The 26th NISPAcee Annual Conference

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In the conference participated 317 participants

Conference programme published

Almost 250 conference participants from 36 countries participated

Conference Report

An opportunity to learn from other researchers and other countries' experiences on certain topics.

G.A.C., Hungary, 25th Conference 2017, Kazan

Very well organised, excellent programme and fruitful discussions.

M.M.S., Slovakia, 25th Conference 2017, Kazan

The NISPAcee conference remains a very interesting conference.

M.D.V., Netherlands, 25th Conference 2017, Kazan

Thank you for the opportunity to be there, and for the work of the organisers.

D.Z., Hungary, 24th Conference 2016, Zagreb

Well organized, as always. Excellent conference topic and paper selection.

M.S., Serbia, 23rd Conference 2015, Georgia

Perfect conference. Well organised. Very informative.

M.deV., Netherlands, 22nd Conference 2014, Hungary

Excellent conference. Congratulations!

S. C., United States, 20th Conference 2012, Republic of Macedonia

Thanks for organising the pre-conference activity. I benefited significantly!

R. U., Uzbekistan, 19th Conference, Varna 2011

Each information I got, was received perfectly in time!

L. S., Latvia, 21st Conference 2013, Serbia

The Conference was very academically fruitful!

M. K., Republic of Macedonia, 20th Conference 2012, Republic of Macedonia

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Meeting DETAILS of Conference Programme

for the  26th NISPAcee Annual Conference
    Program Overview

Friday, May 25, 2018            14:00 - 15:30

Panel on Public Sector Coordination in CEE and Beyond 
Room Sala Ferdinand 1st floor
Related to Public Sector Coordination
WG Programme Coordinators:
Külli Sarapuu, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
Public sector coordination has become one of the key issues in contemporary public administration discourse. Governments worldwide have introduced new coordination arrangements to counteract ‘siloization’, integrate different parts of the public sector, foster joint problem-solving across organizational boundaries and to increase government capacity. In various contexts these processes have been different. However, the available studies on public sector coordination and core executive dynamics mostly come from long-established democracies, Western Europe or countries with an Anglo-American administrative tradition. There is considerably less knowledge available on coordination in the NISPAcee area. Although the coordination issues have been discussed in several NISPAcee working groups, especially the working group on politico-administrative relations, there is a noticeable gap in covering the more recent developments. The panel aims to fill this gap.

Paper: The Public Policy Process and the Interests and Actors Around
Laszlo Vass, Budapest Metropolitan University, Budapest, Hungary

Paper: Policy Learning from Crisis in Financial Regulation and Supervision: Overcoming Coordination Challenges?
Ringa Raudla, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
Aleksandrs Cepilovs, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
Egert Juuse, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
Ringa Raudla, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia

Paper: Firm Hierarchy or joined-up Government? Coordination in Polish Government Administration
Jowanka Jakubek-Lalik, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland

Paper: Core Executive in Central and Eastern Europe: Planning Government Work in Estonia
Külli Sarapuu, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia