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24 January 2014
RCOCI Signed New Strategic Cooperation Agreement
On January 15, as backbones of RCOCI, Shanghai Municipal Commission of Economy and Informatization and Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences signed strategic agreement for future profound cooperation. The two parts will co-organize 2014 Global City Informatization Forum held in November, and the new website for the Forum was launched.

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08 November 2013
Congratulations! News of United States Has Reached its 1000 Pieces Milestone!
As an important part in the whole UNPAN system, Public Administration News has undergone steady development and the news of United States has reached another milestone, with its 1000 pieces of publication on North America Region, RCOCI is hereby happy to announce.
  • Top 3 most "clicked" regions brought by PA news: Asia-Pacific, Africa, North America
  • Top 5 countries with the largest number of PA news: South Africa, China, United States, India, Australia
It should be noticed, compared with the statistics issued one year ago, the number of news of United States has a sharp rise, exceeding India and popping into the top 3 list. Meanwhile, Australia’s news amount also greatly goes up, replacing Japan on the top 5 list.

19 July 2013
UNPAN-AP Editorial Department Publishes Documents on e-Gov and ICT Development
As a powerful tool for economic and social development, ICT aims at bridging the digital divide and aiding economic development by fostering equitable access to modern communications technologies. Recently UNPAN-AP Editorial Department collects and compiles about 150 documents on this specific topic, covering fields such as e-Gov, e-Commerce, e-Society, e-Security, Internet and Informatization Development. Please click here to read more.
04 April 2013
UNPAN-AP Editorial Department Publishes Documents of the 5th World Forum on China Studies
To show the tribute to the successful completion of the 5th World Forum on China Studies, which was held on 23-24 March 2013 in Shanghai, China, with the theme of China’s Modernization: Road and Prospect, UNPAN-AP Editorial Department is authorized to select and publish in UNPAN the documents of the address at the opening ceremony and the keynote speeches. For details, please click here
12 March 2013
Call for Papers: Second AMEPPA and SESAME Conference

The Association for Middle Eastern Public Policy and Administration (AMEPPA) and ASPA's Section on Effective and Sound Administration in the Middle East (SESAME) is pleased to announce the convening of its Second Conference on November 14 and 15, 2013, at Atilim University in Ankara, Turkey. The conference is also the Second Global Conference on Public Policy and Administration on the Middle East.

We are asking scholars both in the Middle East and around the world to participate in this important conference and be part of a scholarly movement dedicated to public service and public interest in the Middle East. Professionals and academics from all countries and territories and of all nationalities are welcome to participate as presenters (upon acceptance of an abstract or panel) and as conference attendees.

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14 November 2012
Congratulations! The Public Administration News Page in UNPAN Reaches a Milestone!
The UNPAN-AP Editorial Department, wishes to congratulate UNPAN on its successful publication of 20,000 pieces of PA news as a result of marvelous joint efforts. We hereby announce the following observations according to statistics generated by the UNPAN-AP Editorial Department. The preliminary Analysis of the 10000 Public Administration News shows the following:
  • Top 3 most "clicked" regions brought by PA news: Asia-Pacific, Africa, North America
  • Top 5 countries with the largest number of PA news: South Africa, China, India, United States, Japan
  • Top 5 contributing partners to PA news: RCOCI, EROPA, CPSI, DPADM, AAPAM
23 October 2012
Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (CAPAM) Biennial Conference: Public Service Fit for the Future
The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, in collaboration with Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (CAPAM) would be organizing the flagship event - Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (CAPAM) Biennial Conference at Hotel Ashok in New Delhi from 24th to 26th October, 2012. The theme of the Conference is 'Public Service Fit for the Future'.

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19 October 2012
UNPAN-AP Editorial Department Observes 2012 International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction
  The International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction (IDDR) is commemorated on 13 October. The theme of the 2012 IDDR is "Women and Girls - the [in]Visible Force of Resilience". To observe this special event, UNPAN-AP Editorial Department collects about 80 documents with an aim of raising people's awareness in disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation process. The series of documents, mainly composed of country profiles, case studies, and analytical reports, show active involvements of governments from all countries in policy, planning and implementation processes for disaster reduction.

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Events
2014 Asian Group for Public Administration Annual Conference
Aug 27, 2014 to Aug 29, 2014
Jakarta, Indonesia

Asian Group for Public Administration
 
Documents
Mobility and Agency: Private Sector Development in Rural Central China
This article shows that the variation in private sector outcomes in central China is the result of a complex mosaic of path dependencies, historical contingencies, government interventions, geography and the availability of nonlocal capital and skilled labor. Among these various factors, the roles of human resource mobility and local agency stand out. Given the competitive disadvantages of underdeveloped and remote regions, inflows of human and financial capital from more affluent areas are especially important in stimulating growth; accidents of history are often crucial in triggering these flows.
09 April 2014
Institutional Change in Market-liberal State Capitalism. An Integrative Perspective on the Development of the Private Business Sector in China
This paper shows that a more accurate depiction of the development of China's private sector is gained by considering the complex interaction between bottom-up and top-down processes. First, the paper analyzes the general characteristics of Chinese capitalism to help understand and classify the gradual institutional change in the enterprise sector. Second, it draws on insights from comparative political economy and new approaches in political science to introduce the strategy of "wearing a red hat," an empirical phenomenon that provides a framework for the emergence from the 1980s of China's private sector.
09 April 2014
 
News
South Africa: Cornubia Integrated Human Settlements Development Project - the Pride and Joy of 482 Home Owners
Four hundred and eighty two beneficiaries are now proud home owners, thanks to the new R25-billion Cornubia Integrated Human Settlements Development Project, situated in Ottawa, north of Durban. The Cornubia Project launched by President Jacob Zuma on Sunday, forms part of government's initiative to integrate society, by delivering decent housing and improving the lives of all South Africans. South Africa indeed has a good story to tell, says President Zuma. “Today’s launch of the Cornubia housing project coincides with South Africa celebrating 20 Years of Freedom, this Freedom Month.”
23 April 2014
South Africa: Centre to Improve Services for Former Mineworkers
Historically, there has been a fragmented approach to the provision of social services for current and former mineworkers, says Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe. “Of particular concern for a very long time has been the issue of the inhumane conditions under which mine workers live and work, the challenges emanating from the migrant labour system and the treatment meted out to ex -mineworkers once they are too ill to work or are retired due to other social and health related complications. “These are issues we have been grappling with since the dawn of our democracy and we continue to do so today,” said the Deputy President on Monday.
23 April 2014
South Africa: Centre of Excellence Opened at Stellenbosch University
The New Centre of Excellence in Scientometrics will go a long way in taking South Africa’s ability to understand and fine-tune the innovation environment, to a new level. This is according to the Minister of Science and Technology, Derek Hanekom, who launched the new centre at Stellenbosch University on Thursday. "This CoE [centre of excellence] must build on our existing capacity in scientometrics and innovation policy; it must foster additional capacity and take our ability to understand and fine-tune our innovation environment and policy to a new level.
23 April 2014
 
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