Chair of Public & Nonprofit Management

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From the upper left to the bottem right corner : Fabian Gödelmann, Marlene Bröcker,  Jan Paul Adam, Leon Beel, Jakob Kühler, Andrea Schäfer,, Julia Gräfe, Jieun Park, Amina Alagić, Esther Steverding, Nicolas Drathschmidt,  Prof. Dr. Isabella Proeller


Corona Information

Information regarding the Corona-Virus

Consultation hours are irregular due to the pandemic spread of the Corona-Virus. Please contact us via e-mail or other communication tools. Please note further information by the university...


Curriculum WiSe 2021/2022

You can find information about our courses under "Curriculum". The courses take place in presence as well as digitally.


New Work – New Project for the E-Government Campus

The E-Government Campus has won a new project on the topic of "New Work - New Working and Leading in Digitalized Administrative Structures".


Implementation of the E-File – Case Study by Anja Marx and Matthias Döring

Marx and Döring examine the extent to which the digital transformation in administration is successful, using the e-file as an example.

Dr. Caroline Fischer

Caroline Fischer becomes Assistant Professor in Twente (Netherlands)

From 1 October 2021 Caroline Fischer will become Ass.-Professor in public administration and digital transformation at the Department of Public Administrat


German research foundation (DFG) project launched

The DFG supports a cooperation between the University of Potsdam (Prof. Proeller, Prof. Kuhlmann) and external partners from Vienna and Zürich.


Literature review of the digitalization of administration

In their article, Caroline Fischer, Moritz Heuberger and Moreen Heine analyze 93 studies that examined the effects of digitalization projects in the public sector.

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Relationship between knowledge transfer and socialization: study of the Berlin trainee program

In her publication, Lisa-Sophie Preller examines the connection between knowledge transfer and socialization in the Berlin trainee program at the higher administrative level.

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Study about expectations regarding new technologies in the public sector

In "Verwaltung & Management" Fischer, Willems and Van den Bergh published their study, which examined the expectations of citizens regarding new technologi

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Teleworking during the pandemic: Study on flexible working models in public administration

Findings of a study by the Chair of Public and Nonprofit Management and PwC on hybrid working models in the public sector are available now.