The 27th 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

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...Sessions were interesting, scholars were engaging and all the social events were amazing!

B.K., Kazakhstan, 26th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2018, Iasi

Excellent organization, excellent food. Compliments to the organizers, they did a wonderful job!

V.J., Netherlands, 26th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2018, Iasi

...I must say that the PhD pre-conference seminar was the most useful seminar of my life. Very well...

K.V., Czech Republic, 26th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2018, Iasi

... I would even argue that they are the very best - both in terms of scientific content and also entertainment…

P.W., Denmark, 26th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2018, Iasi

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 27th NISPAcee Annual Conference


Main Conference Theme
Person:  Mrs. Bobková Jaroslava Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  NGO Engagement in the United Nations and its Impact on the International System
Person:  Ms. Dogaru (Cruceanu) Tatiana-Camelia Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Implementing RIA in Policy-making in Romania … Still under construction!
Person:  Mr. Esien Eddy Bruno Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Contracting-out the Job Search Assistance and Counseling Service for Young Third Country Immigrant Employment-Related Transition and the Role of Public Employment Service and Private Employment Agencies in CEE Countries: A Comparison of Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland
Person:  Mr. Kotnik Žiga Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The Role and Significance of Strategic and Normative Factors in Public Policy Design and Implementation in Slovenia: A Content Analysis
Person:  Mr. Nakrosis Vitalis Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  The Operation of Advisory Systems within Varying Political and Economic Contexts: The Case of the Lithuanian Sunset Commission
Person:  Mr. Obolonsky Alexander Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Re-establishment of Peoples Trust in the Public Sector as a Basic Pre-condition for Sustainable Development
Person:  Ms. Raudla Ringa Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Financial Bureaucrats of Europe: Comparative Analysis of their Attitudes towards Policy-making
Person:  Ms. Staronova Katarina Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Individual Performance Appraisal in the Western Balkans: Civil Service Professionalisation or Bureacratic Facade?
Person:  Ms. Szakos Judit Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Network Facilitating Innovation Policy – The Case of the Hungarian Cyber Security Ecosystem
Person:  Ms. Travasoni Silvia Work Country: Italy 
Paper:  Whose Security are we talking about? The Concept of Security is Hindering, rather than Enhancing, EU Policy-Making as far as Migration Issues are concerned
Person:  Ms. Vukic Almedina Work Country: Montenegro 
Paper:  Towards more Evidence-based Policy-making in Montenegro in the Context of the Advanced Stage of EU Accession Negotiations
General Session
Person:  Mr. Faisal Muhammad Work Country: Pakistan 
Paper:  Antecedent and Outcomes of feeling trusted and Psychological Safety: A Serially Mediated Model
Person:  Mr. Fuller Donald Work Country: Armenia 
Paper:  Institutions and their Importance
Person:  Ms. Helland Hege Stein Work Country: Norway 
Paper:  In the Best Interests of the Child: An Analysis of Judgements on Involuntary Adoption in the Norwegian Judicial System
Person:  Mr. Moldovan Bogdan Andrei Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Urban – Rural Differences in the Economic Resilience of Romania’s North-West Region Communities
Person:  Ms. Petrosyan Laura Work Country: Armenia 
Paper:  Devising a Method for Studying the Social and Psychological Maturity of Specialists
Person:  Mr. Sapryka Viktor Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Transforming Public Administration in Turbulent Times: the Case Study of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus
Person:  Mrs. Stepanyan Anush Work Country: Armenia 
Paper:  The Role of the Values System in Professional Activity
Person:  Mr. Volacu Alexandru Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Should CEE Countries Introduce Compulsory Voting as an Electoral Policy?
PhD Pre-conference Seminar
Person:  Ms. Ajanović Hovnik Sanja Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Effectiveness of the Active Labour Market Policy on Employment Incentives or is there Time to take into Consideration the Universal Basic Income?
Person:  Mrs. Angelovska Olga Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  A Multiple Stream Approach and Understanding Resistance and Change: the Case of Czech Hospitals
Person:  Mr. Esien Eddy Bruno Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  How is the Role of Public Employment Service and Non-state Employment Service Actors Institutionalised under the Employment Act to enable Young Third Country Immigrants Employment Related Transition? The Case of the Czech Republic
Person:  Ms. Gončiarova Natalja Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Interaction of Public Professionals-Civil Servants and Citizens-Clients while Implementing Public Policy
Person:  Ms. Issabayeva Symbat Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Cyber Security Issues in Digital Kazakhstan
Person:  Mr. Kasal Alexandr Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Implementation Barriers in the Czech Mental Health Care Sector – What are the Obstacles to Overcome to Bridge the Evidence-practice Gap?
