FAMILY NAME: CADDY ADDRESS: 7 rue de la Tour
FIRST NAME: JOANNE F-75016 Paris - France
DATE OF BIRTH: 07.05.1969 TEL/FAX: (+33.1) 45246087
NATIONALITY: BRITISH and CANADIAN EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
CIVIL STATUS: MARRIED, ONE CHILD
1998 European University Institute, Florence, Italy
Ph.D in Political Science
1992 The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, U.S.A.
MA in Political Science
1990 The Johns Hopkins University, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Bologna Center
Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations
1989 Queens' College, Cambridge University, U.K.
BA (Hons) in Natural Sciences (Class I)
Thesis title: Sowing the seeds of deliberative democracy? Institutions for the environment in Central Europe: Case studies of public participation in environmental decision-making in contemporary Hungary.
Thesis jury: Prof. Adrienne Héritier (EUI - Supervisor), Prof. Johan P. Olsen (University of Oslo), Prof. Philippe C. Schmitter (EUI), Dr. Anna Vári (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
Administrator, Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development, OECD May 2000-present
Ø Consultation, civil society and public policy: Responsible for drafting and editing numerous OECD publications and policy briefs, including the flagship publication Citizens as Partners: Information, Consultation and Public Participation in Policy-making (2001). Secretariat for the Expert Group on Government Relations with Citizens and Civil Society (2000-2002). Design and delivery of an International Roundtable on Building Open Government (Ljubljana, 23-24 May 2002). Numerous presentations to professional, academic and civil society audiences at the national level (e.g. Privy Council Office, Canada; Ministry of Finance, Finland; The Wheel NGO, Ireland) and to international development organisations (e.g. World Bank, Asian Development Bank).
Ø Parliaments: Designed a questionnaire for national legislatures, together with the Research Service of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, and drafted an OECD report: “Parliamentary Procedures and Relations” (2000)
Ø E-government: Responsible for work on e-consultation, contributing author to major OECD report on E-government (forthcoming 2003). Design and delivery of Third Global Forum on Governance on “Fostering Development and Democracy through E-Government" (Naples, 15-17 March 2001).
Administrator, Support for Improvement in Governance and Management in Central and Eastern European Countries (SIGMA), OECD 1998-2000
Ø Country desk: for Latvia and FYR Macedonia: assistance and assessment missions; co-ordination with European Commission; liaison with other international and bilateral programmes (e.g World Bank, DFID)
Ø Training programmes: Support to the Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe (NISPAcee) Secretariat: organisation of Annual Conferences; co-editor Conference Proceedings; co-chair of Working Group on Better Quality Administration for the Public
International Project Manager, NOMISMA - Economic Research Institute, Bologna, Italy 1992-1996
Ø Project management and short-term expert: Responsible for technical assistance and policy advice projects. Short-term expert for two EU-TACIS projects on regional public administration reform in the Russian Federation (Republic of Karelia and Urals Region). Assessment and review missions to: Petrozavodsk (1997), Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk and Izhevsk (1995-1996).
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary 1996 and 1997
Ø Visiting Lecturer at the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy: on ‘Issues in Environmental Policy’ within an MSc course for graduate students from CEE and NIS countries
LANGUAGE SKILLS: English mother-tongue, fluent Italian and French
· Citizens as Partners: Consultation, Information and Public Participation in Policy-making (2001) OECD: Paris
· Engaging Citizens in Policy-making: Information, Consultation and Public Participation (2001) PUMA Policy Brief no. 10, July, OECD: Paris. (Available in Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian)
· Why Citizens are Central to Good Governance (2001) OECD Observer, November, OECD: Paris.
· Engaging Citizens Online for Better Policy-making (2002) OECD Policy Brief, March, OECD: Paris.
· Parliamentary Procedures and Relations (2000) [PUM/LEG (2000)2] OECD: Paris.
· ‘Making it Happen: Developing Policy Guidelines for Accountability and Transparency’ (with Bértok J. and M. Ruffner) in Public Sector Transparency and Accountability: Making it Happen (2002) OECD: Paris.
· Citizens as Partners: OECD Handbook on Consultation, Information and Public Participation in Policy-making (2001) OECD: Paris (Available in Italian, Russian)
· Open Government: Fostering Dialogue with Civil Society (forthcoming) OECD: Paris.
· Promises and Problems of E-democracy: Challenges of Online Citizen Engagement (forthcoming) OECD: Paris.
· Measuring Success: Evaluation Tools for Information, Consultation and Public Participation in Policy-making Engagement (forthcoming) OECD: Paris.
· Building Better Quality Administration for the Public: Case Studies from Central and Eastern Europe, Caddy J. and M. Vintar (eds.), (2002) NISPAcee: Bratislava.
· Public Participation in Environmental Decisions: Recent Developments in Hungary, Caddy J. and A. Vári (eds.) (1999) Akadémiai Kiadó: Budapest.
