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Call for Papers: 2014 Structure and Organization of Government (SOG) Conference

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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The Federman School of Public Policy, The Department of Political Science, Israel

What Makes Governmental Agencies Tick?

5-7 January, 2014

Jerusalem, Israel

This SOG Conference intends to shed light on several themes of considerable importance to the understanding of public agencies as both governmental institutions and administrative organizations. It intends to do so by placing government agencies’ decision making and behavior at the center of attention in order to facilitate a systematic thinking on how government agencies operate and how the administrative state functions. In particular, this conference encourages the development of theories and methods that shed light on the internal shaping of administrative organizations’ uneven responsiveness to – and their management of – their multiple external overseers, competitors, collaborators, clients, regulated entities and the public at large.

Application Deadline/Arrangements

Paper proposals (500 words) addressing the conference theme should be sent electronically to gilads@mscc.huji.ac.il and to msmaor@mscc.huji.ac.il by August 31st 2013 with ‘SOG paper’ as subject. Acceptance of papers will be notified by email by September 30th 2013. Please be advised that panel places are limited and that participants are expected to become SOG members.

-Contactos:

Dr. Sharon Gilad

gilads@mscc.huji.ac.il

Prof. Moshe Maor

msmaor@mscc.huji.ac.il

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