Person:  Mr. Lamovšek Nejc Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Use of Cross-efficiency Method on the Example of Primary Health Care Biomedical Laboratories in Slovenia
Person:  Ms. Ndiaye Sokhna Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Barriers and Opportunities of Strategic Governance of Higher Education in West Africa: The Case of Senegal
Person:  Ms. Révészová Zuzana Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Co-creation and the Commons in Culture-led Urban Development
Pre-conference Seminar "How to Write a Good Policy Paper”
Person:  Mrs. Carausan Mihaela Victorita Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Human Rights Protection through Public Policy Design and Analysis
Person:  Mr. Esien Eddy Bruno Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Transparency, Contract Management, Ethical Standard, and Open Competition: In Local Government Units Contracting-out of Case Management Service Delivery
Person:  Mr. Krivorotko Yuri Work Country: Belarus 
Paper:  Participatory Budgeting in Belarus: Checking of Possibilities for Decentralized Cooperation
Person:  Mr. Lielpeters Eduards Work Country: Latvia 
Paper:  Networked Individualism and Citizens Participation: Is it a Challenge for Public Administration in Latvia?
Person:  Ms. Szakos Judit Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Network Facilitating Innovation Policy – The Case of the Hungarian Cyber Security Ecosystem
Capacity Building Workshop "Evidence-based Policy Making in the European Integration Context”
Person:  Mrs. Bauer Lilla Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Role of volunteering in Developing Cultural and Educational Opportunities – benefits of American and Hungarian experiences
Person:  Mrs. Darida Zsuzsa Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Can we be Satisfied with what is Obligatory? Focusing on the Satisfaction Results of the Training System of Public Administration
Person:  Mr. Esien Eddy Bruno Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Transparency, Contract Management, Ethical Standard, and Open Competition: In local Government Units Contracting-out of Case Management Service Delivery
Person:  Mr. Mukherjee Sovik Work Country: India 
Paper:  Re-thinking the Importance of Equity Principles in Carbon Emissions Policy for the Future : An Empirical Narration for India vs. European Union
Person:  Ms. Vukic Almedina Work Country: Montenegro 
Paper:  New Legal and Institutional Framework as Tools for Fostering Evidence-based Strategic planning in Montenegro
WG1: Local Government
Person:  Mrs. Bajnok Andrea Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Social Media Use at the Local Level: Challenges of the Adoption Process in Hungary
Person:  Mr. Bakoš Eduard Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Local Officials Concerns of Inter-Municipal Cooperation in the Czech Republic
Person:  Mr. Basu Amitava Work Country: India 
Paper:  Partnership between Local Government & Community
Person:  Mr. Busko Tibor Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Local Public Service Management in Contemporary Hungary - From a Local Government Point of View
Person:  Mr. Ćwiklicki Marek Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  The Organisational Resource Capacity and ISO 9001 QMS Implementation in Local Government in Poland
Person:  Mrs. Dobric Jambrovic Dana Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  Under the Radar? Mapping Local Agencies in Croatia
Person:  Mrs. Dvorakova Petra Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Fiscal Responsibility at the Municipal Level – Case Study of the Czech Republic
Person:  Ms. Grdinic Maja Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  Analysis of Fiscal and Tax Autonomy of Local Government Units in selected EU-13 member States
Person:  Mrs. Hejzlarova Eva Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Financial Aid above the Legal Standard at the Municipal Level: Case Study of the Influence of Civil Servants on Policy Design
Person:  Mr. Jaekel Tim Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Pay Dissatisfaction amongst Municipal Employees: Empirical Evidence from Russia’s Stavropol Region
Person:  Mrs. Jakubek-Lalik Jowanka Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  What are the Limits of Local Government’s Competences? Polish Municipalities between the Grasping Central Government and Unsympathetic Administrative Courts
Person:  Mrs. Jelinkova Marie Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  The Local Integration of Migrants: Experiences and Perspectives
Person:  Ms. Kalcheva Desislava Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Study of Local Investment — Change and Sources of Financing: The Case of Bulgaria and Macedonia
Person:  Mr. Klaric Mirko Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  New Perspectives in Development of Local Self-Government in Croatia
Person:  Mr. Kopyciński Piotr Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  City Lab: Limiting Local Democracy or Emphasizing the Importance of Representative Democracy?
