The European Group for Public Administration: EGPA is the Regional Group of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences, EGPA purpose is to strengthen contacts and exchanges among European specialists in Public Administration, both scholars and practitioners. EGPA organizes an annual conference and is involved in various dialogues, including the Euro Mediterranean Dialogues of Public Management, MED. EGPA encourages young PhD students to present and discuss their research. EGPA strives to preserve European public administration traditions in organizing access to a database of publications in various European languages.
L’Institut de Management Public et Gouvernance Territoriale, IMPGT – Aix Marseille Université
Established in 1996, IMPGT is the only French Unit of Research and Training, UFR, in Public Management. Dedicated to the teaching of trades and professions related to the management of the public sector, IMPGT approach is multidisciplinary (law, economics and management) extended to social sciences and applies to non-profit sector. Main fields of research are: Comparative analysis of local government management; Performance management in the public sector; Public sector marketing and management of public service quality; Arts management and cultural events. With an international outlook, IMPGT has developed a particular expertise on the Mediterranean basin.
L’Ecole Nationale d’Administration Française, ENA cEstablished in 1945, ENA aims to broaden access to the highest executive levels of government service, and to provide professional training for senior civil servants. The school’s principal responsibility is to recruit and train the men and women who will make public service a living institution and enable it to adapt to ever-changing times. At the same time, the school must pass on the ethics of government service to its graduates, based on the values of responsibility, political neutrality and selfless service. In this context, ENA maintains historical relations in North Africa and the Middle East, through the national schools of administration.
For the pertinence the Public Management priorities:
The relation between Education/Training and Employability motivated the partnership with
ETF, European Training Foundation (Partnershipt 2011)
The ETF’ mission is to help transition and developing countries to harness the potential of their human capital through the reform of education, training and labour market systems in the context of the EU’s external relations policy.
Reflexion on innovation
In 2012, the SSPA in partnership with OECD created in Caserta a Centre MENA-OECD for E-governance (Agreement July 2012)
For the geopolitical pertinence :
To extend the Euro-Mediterranean zone, to share research results, to enrich the francophone approach with Anglo-Saxon influences, to optimize the Arab cultural space and increase the networks with ARADO
Display MED Network on a larger map