The MPA Advisory Board
The MPA Advisory Board has the role to provide scientific guidance to the MPA program, to support the MPA strategy definition, to monitor and supervise the master program, to bring continuous improvement, multi perspective advice and to have a fine-tuning approach.
The Advisory Board for the 2016-2017 academic year includes:
- Kenneth J. Meier, Texas A&M University and Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
- Donald P. Moynihan, University of Wisconsin at Madison
- Carolyn J. Heinrich, The University of Texas at Austin
- James L. Perry, Indiana University at Bloomington and Editor-in-chief of the Public Administration Review
- Richard M. Walker, City University of Hong Kong.
The SDA Bocconi MPA benefits from a solid resident faculty with international experience. Among others, here some of the faculty who teach in the MPA.
MPA Visiting Professors and Guest Speakers
In addition to resident faculty, MPA students have the chance to interact with many Visiting Professors and Guest Speakers that continuously enrich and innovate the content of the program.
Professional Faculty and Guest Speakers
Specialist in Regional Development and Statistics, DG for Regional and Urban Policy, European Commission
Former Smart City Director, City of Barcelona
Maria Galindo Garcia-Delgado
International Smart Business Manager, DOXA Innova & Smart
Chief Human Resources Officer, WEF
Director of Communications, ETNO
Ehwa University, South Korea
Chief - Geneva Office, CEB
EU Official, European Commission
International Visiting Scholar, University of San Diego, School of Leadership and Education Sciences
City Promotion Adviser, City Promotion Department, Barcelona Activa
Organizations can gain the first-hand, unique perspectives of MPA students by participating in the MPA curriculum. The MPA welcomes executives and managers as guest lecturers in a class, or as adjunct professors for a term. Your company can also present a current project for evaluation by students, or a critical business issue for a case study.