Person:  Ms. Kovacs Eva Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Mapping the facilitators and obstacles of Inter- Municipal Cooperation: Systematic Qualitative Analyses in Hungary
Person:  Mrs. Lazauskienė Aistė Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Motives for Inter-municipal Cooperation: Evidence from Lithuania
Person:  Mr. Lupu Dan Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Local Communities Resilience Drivers - A CEE Country Case Study
Person:  Ms. Nemcova Lucie Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Conflict, Crisis, Collapse: Wavering Urban Governments in the Czech Republic
Person:  Mrs. Shumanovska-Spasovska Ivana Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Paper:  The Need for Affirmation of the Mechanisms for Active Participation of Citizens in the Crеаtion and Implementation of Local Policies
Person:  Ms. Siket Judit Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Essence of Local Public Affairs: What can be Considered as Local? Following Contemporary Local Self-government Changes in Hungary
Person:  Mr. Skarica Mihovil Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  Relations between Local and County Government in Croatia: Cooperation and Competition in Europeanization Context
Person:  Mr. Sloboda Matus Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Determinants of Competitiveness in Mayoral Elections in Slovakia
Person:  Ms. Sobis Iwona Work Country: Sweden 
Paper:  Bracketing Democracy: A Comparison of Frames used to Demarcate Democracy
Person:  Ms. Taylor-Collins Emma Work Country: United Kingdom 
Paper:  At the Tipping Point? Welsh Councils’ Perceptions of Austerity
Person:  Mr. Wilk Bartosz Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  The Role of Local Self-government in Implementing the Local Initiative as a Form of Public Services Co-production
WG2: E-government
Person:  Mr. Decman Mitja Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Co-governance at the Local Level: An Analysis of the Citizens Suggestion Service in the Slovenian Municipality of Ljubljana
Person:  Mr. Erdosi Peter Mate Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Comparative Analysis and Measurement of Electronic Signatures Created by Notaries in Europe
Person:  Ms. Issabayeva Symbat Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Cyber Security Issues in Digital Kazakhstan
Person:  Mr. Laposa Tamas Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Maturity of E-portals: Evaluation of the eCohesion Research
Person:  Mr. Nemeslaki Andras Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Sid Meyer´s Civilization and Simulating Technology-society Policy Making: a Case Study of using Computer Games to Engage Students in Learning about Public Administration
Person:  Mr. Pisz Maciej Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Voting via Internet in the Polish Legal System: From Policy Design to Policy Practice
Person:  Mrs. Seimuskane Lilita Work Country: Latvia 
Paper:  Networked Individualism and Citizens Participation: Is it a Challenge for Public Administration in Latvia?
Person:  Mr. Spacek David Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Digitisation of Core E-government Services for Citizens - The Case of Selected CEE Countries
Person:  Mr. Wawrzyniec Rudolf Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Communication of Brand Personality by CEE Cities - International Study of Municipal Activities in Social Media
WG3: Public Administration Reform in CEE and CA
Person:  Mr. Berceanu Ionut-Bogdan Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Adapting the European Immigration Policy in the Context of the Migration Pressure
Person:  Ms. Dolidze Nino Work Country: Georgia 
Paper:  Modernisation of HR Management Practices in Georgian Public Organisations in the Prism of the New Law on Civil Service
Person:  Mr. Gellen Marton Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Story of a Decade of Centralisation in Hungary. Framing the Current Public Administration and Public Policy Development Path
Person:  Mr. Gocevski Dragan Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Paper:  Efficiency of the Second Instance Administrative Commissions and the Administrative Courts in the Republic of Macedonia
Person:  Mrs. Janenova Saltanat Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Open Government in Central Asia: Lessons for Developing Societies
Person:  Ms. Junjan Veronica Work Country: Netherlands 
Paper:  European Semester Monitoring Effects on the Implementation in EU Member States
Person:  Mr. Kapoguzov Evgeny Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Perception of Strategic Institutional Changes by One-Stop-Shop staff: The Case of Omsk
Person:  Mr. Kroukamp Hendri Work Country: South Africa 
Paper:  South Africa s Local Government Service Delivery Woes in Respect of Policy Implementation Challenges: Lessons from the South
Person:  Mr. Kurmanov Bakhytzhan Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Local Drive for Optimisation of Public Services in Post-Soviet Transition Settings: The Case of Kazakhstan.
