Conference Program


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    09:00-11:30    

 PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

 CHAIR

 Prof. Zhiyong "Jerry" LAN, Chair of IIAS Study Group VIII ; Professor, Tsinghua University, Pekin, China

  PART ONE: Barriers in achieving sustainable development through effective and impactful PPPs

 Keynote by Prof. Raymond SANER, Professor at the University of Basel, Switzerland and Director of Diplomatic Dialogue, CSEND, Geneva, Switzerland

 Panelists:

 Prof. Ukertor Gabriel MOTI, University of Abuja, Nigeria and previous Head of China-Africa Division Forum

 Mr. Tahar BAYAHI, President of the Tunisian-Chinese Friendship Society and the Tunisian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce-

 Prof. XIAOYUN Feng, Vice President, Southwest Jiaotong University-China

 Dr. Sofiane SAHRAOUI, Director General, International Institute of Administrative Sciences (Discussant)

  PART TWO:
  Promoting inclusive development through high performing national institutions

 Keynote by Mr. Montacer HASSANI, Director General of Administrative Development,  of Information Systems and Intelligent Transport, Ministry of Transport, Tunisia

 Panelists:

 Prof. YI Wang, Institute of Politics and Public Administration, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences-China

 Dr. John-Mary KAUZYA, Department of Management of Public Administration and Development, United Nations-New York, USA

 Prof. Pregala PILLAY, Head of the Center for the Study of Corruption, Stellenbosh University, South Africa

 Dr. NIN Yu, Senior Research Fellow, China Society for Research on Administrative Reform, China

 Discussion by Prof. Zhiyong "Jerry" LAN, President of IIAS Study Group VIII and Professor, Tsinghua University, Pekin, China


11:30-13:30

SESSION

 Best Practices in the
 Kingdom of Bahrain

CHAIRS

 Mohammed AL SABBA, Senior Manager of development and innovative learning, Bahrain Institute of Public Administration & Ebrahim Al Tamimi, Court of the Prime Minister, Kingdom of Bahrain

PANELISTS

 Aref Al MANSOURI, Ministry of Transport

 Mayas AL AQHA, Ports and Maritime Affairs

 Dr. Mohamed BIN DAINA, Supreme Council for the Environment

 Dr. Hasan HADAD, Supreme Council for the Environment

 Ali NAEMA, Electricity and Water Authority

 Ali AL ARADI, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 Dr. Mohamed AMIN, BIPA

 

 

 


12:00-13:00

 CONNECTING THE DOTS BY RAIL:

 A BRIEFING SESSION BY THE LEADING RESEARCH

 UNIVERSITY SWJU
 ON THEIR RESEARCH PARTNER INITIATIVE

 This briefing session will be held right after the Pre-Congress Africa-Asia Seminar on Research, Knowledge Management and Institutional Learning for PPP Collaboration for Infrastructure Building in Africa.

 The aim of this briefing session are two fold:

  To share information regarding the research partnership initiative of Southwest Jiaotong University (Chengdu) in the area of PPP collaboration for transcontinental railway linkages in Africa.

  To identify potential research partners in promoting good governance and practices in sustainable railway investment

 It is jointly organized by:

  The Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, and its Vice President, XIAOYUN Feng

  The Centre for Socio-Eco-Nomic Development, Geneva, and its President, Lichia SANER-YIU

 

11:00-12:30

SESSION

Strive, Adapt, Maintain:

Administrative Resilience

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

CHAIR

Steve TROUPIN, IIAS

PRESENTATIONS

 Resilience and the Rule of Law,
Stavros ZOURIDIS, Universiteit Tilburg, Tilburg, Netherlands

 Resilience as an Obstacle and a Strategy: Some Cases from the History of Public Administration,
Stefan FISCH, Speyer University, Speyer, Germany

 Rôle de la gouvernance inclusive dans le renforcement de la résilience,
Adam OSTRY, OECD Public Governance directorate. Paris, France

 Public Service Resilience and Humanness: Delivering Services During Hard Times,
John-Mary KAUZYA United Nations Division for Public Institutions and Digital Governance, New York, USA

 The Resilience of the Tunisian Post-Revolution Administration and Future Challenges,
H.E. Hedi MEKNI, Secretary General of the Tunisian Government, Tunisia

 


SESSION & TIME

Capacity-Building (1)

14:00-15:30

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

CHAIR

Bianor SCELZA CAVALCANTI, FGV, BRAZIL

PAPERS

Building Resilience Capacities in the Brazilian

Context

 

A Public Management Model for All Seasons ?

Barriers and Facilitators of Policy Learning for Administrative Capacity in the Western Balkans

The Role of Human Discretion and Value Systems in Guaranteeing Quality and Efficiency of Public Service

AUTHORS

 Marizaura Camoes,

 Natália Koga

 Rafael Viana

 Ciro Fernandes

 Ana Silva

 Fernanda Machiavelli

Tony Casey

Artan Karini

Jayakumar Karuppusamy

 



SESSION & TIME

Urban Disaster Management (1)

14:00-15:30

ROOM

Carthage

CHAIR

Amitava BASU, INDIA

PAPERS

Study of city emergency management and solution methods— case of Shenzhen, China

Risks, Crises, and Disaster Management: The Case of Lesotho

Urban Disaster Management System of the Chinese Megalopolis:Characteristics and Development Trends

AUTHORS

Song Lamei, Wu Xiaoqi

Moliehi Motseki-Mokhothu

Shu Zhao

 



SESSION & TIME

Public-Private Partnerships (1)

14:00-15:30

ROOM

Sidi Bou Said

CHAIR

Sara VALAGUZZA & Luca SOMMARIVA, ITALY

PAPERS

Impact Analysis as a Pillar of Regulation and Contracting

PPP and the customer co-creation behavior: Time to

conciliation

The Evaluation of PPP Projects: Is it only a Matter of Value

for Money?

