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  • Extending Call for Papers for the 2020 Annual Virtual Conference of the AAPA

    Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Asian Association for Public Administration has decided to hold the 2020 AAPA Annual Conference as avirtual conference on September 25, 2020.This decision was made after consultation with our co-hosts, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. The most important thing for AAPA is the health and safety of our members and participants, and a large off-line gathering would have been logistically difficult to carry on without endangering the wellbeing of our participants.In addition, we extendedthe due date of abstracts and panel proposal submission to August 5, 2020.And also include anadditional theme titled, Governance and Public Administration Issues Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic.Finally, there will beno registration feesfor the 2020 AAPA Annual Virtual Conference.We thank you for your understanding.Best regards,AAPA secretariat

    2020.07.15
  • Postponement of the 2020 AAPA Annual Conference

    Dear AAPA Members and Friends,Due to the developing COVID-19 situation and in compliance with decisions taken by the authorities, AAPA has decided, with much regret, to postpone the 2020 AAPA Annual Conference that was to be held from May 28 to 29 in Shanghai, China, to theend of September, 2020.This was not an easy decision to make but public health is our primary concern and we rather take every precautionary measure to limit any risk to participants, staff and those with whom they come into contact.We recognize and are grateful for all the energy and time all of you invested in sending your abstracts and also that of our local organizing committee which worked hard.We will continue to monitor the evolution of COVID-19 and notify you with rescheduled datesdependingon the situation by early July.We apologize for any inconvenience this decision has caused and we thank you for your understanding.Best regards,AAPA Secretariat

    2020.03.26
  • Call for Papers for the 2020 Annual Conference of the Asian Association for Public Administration (AAPA)

    The Call for Papers for the 2020 Annual Conference oftheAsian Association for Public Administration (AAPA)Today, with an urbanization rate of 50% in Asia,more and more people will be living in urban areas. The rapid urbanization has led to many problems: poverty, income disparity, energy consumption, traffic congestion, and environmental pollution and so forth. The concept of sustainable development plays an essential role in addressing these challenges by offering a conceptual framework of promoting prosperity and justice to achieve a more sustainable future. Urban governance is critical for achieving sustainable development goals. It is of great theoretical and practical significance to explore how sustainable development can be promoted. This conference also focuses on the good and best practices of urban governance across cities as well as counties, which may be applicable to other regions. We need to learn from each other by exchanging ideas, sharing best practices, and exploring new theories around the world. Thethemeof this year’s conference is:“Towards Sustainable Urban Governance in Asia: New Theory and Innovative Practice”We are interested in soliciting proposals focusing on comparative studies to facilitate interdisciplinary and cross-country dialogue and enrich practice on urban governance in China and other Asian countries. We invite scholars, researchers, policymakers, professionals, and other stakeholders to share their research and best practice on sustainable urban governance and yield practical solutions to challenges facing Asian urban areas.The submitted papers are suggested to focus on one of the following sub-themes:lNew theoretical development on sustainable urban governancelComparative studies on mega-city governance modelslApplication of sustainable concept to urban governancelThe use ofnewtechnologies to reshapeurban governancelInter-jurisdictional and regional collaborationlInnovative modes of urban service deliverylCross-sectoral collaboration to address urban challengeslFinancial suitability in urban governmentslGoverning inclusive and equitable citieslPublic policy innovations towards sustainable developmentlAligning urban governance interventions and innovations to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)The 2020 AAPA Annual Conference will be jointly hosted by the Asian Association for Public Administration (AAPA) and China Institute for Urban Governance, School of International and Public Affairs, Shanghai Jiao Tong University in collaboration with The China-AmericaAssociation for Public Affairs (CAAPA).The Conference will be held at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Xuhui Campus, Shanghai, China from May 28th to 29th, 2020.

    2019.11.06
  • The 2019 Annual Conference of the Asian Association for Public Administration (AAPA)

