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ABOUT

ABOUT

The European Group for Public Administration is a regional group of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS)
EGPA supports the development of the IIAS and provides a major contribution to the achievement of the mission of the institute: developing public administration and the public service worldwide.
EGPA aims at being the European Platform for Public Administration for academics and practitioners alike

EGPA Strategy

The EGPA Strategy reflects the very nature of the discipline whose development it aims to serve:
- To public administration as science, EGPA contributes by providing platforms in most key areas of research and scholarly inquiry in the field of PA, through the twenty-two Permanent study Groups (PSGs) currently active and the annual conference as well as a range of major scientific events
- To public administration as art and profession, EGPA contributes by providing a unique platform for actionable knowledge that may support the work of public administrators in Europe and beyond: EGPA Policy Papers on European Governance

EGPA General aims

The EGPA aims to:
- to organise and encourage the generation and exchange of knowledge on developments in the theory and practice of public administration to foster comparative studies and the development of public administration theory from a European perspective
- to facilitate innovation in ideas, methods, and techniques in public administration
- to foster the development and consolidation of a community of experts of PA, inclusive towards young scholars and civil servants

EGPA in Action(s)

To realize its objectives, EGPA implements the following actions: 
- organising successful annual conferences
- and dialogues (Transatlantic Dialogues TAD with ASPA; Trans European Dialogues TED with NISPAcee; and Euro-MENA Dialogues (with EURO-MENA partners)
- establishing and running Permanent Study Groups (currently 22 PSGs on different key PA topics)
- organising the PhD Symposium and the French Speaking Seminar
- publishing the EGPA Policy Papers on European Governance
- supporting the development and finalisation of innumerable scientific publications

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