Strengthening Leadership Roles for a more Sustainable Public-Private Partnership in Higher Education in Ghana

AUTHORS

Bahar Bayazit

 Safa Medimagh

 Abdelfattah Triki

Eduardo Parisi

Elizabeth Addy

 



SESSION & TIME

Japan’s Quest for a Need Model

14:00-15:30

ROOM

Djerba

CHAIR

Koichiro AGATA, WASEDA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

PAPERS

Rearranging Local Governance in Japan: Building Financial Resilience

Resilience of Tradition or Source of Administrative Resilience? Public Service Motivation of Japanese Public Employee in Changing Times

Sustainable Rural Landscapes and Community Resilience: A Lesson from Japan

AUTHORS

Yu Noda

Masao Kikuchi

Osamu Koike

 



SESSION & TIME

Inclusive Governance:

Contemporary China

14:00-15:30

ROOM

Sousse

CHAIR

Scott BRENTON, UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

PAPERS

Nested Governance in the Capital City Context: A Case Study of the Sub-Center Project of Beijing, China

Co-Construction and Sharing Multi–subject Governance

The transformation of Chinese foreign Community Governance: from technical governance to inclusive governance

Inclusive Governance, Chinese Style?

 

Urban community Governance from the Theory of Inclusion and Democracy

AUTHORS

Teng Zhang, Michiel de Vries

Gao Zhihua

Li Zhou

Hongchuan Wang

Liwei Zhang, Xiu Yang, Chenhui Xiao

 



SESSION & TIME

Green Governanance and
Environmental Resilience

14:00-15:30

ROOM

Tahar Chriaa (French to English Interpretation)

CHAIR

Adel Ben Youssef & George Labaki

PAPERS

Governance of Renewable Energies: The Case of Tunisia

Sustainable budgets: concrete elements for the resilience of public management of sustainable development

Will Campaign-style Governance Enhance Public Satisfaction? Evidence from China's Central Scrutinized Green Governance Systems

Climate Change Adaptations in the Indian Himalayan States

AUTHORS

Adel BEN YOUSSEF

Abderrahmen OUSTANI

Hongchuan Wang

Jayakumar Karuppusamy

 



SESSION

& TIME

Governance in the MENA Region (1)

14:00-15:30

ROOM

Sophi Golli (Arabic to English Interpretation)

CHAIR

Tahar OUEDERNI & Fabienne MARON

PAPERS

Public Administration Reform and Gender Parity in the Civil Service in the Arab Region

Administrative creativity and its Impact on the achievement of competitiveness in public-service Institutions – Palestine – from the point of view of civil servants

The impact of job description cards in the Palestinian civil service sector on the transparency of appointments

The role of general political networks in Designing and Implementing policies against corruption

AUTHORS

Abla Amawi

Mohanad Abu Shama

Hani Zaid, Ahmad Kababji

khayria Yahia

 

 



SESSION & TIME

United Nations Sustainable
Development Goals Panel

14:00-15:30

ROOM

Tabarka

CHAIR

Zhiyong "Jerry" LAN

PRESENTATIONS

Elaborating Principles of Effective Governance for Sustainable Development

New Public Administration Mindset and Competences for Implementing the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals Agenda

The African Association for Public Administration and Management and the Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations Public Service Awards programme

AUTHORS

Geert Bouckaert

John-Mary Kauzya

George Scott

Najat Zarrouk

 


 

SESSION & TIME

Population Ageing

14h00-17h00

ROOM

Kairouan

CHAIR

Raymond SANER, Lichia SANER-LIU & Yifan YANG

PAPERS

Governing Aging Friendly Cities and Needed Institutional Innovation – Need for Governance Infrastructure and Institutional Learning

Features,Variations and Enlightenments in older people’s productive ageing policies and activities across different European social welfare regimes

Advantages and Hindrances for older persons who consider moving to new homes in older age

 

The Institutional Construction and Change of China’s “Productive Ageing”: Crisis and Countermeasures

How to Create Value through Performance Management in Retired Faculty Management: A Sample Study of an Old Public Chinese University

Family Ties and the Inheritance of Values: Productive Aging in China-Taking “W City” in central China as an example

AUTHORS

Lichia Saner-Yiu

Liwei Liu

Raymond Saner

Ming Li

Yifan Yang, Tianfeng Zhang, Ayong Xi, Lichia Saner-Yiu

Chen Huang



SESSION & TIME

Financial Resilience

14:00-17:00

ROOM

Bizerte

CHAIR

 

Céline DUBOYS & Sanja KORAC

 

PAPERS

Financial Resilience of Hybrid Organizations: The Case of OECD Central Banks

The Benefits and Risks of Resilience of Taxation in International Dimensions

Egypt’s Currency Devaluation & Impact on the Most Vulnerable

The Interplay of Capacities and context - Local Government Resilience in Germany and Italy Compared

French Shrinking Cities: A Diversity of Financial Situations and Resilience Patterns

Determinants of Resilience in Public Organizations: Case Study Analysis

What are the Alternatives for Asymmetric Shocks in the Euro Zone: the Case of the Greek Crisis?

AUTHORS

Sandro Fuchs, Pascal Horni

Ildikó Szabó

Laila El Baradei

Carmela Barbera, Sanja Korac, Ileana Steccolini

Céline Du Boys

Enrico Bracci, Mouhcine Tallaki

Sofien Ben Hassen

SESSION & TIME

Capacity-Building (2)
15:30-17:00

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

CHAIR

Bianor SCELZA CAVALCANTI

PAPERS

The Validation of a Model for Assessing Performance of Public Sector Organizations (PSOs) in East Africa: A Rapid Assessment of Tanzania Public Service College

Governance of training in the civil service sector (General Personnel Council – State of Palestine)

Competency Development of Trainers through Professional Partnership: An Action Research Study for Professional Development

 

Assessing Managerial Competencies in Public Administration: Theoretical Models and Empirical Evidence from Italy

AUTHORS

Ramadhani Marijani

Handi Ja'bari

Muhammad Fadillah, Muhammad Idris

Stefano Battini, Maurizio Decastri, Gianluigi Mangia, Filomena Buonocore, Sabrina Bandera



SESSION & TIME

Public-Private Partnerships (2)

15:30-17:00

ROOM

Sidi Bou Said

CHAIR

Luca SOMMARIVA & Sara VALAGUZZA

PAPERS

Accountability and responsibility in interactive governance of urban transformation: Towards a conceptual framework for critical assessment

The Trend of Public-Private Partnership in Japan

China's Achievements and Future Development of PPP

 

AUTHORS

Marjolein van Griethuysen, Kyoko Ohta, Jurian Edelenbos, Hideaki Shiroyama

Yasuyuki Watanabe

Feng Qiobin



SESSION & TIME

Inclusive Governance:
Finance and Deliberation

15:30-17:00

ROOM

Sousse

CHAIR

Scott BRENTON

PAPERS

Gender responsive budgeting: the Australian and New Zealand cases

Local power for development: which rules of budget allocations?

