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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Preliminary list of submitted papers
for the 26th NISPAcee Annual Conference


PhD pre-conference seminar
Person:  Mrs. Avdyli Drita Work Country: Albania 
Paper:  Some Aspects of Mediation on Criminal Proceedings
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 20th ANNIVERSARY WORKSHOP
Person:  Ms. Denkova Jadranka Work Country: Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) 
Paper:  HRM in Public Administration
Person:  Mr. Dvorak Jaroslav Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Assessing of cooperation between stakeholdes involved in posting workers administration process: Cases of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland and Sweden
Person:  Ms. Gradinaru Sandra Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Sponsoring Medical Specialists - Bribery or Activity regulated by the Law?
Person:  Mr. Lazar Sebastian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Taxes and General Public Services. An Empirical Investigation
PhD pre-conference seminar
Person:  Mr. Michalek Tomas Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Scientific Advice Platform at the Slovak Academy of Sciences
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 20th ANNIVERSARY WORKSHOP
Person:  Mrs. Nastaca Corina Cristiana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Influence of Gender Policies on Leadership in Central Public Administration of Romania
Person:  Ms. Nurlybaeva Goulya Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  The Comparative Analysis of the State Policy in the Sphere of the Education of Police Leaders in Great Britain and in Russia (XXI Century)
PhD pre-conference seminar
Person:  Mr. Preda Dragos Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  New Tech World and its Impact on the Competitiveness of the Cities
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 20th ANNIVERSARY WORKSHOP
Person:  Ms. Ruso Jelena Work Country: Serbia 
Paper:  A Comparative Framework for Studying the Policy-Making in the EU Pre - and Post - Accession CEE Countries: The Case of Quality Infrastructure Policy Making in Serbia
PhD pre-conference seminar
Person:  Ms. Szakos Judit Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Sustainable and Inclusive Innovation? – How the Quintuple Helix Model works in Practice
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 20th ANNIVERSARY WORKSHOP
Person:  Mr. Szescilo Dawid Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Evolving policies on institutional architecture of the state in Europe: from agencification towards consolidation
PhD pre-conference seminar
Person:  Ms. Vlckova Kamila Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Policy of free Lunches for Children from Unprivileged Families in the Czech Republic – Discourses and Frames
Person:  Mr. Wilk Bartosz Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Local Initiative in Poland as a Form of Co-production of Public Services
Main Conference Theme
Person:  Mrs. Bitoiu Ioana Teodora Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Willingness to pay for Public Healthcare – The Cost of Performance and Value
Person:  Ms. Kolmakova Irina Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Experience in the Implementation of Local Initiatives Support Programs
Person:  Mr. Kotnik Žiga Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The NISPAcee Journal’s Contribution to Public Administration in Central Eastern Europe
Person:  Ms. Mathe Reka Zsuzsanna Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Social Movements of Central-Eastern Europe: Examining Trends of Cooperation and Antagonism by Using Big Data
Person:  Mr. Moldovan Bogdan Andrei Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Cluj-Napoca´s Metropolitan Area´s Economy; Competitiveness and Challenges
Person:  Ms. Neamtu Bogdana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Sustainable Development for Metropolitan Areas in Romania: A Plea in favor of Functional Specialization
Person:  Mr. Ravselj Dejan Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Perceptions of and Measures to Reduce Tax-Related Administrative Burdens in SMEs
Person:  Mr. Ropret Marko Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Public Governance Models: A systematic Review of 30 Years´ Research
Person:  Mr. Sedlacko Michal Work Country: Austria 
Paper:  Cutting through the Thicket: Tensions and Positions in the Public Value Debates
General Session
Person:  Mrs. Cojocaru Camelia Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Performance Measurement in Public Universities in Romania – Status and future Trends
Person:  Mrs. Fulga Teodora Monica Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Young adults’ religiousity and their economic attitudes in Romania
Person:  Mr. Fuller Donald Work Country: Armenia 
Paper:  Inequality of Income: Causes and Consequences
Person:  Mr. Ketko Avi Work Country: Israel 
Paper:  The Process of Separation of Ownership in Co-owned Companies of the Tel Aviv Municipality and the State of Israel - Case Study
Person:  Mr. Profiroiu Marius Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  When does Transparency mobilize Citizens against Corruption?