Person:  Mr. Obolonsky Alexander Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Ethical Liberal Values vs. the Soviet Administrative Heritage: The Drama of the Russian Transit
Person:  Mr. Radu Liviu Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Historical and Future Perspective on Public Administration Reforms in Countries from Central and Eastern Europe
Person:  Mr. Ropret Marko Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Consolidating the State of the Art post-NPM Literature: A Bibliometric Approach
Person:  Mr. Sandén Johan Work Country: Sweden 
Paper:  How (quasi-)marketization evolve over Time - the Case of Georgian Debt Enforcement
Person:  Mr. Ticlau Tudor Cristian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Role of Leadership in Community Resilience
Person:  Ms. Vyrostova Eva Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Public Administration Reforms within the EU Funds Management System in Slovakia and Hungary
Person:  Ms. Zankina Emilia Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Public Administration Reform in Bulgaria: The EU Funding Effect on Policy Dynamics and Priorities
Person:  Mr. Zanko Tigran Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Reorganization of Federal Executive Authorities: Comparative Analysis of Russia and the USA
WG4: Inter-regional Cooperation and Development
Person:  Ms. Andreeva Lyubimka Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Inter-regional Cooperation in the Energy Sector: The Case of Electricity Markets in the Balkans
Person:  Mr. Barabashev Alexey Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Vertical and Horizontal Inter-regional Cooperation in Russian Civil Service Best Practices Distribution
Person:  Ms. Eckardt Martina Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The EGTC as a new Tool for Inter-regional and Cross-border Cooperation – A Quantitative Analysis
Person:  Mrs. Jaansoo Annika Work Country: Netherlands 
Paper:  Key Characteristics of Sub-national Cross-border Cooperation in Europe: Three Types of European Geo-political Contexts Compared
Person:  Mr. Mikalauskas Arvydas Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Inter-municipal cooperation in Lithuania: the dilemma of compatibility between local and regional benefits
Person:  Mr. Yefremov Alexey Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Regulatory Competition in the Digital Economy of the Eurasian Economic Union
Person:  Mrs. Zaytseva Tatiana Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Regional Collaboration Centres as Platforms for Sharing the Best HRM Practices between the Regions of the Russian Federation
WG5: Public Finance and Public Financial Management
Person:  Mr. Aristovnik Aleksander Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Analysis of Administrative Barriers for SMEs in the Field of Tax Compliance: A Data Mining Approach
Person:  Mrs. Godarova Jana Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Is the Non-take-up Problem present in the Czech Republic?
Person:  Mrs. Klun Maja Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Rationalisation of Spending Public Resources in Healthcare: Example of Laboratory Services in Slovenia
Person:  Mr. Krivorotko Yuri Work Country: Belarus 
Paper:  Participatory Budgeting in Belarus: Checking of Possibilities for Decentralised Cooperation
Person:  Mr. Lados Mihaly Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Effects of Changing Financial Transfers on Local Taxation
Person:  Mr. Li Chen Work Country: Hong Kong Special Adm. Region of China 
Paper:  Governing China's National Champions: Financialisation and Corporate Governance in China's Central State Enterprise Sector
Person:  Mr. Mukherjee Sovik Work Country: India 
Paper:  Tax Incidence of Two-Sided Monopoly Platforms
Person:  Mr. Nemec Juraj Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Pros and Cons of the e-Procurement Market in Slovakia
Person:  Mr. Novoszath Peter Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Regulation and Role of State Subsidies in Domestic Automotive Investments in Hungary
Person:  Ms. Nyikos Gyorgyi Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Consequences of Public Procurement Irregularities in Hungary
Person:  Ms. Nyikos Gyorgyi Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Economic Effects of Public and Private Sources
Person:  Mr. Ravselj Dejan Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The Impact of Public Support on Firms’ R&D Investment: Evidence from Slovenia
Person:  Mrs. Sedmihradska Lucie Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Rational Mayors Call: "Do Not Close Registry Offices!"