Territorial administrations, sustainability, disability

 

AUTHORS

Jennifer Curtin, Scott Brenton

Mouez SOUSSI

Marina Caporale, Juana Moreno



SESSION & TIME

Urban Disaster Management (2)

15:30-17:00

ROOM

Carthage

CHAIR

Amitava BASU

PAPERS

Research on how to avoid and Reduce damage of

natural disasters

Disaster Management as a Complex Adaptive System – Building Resilience with New Systemic Tools of Analysis

Decay, neglect, resilience: "Work in progress" in Gravina in Puglia (South of Italy)

 

Reviewing Iran's Crisis Management System and Presenting Improvement Strategies

AUTHORS

Yan Zheng

Petri Uusikyla, Ida Uusikylä

Lucia Capiello, Luigi Stanzione

Alireza Shahpari, Parisa Maki, Ashraf Ardestani, Marzie Zabihi



SESSION & TIME

African Governance:
Introduction and Opening

15:30-17:00

ROOM

Djerba

CHAIR

Steve TROUPIN & Ukertor Gabriel MOTI

PAPERS

Welcome Address

Welcome Address

Introduction

Neo-Patrimonialism as a Functtional Threat to Good Governance and Development in Africa

Effects of Corruption on Managers’ Communication and Networking Behaviours: Study of Nigeria and Ghanaian Public Managers

AUTHORS

John-Mary Kauzya

George Scott

Steve Troupin

UKERTOR MOTI

Ethelbert Nwokorie



SESSION & TIME

Panel de l’OCDE:
La gouvernance inclusive dans le renforcement de la résilience

15:30-17:00

ROOM

Tabarka

CHAIR

Adam Ostry

PANELISTS

Bernard ZAHRA

Ancien Sous-Préfet et Consultant

France

Neila CHAABANE

Doyenne de la Faculté des Sciences juridiques, politiques et sociales de Carthage

Tunisie

Amira TLILI

Analyste de politiques publiques et coordinatrice de projets, OECD

France



SESSION & TIME

Resilience vs. Rigidity:
Tunisian Governance

15:30-17h00

ROOM

Tahar Chriaa (French to English Interpretation)

CHAIR

Adel BEN YOUSSEF & Sofiane SAHRAOUI

PAPERS


La gouvernance des accords internationaux de l’Union européenne: Le cas de l’accord d’association entre la Tunisie et l’Union européenne


La Tunisie entre les contraintes de la résilience et les impératifs du développement durable

Cadre institutinonel des marches publics et bonne gouvernance

La demarche qualité pour le processus d’achat public en Tunisie


Administrative Resilience: Case of "The City of Culture"

AUTHORS

François Lafarge, Elyes Chabanne

Fadhel Moussa

Souhir Fourati

Adel Ghozzi, Oualid Zaramdini

Chiras Laatiri

09:00-10:00

SESSION

Braibant Lecture: Susan GOODEN

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

KEYNOTE

Nervousness in Governance:

A Focus on Social Equity

CHAIR

Masahiro HORIE

10:00-11:00

SESSION

Keynote address: Wenping HUANG

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

PAPER

Modernization of Chinese Government:

Governance for a New Era

CHAIR

Geert BOUCKAERT

SESSION & TIME

Science, Law and Risk (1)

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

CHAIR

Loredana NADA, Elvira GIANNI & Aristide POLICE

PAPERS

Law and policy on promoting scientific and technological innovation: Assessing Opportunities and Risks

Zhai zhou

System resilience and economic crises

How can we prevent Policy Failures? A framework for controlling risks and detecting warning signs

 

Fight Against Corruption: Build A Resilient System

AUTHORS

Zhai zhou

Maria Alessandra Sandulli

Mostafa Hamed

Francesco Rota



SESSION & TIME

Open Track: Local Governance

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Carthage

CHAIR

Fabienne MARON

PAPERS

Core competency Model of Managers of Government Executive Agencies

Le climat organisationnel des communes en Algérie

Access to Drinking Water in Sub-Sharan Africa: Does the Developmental State Doctrine Matter?

Vers la fin de la clause générale de compétence des collectivités régionales?

AUTHORS

Seyyed Sadreddin Sadri Noushabadi, Emran Ramezani Ardi

Amine Ferroukhi

Bacha Debela, Geert Bouckaert, Steve Troupin

István Balázs



SESSION & TIME

Public-Private Partnerships (3)

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Sidi Bou Said

CHAIR

Sara VALAGUZZA & Luca SOMAMRIVA

PAPERS

The PPP's endowment to improve the experience quality in the public service: Process and consequences

Application of PPP in Science and Technology Resources Sharing Service

Road infrastructure PPP in Germany: Why did the ‘F model’ and the ‘A model’ fail?