Person:  Mr. Sedlacko Michal Work Country: Austria 
Paper:  The Asylum Procedure and its Institutional Context: Dehumanization and Alienation in Bureaucratic Practice
Person:  Mr. Stumpf Istvan Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Government and Governance under Pressure of Political and Legal Constitutionalism
Person:  Mrs. Tofan Mihaela Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Fiscal Responsibility Legal Framework - New Paradigm for Sustainability in the EU
Person:  Ms. Vlckova Kamila Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Policy of free Lunches for Children from Unprivileged Families in the Czech Republic – Discourses and Frames
Opening Session
Person:  Mr. Kauzya John Mary Work Country: United States 
Paper:  New Mindset and new Competencies for the SDGs
Person:  Mr. Parrado Salvador Work Country: Spain 
Paper:  Key-note Speech: Public Values in Private Hands, Synergic or Conflictual Couple?
Person:  Ms. Raudla Ringa Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Challenges to Doctoral Education in Public Administration in the NISPAcee Region
Person:  Mr. Sahraoui Sofiane Work Country: Belgium 
Paper:  IIAS Global Strategy for Partnership: Win-win Models of Partnerships with other learned Societies
Person:  Mr. Witz Petr Work Country: Denmark 
Paper:  Effective Governance for Public-Private Partnerships: Challenges and Solutions for existing Models
I. Working Group on Local Government
Person:  Mr. Finta Istvan Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Future of the CLLD / LEADER Method and the Interrelations of Local Government Development Opportunities
Person:  Mrs. Jakubek-Lalik Jowanka Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Lasting Independence or creeping Re-centralization? The Case of Polish Local Government
Person:  Mr. Kollarik Martin Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Conflict between the mayor and the council: The case study of the city of Bratislava
Person:  Mr. Kovacs Robert Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Potential of Municipalities to Foster Local Community
Person:  Ms. Krukowska Joanna Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  How to become a Mayor? Mayors´ Careers, Behaviour and Seniority
Person:  Mr. Kurmanov Bakhytzhan Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Decentralization in Kazakhstan and Poland: A comparative Study
Person:  Mrs. Lackowska Marta Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Vertical and horizontal power relations of European mayors – does the size of a municipality matter?
Person:  Mrs. Marin Anca Monica Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Learning to win: The Case of European-funded Projects for the Romanian Rural Municipalities
Person:  Ms. Nicolescu Cristina Elena Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Lessons from Local Collectivities on Improving the Homeless Situation. Comparative Perspective
Person:  Ms. Onofrei Mihaela Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Regarding Designs for Fiscal Rule and Fiscal Decentralization in Romania
Person:  Mrs. Palne Kovacs Ilona Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  County Governments for the Developemnt
Person:  Mr. Plusnin Juri Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Complementarity institutions of governance at the local level: Russian provincial specificity
Person:  Ms. Przywojska Justyna Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Together or alone? The mood of local authorities towards governance. The Case of Poland.
Person:  Mrs. Rajca Lucyna Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Local Government Reforms in Poland and Hungary from a Comparative Perspective. Convergent and Divergent Developmets
Person:  Mr. Rakar Iztok Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Coping with financial Difficulties of Municipalities – A different Perspective
Person:  Ms. Saptefrati Tatiana Work Country: Republic of Moldova 
Paper:  Citizen participation in decision-making at the local level in the Republic of Moldova.
Person:  Ms. Sidor Monika Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Different Groups of Supporters of the Mayor in the Case of Cohabitation in Polish Municipalities
Person:  Mr. Sloboda Matus Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Determinants of Competitiveness in Mayoral Elections in Slovakia
Person:  Ms. Sobis Iwona Work Country: Sweden 
Paper:  The Governance of small Towns
Person:  Mr. Swianiewicz Pawel Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  The Impact of Municipal Territorial Reforms on Economic Performance of Local Governments. Meta-analysis of Existing Academic Studies
Person:  Mr. Ticlau Tudor Cristian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Public Marketing in Romania: Longitudinal Study on Use of Marketing Tools in Local Government
II. Working Group on e-Government
Person:  Ms. Demczuk Agnieszka Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  From Information to Transaction e-Public Services in Poland. The Balance 15 Years of the Experiences.
