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Public Management Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe

Geert Bouckaert, Juraj Nemec, Vitalis Nakrosis, Gyorgy Hajnal, Kristiina Tonnisson

Date: 2009

ISBN: 978-80-89013-41-8

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This book provides an overview of countries in transition – some are part of the EU, others are not (yet). Even if starting positions, sizes, economic capacities and political directions are quite different, there is some geographical and historical commonality. If there is one indicator to consider this book as ‘successful’, it is that peoplewill read it to know what goes on beyond the broader lines, and that this exercise will be replicated in another, let’s say, ten years. Then this study will be part of a collective scientific memory – a European memory for the future. The country studies presented in the main body of this book provide comprehensive information about public administration and public management reforms in selected states of Central and Eastern Europe. The tries to summarise the main findings and formulate some conclusions from the point of view of the main idea of this book.


 

Contents

About the Authors..............................................................................................7

Preface................................................................................................................. 11

Public Sector Reform in CEE Countries: AnIntroduction

Geert Bouckaert....................................................................................................13

Chapter1

Public Management Reforms:Armenia

Vache Gabrielyan, GayaneSelimyan .........

27

Chapter2

Public Management Reforms: CzechRepublic

Petr Fanta, Markéta Šumpíková Fantová, FrantišekOchrana .

55

Chapter3

Public Management Reforms:Estonia

Kristiina Tõnnisson and Tiina Randma-Liiv.

93

Chapter4

Public Management Reforms:Hungary

GyörgyHajnal.............................................

.........121


Chapter5

Public Management Reforms:Kazakhstan

Dinazat Kassymova, Colin Knox and MeirzhanMashan .

...151


Chapter6

Public Management Reforms:Kyrgyzstan

Nuripa Mukanova, DamirBisembin.............

........173


Chapter7

Public Management Reforms:Latvia

Inga Bite Perceva...................................

...........201


Chapter8

Public Management Reforms:Lithuania

Vitalis Nakrošis.............................................

225

Chapter9

Public Management Reforms:Poland

Marek Debicki, Anetta Jaxa Debicka.....

...........245


Chapter 10

Public Management Reforms:Romania

Calin Hintea...............................................

..........271


Chapter 11

Public Management Reforms:Slovakia

JurajNemec................................................

..........287


Chapter12

Public Management Reforms:Ukraine

Tatyana Malyarenko, Volodymyr Salamatov.

.........317


Chapter13

Public Management Reforms in CEE: LessonsLearned

JurajNemec.............................................................................

343

Index..................................................................................................................373



 

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