Doctoral Seminar

All doctoral students are given a regular opportunity to present an update on the progress of their research in a seminar. These meetings allow the institute’s professors and other doctoral students to provide their input and feedback by making comments and proposing improvements.

Research seminars usually take place at lunchtime and are open to the public. They consist in a follow-up (lasting 45 minutes) or a preliminary thesis meeting (lasting 60 to 90 minutes). At the end of preliminary thesis meeting, the public are asked to leave the room so that the thesis jury can deliberate in private.

The 2022 research seminar programme is available below (for first semester). Please note that the seminar will be presented and discussed in the language of the thesis’s title.

March

March 3, 2022 | 12-13:30 (room 003)
Preliminary thesis meeting, Katharina Guirguis
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Artificial Intelligence Adoption in Public Organizations

March 10, 2022 | 12-13:30 (room 003)
Preliminary thesis meeting, Maeva Sanchez
"Impact de la politisation sur la prise de décision des Street-level Bureaucrats

March 15, 2022 | 12-13:30 (room 003)
Preliminary thesis meeting, Naomi Luta
"Essays on Reporting Faithful Financial Information in the Public Sector ”

April

April 13 2022 | 12-13:30 (salle 003)
Follow up, John Körtner
"Machine Predictions and Human Judgments in the Delivery of Public Services”

April 28, 2022 | 12-13:30 (room 003)
Preliminary thesis meeting, Karine Renard
"A Job Demands and Job Resources Perspective of Well-being at work: do New Ways of Working matter?

 

May

May 17, 2022 | 12-13:30 (room 003)
Preliminary thesis meeting, Frédéric Cornu
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Le rôle de la culture organisationnelle dans la relation entre les New Ways of Working et la performance individuelle au travail

May 24, 2022| 12h-13h30 (room 003)
Preliminary thesis meeting, Alexander Bastianen
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The Politics Of Public Administration

May 31, 2022 | 12-13:30 (room 003)
Preliminary thesis meeting, Audrey Gonin
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Behavioral Public Administration: nudges as strategic key for public value creation"

 

June

June 7th, 2022 | 16:30-18:00 (room 003)
Preliminary thesis meeting, Alizée Francey
"Fostering open government data through a user-oriented perspective
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June 14th, 2022 | 13:00-15:30 (room 006)
Follow up (13:00), Alyssa Taylor
"Noncitizens’ political participation: public attitudes and the consequences for integration"

Preliminary thesis meeting (14:00), Stefano Assanti
“A study of Performance Management systems in Swiss local governments: implementation effectiveness and impacts on public employees”

 

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