The 29th 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

The 28th NISPAcee Annual Conference cancelled

Excellent conference. I really enjoyed the papers, speakers, schedule and location and great staff!

D.B., United States, 27th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2019, Prague

...relating to public administration and policy. Good opportunities for networking.

N.D., Georgia, 27th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2019, Prague

Excellent participants, argument-driven discussions, impartial and supportive Chairs in the Working Group.

D.G., Republic of North Macedonia, 27th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2019, Prague

...to detail and I really enjoyed the supportive and encouraging atmosphere there. Thank you!

R.B., Lithuania, 27th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2019, Prague

...both in terms of academic quality and logistics, and also social events. It was a true joy.

E.Z., Bulgaria, 27th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2019, Prague

...The special programmes were really excellent and we took home many varied experiences.

P.N., Hungary, 27th NISPAcee Annual Conference 2019, Prague

...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 29th NISPAcee Annual Conference


Main Conference Theme
Person:  Mrs. Bitoiu Ioana Teodora Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Avoiding failure through cooperation may lead to asymmetries. EU’s goals and Nagorno-Karabakh
Person:  Ms. Bortkevičiūtė Rasa Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Building resilience in the public sector through collaborative governance: lessons from the management of the COVID-19 pandemic in Lithuania
Person:  Ms. Eckardt Martina Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Municipal debt crisis and the adoption of Participatory Budgeting – an empirical analysis for Germany
Person:  Ms. Fridayani Helen Dian Work Country: Taiwan Province of China 
Paper:  COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE BASED ON THE PENTAHELIX STAKEHOLDER APPROACH TO OVERCOMING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
(Case Study: DKI Jakarta)
Person:  Ms. Gasiorowska Adela Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Representativeness, randomness and transparency in citizens’ assembly’s selection processes
Person:  Ms. Koller Boglárka Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Politicisation of the Public Space and Narrative Politics in Contemporary Hungary
Person:  Ms. Kurbanova Ganna Work Country: Portugal 
Paper:  The development of integrated strategies in the public administration of smart cities: models and metrics of future urban transformation based on examples of the southern European cities.
Person:  Mr. Lovaszy Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Public consultation and social media - in the age of AI and BCI
Person:  Mrs. Raluca Voinea Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Rural Leaders to support the “Women as agents of change in rural communities”. Progress report of the SEE Project
Person:  Mr. Vidacak Igor Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  Factors influencing the effectiveness of central government e-consultation portals as tools of citizen engagement and empowerment in policy making
Person:  Mr. Volodin Dmytro Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Enhancing democratic innovations: a comparative study of Poland and Ukraine
Open Session
Person:  Mr. ABLORH PAUL Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Performance Measurement and Management in Health Care Systems:
Comparative analysis of the UK, Italy and France
Person:  Mrs. Akobia Eka Work Country: Georgia 
Paper:  Public Administration in Countries in Conflict
The Case of Georgia
Person:   Corbett Jack Work Country: United Kingdom 
Paper:  The core executive and small states: Is coordination the primary challenge?
Person:  Ms. Dahlvik Julia Work Country: Austria 
Paper:  Exploring public values in the work of an ombuds institution: empirical findings from the Austrian case
PhD Pre-conference Seminar
Person:  Mrs. Mar Špela Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Public servants' extended availability for home-based work outside working hours during the first COVID-19 epidemic (SARS-CoV-2)
Person:  Mr. Maulana Rio Yusri Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Building Trust Through Collaboration: An Overview of Digital Government in Indonesian Inclusive Policies.
