This call for papers seeks both theoretical and empirical research on how public organizations have evolved their performance management systems toward outcome measures and on how public officials have used them for making managerial and political decisions.
Conference and Symposium on: The Paradigm Shift from Output to Outcome Measures in the Public Sector" (Palermo, 25, 26, 27 May 2016)
Carmine Bianchi, University of Palermo (email@example.com)
William C. Rivenbark, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Elio Borgonovi, Bocconi University (email@example.com)
The performance paradigm has shifted from measuring outputs to measuring outcomes in the public sector, which has increased the level of attention placed on the evaluation of service delivery and has opened the door for possible collaborative partnerships between different organizational units within the same municipality, job sector, or region for generating overall public value. The path towards sustainable performance management, however, continues to be difficult both from a theoretical and practical perspective given the amount of effort involved in tracking and reporting the higher order measures of efficiency and effectiveness. This call for papers seeks both theoretical and empirical research on how public organizations have evolved their performance management systems toward outcome measures and on how public officials have used them for making managerial and political decisions.
Abstracts are due by Jan 15, 2016; completed manuscripts are due by March 31, 2016 to the conference & symposium coordinating editor at Bianchi.firstname.lastname@example.org for presentation at the symposium. Fore more information: http://ced4.com/workshop-e-symposium/
Manuscripts presented at the conference also are eligible for a special symposium on this topic for the International Journal of Public Administration, which will include a double-blind review process. Please direct questions regarding manuscripts to email@example.com
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Organizer : University of Palermo
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