

Panel 1h: Is Public Management in Disarray in the 21st Century?
Comparing Reinventions and Redirections in Asia (part I)
Venue: MM3-1

Panel 1i: Public Management: International Experiences
Venue: MM3-4

Panel 1j: Fiscal Governance Innovations and Policy: Pitfalls in Changing Times
Venue: MM3-5

09:50 – 10:10

Coffee & Tea Break

10:10 – 11:30

Panel 2a: Private-Public Partnerships
Venue: LKS 1-1

Panel 2b: Gender and Representation in Public Management
Venue: LKS 1-2

Panel 2c: Causes, Determinants, and Antecedents of Innovation
Venue: OTH Conference Room

Panel 2d: The Politics of Policymaking and Policy Advice
Venue: MM2-1

Panel 2e: Performance Management: Comparative Perspectives
Venue: MM2-2

Panel 2f: Is Public Management in Disarray in the 21st Century?
Comparing Reinventions and Redirections in Asia (part II)
Venue: MM2-3

Panel 2g: Governing a Shrinking Country: What Can Public Administrators Learn from Japan?
Venue: MM3-1

Panel 2h: Innovation Diffusion: New Perspectives and Empirical Evidence from Taiwan
Venue: MM3-4

11:30 – 11:50

Coffee & Tea Break

11:50 – 13:10

Panel 3a: Public Finance and Budgeting
Venue: LKS 1-1

Panel 3b: Understanding Governance Network Administration (the Philippine Context)
Venue: LKS 1-2

Panel 3c: Leadership, Empathy, and Ethics
Venue: OTH Conference Room

Panel 3d: Administrator-Citizen Relationships and Public Choice Engagement
Venue: MM2-1

Panel 3e: Management Across and Between Sectors
Venue: MM2-2

Panel 3f: Street Level Bureaucrats
Venue: MM2-3

Panel 3g: Performance Management Systems, Data, and Performance Information
Venue: MM3-1

Panel 3h: Civic Organisations in Local Governance: A Comparative Perspective
Venue: MM3-4

Panel 3i: Managing Highly Skilled Transient Migration
Venue: MM3-5

13:10 – 14:30

Lunch (Sponsored by SPEA, Indiana University)
Venue: OTH Lobby

14:30 – 15:50

Journal Editors Roundtable: “What are Top Journals Looking For?”
Venue: Law Auditorium

15:50 – 16:10

Coffee & Tea Break

16:10 – 17:30

Panel 4a: New Public Management and Administrative Reform
Venue: LKS 1-1

Panel 4b: Performance Management, Contracting, Attitudes, and Outcomes
Venue: LKS 1-2

Panel 4c: Public Management and Social Services Delivery in Brazil: Critical Analysis of a Context of Crisis
Venue: OTH Conference Room

Panel 4d: Public Sector Innovation and Co-Production
Venue: Innovation Room

Panel 4e: Ethics, Corruption, and Anti-Corruption Strategies
Venue: MM2-1

Panel 4f: Water Management and Governance I
Venue: MM2-2

Panel 4g: Accountability and Trust
Venue: MM2-3

Panel 4h: Change Leadership and Policy Entrepreneurship
Venue: MM3-1

Panel 4i: Positive Management and Public Sector Change
Venue: MM3-4

Panel 4j: The Promises of Direct Public Participation Through Co-Production and
Co-Governance: Do They Hold?
Venue: MM3-5

17:45 – 19:30

Opening Reception at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS (Sponsored by GSPP, Nazarbayev University)

Day 2, 1 June

08:30 – 09:50

Panel 5b: New Approaches to Performance
Venue: LKS 1-2

Panel 5c: Managing People
Venue: OTH Conference Room

Panel 5d: Street-level Bureaucracy Revisited
Venue: MM2-1

Panel 5e: Contracting in Public Management
Venue: MM2-2

Panel 5f: Governance Systems, Co-Production, and Networks
Venue: MM2-3

Panel 5g: Innovations in Public Organisations and Networks
Venue: MM3-1

Panel 5h: Putting Political Leadership on the Public Management Research Agenda
Venue: MM3-4

Panel 5i: Public Service Motivation; International Comparisons
Venue: MM3-5

09:50 – 10:10

Coffee & Tea Break

10:10 – 11:30

Plenary Panel: “The Hidden Side of Public Management”
Venue: Law Auditorium

11:30 – 11:50

Coffee & Tea Break

11:50 – 13:10

Panel 6a: Collaboration, Co-Production, and Public Value
Venue: LKS 1-1

Panel 6b: Environmental Management and Climate Change Mitigation
Venue: LKS 1-2

Panel 6c: Balancing Attitudes, Motivations, and Value(s)
Venue: OTH Conference Room

Panel 6d: Experiments in Public Management
Venue: MM2-1

Panel 6e: Regulation, Trade, and Governance
Venue: MM2-2

Panel 6f: Governance of Basic Education: What Works, Why and How
Venue: MM2-3

Panel 6g: Performance Management: Variations on a Theme
Venue: MM3-1

13:10 – 14:30

Lunch
Venue: OTH Lobby

14:30 – 16:00

Academic-Practitioner Exchange “The 21st Century Public Manager: Challenges, Skills, and Training”
Venue: Law Auditorium

16:00 – 16:20

Coffee & Tea Break

16:20 – 17:40

Panel 7b: Innovations in Public Administration Theory
Venue: LKS 1-2

Panel 7c: Collaborative Governance towards Air Pollution across Chinese Cities
Venue: OTH Conference Room

Panel 7e: Managing Disaster and Risk
Venue: MM2-2

Panel 7f: IRSPM-PMRA Panel on Public-Private Differences
Venue: MM2-3

Panel 7g: Managing Financial Accounting and Insurance
Venue: MM3-1

Panel 7h: International and Comparative Experiences
Venue: MM3-4

Panel 7i: Leadership – International Perspectives
Venue: MM3-5

19:00 – 22:00

Gala dinner at Hotel Fort Canning, Singapore (cocktail reception starts from 18:30)
11 Canning Walk, Singapore 178881

Day 3, 2 June

08:30 – 09:50

Panel 8a: Water Management and Governance II
Venue: LKS 1-1

Panel 8b: Performance Management: Comparative and International Perspectives
Venue: LKS 1-2

Panel 8c: Applying Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to Studying Public Organisations and Their Management (part I)
Venue: OTH Conference Room

Panel 8d: Managing the Intergovernmental Scene in China: Central Mandates vs.
Local Compliance
Venue: MM2-1

Panel 8e: Managing Corruption
Venue: MM2-2

Panel 8f: The Management of Air Pollution Control in China
Venue: MM2-3

Panel 8g: Governance and Collaboration in Networks
Venue: MM3-1

Panel 8h: Asian Bureaucrats’ Behaviors and Motivations
Venue: MM3-4

09:50 – 10:10

Coffee & Tea Break

10:10 – 11:30

Panel 9a: Performance Management: Comparative Perspectives
Venue: LKS 1-1

Panel 9b: Open Government, Media, and Big Data
Venue: LKS 1-2

Panel 9c: Education and Public Management
Venue: OTH Conference Room

Panel 9d: Administrative Reform, Performance Management and Implementation
Venue: MM2-1

Panel 9e: Local Government and Community Policies
Venue: MM2-2

Panel 9f: Organisational Effectiveness and Change
Venue: MM2-3

Panel 9g: Applying Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to Studying Public Organisations and Their Management (part II)
Venue: MM3-1

11:30

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