Volume 5 – Number 2 – 2022

Volume 5 - Number 2 - 2022


February 16, 2024


di Luigi Fiorentino - Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri
e Elisa Pintus - Università della Valle d’Aosta

Performance management in public institutions after the Covid-19 pandemic. New paradigms between reforms and change processes


Performance management in public institutions after the Covid-19 pandemic. New paradigms between reforms and change processes
February 16, 2024

Expectation-based performance appraisal: behavioral investigation for the identification of current biases and formulation of possible interventions

di Francesca Marzo - Scuola Nazionale dell’Amministrazione Fabrizio Cafaggi - Consiglio di Stato Cecilia Colasanti - ISTAT Performance evaluation can become for public administrations a powerful organizational tool, also in the optic of a more pervasive adoption of work for objectives, as required by post-covid smart-working implementation.
February 16, 2024

Organizational change and acceptance of the performance measurement and evaluation system by the technicaladministrative staff of an Italian public university

di Antonio Nisio - Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro Sabrina Spallini - Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro Patrizia Romanazzi - Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro
This study aims to investigate the degree of acceptance of the Performance Measurement and EvaluationSystem (Pmes) in a public university and to understand its relationships with its Organizational Model(Om)


February 16, 2024

National strategy of inland areas and optimal civil protection areas: a possible synergy for increasing territorial resilience

di Nicola Berni - Regione Umbria Italy is characterized by towns, rural areas and smaller clusters linked by a solid network of relations, and larger cities, attracting people thanks to their wealth and public services. Remote rural areas have been facing a period of abandonment in favor of urban ones, with a decline in essential services.
February 16, 2024

The smart contract hypothesis in the public administration. Governance structures of digital innovation

di Rosaria Spina - Azienda Ospedaliera per l’emergenza “Cannizzaro” – Catania The aim of this article is analyzing the innovation of smart contracts in public administration. Moving from private sectors such as finance, media and insurance, smart contracts, based on blockchain paradigm, is a competitive factor in virtual market where stakeholders share outcomes and data.


February 16, 2024

A model of Cultural Intelligence and Social Participation to Improve the Effectiveness of Public Policies in Italy

di Cristiano Trindade De Angelis - Skema Business School The Recovery Fund has been chosen by Europe to tackle the crisis caused by Covid-19 and the Italian Nrrp is the largest economic and administrative reform involving the Italian country. Why the management of the allocated European resources and the planned reforms should be successful given the past critical experiences (for example in the structural funds expenditure)?

Si preannuncia che il tema dello Special Focus prossimo

RIPM – Volume 6 – Numero 1-2

avrà come intestazione:

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