We link perspectives from management studies and political science and apply them to the public organization and the organized public.
The design of and changes in the public sector are critical to societies which are confronted with racing globalization, boundary-less statehood, political unrest, aging populations, resource shortages, and financial crises. Our focus is on the impact of this growing complexity on the organization and organizing.
Our interdisciplinary approach is based on an empirical focus on the politico-administrative system, but we do not cling to specific theories or individual methods. We use the explanatory power of comparative research to avoid either overestimating or underestimating the differences between public and private management.
... benefit from our research-oriented teaching style, if they want to work on current issues at the interface between management studies and political science. In addition to expanding scientific horizons, we place great emphasis on individual personal development. The conveyance of solutions and knowledge management skills is essential to both.
Staff members ...
... are provided with a working environment which has adequate room for the development needed to actively participate in our research program. Our work is based on cooperation and trust. With this foundation, we supervise goal-oriented doctoral and post-doctoral projects that enrich our research program.
Cooperation partners ...
... can be assured that they have a reliable and congenial partner at their side, in the Chair for Public Management & Public Policy. For joint research projects, we find it important to generate added value for all project partners.
New Publication | 08.05.2013
Gastvortrag von Dr. Robert Krimmer | 15.04.2013
Paper accepted | 26.03.2013
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