The Institute of Public Administration
The Institute of Public Administration is one of the largest and oldest institutes of academic research and teaching in the field of public administration in the Netherlands and is located in The Hague. The institute combines a solid international academic reputation with a central positioning among the international, national, regional and local governance institutions of The Hague.
The research programme of the institute is concentrated on the analysis of politics and administration of institutional change. The five research chairs European Governance, International Governance, Public Sector Management, Comparative Public Sector Reform and Public Affairs & Public Policy bring together researchers with a common profile.
The master’s programmes offered by the Institute of Public Administration are Management of the Public Sector, Public Administration, Crisis and Security Management and the research master's in Political Science and Public Administration in collaboration with the Institute of Political Science.
Events10MarLecture CEES.center seminar on nationhood and empire in Habsburg Central EuropePieter Judson14MarLecture FGGA Research Seminar Series: 2-Capture: The driving forces of regulatory captureCaelesta Braun18MayLecture FGGA Research Seminar Series: Carl Dahlström, University of GothenburgCarl Dahlström
Research OutputThe reintegration of high profile ex-offendersJ.M. Elbers, Daan Weggemans en Marieke LiemNew book: “Nederland pensioenland: What you want to know about pensions”Natascha van der ZwanNew book: Theory and Practice of Public Sector ReformSteven Van de Walle, Sandra Groeneveld (Eds.)