European Group for Public Administration (EGPA)
Groupe européen pour l'administration publique (GEAP)
1974-09 Speyer Germany FR
Founded Sep 1974, Speyer (Germany FR), having been proposed, 1971, at XVth International Congress of Administrative Sciences, as a section of B-XB2138 - International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS). Officially set up, 1975. Now a regional group of IIAS. Original title: European Group of Public Administration -- Groupe européen d'administration publique. Current title adopted, Mar/Jul 2009.
Organize and encourage exchange of information on developments in the theory and practice of public administration; foster comparative studies and development of public administrative theory within a European perspective; facilitate application of innovative ideas, methods and techniques in public administration; strengthen contacts between practitioners, teachers, researchers and civil servants.
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General Assembly. Steering Committee, comprising Chairman, 10 members and the IIAS Director General (ex-officio). Study Groups (20), each managed by 3-4 Directors. Permanent Practitioners Group.
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