The Public Governance Institute in Germany
Who we are
The Public Governance Institute was founded in August 2005 on behalf of KPMG's German Public Sector Practice and encourages high performing government by supporting state-of-the-art public management issue analysis and solution development.
What we do
The quarterly published journal “Public Governance”, edited by the Institute, provides in-depth information for board members and decision makers from politics and public administration.
The Institute conducts research on the topics of public management and public corporate governance and regularly publishes study reports and policy-papers.
The institute supports (non-executive) board members in their role in state-owned companies by offering seminars on the basics of non-executive board rules.
The Public Governance Institute's high-ranking advisory board consists of eight members, chaired by Dr.-Ing. e.h. Heinz Dürr.
Study reports in English
Published in 2019: Are the EU Member States Ready for EPSAS? The European Public Sector Accounting Standards from the Perspective of European Experts: Download the Abridged English Version