Person:  Mr. Slukhai Sergii Work Country: Ukraine 
Paper:  Ukrainian Local Budget Transparency: Challenges of Fiscal Decentralisation
Person:  Mrs. Sumpikova Marketa Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Factors Influencing the Length and Outcomes of Public Procurement Review in the Czech Republic
Person:  Mr. Tyutyuryukov Vladimir Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  The Efficiency of Regional Government Expenditure in the Russian Federation
Person:  Mr. Vertesy Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Debt Management of Local Governments in the EU Countries
Person:  Mr. Viktora Martin Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Innovation in the Economic Processes of the Court Administration of the Czech Republic
Person:  Ms. Vysotckaya Valeriia Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Еffectiveness of Quantitative Restrictions of the Russian Federation Imported Goods as a Measure of State Regulation
WG6: Evidence-Based Public Policy Making
Person:  Ms. Amoako Martha Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Beliefs or Policy? Assessing Child Marriage and the Case of Public Policy Failure in Nigeria
Person:  Mrs. Angelovska Olga Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  A Multiple Stream Approach and Understanding Resistance and Change: the Case of Czech Hospitals
Person:  Mr. Barnes David Work Country: United States 
Paper:  Quantifying Culture: Techniques for Including Cultural Evidence in Policy Analysis
Person:  Mr. Bobylev Sergey Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Public Administration and Sustainable Development Goals: The Russian Context
Person:  Mr. Bojtor András Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Synergies of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Good State and Governance Report in Hungary
Person:  Mr. Bozso Gabor Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Challenges of Impact Assessment on the Development of Public Administration in Hungary:The Case of Good Governance Indicators
Person:  Mrs. Carausan Mihaela Victorita Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Co-creation in Public Policy – An Attempt to Design an Eastern European Model
Person:  Mrs. Costa Maria Work Country: Brazil 
Paper:  Fare Policies for Public Transportation in the State of Ceará (Brazil)
Person:  Ms. Dobaczewska Anna Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Electromobility in Poland: From Strategy Building to Practice
Person:  Ms. Dolidze Nino Work Country: Georgia 
Paper:  Participation of Non-State Actors in the Process of Regional Development Policy
Person:  Mr. Dvorak Jaroslav Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  The Sweden Model of Information Exchange and Partnership between Stakeholders: The Case of Postal Workers
Person:  Mrs. Ferranti Francesca Work Country: Netherlands 
Paper:  Increasing Reliance on Energy Wood? A Case Study on Policy-Practice Interface in Selected European Countries
Person:  Ms. Jokhadze Natia Work Country: Georgia 
Paper:  Public Policy on Accessibility of Higher Education - Policy Declarations and Reality in Georgia
Person:  Mr. Kasal Alexandr Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  A Systematic Literature Review as a Tool for informing Evidence-based Policy-making
Person:  Mr. Kilievych Olexandr Work Country: Ukraine 
Paper:  Evidence-based Policy Analysis in the Digital Era: Cases of Developing Countries
Person:  Mrs. Lazarevic Milena Work Country: Serbia 
Paper:  Civil Society in the Western Balkans and the Public Administration Reform Sandwich Strategy
Person:  Mr. Lovlie Audun Work Country: Norway 
Paper:  Justifying the Child’s Best Interest - A Comparison of Court Decisions in Norwegian Child Protection Cases of Violence in Migrant and Non-Migrant Families
Person:  Mrs. Lvova Olga Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Comparative Analysis of Public Crisis Management Programmes in Russia
Person:  Mrs. Radu Bianca Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Empirical Insights into the Decision-making Process at Municipal and County Level in Romania
Person:  Mr. Rustemi Agron Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Paper:  Social Awareness on Floods and its Management
Person:  Mrs. Soos Edit Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  State Reform and Public Administration in Hungary
Person:  Mr. Tertychka Valeriy Work Country: Ukraine 
Paper:  Stakeholder Analysis in the Practice of the New Civil Service of Ukraine
WG7: Public Administration Education
Person:  Mr. Banasik Przemysław Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Action Research: Cooperation of Practitioners and Researchers for Knowledge Development in Public Organisations
Person:  Ms. Chernyak Tatyana Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Assessment of the Need for Public Servants in the Formation and Development of Anti-corruption Competencies in the Learning Process
Person:  Ms. Columban Alexandra Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Students’ Sense and Sensibilities. An Exploratory Study of Perceptions around Gender Equality and Violence against Women in Romania’s Largest University
Person:  Mrs. Darida Zsuzsa Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Can we be Satisfied with what is Compulsory?
