• Iapa Proceedings Conference



    Over the last ten years, the world has been gripped by rapid, wide ranging changes. The world today is a society that is experiencing and living a new world order, which many today refer to as the “global and digital society”. Rapid advancements in information technology have made territorial boundaries no longer relevant in relations among nations. Today global values can easily permeate the society in remote areas. Consequently, marginalized people, who are often considered to be very far from the center of power, also have access to drivers of global developments. Local population has easy access to information on global politics taking shape in other countries. Load More


    Sub-Themes dan Topics

    1. Studying and Learning Public Administration: Global Perspective

      • Innovation and Ideas for Public Administration Teaching

      • Knowledge Building in Asian Public Administration

    2. Ethics and Integrity in Digital Era : Building Integrity in Public Sector

      • Attitudes Toward Corruption Acts in Public Sector

      • Dimensions of Transparency in Governance

    3. Accountability and Performance in Public Service :

      • Understanding Asian Bureaucrats: Promising Resources for Better Public Services?

      • Advancing Public Service: Current Trends and Future Prospects

      • Developing the Next Generation of Asian Public Service Leaders

      • Bureaucratic Politics and Political Leadership Across Asia

    4. Politics, Administration and Governance Relations in Globalized World

      • Decentralization and Poverty Reduction in Asia

      • Asian Values in Managing Administrative Reform

      • Participative and Collaborative Governance in Practice: Asian Context

      • ASEAN Perspectives on Labor Migration in Public Sector

    5. Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Government :

      • Digital Governance Across Asia: Implementation and Challenges

      • Big Data Applications in Public Sector: Risk and Potentials

      • Smart City Initiatives: Lessons from Asia

    6. Best Practice and Lesson Learned of Public Sector Reform in Asia :

      • Civil service reform: major issues and challenge in implementation

      • Change management and administrative reform

      • Strengthening government institution: organizational rightsizing


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  • Policy & Governance Review


    Policy & Governance Review is published by Indonesian Association for Public Administration (IAPA) three times a year (January, May and September). This journal encompasses issues and practices in digital government, collaborative governance, public policy, public management, social media, disaster and crisis management, decentralization, environmental issue. PGR provides high quality study outcomes and new thoughts for academic practitioners, researchers, scientists and consultants to discuss about social science theories and concepts to significant political, economic and social issues and to the ways in which public policies are made. All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor and, if found suitable for further consideration, it will undergo a peer-review process. All peer review is double-blind. Policy & Governance Review, with registered number ISSN 2580 - 3395 (PRINT), ISSN 2580 - 4820 (ONLINE)