Person:  Mr. Molnar Peter Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Electronic administration at the local level in Hungary at the time of pandemic
Person:  Mr. Nõmmik Steven Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Effects of cross-organisational collaborative management practices in fostering ICT-based innovation: the Case of the Estonian Employment Registry
Person:  Ms. Novikova Anastasiia Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  National identity as a component of Nation Brand. A Comparison of Hungary and Russia
Person:  Mrs. Tamás Alexandra Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Analysis of the robustness of efficiency information in public administration using data envelopment analysis: The case of the Hungarian State Treasury
Person:  Ms. Yezhova Anastasiia Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Looking for components of a benchmark municipal website: a comparative analysis
WG1: Local Government
Person:  Ms. Apostolou Janina Work Country: Germany 
Paper:  Municipal debt crisis and the adoption of Participatory Budgeting – an empirical analysis for Germany
Person:  Ms. Avagyan Meline Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Participatory Budgeting as a Social Innovation: Motives andOutcomes of Enactment /Based on the example of the city ofTartu/
Person:  Mrs. Baclija Irena Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Analyses of Municipal Fiscal Capacity in Slovenia: conclusion from largest research project on municipal revenues
Person:  Mr. Busko Tibor Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Re-thinking the Role of the Lower-Middle Level in Hungary
- from the Local Government Point of View –
Person:  Ms. Herendy Csilla Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Digital solutions for tourism and public administration: aspects for evolution, development from web 0 to web 3., and credible supplier choice
Person:  Ms. Herendy Csilla Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Digital solutions for tourism and public administration: aspects for evolution, development from web 0 to web 3., and credible supplier choice
Person:  Mr. Klimovsky Daniel Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  The First Decade of Participatory Budgeting in Slovakia: Drivers, Models, and Impacts
Person:  Mr. Klotz Péter Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Against the Tide? - Budget Transparency and Participatory Budgeting
in the Central European Capitals
Person:  Mrs. Lazauskienė Aistė Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Non-Electoral Representation at Local Level: The Case of Lithuania
Person:  Mr. Molnar Peter Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Electronic administration at the local level in Hungary at the time of pandemic
Person:  Mr. Mukherjee Sovik Work Country: India 
Paper:  Fiscal Decentralisation as a means to Poverty and Inequality reduction
: India’s Policy stance vis-à-vis the European Union in the New Millennium
Person:  Ms. Sobis Iwona Work Country: Sweden 
Paper:  Citizen participation in local public life, decision-making and development under the period of 2005 – 2020 across the EU member states: A literature review.
Person:  Mr. Swianiewicz Pawel Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Impact of municipal secessions on local democracy – summary of empirical findings
Person:  Mrs. Tóth Veronika Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Does information inspire action? On the relationship between climate change awareness and adequate response
Person:  Mr. Zakroczymski Stanislaw Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Models of Administrative Supervision of Local Government in Central and Eastern European Countries. – a typology
WG2: E-government
Person:  Mr. Aristovnik Aleksander Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the digital transformation of public administration: The case of Slovenian administrative units
Person:  Mr. Csótó Mihály Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Are we there yet? An evaluation of the current state of Hungarian eGovernment
Person:  Mrs. Cuglesan Natalia Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Local governance and Participatory Democracy. Experiments of digital participatory budgeting in Romania.
Person:  Mr. Debeljak Arian Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The analysis of digital maturity of government services and social connectivity of Slovenian urban municipalities