Person:  Mr. Gajduschek Gyorgy Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Understanding the Specificity of Public Administration Education in the Region: Outline of a Theoretical Frame
Person:  Mr. Hintea Calin Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Strategic Challenges for Public Administration Education
Person:  Mrs. Janenova Saltanat Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Challenges of Teaching Public Administration in the Post-soviet Region
Person:  Ms. Keržič Damijana Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Text Mining Method in the Analysis of Peer Observation Notes of Teaching in Public Administration Study Programmes
Person:  Mr. Kotnik Žiga Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Improving Teaching within Public Administration Courses: Advances in Classroom Using Peer Assisted Learning
Person:  Mr. Meek Jack Work Country: United States 
Paper:  Implementing UN SDGs in Subnational Institutions: The Role of Schools of Public Administration and Affairs
Person:  Ms. Menshova Vera Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Designing a Masters Programme "Personnel–management in Public Administration Bodies": From Challenge to Realisation
Person:  Mr. Moldovan Octavian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Academic Resilience of Public Administration Students
Person:  Ms. Morawska Sylwia Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Action Research - Cooperation of Practitioners and Researchers for Knowledge Development in Public Organisations
Person:  Ms. Nurlybaeva Goulya Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  The Development of Foreign Language Professional Competencies of Public Administration Students
Person:  Ms. Pavelea Alina Maria Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Why Some Fail and Others Succeed? Explaining the Academic Performance of PA Undergraduate Students
Person:  Mr. Sedlacko Michal Work Country: Austria 
Paper:  Changing the Public Sector through Digital Learning Environments? E-Portfolios and Teaching Public Administration
Person:  Mrs. Utkina Valeriya Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Why do Ghanaian and Russian Women Study Public Administration?
Person:  Mrs. Vorontchuk Inesa Work Country: Latvia 
Paper:  Education in the Context of Globalisation and Technological Changes: Issues of Skills and Competencies in Training Programmes
WG8: Non-Governmental Organizations in Central and Eastern Europe
Person:  Ms. Abdelhafez Dina Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  The Same Tasks but Different Ways to Solve Social Problems - Cooperation Between NGOs and Local Government: Comparative Analyses of the Czech and Polish Experiences
Person:  Ms. Boyart-Bienenfeld Amelia Work Country: Belgium 
Paper:  The Effects of Donor Funding on the Sustainability of Central and Eastern European CSOs: the Example of the EEA and Norway Grants
Person:  Mr. Brezovar Nejc Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Stakeholder Engagement for Better Regulation of the NGO Sector - Positive Experience from Slovenia
Person:  Ms. Brovdiy Yana Work Country: Belgium 
Paper:  Role of NGOs in the Pushback against Fake News: Experience of Ukraine, Czech Republic and Estonia
Person:  Ms. Columban Alexandra Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  From Silent Witness to Vocal Advocate. The Role of Civil Society Organisations in Promoting Gender Equality and Combatting Violence Against Women and Girls in Post-2010 Romania
Person:  Ms. Grigore Ana-Maria Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  From Local Service Delivery to Advocacy in the European Union: Are Romanian NGO’s Stretched Too Thin?
Person:  Mrs. Kender-Jeziorska Iga Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Collaborative Governance in Illiberal Democracies: A Comparative Case Study of the Drug Harm Reduction Policy in East-central Europe.
Person:  Ms. Kolomycew Anna Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Partners or Figureheads? Non-public Actors in Deliberative Decision-making in Polish Cities
Person:  Ms. Luciani Laura Work Country: Belgium 
Paper:  (In)compatible Partners? The EUs and Local Civil Societies Framing of Human Rights Promotion in the South Caucasus
Person:  Mr. Luntumbue Valentin Work Country: Belgium 
Paper:  The European Institutions and Roma Rights Advocacy: Understanding NGO-IO Partnerships through the Lens of Identity Theory
Person:  Ms. Lutoshkina Svetlana Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Market Orientation of Social Service Delivery in Russia
Person:  Mr. Makunyi Paul Mugambi Work Country: Kenya 
Paper:  The State and Civil Society in Hungary: Prospects and Reforms and Implications on Citizen Engagement
Person:  Ms. Mathe Reka Zsuzsanna Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Protest Movements in the European Multi-Polity: Emerging European Identity?
