P04 Public values: Beyond economics-based solutions in public policy problems
Jari Vuori, Arizona State University, School of Public Affairs, Center for Organization Research and Design Title: Professor, visiting scholar. Email: email@example.com
Review group chair
Barry Bozeman, Arizona State University, School of Public Affairs, Center for Organization Research and Design Title: Regents' Professor Emeritus of Technology Policy and Public Management
Marika Kylänen, University of Vaasa, School of Management, Administrative Sciences, Finland Title: Doctoral Student. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The list of sub-topics:
- Past, Present and Future: who says what are the differences between Public, Private, Hybrid Organizations and when are those differences relevant?
- Do organizations and institutions have public values? Can they survive leader turnover?
- Can public values leaders survive (or thrive) in business organizations
- What are the requirements for effective implementations of public values?
- Erosion of environmental democracy: do we really need to do to achieve more to get less from our natural resources.
- The impact of cultural differences on public values in different public policy domains
- The hidden costs of economics based rational solutions in the policy problems of poverty and social exclusion.
- Differences in public values/public values – are we talking past one another?
The following abstracts are very welcome:
- Innovative methodological and methods driven theoretical and empirical papers of the issue
- Pioneering research gaps ideas of public values research in a frame public management, leadership and public policy implementation in particular.
- Multi/interdisciplinary approach to public values