Top Scholars - Professor Wolfgang Drechsler: The New Public Management in 2016





Corvinus University of Budapest's Department of Public Policy and Management has the pleasure to invite you to a special lecture:

Top Scholars in Public Administration series

Professor Wolfgang Drechsler: The New Public Management in 2016

On October 24. 2016, 9:50-11:20

Corvinus University of Budapest's Department of Public Policy and Management

has the pleasure to invite you to

 

Top Scholars in Public Administration series

 

Professor Wolfgang Drechsler

Chair of Governance, Ragnar Nurske School of Innovation and Governance

Vice Dean for International Relations of its Faculty of Social Sciences

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

 

Under the title:

The New Public Management in 2016

 

Time: October 24, 9:50-11:20

Location: CUB C (New) Building, Lecture Hall VII

1093 Budapest, Közraktár u. 4-6.

 

The lecture is open to the public, but advance registration is mandatory. Please register here: https://goo.gl/forms/7WIpAs7EIUUzheNo2

 

 

Professor Wolfgang Drechsler BA (Bridgewater College) MA (University of Virginia) PhD (University of Marburg) SocScD (Corvinus University of Budapest) is Chair of Governance at Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia (TUT), and Vice Dean for International Relations of its Faculty of Social Sciences. He has served as Advisor to the President of Estonia, as Executive Secretary with the German Wissenschaftsrat during German Reunification, and, as an APSA Congressional Fellow, as Senior Legislative Analyst in the United States Congress. He previously taught at the Universities of Marburg, Gießen, Frankfurt/Main, and Tartu; as André Molitor Chair (professeur invité) at the Université catholique de Louvain; and as Visiting Professor at the Universities of Lund, of Erfurt, at the Central University of Finance and Economics Beijing, at the University of Malaya, at Zhejiang University, and at Gadjah Mada University. Wolfgang Drechsler has been a consultant to several international agencies, most recently to the EU, the OECD, the Council of Europe, SIGMA, the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the UNDP; he has worked, in various capacities, on national development plans of Estonia, Peru, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Brazil, and Norway.

 

He has received NISPAcee’s Alena Brunovskà Award for Teaching Excellence and its Merit Award; the Estonian National Science Award, Social Science category; the Outstanding Alumnus Award from Bridgewater College; theMaarjamaa Rist, Estonia’s Order of Merit; and the German Federal Merit Cross. His current areas of interest include Non-Western, especially Chinese, Buddhist, and Islamic, Public Administration; Public Administration, Technology, and Innovation; and Public Management Reform generally; as well as e-Governance (incl. Smart Cities); Municipal Autonomy; and Academic Administration. He also retains an active interest in Political Philosophy and Economic Theory. His regional focus is on Central and Eastern Europe and on East and Southeast Asia. His national and international teaching and research awards include, for three years in a row, TUT’s university-wide distinction as best PhD advisor.

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