Mapping ICPP Research Conference Papers

ICPPResearch titles in public policy and management from papers at the First International Conference on Public Policy

This page lists papers presented the First International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP) held in Grenoble, June 26-28, 2013 (http://www.icpublicpolicy.org/).

This map is intended to provide for public management scholars and practitioners an indication of recent public policy scholarship in their subject of interest. It is also an exploration of the relationship between the fields of public management and public policy (see the Leslie Pal blog entitled After Grenoble). The approach we take to assigning ICPP papers to the various public management subjects is to review the abstracts with two questions in mind: 1) Might a professor teaching an MPP or MPA course wish to assign the paper for required reading? and 2) Might a policy director in a government ministry find the paper useful? If the answer to either or both questions is yes, the paper is assigned to the appropriate public policy and management subject in the map below.

Because the scholarly field of public policy is not exactly coterminous with the field of public management as defined by the Atlas, some ICPP papers – particularly those addressing an aspect of political theory without drawing on any particular subject for case material – cannot readily be associated with one of the Atlas’s public management subjects. Such papers are assigned to one of the “non-public management subjects” found in the lower left of this page under a domain that we have called “Political Theory unrelated to Public Management Application.” Such papers may, of course, turn out to be important for future application to public policy and management but they are not currently sufficiently tied to a public management application to be considered to be within the field of public management as defined by the Atlas.

[THE MAP IS INCOMPLETE. IT HAS BEEN COMPLETED FOR ICPP PANELS 1-12 EXCEPT FOR 8, AND HAS NOT BEEN REFORMATTED FOR THE NEW ATLAS]

Tools and Skills

Strategy and Structure for Public Management

Economic Analysis for Public Management

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Quantitative Methods for Public Management

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Decision Sciences for Public Management

Leadership for Public Management

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Communication for Public Management

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Political Theory unrelated to
Public Policy and Management Application

Politics and Policy

Governance, Process and Design

Institutions and Context

Democratic Institutions and the Policy Process

Ethics and Accountability

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Social and Political Context

International and Global Context

Intergovernmental Context

Civil Society and Advocacy Groups

Management Functions

Budgeting and Financial Management

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Evaluation and Performance Measurement

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Human Resources Management

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Information Management and Technology

Service Delivery and e-Government

Regulation and Compliance

Policy Sectors

Economic Policy and Tax

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International Development

Social Policy and Welfare

Health

Education

Employment, Labour and Immigration

Indigenous Peoples Policy

Cities and Community Development

Territorial Development

Environment

Agriculture and Resources

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Science, Technology and Innovation

Industry, Trade and Investment

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Energy, Transport and Infrastructure

Defence, Security and Foreign Relations

Policing and Justice Administration

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Financial Sector and Pensions

Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified on 13 December 2015.