Short biographical note
Sifis Plimakis is Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Peloponnese. He studied political science at the University of Crete, public management at postgraduate level at the University of Liverpool and awarded his PhD in public – private partnerships from the University of Athens. He conducted a two-year post-doctoral research on strategic planning and performance measurement in public sector, at Rutgers University, National Center for Public Performance.
He has taught public policy and public management lessons at the National School of Public Administration, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and ASPAITE. His research interests are focused on strategic planning and organizational change implementation in public sector, public policy design and evaluation and the alternative models for public services provision. He has extensive experience in the design and implementation of administrative reform programs in Greece and abroad and has worked as an expert for the EU and other international organizations in the field of public sector reorganization.