Person:  Mrs. Dobrolyubova Elena Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  COVID - 19 Pandemic as a Driver of Government Digital Transformation in Public Administration: The Case of Russia
Person:  Mr. Erdosi Peter Mate Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  THE VALIDATION AUTHORITY AND BIOMETRIC ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES
Person:  Mr. Gorski Maciej Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  E-health - Improving Efficiency of Healthcare System or Undermining Privacy? The Case of Poland
Person:  Mr. Iqbal Muhammad Work Country: Taiwan Province of China 
Paper:  Political Trust and E-Government Services Adoption in Indonesia
Person:  Mr. Laposa Tamas Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Public sector information in cohesion policy: background and European landscape
Person:  Mr. Lielpeters Eduards Work Country: Latvia 
Paper:  The presence of public administration in the digital environment and citizens digital participation in Latvia
Person:  Mr. Nemeslaki Andras Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  System Dynamics Modelling of Public ICT Platforms
Person:  Mr. Nemeslaki Andras Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Creating Public Policy Scenarios for Digital Transformation: Building and Validating Simulation Models
Person:  Mrs. Sokolova Ekaterina Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Smart cities and public values creation: The case of St. Petersburg
Person:  Mr. Türkmen Şeref Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  E-Devlet
Person:  Mr. Umek Lan Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  A bibliometric analysis of digital era governance research: An overview over the past two decades
Person:  Ms. Vrbek Sanja Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  A holistic digital approach to co-creation of public services
Person:  Mr. Żabiński Michał Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Smartphone and Preventive medicine in young adults. A systematic review.
WG3: Public Administration Reform in CEE and CA
Person:  Ms. Bolshakova Yuliya Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Friendly service interface as an essential feature of the institution of public service
Person:  Mrs. Dobrolyubova Elena Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Integrating Citizens Perspective in Evaluating Effectiveness of State Regulatory Enforcement and Inspections
Person:  Ms. Dolidze Nino Work Country: Georgia 
Paper:  Principle of Accountability and Establishment of Politically Neutral Civil Service in Georgia
Person:  Mr. Gellen Marton Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Centralization Revisited: Hungarian Experience with Civic Participation in Public Services in the Midst of the Pandemic
Person:  Ms. Junjan Veronica Work Country: Netherlands 
Paper:  Citizen participation and civic engagement in the digital era: where do we go now?
Person:  Mr. Kroukamp Hendri Work Country: South Africa 
Paper:  Innovation as mechanism to restore citizen's engagement and trust in government
Person:  Ms. Mahne Alenka Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Public administration development strategy in Slovenia and Croatia for the period 2015-2020: stakeholders’ participation and introduction of reforms in the field of intergenerational knowledge transfer
Person:  Ms. Nastaca Corina Cristiana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The impact of leadership on civil servants’ resilience
Person:  Mr. Nõmmik Steven Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Effects of cross-organisational collaborative management practices in fostering ICT-based innovation: the Case of the Estonian Employment Registry
Person:  Mr. Nõmmik Steven Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Effects of cross-organisational collaborative management practices in fostering ICT-based innovation: the Case of the Estonian Employment Registry
Person:  Mrs. Randma-Liiv Tiina Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Institutionalization of E-Participation: Comparing European Experiences
Person:  Ms. Statneckyte Simona Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  THE FIRST COVID-19 WAVE IN LITHUANIA: DID GOVERNMENT COLLABORATION
WITH INTERDEPENDENT ACTORS ALSO FALL ILL?
Person:  Mr. Sultani Farhad Work Country: Afghanistan 
Paper:  An Analytical Study of Administrative Reforms in the Post-Taliban Afghanistan
Person:  Mr. Türkmen Şeref Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Reform in Local Administrations: Presidential Government System and the Course of Central Local Relations in Turkey