 

Private intervention in the provision of essential services: an opportunity or a risk for developing countries? A Peruvian case study

AUTHORS

Safa Medimagh, Abdelfattah Triki

Xiao Liang, Haihe Hini

Andreas Knorr, Alexander Eisenkopf

Filippo Ghersini



SESSION & TIME

African Governance: Ghana

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Djerba

CHAIR

Steve TROUPIN & Ukertor Gabriel MOTI

PAPERS

Health Insurance Scheme and Sustainable development? Ghana’s readiness towards Agenda 2030

Political Parties and Democratic Governance: Evidence from Ghana

Gender and Juvenile Justice System in Ghana

 

Bottom-Up Performance Improvement: Mixed-Method Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial in Ghana

AUTHORS

Nancy Adjadogo

 

Kingsley Agomor, Samuel Adams

Eric Yobo, Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo

Martin Williams, Liah Ycalo-Tecle



SESSION & TIME

Quality, Integrity and Resilience:
Quality and Integrity of Governance in an International Context

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Hammamet

CHAIR

Leo HUBERTS

PAPERS

Network Governance Performance Evaluation ofPublic Project Safety

Quality of Governance: Values and Violations

Model of Institutional Excellence in Palestine

Skills of Emotional Intelligence for Employees of the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics

Quality in the Public Profession: Exploring Public Craftsmanship Values and Convergence among Public Administrators

AUTHORS

Yi Li

Esther Paanakker, Adam Masters & Leo Huberts

Nabeela Hammad

Falasteen Malak, Ihab Qubaj

Hester Paanakker, Leo Huberts



SESSION & TIME

Islamic Finance:
Main Trends and Future Trends in
Islamic and Social Finance

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Kairouan

CHAIR

Marco MENEGUZZO & Antonio SALVI

PAPERS

Crowdfunding and Fintech: business model sharia compliant

Does it pay to be Shariah Compliant?

Real Estate, Usufruct Right and the Issue of the Waqf Assets in Egypt

 

AUTHORS

Silvana Secinaro, Paolo Pietro Biancone, Mohamad Kamal

Antonio Salv, Marianna Zito, Allesandra Caragnano

Eugenio Santostasi



SESSION & TIME

Inclusive Governance: Nature of Governance

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Sousse

CHAIR

Scott BRENTON

PAPERS

Social Accountability for Inclusive Governance

Introduction To Gwanghwamoon 1st Street - An Innovative Civic Engagement Initiative Of Korean Government

Changing role of citizens in participative governance - from a passive service recipient to a service designer

 

Sovereignty and Democracy in Nigeria.

AUTHORS

Moufida Oueslati Guirmani

Sungyeol Shin

Hyun Joon Kim, Heungsuk Choi

Kayode Asaju



SESSION & TIME

Community Governance

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Bizerte

CHAIR

XINGAN Yu

PAPERS

Making a competitive selection and a compromise: Policy-making mechanism of public service delivery in China

The Research on the Construction of Corruption Governance System in China

The Construction of Relationship between Local Governments and Residents in the era of Internet: A Case Study on B District

 

AUTHORS

Fang Lv

Yajing Liu

Jialiang Xu, Shiha Du



SESSION & TIME

Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (1)

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Tahar Chriaa (French to English Interpretation)

CHAIR

Najat ZARROUK & Anna SIMONATI

PAPERS

Rôle de la société civile dans la réalisation d’un développement local durable

Les collectivités locales en Tunisie après la révolution face aux défis de la résilience

L’impact de la Charte africaine de la décentralisation sur la localisation de la paix, de la justice et des institutions efficaces

Le programme national de formation aux métiers de la ville (PNFMV): Outil de localization des ODD au Cameroun

Regards croisés des modes d’appropriation citoyenne du budget participatif au Cameroun

L’impact de la bonne gouvernance au Sénégal sur l’atteinte des ODD

Comment les municipalités tunisiennes peuvent agir pour mettre en œuvre les ODD?

AUTHORS

Hager

Sherif

Kamel Louhichi

Ladislas NZE BEKALE

Leonard Bomba

Josiane Tousse-Djou

Modou Faye

Hanene Elghali



SESSION & TIME

Capacity-Building (3)

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Sophi Golli (Arabic to English Interpretation)

CHAIR

Bianor SCELZA CAVALCANTI

PAPERS

The Importance of Competencies in Enhancing Decision-making Process of Top Level Managers in Civil Service in Palestine

The Role of Training Programs in Raising Employees Performance in the Public Sector - Palestine

The Administrative Empowerment Impact on Enhancing the Creative Capabilities of its Servants: Case Study of the General Personnel Council (GPC)

The Role of the Program of Leaders’ Participation in Administrative Capacity-Building: Case Study of the National Management School of Palestine

AUTHORS

Hamza Salah Eldin

Ala'a Hammad

Ahmad Kelani, Ahmad Abubaker, Hasan abu Alaelih

Nisreen Saleh



SESSION & TIME

Migrations and Refugees:
Follow-up of the 2017 IIAS Congress

11:30-13:00

ROOM

Tabarka

CHAIR

Raymond SANER

PAPERS

Multi-Level Management of the Refugee Crisis in Germany

Migration Policy of the Republic of Tunisia

The Recent Institutional Reform of the Migration Policy in Turkey

The refugee crisis and the administrative resilience in the German local government

Harmonization of the management of the external borders of the European Union

The Special Question of Urban Refugees in Uganda: How Appropriately Has the Kampala City Authority Model Worked?

 

AUTHORS

Sabine Kuhlmann

Fehd Timech

Uğur Tekiner

Jochen Franzke

François Lafarge

Sylvester Kugonza

SESSION & TIME

Research and Innovation

14:00-15:45

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

CHAIR

Fabienne MARON, IIAS

PRESENTATIONS

 National Strategy for Research and Innovation; Khalil AMIRI, MINiSTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION & SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, TUNISIA

 EU Research and Innovation Strategy: H2020 Programmes and Beyond;
Allan CROSS, EUROPEAN COMMISSION

 Higher Education and Global Talent Management: The Singapore Experience in a Comparative Perspective;
Liu HONG, NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, SINGAPORE

 Role of Science and Technology in the South Korean Development;
Deok YIM, STEP, SOUTH KOREA



SESSION & TIME

Science, Law & Risk (2)

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

CHAIR

Loredana Nada Elvira GIANI & Aristide POLICE

PAPERS

The "Reflexive" Public Administration

From the emergency culture to the risk culture: ideas for a model of social work in risk situations

Practices of active citizenship and protection of the territory

Emerging Issues in Disaster Law: A Comparison Among Italy, Spain and European Law

