Special Issue "Teaching Public Management"

A special issue of Education Sciences (ISSN 2227-7102).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2020).

Special Issue Editors

Prof. Dr. Ani Matei
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Guest Editor
Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (NUPSPA), Bucharest, Romania
Interests: public economics; evaluation of public performance; extending the European Administrative Space; systemic modeling and analysis; administrative systems; smart administration; smart governance; social innovation in smart cities
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Dr. Corina Georgiana Antonovici
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Guest Editor
National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
Interests: public management, public organizations, nonprofit organizations, social enterprises, organizational change

Special Issue Information

Dear colleagues,

Around the world, the conceptual enlargement for implementing public management involves several experts as well as prestigious universities, associations, and education and research centers.

Teaching public management (TPM) has become the most effective tool for professionalization and performance of public management. Its recent evolutions incorporate and develop new adjacent concepts—new public administration (NPA), public governance (PG), new public management (NPM), smart public administration (SPA) etc.—inscribing into an obvious trajectory, based on classical public administration, substantiated on Weber’ s conception and now including theories of public choice, policy analysis, etc.

Asserted in 1970s, NPM has been used for decades in attempts to express and reveal the above evolutions. For the time being, during the post-NPM period, there is a broad and diverse network of teaching and training programs, which, based on the traditions and expertise of schools of public administration, public economics, management, and political sciences, have defined and substantiated a complex interdisciplinary area aiming at TPM.

This Special Issue on “Teaching Public Management” aims to highlight and valorize the contributions of teaching staff, experts, and practitioners with the aim to design and operationalize educational tools, methods and methodologies, comparative studies, impact analyses, and educational innovation, relevant within TPM processes.

Prof. Dr. Ani Matei
Dr. Corina Georgiana Antonovici
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • Teaching and training in PM: new educational approaches and methodologies
  • Measuring the learning outcomes and competences in PM education and training
  • Comparative studies concerning the content, methods of organization and teaching in Bachelor, Master, PhD programs in PM
  • Adapting TPM programs to the social changes
  • Interoperability of TPM programs taking into consideration the Europeanization and globalization in the public sector

Published Papers

There is no accepted submissions to this special issue at this moment.
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