JuryThe EPSA 2011 Jury
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Rainer Christian Beutel (DE), Chairman, Municipal Community Office for Public Management (KGSt)
Since 2007 Rainer Christian Beutel has been managing the KGSt in Cologne. From 2002 to 2007 he was the founding president of the municipal assessment agency in Nord Rhine-Westphalia. From 1983 to 2002 he worked as town treasurer, first deputy mayor, city manager and full-time mayor for the district towns of Borken and Coesfeld. From 1979 to 1983 he was director of the department of justice and personal advisor to the chief executive of the district of Borken.
Ms Pia Gjellerup (DK)
Solicitor and Danish Politician: Former Minister of Justice - Trade & Industry - Finance
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Hubert Izdebski (PL) LL.D. Doctor habilitus (Warsaw) is a Professor at the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration (since 1996, at the Faculty since 1969), and the Director of the Institute of Sciences on State and Law (since 1993). Simultaneously, he is an advocate and legal counsel within the law firm, I&Z Attorneys-at-Law, Warsaw, established in 1989. He has lectured at numerous universities in France, Switzerland, and the UK, as well as lecturing at the National School of Public Administration, Warsaw (1991-1997, and since 2008) and at the Collegium Civitas, Warsaw (since 2003). Since 2011 he has also been the Secretary of the Central Commission for Academic Titles and Degrees.
His main objects of interest, in academic as well as in professional life, are questions of: public governance, public management, and public administration; common aspects of private and administrative law, in particular relating to business activities, and comparative law.
Since 1989 Professor Izdebski has been author or co-author of numerous legislative drafts, as well as being an expert in the Government and on numerous Parliamentary committees. He has also acted as an expert on Public Governance of OECD.
His publications include 20 books, including Introduction to Public Administration and Administrative Law (in English, 2006, and in Russian, 2008), Foundations of Contemporary States (2008), Public Administration - General Questions (with Professor Michał Kulesza, the 3rd ed. 2004), Territorial Self-Government. Bases of Organisation and Functioning (the 7th ed., 2011), Legal and Political Doctrines (2010), and History of Public Administration (the 5th ed., 2001).
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