AUTHORS

Antonio Barone

Annarita Iacopino

Gabriella De Giorgi Cezzi, Francesco Tuccari, Barbara Accettura, Francesca D'Agostino, Marco Brocca

Fabrizio Fracchia, Miriam Allena, Pasquale Pantalone



SESSION & TIME

Research and Innovation

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Carthage

CHAIR

Khalil Amiri

PAPERS

Public Participation-an Effective Approach for New Public Management

Comparison between South Korea and Tunisia SRI policies: state of the art and recommendations

Towards Collaborative Governance for the Revitalization of the Public Action Implementation of a European Program of Research and Innovation

AUTHORS

Qian LI

Raouf Medimagh, Hakim Gabtni, Fakher Jammoussi

Olfa Zeribi Benslimane



SESSION & TIME

Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (2)

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Sidi Bou Said

CHAIR

Najat ZARROUK & Anna SIMONATI

PAPERS

Urbanization, energy intensity, and sustainable environmental quality; accounting for administrative capacity

What are the capacities of the city and urban spaces to promote co-existence and produce transversal citizenship?

Public governance, relational and intellectual capital. An African multi-country comparison between Angola, Benin and Tunisia

Inter-agency Collaboration Issues in Sustainable Development: From IWRM in Ghana

AUTHORS

Samuel Adams

Giovanna Iacovone

Pierluigi Catalfo, Ghazi Gherairi, Etienne Kodagbe, Marco Meneguzzo

Kingsley Osei



SESSION & TIME

African Governance: Nigeria

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Djerba

CHAIR

Steve TROUPIN & Ukertor Gabriel MOTI

PAPERS

Managing the Internal Displaced People in Africa: The Case of North East in Nigeria

Traditional Administration and its impact on Democratic Governance in Africa: The Nigerian Experience

Development and Accountability of Nigeria's Anti-Corruption Initiatives.

Elite Collusion and African Governance System: A Critique of Democracy and Development in Nigeria

Democracy in an African State: Illusion of develpment in Nigeria

AUTHORS

Godwin Onu, Arinze Ngwube, Judithmary Iloh

Hassan Umar

Chioma Nwogu, Adrian Velazquez Vazquez

Abdulhamid Ozohu-Suleiman

Ozioma Orluwene



SESSION & TIME

Quality, Integrity and Resilience: What Helps? Which Instruments, Policies, Systems Contribute?

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Hammamet

CHAIR

Jeanne de Bruijn

PAPERS

The “Dual Top-level” Mechanism in the Process of China’s Policy

Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement:
What have been done and what should have done?

Code of Conducts in Palestine

AUTHORS

Long yang

Sjamsiar Adiwidjana

Rola Nazzal



SESSION & TIME

Islamic Finance: Islamic Bank vs. Conventional Bank

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Kairouan

CHAIR

Luigi Corvo & Maha Radwan

PAPERS

Islamic Finance and Cryptocurrencies: a Cross-National Analysis

 

Fundamentals of Integrated Commercial and Social Finance in Islamic Perspective

The Credit Supply Channel of Monetary Policy:
An Empirical Investigation of Islamic versus Conventional Banks in Pakistan

Development and perspectives of ethical finance in Iran: health, education and environment in Iranian legislation and society at the challenge of sustainability and modernity

AUTHORS

Rocco Frondizi, Nathalie Colasanti

Hafas Furqani, Ratna Mulyany

Syed Shah, Abdul Rashid

Massimo Papa, Francesco Petrucciano, Mazdak Faiznia



SESSION & TIME

Community Governance

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Bizerte

CHAIR

Xingan Yu

PAPERS

Government-Community Collaboration in Public Service Delivery in Singapore: Managing sharing bikes in Singapore as a case study

How to Improve Governance Resilience through Elderly Association:Observation on Predicament of Unit Management of Retirees in China's SOEs

Inclusive or the Other? The Dynamics of Administrative Hierarchical Reform for Urban and Regional Development in China’s Urbanization

AUTHORS

Wenxuan Yu

Yifan Wang, Qingyun Fang

Tao Sun



SESSION & TIME

Corruption: Fighting Corruption, Experiences from Different Sectors

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Tahar Chriaa (French-English Translation)

CHAIR

Jean-Patrick Villeneuve & Marlen Heide

PAPERS

Fighting Corruption in Public Procurement in Ghana: Assessing the Prospects and Challenges of Post-2003 Public Procurement Strategies.

Corruption in the Public Health Sector: A Comparative Perspective of South Africa and Brazil

Marchés publics, bonne gouvernance et lutte contre la corruption: Une demarche vers la résilience administrative

AUTHORS

William Asante, Kwaku Antwi

Evangelos Mantzaris, Pregala P

Asma Ghachem



SESSION & TIME

Inclusive Governance:
Programmes and Systems

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Sousse

CHAIR

Scott Brenton

PAPERS

The Adoption of the Framework for Monitoring and Evaluation of the Expanded Public Works Programmes in South Africa

A Smart Government Maturity Model

Citizen participation of young people from disadvantaged neighborhoods: towards inclusive governance? The case of two districts of Greater Tunis

AUTHORS

Noluthando Matsiliza

Mohammad Zeynoddini, Ahmad Armaki, Mohammed Hesari

Solange Hernandez, Camélia Hamlaoui



SESSION & TIME

Relations avec le citoyen (1)

16:00-17:30

ROOM

Sophi Golli (Arabic to English Interpretation)

CHAIR

Insaf GARGOURI

PAPERS

“Government Services via Internet Plus”:Practical Innovation and Public Participation in China

The Public Participation in the Innovation of Social Governance in Big Data Era

AUTHORS

Yun Zhai

Xi Chen

SESSION & TIME

Science, Law & Risk (3)

09:00-10:30

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

CHAIR

Loredana Nada Elvira GIANI & Aristide POLICE

PAPERS

Science, planning and management of emergencies in land protection

Administrative resilience, urban regeneration, long-term recovery and adaptability between ordinariness and emergency: a benchmarking between Kobe and L’Aquila earthquakes