Person:  Mr. Duenas-Cid David Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Methodology for the Calculation of Costs in Multi-Channel Elections
Person:  Mr. Duenas-Cid David Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Cost Analysis of the Estonian Municipal Elections
Person:  Mr. Malec Tomáš Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Advanced Assessment of the Level of Websites´ Development of Chosen Slovak Municipalities
Person:  Mrs. Nasevski Sanja Work Country: Serbia 
Paper:  A stepping Stone to new Generation of proactive Disclosure of Information of Public Importance in Serbia
Person:  Mr. Sandén Johan Work Country: Sweden 
Paper:  Street-level Experiences of School Digitalization: Supportive, obstructive or irrelevant for School Autonomy? - How Swedish and Polish Headmasters understand Digitalization and its Implications
Person:  Mr. Spacek David Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Digitization of core e-government services for citizens - the case of Czechia
Person:  Mr. Spacek David Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Patterns of Social-Media Use in the Local Governments in selected CEE Countries
Person:  Mr. Szadeczky Tamas Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Regulation of Cybersecurity Governance
III. Working Group on PA Reform
Person:  Mr. Campbell Jesse Work Country: Republic of Korea 
Paper:  Sector Characteristics and Change-Oriented Behavior by Public Employees: Cross-National Evidence from the Government Competitiveness Global Survey
Person:  Ms. Circiumaru Adriana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  I.D.E.A.S. - Inclusion.Diversity.Equality.Awareness.Success.
Person:  Ms. Denkova Jadranka Work Country: Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) 
Paper:  HRM in Public Administration
Person:  Mrs. Iancu Diana - Camelia Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  "It takes two?": Analyzing the Roles of Governments, Universities and NGOs in generating Local Innovative Projects in Romania
Person:  Mr. Iulian Nedelcu Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  ARGUMENTS OF THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL ORDER ON THE NEED FOR ADMINISTRATIVE CODING
Person:  Ms. Junjan Veronica Work Country: Netherlands 
Paper:  What should the Government do (or not do)? Tasks of Government. A Literature Overview
Person:  Mr. Kapoguzov Evgeny Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Institutional Changes in Public Service Delivery: Methodological Approach for Performance Evaluating and Case of one Siberian Region
Person:  Mr. Knox Colin Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Public Sector Reform in Central Asia and the Caucasus
Person:  Mr. Pisz Maciej Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Reform in the Area of the Governance of Common Issues to large Cities and their urbanized Solutions in the Polish Legal System
Person:  Mrs. Radu Bianca Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Empirical Insight on the Implementation of the Law on the Transparency of the Decision-Making Process
Person:  Mrs. Radu Bianca Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Relation between Politicians and Bureaucrats: The Case of Romania
Person:  Mr. Sedlacko Michal Work Country: Austria 
Paper:  Ministerial Advisory Centres in Slovak Republic: Accounts of Governing and the Boundary between Politics and Impartial Expertise
Person:  Mr. Sloboda Matus Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Effects of formalized Selection Proceedings in CEOs Allocations to Slovak public Companies
Person:  Ms. Staronova Katarina Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Changing Patterns of Performance Management Appraisal in Civil Service: An Outlook on 16 European Countries
Person:  Ms. Szakos Judit Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Sustainable and inclusive Innovation? – How the Quintuple Helix Model works in Practice
Person:  Mrs. Teplyakova Olga Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Demonstrations and Street Protests in Russia: Legal Requirements and Restrictions
Person:  Ms. Tudzarovska Gjorgjievska Emilija Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Knowledge-based Economy, Public Administration and Legitimacy: Possible Linkages
Person:  Mr. Urinboyev Rustamjon Work Country: Finland 
Paper:  Migration Governance and Shadow Economy in Russia
IV. Working Group on Regional Development and Inter-regional Cooperation
Person:  Mrs. Andries Svetlana Work Country: Republic of Moldova 
Paper:  Realities and perspectives of regional development policy in the Republic of Moldova
Person:  Mr. Barabashev Alexey Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Local Municipal Strategic Planning in Russia: Present Conditions and Empirical Testing
Person:  Mrs. Bercu Ana-Maria Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Study of Labor Market Flexibility in CEE Countries
Person:  Ms. Bobcheva Nadezhda Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Inter-municipal Co-operation as a Tool for Regional Development: evidence from Bulgaria
Person:  Mrs. Kalfova Elena Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Quality of Governance and EU Regional Policy. Evidence from Bulgaria.