WG4: Inter-regional and Cross-border Cooperation and Development
Person:  Ms. Andreeva Lyubimka Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Citizens' Engagement and Empowerment in the area of energy policy governance - the case with Bulgaria
Person:  Mr. Nemeslaki Andras Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Creating Public Policy Scenarios for Digital Transformation:
Building and Validating Simulation Models
Person:  Mr. Novoszath Peter Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  European Transport Investment in Eastern Central Europe within the CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) Transport Program, 2014-2019
Person:  Mr. Okruch Stefan Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Management and Governance of Territorial Cooperation within EGTCs: A Comparative Institutional Analysis
Person:  Ms. Rashica Viona Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Paper:  Ways of terminating the membership of states from international governmental organizations
Person:  Mr. Sasvari Peter Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  International research competitiveness of EAPAA and EMPA partner universities
Person:  Mr. Yefremov Alexey Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Experiments and regulatory sandboxes in public administration in Russia and the EAEU: assessment of efficiency and development prospects
Person:  Mrs. Zaytseva Tatiana Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Innovations in civil service through communities of practice with the use of new information technologies (Russian case)
WG5: Public Finance and Public Financial Management
Person:  Mr. Bato Mark Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Closure and Cohesion Policy Post 2020 in the Area of Financial Instruments
Person:  Ms. Bobcheva Nadezhda Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Fiscal Decentralisation and Metropolitan Governance in Bulgaria: A step further
Person:  Mr. Cajka Peter Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Impact of PBB on regional development in the conditions of the Slovak Republic.
Person:  Mrs. Čajková Andrea Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Performance Based Budgeting as a part of strategic management in local governments of Slovak Republic
Person:  Ms. Jovanovic Tatjana Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  ANALYSIS OF THE EFFORTS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF GOVERNMENT BUDGET TRANSPARENCY IN SLOVENIA
Person:  Mrs. Klun Maja Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  DETERMINANTS OF PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING IN SLOVENIAN MUNICIPALITIES
Person:  Mr. Krivorotko Yuri Work Country: Belarus 
Paper: 
Assessment of local budgets openness and transparency in Belarus
Person:  Mr. Lados Mihaly Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Effects of COVID-19 on Municipal Finance in Hungary
Person:  Mr. Nemec Juraj Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Health care procurement in Slovakia
Person:  Ms. Nyikos Gyorgyi Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Sustainable finance in Europe and in the USA
Person:  Mrs. Perapadzia Zhanna Work Country: Belarus 
Paper:  Budget literacy of the population in Belarus
Person:  Mr. Ravselj Dejan Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The role of auditing for public sector quality: A structural equation modelling approach
Person:  Mrs. Sedmihradska Lucie Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Did the Covid-19 pandemic change the course of fiscal decentralization in the Czech Republic?
Person:  Mr. Tyutyuryukov Vladimir Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Taxing personal income: do EAEU Member States ensure fairness and sustainability?
Person:  Mr. Vertesy Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Specialised Financial Institutions in Local Government Financing
WG6: Evidence-Based Public Policy Making
Person:  Mr. Ashade Oladimeji Work Country: South Africa 
Paper:  Collaborative governance and infrastructural development in developing countries: Analysing the challenges of community exclusion in public-private partnership projects in Nigeria
Person:  Mr. Bolshakov Sergey Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Problems of Project Management Implementation in the Region: Results of Sociological Research of Civil Servants
Person:  Mr. Bozso Gabor Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Use of Quality Function Deployment as Evaluation Framework to Better Understand Citizen Requirements in E-government Services
Person:  Mrs. Carausan Mihaela Victorita Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Romania Preparedness for Mobile Health in Pandemic Times: the Protection of Medical Information
Person:  Mr. Demir Fatih Work Country: Turkey 
Paper:  Evidence-based policy making: merits and challenges
Person:  Mr. Dvorak Jaroslav Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Lessons Learnt from Evidence-Based Participatory Budgeting in Lithuania: Case of EmPaci Project
Person:  Mr. Nemeslaki Andras Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Creating Public Policy Scenarios for Digital Transformation: Building and Validating Simulation Models
Person:  Mr. Riabtsev Gennadii Work Country: Ukraine 
Paper:  Implementation of international commitments of Ukraine in the oil sector: monitoring and evaluation results
Person:  Ms. Sidor Monika Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Municipal councilors - local politicians or local social activists
Person:  Mrs. Tamás Alexandra Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Analysis of the robustness of efficiency information in public administration using data envelopment analysis: The case of the Hungarian State Treasury
Person:  Mrs. Yashchenko Mariia Work Country: Ukraine 
Paper:  Preliminary evidence-based planning of health systems rebuilding and development in post-conflict settings
Person:  Mr. Zeynalov Rasim Work Country: Azerbaijan 
Paper:  Democratization process in the post-soviet South Caucasus countries.
WG7: Public Administration Education
Person:  Mrs. Belenyesi Emese Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Competency-based Human Resource Management in the Public Service from Educational Perspective
Person:  Mrs. Bitoiu Ioana Teodora Work Country: Romania 
Paper: 
Finding the virtual path towards HE internationalization. A comparative analysis