Person:  Ms. Sidor Monika Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  The Same Tasks but Different Ways to solve Social Problem by Cooperation between NGOs and Local Government Comparative analyses for the Czech and Polish Experiences (for Homelessness Problem)
Person:  Ms. Trei Mariliis Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  The Evolvement of NGOs in the Field of Refugee Policy in Estonia
Person:  Mr. Villanueva Prince Aian Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Pathways to corruption in Central Eastern Europe and Eurasia: A Fuzzy-sets Qualitative Comparative analysis
Panel: The Rule of Law & Public Administration
Person:  Mrs. Balogh-Bekesi Nora Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Realisation of the Principle of a Fair Procedure in Hungary
Person:  Mrs. Bobyleva Alla Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  The Bankruptcy Law and its Enforcement in Russia
Person:  Ms. Bucatariu Gabriela Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Effectiveness of Internal Administrative Appeals in Romania. Good Legislative Intentions but no Results?
Person:  Mr. Campbell Jesse Work Country: Republic of Korea 
Paper:  Performance Pay, Merit-based Recruitment and Corruption: Cross-country Evidence of a Conditional Effect
Person:  Mrs. Csatlos Erzsebet Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Rule of Law and the European Administration of Consular Protection
Person:  Mr. Dragos Dacian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Deepening the European Rule of Law Crisis: Romanian Public Administration and Judiciary’s Resilience under Pressure: Romania in the Footsteps of Hungary and Poland
Person:  Ms. Emrich-Bakenova Saule Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Challenging Administrative Action (Inaction) in Central Asia
Person:  Mrs. Farca  Laura Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  In-house Procurement in Romania from Exception to the Rule: Implications for the Rule of Law (Transparency, Accountability)
Person:  Mr. Florano Ebinezer Work Country: Philippines 
Paper:  When Governments Choose not to do: The Case of the Anti-Drug War of the Duterte Administration
Person:  Mr. Gajduschek Gyorgy Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Support for the Rule of Law (RoL) and its Consequences for Governmental Functioning
Person:  Ms. Gončiarova Natalja Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  The Impact of Service Standardisation on Lithuanian Street-Level Bureaucracy
Person:  Ms. Janderova Jana Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  The Impact of Recent European Developments on the Operation of the Rule of Law Principle in the Czech Republic
Person:  Ms. Juhasz Ida Benedicte Work Country: Norway 
Paper:  Discretion, prediction and decision-making – an analysis of newborn child removals in the Norwegian County Social Welfare Board
Person:  Mrs. Kovac Polona Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The Rule of Law in Public Governance Models through Content Analysis of Selected Articles
Person:  Mrs. Krestovska Natalia Work Country: Ukraine 
Paper:  Rule of Law and Juvenile Justice in Ukraine
Person:  Ms. Krutzinna Jenny Work Country: Norway 
Paper:  The Child’s Right to Family Life: An Analysis of the European Court of Human Rights’ Reasoning on Adoption without Consent
Person:   McEwan-Strand Amy Work Country: Norway 
Paper:  The Principle of the Child’s Best Interest in Child Protection
Person:  Mrs. Menshikova Galina Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Formation of Аnti-corruption Integrity Standards (An Example of the Russian Federation)
Person:  Mr. Moldovan Octavian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Effectiveness and Efficiency of Internal Administrative Appeals in Romania. Good Legislative Intentions but No Results?
Person:  Ms. Musa Anamarija Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  For the Glory of the Rule of Law: Institutional and Procedural Guarantees of Access to Public Information in Seven CEE/SEE Countries
Person:  Mr. Pecaric Mirko Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Public Institutions and Legal Principles - Who Determines Whom?
Person:  Ms. Pollak Kitti Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The Rule of Law and Administrative Justice in Hungary
Person:  Ms. Sever Tina Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Voluntary Tax Compliance in Slovenia: A Path to Cooperation and Mutual Trust with Public Administration?
Person:  Mr. Stumpf Istvan Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Challenges of Rule of Law: Juristocracy, Deep State, Administrative State
Person:  Mr. Szescilo Dawid Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Independence of Regulatory Authorities under EU Law: Failed Attempt to Create Fourth Branch of Government?
Person:  Ms. Tudzarovska Gjorgjievska Emilija Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  The national parliaments and the fight against corruption: Why the parliamentary scrutiny matters?!