Person:  Mr. Mikalauskas Arvydas Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Intermunicipal Cooperation in Lithuania: Does it always go together with Regional Policy?
Person:  Mrs. Nica Elvira Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  European Integration and Public Action
Person:  Mrs. Zaytseva Tatiana Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Best HR-Practices Competition as a Tool of Interregional Collaboration and Experience Exchange
V. Working Group on Public Finance and Public Finance Management
Person:  Mrs. Anitei Nadia Cerasela Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION INCIDENTS REGARDING THE COMPETENCE OF FISCAL AUTHORITIES IN CODE OF FISCAL PROCEDURE IN ROMANIAN LAW
Person:  Mr. Anton Sorin Gabriel Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Impact of Health Care Reforms on the Technical Efficiency of Health Systems - Some Empirical Evidence from Central and Eastern European Countries
Person:  Ms. Cigu Elena Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  How relevant is Fiscal Decentralization for Economic Growth? The Case of EU Countries
Person:  Ms. Costea Ioana Maria Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Contractual Framework for Public Expenditures as a Budgetary Tool
Person:  Ms. Jovanovic Tatjana Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  THE USEFULNESS OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION FOR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PURPOSE - CASE OF SLOVENIAN HOSPITALS
Person:  Mr. Kotnik Žiga Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The Costs of Compliance with Environmental Regulations: New Evidence for 23 EU Countries
Person:  Mr. Lados Mihaly Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Local Taxation and Local Economic Development in Hungarian big Cities
Person:  Mr. Langr Ivan Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Bid rigging and other signs of systemic corruption in public procurement (evidence from the Czech Republic)
Person:  Mr. Lupu Dan Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Determinants of Financial Efficiency for Romanian Local Counties
Person:  Mr. Manliev George Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Financial models for medical service provision in Bulgaria: problems and solutions
Person:  Mr. Mihaila Viorel Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Study on the Budgetary Planning for a Primary Credit Release Authority
Person:  Mr. Moldovan Octavian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Development Regions of Romania and Local Revenue Collection Levels between 2008 and 2011
Person:  Mr. Moldovan Octavian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Internal Public Auditing in Romania between 2006 and 2015
Person:  Mr. Nemec Juraj Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Factors Determining the Efficiency of Public Procurement in Slovakia
Person:  Ms. Nyikos Gyorgyi Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Public and Private Funds in National Economic Development in Hungary
Person:  Mr. Ravselj Dejan Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Public Support for R&D Investment and its Effects on Firms’ R&D Expenditures: Evidence from Slovenia
Person:  Mrs. Sedmihradska Lucie Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Fragmentation of Czech Local Government and Territorial Public Administration Structures
Person:  Mr. Swianiewicz Pawel Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Political Business Cycle in Policies of Tariffs for Local Public Services: Comparison of Poland and Bulgaria
VI. Working Group on Public Policy Analysis Development Issues
Person:  Mrs. Bogilović Sabina Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  How Small City is Stimulating Creativity and Innovation: The Case Study of Ljubljana and Selected European Cities
Person:  Mrs. Carausan Mihaela Victorita Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Monitoring and Evaluation – Challenges for the Romanian Public Procurement System
