Archive of Activities

The 1st UNGC Symposium on Governance Performance and Trust in Government

May 7, 2007



9:00~9:30 Registration
9:3010:15 Opening Session
Opening Statement : Myungsoo cho (Director of UNGC)
Congratulatory Remarks : Myung-Jae Park (Minister of Govemment Administration and Home Affairs, ROK)
Welcome Address: G. shabbir Cheema (Principal Advisor, Division for Public Administration and Development Management, UNDESA)
10:15~10:30 Coffee Brea
10:30~12:00 Session 1 : Performance Management and Govemment Capacity
Moderator : Keun Namkoong (President-elect, Korea Association for public Administration, ROK)
·Govemment and Governance Performance in the Context of the Republic of Korea
(Gerald Elliot Caiden, Professor, University of Southem Califomia, USA)
·Performance Management in the context of administrative Development in Korea
(Young-Duck jung, President, Korea lnstitute of public Administration, ROK)
·The Quest for Governance and Accountabilty : Overcoming Myths of the Global Public Management Revolution
(James L. Perry, Professor, indiana University, USA)
12:00~13:30 Luncheon hosted by the Director of UNGC
13:30~15:15 Session 2 : Performance Management in the Public Sector
Moderator : Byong-Seob Kim (Chairman, Presidential Committee on Governance lnnovation & Decentralistion, ROK)
·Perfomance Management in the Public Sector
(Naomi Caiden, nProfessor, Califomia State University LA, USA)
·Case Presentation: The "On-nara" Business Process System
(Kuk Hwan Jeong, Executive Director, Korea Information Society Development lnsitute, ROK;
Myong U jo, Director General, Ministy of Governance Administration and Home Affairs, ROK)
·Case Presentation: Performance Managemaent and Innovation in KCS: BSC-based Perfomance Management System
(Ki-young KIm,Director General, Korea Cutoms Service, ROK)
15:15~15:30 Coffe Break
15:30~17:00 Session 3 : Leadership and Citizens' Trust in Governance
Moderator : Dalgon Lee(President, Korea Association for Public Administration, ROK)
·Public Support for Governance and Democracy in Latin America
(David Pion-Berlin, Professor, University of California Riverside, USA)
·Citizen Trust in Governance in Greece and Post-Communist Central Europe
(Constantine Danopoulos, Professor, San Jose State University, USA)
·Citizen Trust in Governance in the Republic of Korea
(Jin W. Mok, Professor, Kookmin University, ROK)
17:00~17:30 Closing Remarks
G. Shabbir Cheema (Principal Adisor, Division for Public Administration and Development Mangement, UNDESA)
Dongsung Kong(Programme Chair)
Ho-young Kim (Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, ROK)
Myungsoo Cho (Director of UNGC)

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