Cultural Heritage and Resilience in Public Policies

The increase of tourist flows and resilience: Basilicata region as a study case

AUTHORS

Ruggiero Dipace

Vinicio Brigante

Giovanna Iacovone

Teresa Maria Sgaramella, Pierpaolo Floriano Gruosso



SESSION & TIME

Governance in the MENA Region (2)

09:00-10:30

ROOM

Carthage

CHAIR

Fabienne MARON & Jose Manuel Galvin ARRIBAS

PAPERS

Arab Administrative Elites Survey

Is there a mainstream Public Administration Research in the Arab World? In Search for Thematic and Methodological Approaches

The Transnationalization of Domestic Public Administration: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead

 

Implementing European Youth Cooperation Schemes in the Arab-Mediterranean Countries

Potential and Limitations of Resilience Thinking in Solving Gender-Based Problems During the Times of Crisis: The Case of Turkey

AUTHORS

Rahel Schomaker, Michael Bauer

Mohamed Abdel-Moneim

Michael Bauer, Jörn Ege, Rahel Schömaker

Asuman Goksel

Feyza Kalav-İdrisoğlu



SESSION & TIME

Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (3)

09:00-10:30

ROOM

Sidi Bou Said

CHAIR

Najat ZARROUK & Anna SIMONATI

PAPERS

Legal immigration and local reselience in Italy: the case of the integration councils

An Asymmetrical Decentralization Reform Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals

Territorial Reforms in Germany and Europe: Effects on Administrative Performance and Democratic Participation

 

Drivers and Outcomes of Inter-Municipal Cooperation in Highly Fragmented Environment: The Case of Slovakia

AUTHORS

Marco Calabrò

Evrim Tan

Falk Erbinger, Sabine Kuhlmann, Jörg Bogumil

Daniel Klimovsky



SESSION & TIME

African Governance,
Gouvernance africaine

09:00-10:30

ROOM

Djerba

CHAIR

Steve TROUPIN & Ukertor Gabriel MOTI

PAPERS

Entreprise publique, gouvernance, conseil d’administration, performance

Les défaillances systémiques de l’économie algérienne

Legal Aspects of Governance: Negotiations and effective enforcement of laws as tools for good governance: The Case Study of the Natural Resources Sector in Tanzania

La gestion intégrée des espaces frontaliers comme facteur de résilience administrative

AUTHORS

Aziz EL IDRISSI, Hicham EL YOUSFI

Farid Khelatou

Zakayo Lukumay

Faïssou AMADOU



SESSION & TIME

Diversity and Inequality

09:00-10:30

ROOM

Hammamet

CHAIR

Ana Amélia da Silva

PAPERS

Forms of women segregation in Palestinian labor markets, focus on vertical segregation

Diversité, Inégalité et Gouvernance des Territoires en Algérie: situation et perspectives?

Diversity and Inequality as Challenges to Contemporary Public Leadership in Rwanda

 

AUTHORS

Qais Khalil

Nadji Khaoua

Dominique Uwizeyimana



SESSION & TIME

Islamic Finance: Common Goods, Social Enterprises and ISO

09:00-10:30

ROOM

Kairouan

CHAIR

Marco Meneguzzo & Massimo Papa

PAPERS

Making sense of common goods: a theoretical framework

Readiness of Third sectors Organizations (TSOs) Towards Social Finance: Evidence from the Italian Context

Social Finance and Financing Social Enterprises: Is Islamic Finance Relevant?

 

AUTHORS

Nathalie Colasanti, Rocco Frondizi, Gloria Fiorani

Lavinia Pastore, Luigi Corvo

Paolo Biancone, Maha Radwan



SESSION & TIME

Corruption:
Measuring the Experience and Risk of Administrative Corruption

09:00-10:30

ROOM

Sousse

CHAIR

Jean-Patrick VILLENEUVE & Marlen HEIDE

PAPERS

Administrative corruption, myth or reality? Confronting subjective and objective data

Measuring administrative corruption? A statistical challenge

Corruption Risks in Public Administration in Hungary

Administrative corruption between measures and legislation and realities: the case of corruption in public procurement

AUTHORS

Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Victoria Dykes

Adrian Franco Barrios

Gusztáv Báger

Hanene Elghali



SESSION & TIME

Relations avec le citoyen (2)

09:00-10:30

ROOM

Tahar Chriaa (French to English Interpretation)

CHAIR

Insaf GARGOURI

PAPERS

L’hétérogénéité des pratiques de transparence: comment la diversité institutionnelle influence-t-elle le développeemnt de l’ouverture administrative dans les communes suisses?

Alternative methods of dispute resolution and the construction of a new relationship with the administration

Open government: a new model of governance

AUTHORS

Vincent Mabillard, Nicolas Keuffer

Ahlem Eddhif

Khaled Sellami



SESSION & TIME

Science, Law & Risk (4)

11:00- 12:30

ROOM

Omar Alkhalifi

CHAIR

Loredana Nada Elvira GIANI & Aristide POLICE

PAPERS

Rôle du médecin légiste dans la gestion d’une catastrophe

L’usager du service public administrative entre les guaranties juridiques et la pensée néo-managériale

Resilient Administration in Trial Contexts: Research on Italian Public Administration and Avvocatura dello Stato Defense

 

The Spill-over Rule of Administrative Court to Increase Resilience

AUTHORS

ABDELKADER RECHAM

BADR DEHBI

Benedetta Lubrano

Raffaella Dagostino



SESSION & TIME

Polarized Societies

11:00- 12:30

ROOM

Carthage

CHAIR

Pregala PILLAY, Rik PEETERS & Stavros ZOURIDIS

PAPERS

State Politics and Institutional Rituals in Post-conflict Mozambique and Timor-Leste

The Rule of Law as a factor in Improving access to water: The Case of nquza Hill Municipality, South Africa

Factors Affecting Citizens’ Judgment of Trustworthiness of the Government

The Inequality Machine: An exploration of the costs and causes of bureaucratic dysfunction in Mexico

AUTHORS

Helena Igreja

Cheryl Mohamed Sayeed, Qaqamba Matha

Heungsuk Choi, Hyunjoon Kim

Rik Peeters, Fernando Morales



SESSION & TIME

Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (4)