Person:  Ms. Dogaru Tatiana-Camelia Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Linking Policy Capacity and Policy Convergence in Comparative Studies
Person:  Mr. Dvorak Jaroslav Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Programming Anticorruption in Lithuania
Person:  Mrs. Guzikova Liudmila Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Effectiveness of Housing Policy: Approaches and Indicators
Person:  Mr. Kilievych Olexandr Work Country: Ukraine 
Paper:  Performance Indicators as Tools of Good Governance: Case of Ukraine
Person:  Ms. Kolomycew Anna Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Local Conflict over Educational Policy Implementation. Stakeholders, Interests and Conflict Management Models in Polish Municipalities
Person:  Mrs. Kotseva-Tikova Maria Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Regional Policy for Inclusive Development of the Districts of Bulgaria
Person:  Mr. Kreci Veli Work Country: Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) 
Paper:  Administrative Capacity Building for Better Regulation
Person:  Ms. Lehmbruch Barbara Work Country: Sweden 
Paper:  Public Agencies under Stress: Bureaucratic Entrepreneurship, Informal Practices and Neomanagerial Reform in the Former Soviet Union
Person:  Ms. Nicolescu Cristina Elena Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Dynamic Simulation - The Appropriate Lens of Evidence-based Policy
Person:  Mrs. Petkovsek Veronika Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Policy Changes and Public Utilities: The Effect of Public Private Partnership Act on the Reorganization of Local Public Enterprises in Slovenia
Person:  Mrs. Rab Henriett Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The assessment of right to work and its realization in the social law system
Person:  Mr. Sienkiewicz Mariusz Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Public Participation and spatial planning Policy at the local Level in Poland
Person:  Mrs. Szmigiel-Rawska Katarzyna Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Climate Change Strategies of Polish Regions – What has changed?
Person:  Mr. Tertychka Valeriy Work Country: Ukraine 
Paper:  Training of Experts for Reforms: The Guarantee of Welfare Public Policy in Ukraine?
VII. Working Group on Public Administration Education
Person:  Ms. Chernyak Tatyana Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Assessment of the needs of civil servants in developing additional competencies
in the sphere of combating corruption
Person:  Mr. Gajduschek Gyorgy Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Understanding Public Affairs Education in post-communist countries. An inventory of attributes with potential causal explanations.
Person:  Mrs. Iucu Oana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Professional Profile Design: Key Competences on Public Administration Initial Education – An Application to Managerial and Administrative Assistance’s Specialisation
Person:  Mr. Meek Jack Work Country: United States 
Paper:  Addressing the Challenges of Public Service in Disrupted States: Possibilities for Public Service Education
Person:  Ms. Nurlybaeva Goulya Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  The Comparative Analysis of the State Policy in the Sphere of the Education of Police Leaders in Great Britain and in Russia (XXI Century)
Person:  Mr. Pavel Alexandru Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The existing Gaps and Similarities between Universities-Employers-Students-Alumni Perception regarding the University Programs and Market Demand in Central Region and Bucharest-Ilfov Region of Romania
Person:  Mr. Profiroiu Marius Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Impact of Operational Programme Administrative Capacity Development (OPACD) on Civil Servants` Training in Romania
Person:  Mr. Sandor Sorin Dan Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Building Public Service Motivation – The Role of Public Administration Education
Person:  Ms. Utkina Valeriya Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Factors determine the Choice of Public Administration as a Profession in modern Russia. Does Gender matter?
