Transylvanian
International Conference in Public Administration
Cluj-Napoca, Romania

International Organizing Comitee

Maria Aristigueta

Director of School of Public Policy & Administration, University of Delaware

Geert Bouckaert

Professor, Leuven University, Belgium, president of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS)

Taco Brandsen

Professor, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, and secretary general, European Association for Public Administration Accreditation

Rusty Brooks

Director, Carl Vinson Institute of Government, International Center, University of Georgia, US

Gyorgy Hajnal

NISPAcee President, Professor, Department of Public Policy and Management, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

Stefanie Lindquist

Deputy provost and vice president for academic affairs, at Arizona State University

Arno Loessner

Professor emeritus, University of Delaware, US

Edoardo Ongaro

Professor of Public Management, Open University, UK

Tom Reichert

Dean, College of Information and Communications, University of South Carolina, US

Allan Rosenbaum

Professor, Public Administration and Director, Institute for Public Management and Center for Democracy and Good Governance, Florida International University

Tudor Vlad

Director James M. Cox Jr. Center for International Mass Communication Training and Research Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication University of Georgia, US.

Emil Boc

Mayor of Cluj-Napoca city and former prime-minister of Romania

Diana Iancu

Associate professor, Dean, Faculty of Public Administration, National School of Political and Administrative Studies (SNSPA), Bucharest, Romania

Mihaela Onofrei

Professor, Rector, Al. I. Cuza University, Iași, Romania

Marian Preda

Professor and president of the Senat, University of Bucharest, Romania

Constantin Marius Profiroiu

Professor, Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE), and vice-rector for international affairs

Roger Hamlin

Michigan State University professor emeritus, associate dean for international affairs at FSPAC, Babes Bolyai University, Romania

Călin Hințea

Professor, Dean, Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences, Babes Bolyai University, Romania

Bogdana Neamțu

Associate Professor, Chair, Public Administration and Management Department, Babes Bolyai University, Romania

draft schedule

The final program will be published soon.

  • 09:00
    Registration of participants- FSPAC building on Traian Moșoiu, no. 71, Room 101
  • 10:00
    Official opening of the conference. Welcoming messages from:
  • Vice-Rector of Babeș-Bolyai University, prof. Dan Lazăr
  • NISPAcee president and professor, Corvinus University, Budapest, Gyorgy Hajnal
  • Mayor of Cluj-Napoca, assoc. prof. Emil Boc
  • Vice-rector of Bucharest University of Economic Studies, prof. Marius Constantin Profiroiu
  • President of the Senate, University of Bucharest, prof. Marian Preda
  • 10:30
    Plenary session. Key speakers
  • Geert Bouckaert, Professor, Leuven University, Belgium / Building Governance through Developing Trust and Community /
  • Allan Rosenbaum, Professor, Public Administration and Director, Institute for Public Management and Center for Democracy and Good Governance, Florida International University / * TBC /
  • 12:30
    Lunch break - FSPAC building no. 2, Minerilor Street no. 85, Cafeteria
  • 13:30
    Presentations in panels – 1st session, October 24th - FSPAC building no. 2, Minerilor Street no. 85, Rooms T1, T2 & T3, ground floor
  • 16:00
    Coffee break
  • 16:30
    Presentations in panels – 2nd session, October 24th- FSPAC building no. 2, Minerilor Street no. 85, Rooms T1, T2 & T3, ground floor
  • 19:00
    Welcome reception offered by the mayor of Cluj-Napoca, Emil Boc - Central Park, Casino: Center for Urban Culture
  • 9:30
    Presentations in panels- FSPAC building no. 2, Minerilor Street no. 85, Rooms T1, T2 & T3, ground floor
  • 11:00
    Coffee break
  • 11:30
    Presentations in panels; Workshop on PA journals and research (*)- FSPAC building no. 2, Minerilor Street no. 85, Rooms T1, T2 & T3, ground floor
  • 13:30
    Lunch break- FSPAC building no. 2, Minerilor Street no. 85, Cafeteria
  • 14:30
    Presentations in panels; Workshop on Japan-Romania cooperation (**)- FSPAC building no. 2, Minerilor Street no. 85, Rooms T1, T2 & T3, ground floor
  • 17:00
    Coffee break
  • 17:30
    Plenary session: Closing remarks; Publication of conference proceedings; Future plans
  • Rapporteur for main conference theme, lecturer Tudor Țiclău
  • Rapporteur for Hungarian speaking panel, assoc. prof. Marton Balogh
  • Rapporteur for the panel on Romania-Japan cooperation, prof. Roger Hamlin
  • Rapporteur for panel on PA journals and research, prof. John Diamond
  • Publication of conference proceedings and future plans (including conference in 2020) – assoc. prof. Bogdana Neamțu
  • Closing note by FSPAC dean, prof. Călin Hințea
  • 19:00
    Gala dinner, offered by Babeș-Bolyai University rector, prof. Ioan Aurel Pop- University Restaurant (Piramida), Street Emanuel de Martone, no. 1
  • (*) (**) Both workshops run in parallel with the main conference panels. They are both open to all interested conference participants. Location for the two workshops is FSPAC building no. 1, Traian Moșoiu Steeet, no. 71, Council room, ground floor
  • Medieval Transylvania + Wine tasting at Fort Silvan
  • 9:00
    Departure- FSPAC building no. 2, Minerilor Street no. 85
  • 11:00
    Medieval Bathory citadel and Synagogue + Holocaust Museum from Șimleu Silvaniei
  • 13:00
    Lunch and wine tasting at Fort Silvan, Camar
  • 18:00
    Return to Cluj

Conference Book | Japan-Romania Panel | PhD Workshop

This event is organized in connection to a researh grant currently implemented by the department of Public Administration and management entitled “Dezvoltarea cercetării de frontieră în teoriile creșterii și dezvoltării regionale prin prisma rezilienței: către o Uniune Europeană convergentă, echilibrată și sustenabilă” [Development of frontier research and regional development through the lens of resilience: Towards a convergent, balanced and sustainable European Union], project code PN-III-P4-ID-PCCF-2016, contract no. 3/2018.

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