The Public and Non-Profit Management SIG aims at providing an authoritative and internationally focused forum to discuss major developments in the area of governance and management of public interest. Such focus allows embracing all organisations that operate for the benefit of the community, be they public or private. Key issues include network management, performance management, organisation and HRM, social innovation, social responsibility, accounting and accountability, marketing and fundraising, leadership. We especially welcome topic proposals focusing on collaborative governance (networks and co- production), social innovation, management of hybrid organisations and the creation of public value at the intersection between public and private domains. We encourage envisioning topics and symposia proposals that could be managed in partnership with another SIG.

 

SIG OFFICERS:

Denita Cepiku (University of Rome Tor Vergata, IT) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Chair

Robert S. Hernandez (University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Co-Chair for Healthcare Management

Reto Steiner (ZHAW School of Management and Law, CH) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Co-Chair for the General Track

Riccardo Mussari (University of Siena, IT) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Co-Chair for Scientific Quality

Andrea Bonomi Savignon (University of Rome Tor Vergata, IT) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Programme Chair

Mateusz Lewandowski (Jagiellonian University Krakow, PL) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SIG Communications Officer

 


GT11_00 Public and Non-Profit Management General Track

The track chairs welcome papers dealing with the multiplicity of governance arrangements promoting the public interest.
These have endured a shift from the traditional Weberian public administration to forms emulating business models to public governance hybrid solutions based on collaboration and co-production. The public sector has become more fragmented and multifaceted, while the shift in expectations by citizens make them now keener to engage in policy-making and service delivery.
The Public and Non-Profit Management general track aims at gathering and promoting confrontation between engaged scholars investigating the role of public and no-profit management for the pursuit of public interest aims.

Andrea Bonomi Savignon , University of Rome Tor Vergata, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

PUBLIC MANAGEMENT & NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT SIG STANDING TRACKS

ST11_01 - Accounting, Accountability and Sustainability in Public and Nonprofit 

This track aims to bring together researchers from the areas of accounting, accountability, CSR and sustainable management with those focussing on public sector and nonprofit management. In particular, we would like to attract theoretical and empirical papers addressing the following issues: Accounting, Accountability, Sustainability and social responsibility, Social reporting, Public Value, Public governance, Ethics, Social partnerships, Stakeholders engagement, Performance Management, Corporate social disclosure, Measuring social impact, Social innovation.

Filippo Giordano , LUMSA University, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

 

ST11_02 - Healthcare Management Research

This standing track is organized to facilitate sharing of research concerning the health of the population and the ways to organize healthcare services more effectively and efficiently.   Studies of cooperative strategies of hospital networks, physician referral practices, public and private partnerships, and other efforts that improve outcomes may be emphasized.  Papers on patient safety and satisfaction, workforce issues including quality of work life and employee satisfaction, evidence-based management decision making, innovative practices, and efficient reallocation of health services are welcome.  Submissions may include conceptual papers as well as qualitative and empirical studies.

S. Robert Hernandez , University of Alabama at Birmingham,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

ST11_03 - Management and governance of culture, heritage and tourism

The applications of management to the culture, heritage and tourism is a subject that has gained an increasing relevance over the last decade. Despite such a growing body of literature, we believe that the understanding of this issue is still limited and that there are several managerial and organizational challenges worth to be investigated. Thus, the aim of this track is to contribute to extant debate by encouraging scholars to discuss about new lines of inquiry, and widen the overall spectrum of perspectives, methodological tools and expected contributions to extant literature.

Lorenzo Mizzau , Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

PUBLIC MANAGEMENT & NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT SIG TRACKS

T11_04 - Behavioral Public Administration & Behavioral Accounting

Following the emerging perspective of behavioral public administration scholarship, this track specifically welcomes studies that employ novel experimental and/or behavioral methods to advance our understanding of and provide innovative solutions to both traditional and newly arising concerns in public and non-profit management.
For instance, we strongly encourage work on applied behavioral sciences in context (e.g. nudging, performance information use), the role of social psychology for accounting and accountability, replications of prior experimental studies, as well as novel experimental research designs (including lab, field, and survey experiments) prepared for peer feedback prior to data collection.

Kristina Weißmüller , Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

T11_05 - Gender diversity, governance, performance and innovation in public organizations

Over the last decades, the debate on gender diversity in the public sector has gained an increasing relevance. Nevertheless, our understanding of the issues and implications of appointing women in managerial positions within such organizations is still limited, and several managerial and governance challenges are worth to be investigated. With this in mind, the track encourages scholars to discuss new lines of inquiry, and widen the overall spectrum of perspectives, methodological tools and expected contributions of the extant literature on the topic.

Simona Catuogno , University of Naples Federico II , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

T11_06 - Public governance and management for global challenges

The proposed sessions aim at presenting research studies on a competitive basis on the most relevant governance and management aspects of organizations, networks and regimesacting at international level and dealing with global challenges, including migration, security, bank crises, trade, health, environment, among others. This topic comes from the evidence of the emerging importance of international bodies in the transnational decision making arena, on the other, the growing relevance of governance and management issues, as a consequence of both an economic and a legitimacy crises.   

Marco Amici , University of Rome Tor Vergata, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 

T11_07 - Reforming Higher Education Organisations: The multidimensionality of performance, and the role of accounting and controls

Higher Education Organizations (HEOs) all over the world have been affected by profound reforms changing their internal functioning and, sometimes, also their role in society.HEOs are now asked to produce excellent research, to train employable students and also to play an active role for the social, cultural and economic development of a country, through a stronger connection with other actors of their context. This situation implies the necessity for (re)designing accounting and control systems to make them able to walk along and support such fundamental changes while having the capacity to make the interests and logics of the various stakeholders convergent.

Patrizio Monfardini , University of Cagliari - Dept. of economics and business sciecne, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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