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IPSERA Workshop: Strategic procurement in the Public Domain

  • 26 May 2021
  • 15:00 - 17:00
  • via Zoom

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Strategic procurement in the Public Domain Workshop

Wednesday May 26th 15.00-17.00 (CET) | 9.00am-11.00am (EST)

Publishing Public procurement research in public administration journals – opportunities and challenges

We will bring together editors of Public Administration (PA) journals, and researchers who have examined the role of procurement studies in PA journals and draw on (successful and not-yet-successful) experiences of targeting PA journals. During the panel session in the second hour, we will identify and debate the publishing opportunities and challenges for SP-PD researchers.

Agenda

Welcoming Address (3 pm CET)  

  • Dr. Carmela Di Mauro

Presentation: A review of Public Administration research: Where does public procurement fit in? (3:10 pm CET)

  • Dr. Evelyn Trammell, Dr. Sawsan Abutabenje and Dr. Ana-Maria Dimand

Meet the journals and Editors (3:25 pm CET)

§  Journal of Public Administration: Research and Theory – Dr. Anders Ryon Villadsen, Associate Editor

§  Public Administration Review – Dr. Jeremy Hall, Editor in Chief

§  Public Management Review – Dr. Stephen Osborne, Editor in Chief

Presentation: Do public procurement and public administration research meet each other? – reflections on citing, topics, terminology and experiences in publishing public procurement in PA journals (3:55 pm CET)

  • Dr. Katri Kauppi

Panel discussion: Making public procurement and public administration research meet (4:10 pm CET)

  • Panel discussion with editors on how public procurement authors can make their research more approachable for public administration journals

Next steps for the SIG and closing remarks (4:50 pm CET)

  • Dr. Louise Knight
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