The Diputación de Granada rewards the best research papers on local management

The headquarters of the Diputación de Granada hosted the V edition of the Center for Municipal Studies and International Cooperation Awards (Cemci), which reward professionals and teams that have carried out research work on the management of local entities.

Cemci Vice-President and Human Resources Assistant, José García Giralte, attended the presentation of these biennial awards together with Cemci’s Acting Director, Alicia Solana, Equality, Youth and electronic administration, Mercedes Garzón, and the deputy of the PP. , Fernando Pérez In addition, other representatives of the Provincial Corporation, members of the jury and evaluation commissions of the Masters, as well as teachers of the various training actions provided by the center and the laureates themselves participated.

The works awarded at the V Cemci Awards have been selected for their originality, innovation and pragmatism, and for being a point of reference and study for the daily work of local entities.

The MP congratulated the winners and described them as “technicians, experts and researchers with an extraordinary background, driven and eager to propose new management models that contribute to the development of local administration, to the progress of municipalities and, ultimately, welfare of his people”.

Giralte recognized the work carried out by Cemci, which “is part of the Provincial Council’s commitment to the growth and strengthening of municipalism”, and promised to continue working “so that municipalities can exercise their competences, to achieve a territorial balance that guarantees the economic development and well-being of all citizens, regardless of their place of residence and the size of the municipality in which they reside”.

The work presented by the team made up of Hilario Llavador Cisternes, María Isabel Tejeda Adell and María Jesús Giménez Soler entitled “Improvement of regulations in the Valencian Town Hall” was awarded in the Successful Practices modality. The work dedicated to “Sustainable Trade 2030” presented by Ramón Prous Zaragoza received a special mention.

Within the Advanced Scientific Research Modality of Administration and Local Government, the work on “The role of Provincial Councils in promoting data governance in local entities”, carried out by Magdalena Lorente Martínez, was awarded first prize. , and as a special mention, the work presented by Nerea Garrido Martínez and Goizargi Hernando Alonso, dedicated to the “Transformation of local administration in the new digital era”.

This distinction includes, in addition to the publication in paper format of all the winning works, a cash endowment of 3,500 euros for the first two prizes and 1,500 euros for the special mentions.

Furthermore, in the same act, the Master’s degrees in Local Public Management were awarded in the specialties of local urban planning, local finances and local public employment in the 2020 and 2021 edition, unifying the promotion of the year 2020 with that of the year 2021, given that for reasons arising from the health alert caused by Covid-19, it could not be carried out on its date. Antonio Jesús Vera Mesa, Miguel Ángel Villanueva Villarrubia and Josefa Fuarros Fuentes received the master’s degree in local finance. In local town planning, Alejandro Pretel Avilés and María José González Alcalá and, finally, in the specialty of local public employment, Rosario Álvarez Álvarez and María Inés Gil Casión.

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