11:00- 12:30

ROOM

Sidi Bou Said

CHAIR

Najat ZARROUK & Anna SIMONATI

PAPERS

Artificial Intelligent for Resilient Local Governance

Localizing SDGs in Pakistan: Policy Coherence and Reaching the Last Mile

AUTHORS

Gherardo Carullo

Shirin Gul, Abla Anawi, Amena Kamal, Quanita Khan, Naveeda Nazir & Ammar Naqvi



SESSION & TIME

African Governance: The Developing States of Research

11:00- 12:30

ROOM

Djerba

CHAIR

Steve TROUPIN & Ukertor Gabriel MOTI

PAPERS

African Governance System: Beyond Neopatrimonialism (The Ethiopian Option)

Trust in Top Leadership of Africa: A Search for Explanatory Factors beyond Performance and Governance Quality

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, EMERGENT GRASSROOTS DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN CAMEROON:Assessing Issues in Public Policies for National Development in Emerging States

 

AUTHORS

Teferi HaileMichael

Hasan Muhammad Baniamin, Ishtiaq Jamil, Steinar Askvik

Peter MASUMBE



SESSION & TIME

Quality, Integrity and Resilience: What is ‘Resilience of Governance’ and How Important is the Quality and Integrity of Governance for ‘Resilience’?

11:00- 12:30

ROOM

Hammamet

CHAIR

Aziza Zemrani

PAPERS

The Research on the Resilience of Governance System in China

Quality and resilience of governance in context.How do they relate in small island states in the Dutch Caribbean?

Resilience ethics and sustainable governance: A quest for an inclusive society

Administrative Resilience and Adaptive Capacity of Administrative System: A critical Conceptual Review

AUTHORS

Yajing Liu

Jeanne De Bruijn, Leo Huberts

Esa Käyhkö

Nazirul Islam Sarker, Wu Min



SESSION & TIME

Islamic Finance: Social Finance,
Social Bond and Project Finance

11:00- 12:30

ROOM

Kairouan

CHAIR

Marco Meneguzzo & Luigi Corvo

PAPERS

The challenge of social impact bonds from stakeholders’ perspective. A comparative multiple case study in the Alpine Area

Can project finance apply to cultural heritage investments?

The Development of Social Impact Finance as Public Policy in the Italian Context

Le partenariat public-privé dans la région du Moyen Orient et de l’Afrique du Nord

AUTHORS

Lavinia pastore, Luigi L

Mario Lupoli

Fabrizio Sammarco, Lorenzo Liotta, Elisabetta Scognamiglio, Ludovica Testa, Salvatore Vitale

Tobiolo Gianella, Sandy Makdissi



SESSION & TIME

Terrorism (1)

11:00- 12:30

ROOM

Sousse

CHAIR

Marius BERTOLUCCI & Claude TIBERGHIEN

PAPERS

Culture clash and co-location: public services working together?

Public administration tasks of cyberterrorism and cyber conflicts

Cyber-Attacks as an Instrument of Terrorism? – Motives – Skills – Likelihood – Prevention”

AUTHORS

Sue Roberts

Tamas Szadeczky

Kai Masser, Hendrik Hoffman



SESSION & TIME

Resilience vs. Rigidity:
Governance Resilience in Tunisia

11:00- 12:30

ROOM

Bizerte

CHAIR

Adel BEN YOUSSEF & Sofiane SAHRAOUI

PAPERS

Resilience vs. Rigidity of Tunisian Administration during the post-revolutionary transition

La Tunisie entre les contraintes de la résilience et les impératifs du développement durable

Le principe de continuité du service public mis à l’épreuve de la transition

La résilience administrative: « Open gov/Open vulture »

AUTHORS

Sofiane Sahraoui

Fadhel Moussa

Narjes Djedidi

Saloua Abdelkhalek



SESSION & TIME

Reforming for Resilience (1)

11:00- 12:30

SESSION TITLE

Tahar Chriaa

(French to English translation)

CHAIR

Ishaq AlKooheji, Dana AlBuarki & Faisal AlKhayyat

PAPERS

Adjusting Structures for Resilience

The National Resilience Center creation and development as a key component of the effective Public Administration System in Ukraine

Service public et autorités administratives indépendantes: la nécessaire corrélation

Rethinking Directions of Post-Neo-Liberalism Administrative Reform: an Indonesian Experience

AUTHORS

Abiha Zahra, Geert Bouckaert

Olena Korolchuk, Maryna Bilynska

Vassilios Kondylis

Deddy Bratakusumah



SESSION & TIME

Corruption: The Role of Different
Interventions in
Reducting Corruption

11:00- 12:30

ROOM

Sophi Golli (Arabic-English interpretation)

CHAIR

Jean-Patrick Villeneuve & Marlen Heide

PAPERS

Eradicating Administrative Corruption Through Transparency in Public Governance: Global Scenario and the Right to Information Act, 2005 in India

The concept of "power distribution" in legislation, procedures and strategies: a tool to analyze the dynamics and resistance of corruption from a gender perspective

The Role of Internal Control in Reducing Corruption in Government Departments

Measures taken to Prevent and Combat Administrative Corruption in Ethiopia

AUTHORS

Jyoti Rattan, Vijay Rattan

Mohammed Khatib

Ayman Atatrah

Yimenu Asserse



SESSION & TIME

International Accreditation:
Improving Education and Training in Public Administration

11:00- 12:30

SESSION TITLE

Tabarka

CHAIR

Bardhyl DOBRA, IIAS

PANELISTS

Taco BRANDSEN

European Association for Public Administration Accreditation (EAPAA)

Laila EL BARADEI

International Commission on the Accreditation of Public Administration Education (ICAPA)

Najat ZARROUK

Director General, African Local Government Academy

Bianor CAVALCANTI

President, International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA)

SESSION & TIME

European Governance

14:00- 15:30

ROOM

Carthage

CHAIR

Sabine KUHLMANN

PAPERS

The Influence of Legal Regulations on the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Polish Public Administration Analysed from Public Governance and Public Management Perspective

New instruments of participation in public decisions. The role of the lobbies in Italy

Balancing functional subsystems and the Inclusion of the population: system-theoretic observations of challenges faced by the governance systems.