· Improving Relations between the Administration and the Public, Conference Proceedings of NISPAcee 7th Annual Conference, Sofia, J. Caddy and J. Jabes (eds.) (1999) NISPAcee: Bratislava.
· ‘Do citizens have voice? Do governments listen? Building new forms of dialogue for democracy’ in Conference Proceedings ‘Education and Politics’ (Bologna 7-9 November 2002) (forthcoming).
· ‘Hungary’ (with A. Vári) in Weidner H. and J. Jänicke (eds.) Capacity Building in National Environmental Policy: A Comparative Study of 17 countries, Springer-Verlag: Berlin, 2002.
· ‘Implementation of EU Environmental Policy in Future Member States: The Case of EIA’ in Knill C. and A. Lenschow (eds.) Implementing EU Environmental Policy: New directions and old problems, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000.
· ‘I first movers: piccole imprese in Giappone e Corea’ (First movers: small enterprises in Japan and Korea) in Bianchi P., Di Tommaso M. And L. Rubini (eds.) Le Api Asiatici. Piccole Imprese e Dinamiche Industriali in Estremo Oriente, FrancoAngeli, 2000.
· 'Engaging the Citizen Leads to Better Results' Public Management Forum, vol. V, no. 3, May/June 1999.
· ‘Strengthening Institutional Capacities for Implementation in Central and Eastern Europe’ in Lonergan S. (ed.) Environmental Change, Adaptation and Security, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999.
· ‘Harmonisation and Asymmetry: Environmental Policy Coordination between the European Union and Central Europe’, Journal of European Public Policy Vol 4, No 3, 1997.
· ‘Hollow Harmonisation? Closing the Implementation Gap in Central European Environmental Policy’, European Environment Vol 7, Part 5, 1997.
· ‘Building Institutions for the Environment in Central Europe’, Proceedings of ICEP.3 (International Conference on Environmental Protection, Budapest, Hungary, 15-19 April 1996), Volume 1, 1996, European Centre for Pollution Research: London.
· ‘Multi-level Policy-making: Environmental Policy in Hungary and the EU’, The European Policy Process - Occasional Paper, Human Capital and Mobility Network, no. 12, 1996.
· 'The Export of Oil and Natural Gas from Russia: Prospects for the Future', MOCT-MOST: Economic Journal on Eastern Europe & the former Soviet Union, (3):3, 1993, Nomisma: Bologna.
· Co-chair of the Working Group on Better Quality Administration for the Public, at the 9th Annual NISPAcee Conference ‘Government, Market and the Civic Sector: The Search for a Productive Partnership, 10-12 May 2001, Riga, Latvia.
· Co-chair of the Working Group on Better Quality Administration for the Public, at the 8th Annual NISPAcee Conference ‘Ten Years of Transition: Prospects and Challenges of the Future for Public Administration’, 13-15 April 2000, Budapest, Hungary.
· Joint Co-ordinator of the Working Session on ‘Improving Accessibility and Participation’ at the 7th Annual NISPAcee Conference ‘Improving Relations between the Administration and the Public’, 25-27 March 1999, Sofia, Bulgaria.
· ‘Strengthening Institutional Capacity for Implementation in Central and Eastern Europe’, paper presented at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop ‘Environmental Change, Adaptation and Security’, Budapest, 9-12 October 1997.
· ‘The Future Member States of Central Europe: Policy Innovation at the Risk of Hollow Harmonisation?’, paper presented at the 1997 Summer Symposium ‘The Innovation of Environmental Policy’, University of Bologna, 21-25 July 1997.
· ‘La politica ambientale dell’Unione Europea: nascita, crescita e futuro’, Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche, Università di Firenze, 15 May 1997.
· ‘Environmental Policy, the EU and Central Europe: 2 Pulls, 1 Push and a Gap’, Faculty Seminar Series, The Bologna Center of the Johns Hopkins University, 24 April 1997.
· ‘Approximation, Implementation and Institutions for the Environment in Future Member States: the Case of Central Europe’, paper presented at the 1997 Spring Workshop ‘Implementing EU Environmental Policy’, Working Group on Environmental Studies, Robert Schuman Centre, European University Institute, Florence, 10-11 April 1997.
· ‘Hollow Harmonisation? Closing the Implementation Gap in Central European Environmental Policy’, paper presented at the 1996 European Environment Conference, University of Leeds, 16-17 September 1996.
· ‘EU Environmental Policy as a Template for Central and Eastern Europe?’, presentation at the 36th Young Königswinter Conference, Berlin, 29 July-4 August 1996.
· Panel Chair, ‘Deregulation in Central and Eastern Europe/Trade Liberalisation and its Environmental Implications’, in the 1996 Spring Workshop ‘Deregulation and the Environment’, Working Group on Environmental Studies, Robert Schuman Centre, European University Institute, Florence, 9-11 May 1996.
· Roundtable speaker on Central and Eastern Europe for ‘The “Mezzogiorni” of Europe’, at the conference ‘Enna Forum 1995: Rethinking the Mezzogiorno’, Enna, 14-16 September 1995.