    In collaboration with the Philippine Society for Public Administration, National College of Public Administration and Governance, University of the Philippines, Association of Schools of Public Administration of the Philippines, and De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde Manila, Philippines on May 22-24, 2019The 2019 AAPA Annual Conference will be jointly hosted by the Asian Association for Public Administration (AAPA) and De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde, Manila, Philippines. It will be held at the Hotel Benilde and De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde Taft Campus (www.benilde.edu.ph) in Manila, Philippines from May 22 nd to 24 th , 2019. The conference venue is located approximately 50 minutes car drive from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport I, II and III during a non-rush hour.Main Conference Themes: Public Administration and the Future: Challenges and Opportunities in Realizing the Sustainable Development Goals and Directions for Reform and Capacity BuildingThe role of public administration in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is imminent. There are many issues that have to be addressed to increase the quality of life in developing countries as targeted by SDGs: poverty and hunger, climate change, energy, consumption, marine resources, inequality, economic growth, ecosystems and environment, peace and justice, human settlements, water management, education for sustainable development and lifelong learning, food security, gender equality, industrial sustainability, good health and inclusive well-being, accountable and inclusive institutions, and the global partnership for sustainable development.This conference focuses on how to transform governance and innovate development capacities of governments, institutions and public administrations to achieve SDGs.Academicians, students and practitioners are welcomed to discuss the opportunity to debate emerging issues, trends, and challenges, as well as good practices, strategies and approaches to transforming governance and innovating public administration. This conference will contribute to developing the good practices of public administration to anticipate the various challenges posed by the implementation of the SDGs. This conference inspires the participants to develop solutions and pathways to realizing the SDGs.Sub-themes• Decentralization and Devolution• Relocating Government Capitals (such as the cases of Korea and Malaysia)• Third World Development Models• Development policy for SDGs• Transforming governance for realizing the SDGs• Leveraging and Harnessing Frontier Technologies for SDGs• Transforming Public Service Delivery• Public-Private Partnership and SDGs• Inclusiveness• Fourth Industrial Revolution in Public InstitutionsWe invite submission of abstracts and papers that reflect on the above issues from academics and practitioners.Conference Venue for the three-day conferenceFirst day: 2nd Floor, Hotel Benilde Maison De La SalleSecond day: 5th Floor Mutien Hall, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Main CampusThird day: 2nd Floor, Hotel Benilde Maison De La SalleAAPA has launched the Public Administration Lifetime Achievement Award.This award presents to leaders of Public Administration in the region.The Award Winner areProfessor AKIRA NAKAMURA,Professor PAN SUK KIM,DR. RAUL P DE GUZMAN.Professor Osamu Koike has been awarded on behalf of professor Akira Nakamura.

    2019.06.14
  • 2019 AAPA Annual Conference

    In collaboration with the Philippine Society for Public Administration, National College of Public Administration and Governance, University of the Philippines, Association of Schools of Public Administration of the Philippines, and De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde Manila, Philippines on May 22-24, 2019The 2019 AAPA Annual Conference will be jointly hosted by the Asian Association for Public Administration (AAPA) and De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde, Manila, Philippines. It will be held at the Hotel Benilde and De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde Taft Campus (www.benilde.edu.ph) in Manila, Philippines from May 22 nd to 24 th , 2019. The conference venue is located approximately 50 minutes car drive from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport I, II and III during a non-rush hour.Main Conference Themes: Public Administration and the Future: Challenges and Opportunities in Realizing the Sustainable Development Goals and Directions for Reform and Capacity BuildingThe role of public administration in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is imminent. There are many issues that have to be addressed to increase the quality of life in developing countries as targeted by SDGs: poverty and hunger, climate change, energy, consumption, marine resources, inequality, economic growth, ecosystems and environment, peace and justice, human settlements, water management, education for sustainable development and lifelong learning, food security, gender equality, industrial sustainability, good health and inclusive well-being, accountable and inclusive institutions, and the global partnership for sustainable development.This conference focuses on how to transform governance and innovate development capacities of governments, institutions and public administrations to achieve SDGs.Academicians, students and practitioners are welcomed to discuss the opportunity to debate emerging issues, trends, and challenges, as well as good practices, strategies and approaches to transforming governance and innovating public administration. This conference will contribute to developing the good practices of public administration to anticipate the various challenges posed by the implementation of the SDGs. This conference inspires the participants to develop solutions and pathways to realizing the SDGs.Sub-themes• Decentralization and Devolution• Relocating Government Capitals (such as the cases of Korea and Malaysia)• Third World Development Models• Development policy for SDGs• Transforming governance for realizing the SDGs• Leveraging and Harnessing Frontier Technologies for SDGs• Transforming Public Service Delivery• Public-Private Partnership and SDGs• Inclusiveness• Fourth Industrial Revolution in Public InstitutionsWe invite submission of abstracts and papers that reflect on the above issues from academics and practitioners.Conference Venue for the three-day conferenceFirst day: 2nd Floor, Hotel Benilde Maison De La SalleSecond day: 5th Floor Mutien Hall, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Main CampusThird day: 2nd Floor, Hotel Benilde Maison De La Salle

    2019.05.21
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