Person:  Mrs. Vrabie Mihaela Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Public Administration and EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. Legal Remedies in Case of Violation of EU Fundamental Rights by the National Administrative Authorities
Panel: Politico-Administrative Relations in CEE
Person:  Mr. Krajnak Samuel Work Country: Belgium 
Paper:  Ministerial Advisers in Slovakia: Who are They? The Backgrounds and the Career Paths of the Ministerial Advisers in Slovakia
Person:  Ms. Staronova Katarina Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Functional or Party Politicisation of Top Civil Servants? Internal and External Recruitment Patterns in Slovak Ministries
Person:  Mrs. Vanyi Eva Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Pressure or Loyalty? Changeable Tendencies in the Top Civil Servant System in Hungary
Panel: Challenges in the Strategic Renewal of Public Administrations across Europe
Person:  Mr. Ferlie  Ewan Work Country: United Kingdom 
Paper:  Key Insights from a Literature Review on ‘Downwards Facing’ Models of Strategy in Public Agency Settings
Person:  Mrs. Jukic Tina Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector: Theoretical Background and Practical Implications
Person:  Mr. Jung YuHeng Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  The Inspiration from Open Government, Public Engagement and Agile Governance: A Case study of Tax E-filing System Reform in Taiwan
Person:  Mr. Ongaro Edoardo Work Country: United Kingdom 
Paper:  Exploring Strategy Making in ‘non-New Public Management’ Public Services Settings: The Case of European Union Agencies
Panel: Cultural Policy and Creativity for Smart Development in Central and Eastern Europe
Person:  Ms. Bobcheva Nadezhda Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Local Culture in the Global Context: Can Cultural Events Help Local Development? Evidence From Bulgaria
Person:  Ms. Pavelea Alina Maria Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Creative Class: Does it Hamper or Support the Regional Economic Resilience in Romania?
Person:  Mr. Pevcin Primoz Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  An Insight into Governance and Policy-making Dimensions of the Smart City Concept from the CEE Perspective
Person:  Ms. Révészová Zuzana Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Co-creation and the Commons in Culture-led Urban Development
Person:  Mrs. Sebova Miriam Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  European Capital of Culture: How it can Change the Cultural Participation in the Hosted City.
Person:  Mr. Tóth Marcell László Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Smart City Report from Hungary
Person:  Ms. Vitalisova Katarina Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Creative Potential in the Cities and its Exploitation in Sustainable Development in Slovakia
Panel: Public Value as a Guiding Principle for Governance
Person:  Mr. Ćwiklicki Marek Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Understanding Public Value through its Instruments
Person:  Mr. Meek Jack Work Country: United States 
Paper:  Creating Public Value through Building Network Sustainability
Person:  Ms. Pegan Andreja Work Country: United Kingdom 
Paper:  Public Value at the European Level: Unpacking Cohesion Policy
Person:  Mr. Sedlacko Michal Work Country: Austria 
Paper:  Public Value Management and Public Administration Traditions: An Analysis
Panel: Public Service Reform in the Post-Soviet Countries
Person:  Mr. Jahija Jahi Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Paper:  Creating a Top Management Service in Macedonia
Person:  Mrs. Janenova Saltanat Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Trajectories of Civil Service Development in the Former Soviet Union Countries
Person:  Mr. Khalilov Bahram Work Country: Azerbaijan 
Paper:  Development Directions in Civil Service in the Republic of Azerbaijan
Person:  Mr. Khassen Zhandos Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Public Service Reform in Kazakhstan
Person:  Mr. Torogeldiev Zamir Work Country: Kyrgyzstan 
Paper:  Stages of the Formation of Public Service in the Kyrgyz Republic
Person:  Ms. Yessimova Sholpan Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Digital Competencies for Civil Servants
Person:  Mrs. Yuldasheva Feruza Work Country: Uzbekistan 
Paper:  The Civil Service Reform in Uzbekistan
Panel: Behavioral Interventions in Public Sector
Person:  Mr. Mabsout Ramzi Work Country: Lebanon 
Paper:  The Ethics of Nudge: An Empirical Assessment
Person:  Mr. Pavlovský Patrik Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Is Nudging Legitimate Public Policy? Practical and Conceptual Challenges to Legitimacy of Nudging as a Public Policy
Person:  Mr. Pavlovský Patrik Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  How Reminders to Debtors on a Local Tax Affects their Behavior? The Field Experiment from Slovak City Prievidza
Person:  Mr. Pavlovský Patrik Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Nudging an Online Communication with City Office: Field Experiment from Prievidza, Slovakia
Person:  Mr. van Bavel René Work Country: Spain 
Paper:  Behavioural Insights for EU Policy-Making