Person:  Mrs. Vorontchuk Inesa Work Country: Latvia 
Paper:  Aspects of Public Administration Employees Education and Competences Development
Person:  Mr. Zulean Marian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  From Student to Public Servant: Evaluating how Romanian Public Administration Programmes meet Market Needs
VIII. Working Group on Local Services and Infrastructure
Person:  Mr. Lados Mihaly Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Smart City Attitudes of Hungarian Cities
Person:  Mr. Mata Dan Constantin Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Regulation of public utility services in Romanian legislation
Person:  Mr. Pecaric Mirko Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Public Service is the Best when People do not talk about It
Person:  Ms. Petrica Nicoleta Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Understanding a Smart city. Social, economic and political inclusion in smart cities
IX. Working Group on Transition, Change and Uncertainty
Person:  Ms. Emrich-Bakenova Saule Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Manifestations of the Change-Uncertainty Phenomenon as “Illusion of Understanding” in Making Public Policy
Person:  Mr. Gajduschek Gyorgy Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Change Disturbances and pathological Uncertainty in CEE Public Administration: A conceptual Map and proposed Theory of low administrative Performance
Person:  Ms. Gogu Madalina-Cristina Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Public Administration, the Citizen and adaptive Management
Person:  Ms. Horvath Agnes Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Women in the Transition in Hungary 1985-1995
Person:  Mr. Mendelski Martin Work Country: Germany 
Paper:  Europeanization, agencification and politicization: the fragmentation of governance in South Eastern Europe
Person:  Ms. Nyikos Gyorgyi Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Hungarian Experiences with Handling Irregularities in the Use of EU Funds
Person:  Mr. Pirvu Catalin Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  By Design - Inner Authority and Archetypal Guidelines for dealing with Change and Transition in Today's Reality
X. Working Group on Non-Governmental Organizations in Central and Eastern Europe
Person:  Ms. Abdelhafez Dina Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  What are the Best Practices of Good Governance for Operating the Nonprofit Organization in the Czech Republic?
Person:  Ms. Andreeva Lyubimka Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  The Role of the NGOs in the Governance of the Bulgarian Energy Sector
Person:  Mrs. Antonovici Corina Georgiana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Nongovernmental and Public Organisations – Learning Organisations. Methods, Results and Impact
Person:  Mr. Bryer Thomas Work Country: United States 
Paper:  Municipal-NGO Relations to Promote Volunteerism: Comparisons across CEE and Western European Countries
Person:  Ms. Horvath Agnes Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The NGO’s in the Development Politics in Hungary from the 1990’s until Today
Person:  Mrs. Kender-Jeziorska Iga Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Obstacles and impeding Factors in harm Reduction Services Delivery for active Injecting Drug Users. Opioid Substitution Treatment and Needle Exchange Programs in Poland and Hungary
Person:  Ms. Mathe Reka Zsuzsanna Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Delivering Services to Homeless. Is Cooperation Possible?
Person:  Ms. Révész Éva Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Social enterprises in co-operation with public service organizations – three Hungarian cases
Panel on Public Sector Coordination in CEE and Beyond
Person:  Mrs. Jakubek-Lalik Jowanka Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Firm Hierarchy or joined-up Government? Coordination in Polish Government Administration
Person:  Ms. Raudla Ringa Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Policy Learning from Crisis in Financial Regulation and Supervision: Overcoming Coordination Challenges?
Person:  Ms. Robalino Maria Imelda Work Country: Belgium 
Paper:  Coordination of Public Policies through Coordination Ministries: The Case of Ecuador during the Presidency of Rafael Correa
Person:  Mrs. Sarapuu Kylli Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Core Executive in Central and Eastern Europe: Planning Government Work in Estonia
Person:  Mr. Vass Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Public Policy Process and the Interests and Actors Around
Panel: Innovation and Growth in a Smart Public Sector – Grassroots Best practice
Person:  Mr. Dumitrica Catalin Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Preparing Local Governments for Data Protection Reform in Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Latvia, Romania and Slovakia
Person:  Mr. Popa Octavian Daniel Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Developing Quality and Cost Standards for Public Services in Romania
Person:  Ms. Radulescu Crina Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Erasmus+ projects in Romanian universities - Case study from NSPSPA
Person:  Mr. Saqib Naqibullah Work Country: Afghanistan 
Paper:  Impact of Globalization on Rights to education (learning methods) in Afghanistan
Panel: The Impact of Behavioral Economics on Policy-Making
Person:  Ms. Ianole-Calin Rodica Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Using Behavioral Economics Insights for Better Decision-Making within the Healthcare System in Romania
Person:  Ms. Ianole-Calin Rodica Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Regulating the Urban Commons: Using Behavioral Insights for Mechanism Design – A Romanian Case Study
Person:  Mr. Lazar Sebastian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Taxes and General Public Services. An Empirical Investigation
Panel: Management and Leadership in the Public Sector
Person:  Mrs. Cojocaru Camelia Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Transferring University Research to Innovation Hubs - A Managerial Approach
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