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14th Trans-Atlantic Dialogue (TAD 14)


Bucharest, Romania

6-8 June 2018 /Site visit 9 June 2018

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TAD – Transatlantic Dialogue


The Transatlantic Dialogue is jointly organized by the European Group for Public Administration (EGPA/IIAS) and the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA). The 2018 Transatlantic Dialogue (TAD 14) will be held at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, from June 6-8. The theme of this year’s conference is The Disciplines and the Study of Public Administration–Transatlantic Perspectives.

2 key partners



Prof Dr Edoardo Ongaro – EGPA President

European Group for Public Administration (EGPA/IIAS) The European Group for Public Administration (EGPA) is the regional group of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS). EGPA provides a major contribution to IIAS 'mission: to develop public administration and public service at European and global level. The EGPA aims to be the European platform for public administration by bringing together academics and practitioners. EGPA contributes to the development of science and research (‘PA as Science’) in public administration through its 22 Permanent Study Groups and its specialized seminars on relevant contemporary themes. GEAP also contributes to the development of the profession ('art and craft') by providing a unique platform for exchanging best practices that support the work of public administrations and practitioners. egpa.iias-iisa.org


Prof Dr Jane Pisano – ASPA President

American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) The American Society for Public Administration is the leading interdisciplinary public service organization that advances the art, science, teaching, and practice of public and non-profit administration, promotes the value of joining and elevating the public service profession, builds bridges among all who pursue public purposes at home and internationally, provides networking and professional development opportunities to those committed to public service values, and achieves innovative solutions to the challenges of governance. www.aspanet.org

Local Organiser



The Bucharest University of Economic Studies – ASE

Local Organising Committee Chair : Prof Dr Marius Profiroiu

ASE is the Romanian higher education institution in the field of Economic Sciences and Public Administration. ASE is ranked 151-200 in Top Shanghai 2017 in the field of Economics - the best position held by Romanian universities in Shanghai Ranking`s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2017, the most prestigious university ranking in the world. ASE is the Romanian university with the best employer reputation, according to QS World University Rankings 2018 which is confirmed by ASE`s own alumni surveys, according to which 71% of graduates get a job in their specialization field or in related fields, and 81% of graduates find employment within 6 months. ASE organizes Bachelor`s, Master`s and Doctoral programs in Romanian, English, French and German. ASE undertakes the complex role of Central and South-Eastern European regional hub in education and advanced scientific research. Address: Piata Romana nr.6, Ion Angelescu building, sector 1 010374 Bucharest, Romania www.ase.ro

CHAIRS of TAD 14


EGPA Co-Chairs: Werner Jann, Calin Hintea

ASPA Co-Chairs: Gregg Van Ryzin, Greg Porumbescu

Secretariat


European Group for Public Administration/International Institute for Administrative Sciences (EGPA/IIAS)
Contact: Fabienne Maron: f.maron@iias-iisa.org
American Society for Public Administration
Contact: Bill Shields: wpshieldsjr@aspanet.org

2

days of intensive discussions

45-50

Participants

5

sub-themes

12

parallel sessions

1

plenary session

2

round-tables

Call-Of-Papers


The Disciplines and the Study of Public Administration - Transatlantic Perspectives

The 2018 Transatlantic Dialogue (TAD 14) will be held at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, from June 6-8. The theme of this year’s conference is The Disciplines and the Study of Public Administration–Transatlantic Perspectives.

TAD 14 aims to bring together a diverse group of scholars who draw on different theoretical and methodological perspectives to share their latest research and discuss challenges confronting governance and democratic society on both sides of the Atlantic. This conference aims to study in depth the contribution that the many disciplines that constitute Public Administration (PA) as an inter-disciplinary endeavor can contribute to the advancement of PA theory and practice, and to explore the commonalities as well as differences between Europe and the US in the ways in which the various disciplines are employed in the study of PA.

You can submit your full paper or your contribution via Oxford Abstract

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You can register for the TAD 14 using the following link

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Registration Fees (in Euros) :

Participants 300 €
Co-chairs 150 €
Accompanying Person 150 €
Optional: Excursion on June 9,2018 Full day including the lunch. 50 €

Participant Fee : The TAD 14 registration fee as participant gives access for one person to the welcome reception on June 6, to all the plenary sessions and parallel session planned on June 7-8, 2018, including coffee breaks and lunches and the dinner on June 8.
Co-chairs Fee : The TAD 14 registration fee as co-chair is reserved to the TAD 14 co-chairs and gives access to the welcome reception on June 6, to all the plenary sessions and parallel session planned on June 7-8, 2018, including coffee breaks and lunches and the dinner on June 8.
Accompanying Person Fee : The TAD 14 registration fee as accompanying person gives access to the welcome reception on June 6 and the dinner on June 8. No access to the scientific sessions. Please note that the accompanying person will register separately.
Excursion : On June 9, 2018 – There will be a visit to Prahova Valley and Wine Tasting.

PROGRAMME


Provisional Programme

CONTACTS


Contact us for more information.

Scientific Programme

Dr Fabienne Maron
IIAS Scientific Director
Directeur scientifique, IISA
E-mail : f.maron@iias-iisa.org

Practical information

Ms Nilufar Lebasi
IIAS Operational Support Officer
Responsable du soutien opérationnel, IISA
E-mail : n.lebasi@iias-iisa.org

PRACTICAL INFORMATION


TAD 14 Venue

The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Piata Romana nr.6, Ion Angelescu building, sector 1. 010374 Bucharest, Romania
Website : www.ase.ro

Map and Contact

international.ase.ro

The City of Bucharest

Bucharest – A friendly European Capital:

www.ase.ro

A nice video about Bucharest

Video

About Romania

Romania – A Country to explore

www.ase.ro

Visa information

Before coming to Romania, check with your local authorities whether visas are required or not.

ACCOMODATION/HOTELS

Suggested Accommodation


Conference participants are responsible for securing their hotel accommodations. Please note that booking is recommended well in advance.




5-7 Calea Dorobanți, București 010551
Tel./Fax: +40-021 201 5000
E-mail: reservations@sheratonbucharest.com
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63-81 Calea Victoriei, București 010065
Tel./ Fax: +40-021 311 9000
E-mail: info.bucharest@radissonblu.com
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50B Calea Dorobanți, București 010574
Tel./ Fax: +40-021 319 4444
E-mail: office@marshalgarden.ro
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35 Strada Căderea Bastiliei, București 010613
Tel./ Fax: +40-021 311 8196
E-mail: rezervari@hotelunique.ro
http://www.hotelunique.ro/
8-10 B-dul Magheru, sector 1, Bucuresti
Tel./ Fax: 40 21 315 90 80
E-mail: hotel@ambasador.ro
www.ambasador.ro
129 Calea Victoriei & 2-4 Mihail Moxa Street, București, 010962
Tel./ Fax: +40-021 650 5555
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166 Calea Victoriei, București 010096
Tel./ Fax: +40-021 212 5558
E-mail: reservation@goldentulipbucharest.com
www.goldentulipbucharest.com
15-17, 17A George Enescu, București 010302
Tel./ Fax: (+40)37/2426000
E-mail: h9680@accor.com
www.accorhotels.ro
33 Bulevardul Dacia, București 010403
Tel./ Fax: +40-021 317 4186
E-mail: office@hotelduke.ro
www.hotelduke.ro