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2nd International Conference "Enhancing Public Trust in Changing Asian Societies"

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Asian Association for Public Administration (AAPA)

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Cuándo 07/02/2011 14:00 a
10/02/2011 00:00
Dónde Jakarta, Indonesia
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Global economic and political conditions are facing enormous change recently. The world’s constellation has shifted, with a few Asian countries playing more important roles, as indicated by the growth of China, the emerging giant India, and the resilience of Indonesia, following the success of Korea and Japan since 1990s. However, no single Asian country can relax in this situation, because of political instability in many Asian countries.

Consequently, public administration in every country plays an important role in enhancing public trust. Innovations have been made to improve the lives of citizens. Good governance has become fashionable in many countries. However, few countries succeeded in implementing it. Administrative reform, which is an important aspect of good governance, has to be adjusted to each country’s context.

Meanwhile, the wave of decentralization which begun in 1980s has not stopped. Central government in many Asian countries have handed over their authority to local governments to improve governance or to encourage local democracy. Many countries have succeeded, but many have failed too. The bureaucracies in some countries have become corrupt institutions.

Conference Theme and Sub-Themes

The aim of the conference is to discuss the recent trends in public administration and possible future scenarios in the emerging Asian countries.

This conference invites you to send your papers within these two sub-themes:

1. Administrative Reform: Asian Experiences

a. Public Service Reform

b. Innovation Management

c. Implemention of Good Governance

2. Local Governance and Public Trust

a. Decentralization Policy

b. Fiscal Imbalance and Disparities

c. Local Democracy and Political Cooptation over Bureaucracy

-Fecha límite para envío de abstracts: 12 de octubre de 2010

-Fecha de anuncio de aceptación de abstracts: 22 de octubre de 2010

-Fecha límite para envío de paper: 28 de diciembre de 2010

-Contacto: AAPA Secretariat

aapasec@ied.edu.hk

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