- Tina Jukić, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration, Slovenia, email@example.com
- Prof. Edoardo Ongaro, The Open University, UK
Professor Ongaro is Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences.
- Prof. Keith Shaw, Northumbria University, Newcastle, United Kingdom, Keith.firstname.lastname@example.org
He has published extensively on urban and regional governance, public services reform, local government, resilient public organisations and cross-border policy collaboration. He has previously
been involved in the EU CONNECTIONS project (on Partnerships for Social Inclusion) which involved a number of European municipalities and universities in Rotterdam, Munich, Budapest, Vienna, Oslo,
Malmo and Newcastle. Since 2014, he has been heavily involved in undertaking funded research on Devolution within the UK. This includes being the lead author of two major reports, Borderlands: can
the North East and Cumbria benefit from greater Scottish autonomy? and Developing the Framework for a Borderlands Strategy. He was the Principal Investigator on the ESRC Seminar Series, ‘Close Friends? Assessing the impact of greater Scottish autonomy on the North of England and Scotland. In 2016 he was awarded a grant by the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust to investigate ‘Changing Regional Governance’ and an ESRC award to examine policy-makers understanding of the implications of Brexit for economic development and devolved governance on the North of England.
In particular, we will focus on various downwards facing models of strategy and schools of thought that may help local governments and national agencies build more participatory, legitimate and inclusive decision-making processes, which we are exploring in our current and major EU Horizon 2020 funded project in this area.
The aim of the panel is to disseminate and receive feedback on intermediate results of the EU-funded project COGOV.
o To present the initial results of the EU-funded project «Co-Production and Co-Governance: Strategic Management, Public Value and Co-Creation in the Renewal of Public Agencies across Europe.«
o To discuss the challenges in strategic renewal of public administrations across Europe.
The panel aims to attract PA scholars and practitioners interested in the strategic renewal of public administrations across Europe (with special focus on NPM, public value and co-creation).
o Prof. Edoardo Ongaro, Open University, UK
o Prof. Jacob Torfing, Roskilde University, Denmark and Assist. Prof. Tina Jukić, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia