The NISPAcee Steering Committee
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He is one of top CEE and SEE academic and research persons (according to unofficial scientometric ranking between top 10). During his academic and professional carrier he gained a lot of experience with the political and administrative situation in these regions, European integration process and EU enlargement. In 2010 he received important reward for his performance – NISPAcee Alena Brunovska Award. He is Vice-President of the International Research Society for Public Management, Vice-President of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA), project director of the IASIA permanent working group and served for many years as a member of the Accreditation Committee of the European Association of Public Administration Accreditation till 2015.
Professor Constantin Marius Profiroiu teaches public policy and good governance at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies where he is the Dean of College of Administration and Public Management. He is Fulbright Senior Alumnus 2010-2011 at Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, University of Kentucky.
Since May 2014, he is the President of the Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe (NISPAcee). Also, he is member of European Statistical Governance Advisory Board (ESGAB) since 2015.
He was Director-general of the European Integration Department in Romania from 2001 to 2002 and also held the post of State Secretary within the Ministry of Public Administration and Interior between 2002-2004. He was in charge of the coordination of the public administration reform and responsible with the Phare program in the field of civil service reform and decentralization process in Romania. Marius Profiroiu is author of numerous publications in the field of civil service, decentralisation, governance, strategic management.
Jadranka Đurković was appointed Deputy Director of the Human Resources Management Authority in 2005. She has a Degree in the English language and literature from the University of Prishtina. She has work experience in training and capacity building in the public sector. For the last 10 years she has been working intensively on training and capacity development of civil servants in the Montenegrin public administration. She supported the establishment of the institution, designed and implemented a training needs assessment, and worked on curricula development and improvement of the training system. She also has experience in the field of recruitment, performance appraisal, and promotion of civil servants. During her career she has attended many training activities for personal development, and gave many presentations at various events. She is also a member of different working groups for Public Administration Reform; she is a member of the Training Council; Member of the Commission for EU Integration in Montenegro; a substitute member of the ReSPA Governing Board at Senior Official level and is also a NISPAcee Steering Committee member.
Polonca Kovač is an Associate Professor of administrative law, graduated from the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana in 1995, completed a specialist 18-month international programme on the reforms of public administration, MSc studies on New Public Management in 1999 at the Faculty of Social Sciences and her doctoral studies on delegation of public authorities in 2005 at the Faculty of Law, Ljubljana. She has over 20 years of working experiences in public administration and in higher education, including guest lectures in foreign universities and serving as an OECD, WB, SIGMA and ReSPA expert regarding Europenisation of public administration and modernisation of administrative (procedural) law. She is a (co)author and editor and reviewer of numerous scientific monographs, articles and conference papers, including monographs Contemporary Governance Models and Practices in Central and Eastern Europe, Administrative-Legal Dilemmas, Commentary on the Slovene Constitution, Regulatory Impact Assessment, etc. She also acts as a co-director of PSG PA and Law within EGPA.
Kakha Shengelia is a President of Caucasus University. He holds MA degree from Tbilisi State; MBA degree in Management from the University of Hartford (Hartford, USA) and PhD Degree from Georgian Technical University (Georgia). Apart from his administrative responsibilities he teaches courses in Management Concept and History of Georgia.
He was a Member of Parliament of Georgia, Deputy Chairman of Committee of Education, Science, Sport and Culture and Committee of Foreign Affairs. He has been a Vice-Mayor of Tbilisi in Social Affairs. He is a President-elect President of IAUP (International Association of University Presidents). He is awarded the Presidential Order of Excellence by the President of Georgia and the Ring of Honor by the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, a Honorable Doctor of Tallinn University of Technology.
Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
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E-mail: email@example.comGyorgy Hajnal is a Professor in the Department of Public Policy and Management, Corvinus University of Budapest and Senior Researcher at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Political Science. Prior to his current positions he worked as a Senior Researcher/ Head of Department for 15 years at the Hungarian Institute of Public Administration and its successor organisation. Besides his full-time academic positions he has been and continues to be extensively involved in international research cooperation projects in topics relating to comparative public management reforms. He has also served as a consultant to various international academic, governmental and business organisations.