The network analysis as a tool helping managers to orient in a messy world of wicked problems.

AUTHORS

Witold Mikulowski

Francesco Martines

Dieter Grunow

Priit Suve



SESSION & TIME

Ethics

14:00- 15:30

ROOM

Sidi Bou Said

CHAIR

Muhammad Ahmed QADRI & Shagufta AHMAD

PAPERS

Spirituality and resilience: re-immunized and not reforming our administrations

Exploring factors affecting resilience of employees and stuyding its effects on their performance

Coaching as a mechanism to develop employee resilience

AUTHORS

Mohamed Makkaoui

Nujood Al Attawi

Hamsa Johar



SESSION & TIME

Administrations Parlementaires

14:00- 15:30

ROOM

Djerba

CHAIR

Hassan SOUKNI

PAPERS


Parliamentary Bureaucracy (s), rationalization of parliamentary action and dynamic power relations in Cameroon

Anatomy of Ghana’s Parliamentary Elections and Democratic Consolidation

 

AUTHORS

Bertrand-Michel MAHINI

Samuel Adams, Kingsley Agomor, William Asante



SESSION & TIME

Quality, Integrity and Resilience: What is Left;
Reflection and Evaluation

14:00- 15:30

ROOM

Hammamet

CHAIR

Leo HUBERTS

PAPERS

IIAS STUDY GROUP IV ON QUALITY OF GOVERNANCE

 

Quality, Integrity and Resilience of Governance

 

The panel ‘Quality, Integrity and Resilience of Governance’ will build on previous meetings of the Quality of Governance Study Group of IIAS.



SESSION & TIME

Terrorism (2)

14:00- 15:30

ROOM

Sousse

CHAIR

Marius BERTOLUCCI & Claude TIBERGHIEN

PAPERS

The African Union's counter-terrorism policy in the prism of the concept of resilience

How do HRO actors perceive the sources of resilience? The case of RAID-type police forces, and municipal police in a context of active terrorism after January 2015 in France

AUTHORS

Ladislas NZE BEKALE

Ludivine Bout Vallot, Bruno Tiberghien



SESSION & TIME

Resilience vs. Rigidity: International Experiences of Resilience

14:00- 15:30

ROOM

Bizerte

CHAIR

Adel BEN YOUSSEF & Sofiane SAHRAOUI

PAPERS

Indian Governance in the Post Liberalization Reforms Era: Strategies and Stalemates

Challenges facing the Palestinian governmental institutions in providing administrative and security services in the areas under the yoke of Israeli occupation

La gouvernance au centre du processus de réforme administrative: Entre résilience et ridigié, aperçu de la gouvernance publique en Tunisie

Administrative creativity and its impact on the achievement of competitiveness in public-service institutions – Palestine – from the point of view of civil servants

AUTHORS

Kenney vaseekaran

Sulaiman Jaradat

Hanene Elghali

Mohanad Abu Shama



SESSION & TIME

Best Practices

14h00- 15h30

ROOM

Tahar Chriaa (French to English Interpretation)

CHAIR

Khaoula LABIDI & Steve TROUPIN

PAPERS

Résilience de l’administration de la formation de l’individuel à l’organisationnel et du formel à l’informel: Cas de la formation douanière tunisienne

L’innovation entrepreneuriale publique au service de l’entrepreneuriat privé

The Italian Public Administration and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: a Best Practice Event

eServices and Viral Marketing in Bahrain: What Makes Online AD Catch-on and Go Viral?

Three Cases of Water Environmental Governance in Hubei Province

 

Public Private Partnerships: A New Model of Governance in Education and Lessons for Developing Countries in East Africa

AUTHORS

Abdelhakim Abidi

Ibtissem BENHASSEN BOUATTAY, Khaled DRIDI

Chiara Di Gerio, Gloria Fiorani, Rocco Frondizi

Ali Darwish

Jiankai Zhu

Alex Nduhura, Paul Wanume, Benedict Mugerwa, Innocent Nuwagaba



SESSION & TIME

Reforming for Resilience (2)

14h00- 15h30

ROOM

Sophi Golli (Arabic to English Interpretation)

CHAIR

Ishaq AlKooheji, Dana AlBuarki & Faisal AlKhayyat

PAPERS

Study on Transboundary Risk Management under Multi-Agent associated governance from the Perspective of Network Resilience

How does the System Absorb and Transform Conflicts:The Case of Doctor-Patient Disputes Resolution in China

Governance 4.0 - System Engagement leveraging transactional intelligence, collaboration platforms and automated customized service delivery

 

Steps followed by the Palestinian Governement to reform the land-planning sector and the role of IT system

AUTHORS

Juan Du, Wang Wei

YAO XU, Nene Mao

Jayakumar Karuppusamy

Salma Awwad, Nihad Awad



SESSION & TIME

European Training Foundation (ETF)

14:00- 15:30

ROOM

Tabarka

CHAIR

Fabienne Maron

PAPERS

General Introduction: Multi-level Governance of VET— The ETF Approach

Public-Private Partnerships for Skills Development

VET and Decentralization: Administrative, Financial and Political Aspects

AUTHORS

Siria Taurelli

Siria Taurelli

Jose Manuel Galvin Arribas

DISCUSSANTS

Saidia OUNISSI
Secretary of State for Vocational Training

Sara VALAGUZZA
European Foundation for Public-Private Partnerships

Najat ZARROUK,
Director General, African Local Governments Academy

Salle

Omar Alkhalifi

Président

Geert BOUCKAERT


Room

Omar Alkhalifi

Chairs

Abdellatif HAMAM & Sofiane SAHRAOUI

 Keynote: H.E. Slim FERIANI, Minister of Industry and Small & Medium Entreprises, Tunisia

 MoU Signings

 Administrative Resilience: Report on the Congress proceedings , Stavros ZOURIDIS, General Rapporteur

 Awards

 Conference Video

 Invitation to the 2019 IIAS Congress, Liu HONG