Person:  Ms. Columban Alexandra Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Gender and Public Administration Education. Romanian and Slovenian Students’ Perceptions on Gender Equality and Violence against Women – a Comparative Approach
Person:  Ms. Kajtár Edit Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Rising from the Ashes: Application of Art Coaching in Public Administration Trainings in times of Crisis
Person:  Ms. Menshova Vera Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Transformation of Interactive Teaching Technologies in Public Administration Education
in the Context of Digitalization
Person:  Ms. Nurlybaeva Goulya Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  THE ROLE OF TEACHING PA VOCABULARY FOR CREATION OF INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE DISCOURSE
GULIYA K. NURLYBAEVA,
Master of Public Administration (with distinction),
London Metropolitan University, Ph.D. (Pedagogical Sciences),
Associate Professor of the English Language Department,
The Institute for Social Sciences at Russian Presidential
Academy of National Economy and Public Administration,
Russian Federation, Moscow,
E-mail: goulya21@mail.ru; telephone:
+7 (916) 6801640

Person:  Mr. Pecaric Mirko Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Learning the match between the administrative structures and tasks: follow the information
Person:  Mr. Pevcin Primoz Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Comparative Screening of Programme Competences: The Case of MPA Programmes in the Selected CEE Countries
Person:  Mr. Stare Janez Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Education development for public administration in the field of governance in the EU institutions
Person:  Mr. Szilárd Hegedűs Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Analysis of Public finance literacy in the framework of a primary Research
Person:  Mrs. Tomazevic Nina Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on life of higher education students in public administration: The case of Slovenia
Person:  Ms. Vedinas Verginia Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Training of Romanian Civil Servants drift among political games and digitalization challenges
Person:  Ms. Voican Avram Madalina Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The missing link: teaching the relationship between public enthities as legal persons and their own governing bodies as structures without legal personality.
WG8: Non-Governmental Organisations in CEE
Person:  Mr. Baturina Danijel Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  The human factor X ? Sustainability of human resources in the Croatian third sector
Person:  Mr. Baturina Danijel Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  Towards evidence-based policies of the third sector? Case of Croatia
Person:   Elbers Frank Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  From Human Resources to Resourceful Humans: Introducing Agility in NGOs
Person:  Ms. Karpich Yulia Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  The Russian Orthodox Church and elections: the motives of the political choice of believers.
Person:  Ms. Kouzina Tatiana Work Country: Belarus 
Paper:  Belarusian CSOs registered abroad: no country for the old rules
Person:  Mr. Laurisz Norbert Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Loss of social impact: The effect of the transition from a non-profit organization to a social enterprise
Person:  Mrs. Pacut Agnieszka Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  From non-profit organizations to social enterprises: European challenges and national responses in Poland
Person:  Mrs. Palihovici Liliana Work Country: Republic of Moldova 
Paper:  "The impact of the dialogue between public authorities and civil society organizations on the quality of governance"
WG9: The Rule of Law & Public Administration
Person:  Mr. Babsek Matej Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Intertwining Lawfulness, Innovation and Transparency in the Era of Uncertainty: The Case of Slovenian Pre-Filled Informative Calculation of Personal Income Tax
Person:  Ms. Bartha Ildikó Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  EU State Aid Rules in the Area of Services of General Interests: an Analysis from Citizens’ perspective
Person:  Ms. Costea Ioana Maria Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The obligation to be silent - citizen intervention in budgetary procedures
Person:  Mr. Diaconu Matei Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Particularities of the concession of public property goods in Romanian law
Person:  Mr. Dobelšek Anže Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Advance Ruling as a Tax Transparency Tool:
Trends in the EU, Slovenia, and Croatia
Person:  Ms. Emrich-Bakenova Saule Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  COVID-19 pandemic measures as a learning lesson in the light of the Rule of Law
Person:  Mr. Gajduschek Gyorgy Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Support for the rule of law. A three-country comparison.
Person:  Mrs. GOGA Gina Livioara Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Rule of law from the perspective of public administration activity in the context of the Covid 19 pandemic
Person:  Ms. Janderova Jana Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Transparency of administrative bodies and accountability of public officials – is there any link? - Analysis of the Czech Republic practice
Person:  Ms. Klemenčić Irena Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  Exchange of Information – Experiences from Slovenia and Croatia
Person:  Ms. Kondor Zsuzsanna Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The involvement of NGOs in Cohesion Policy implementation in Hungary – A historical perspective (2004-2020)
Person:  Ms. Maken-Philip Elizabeth Work Country: Nigeria 
Paper:  Community Policing as a citizen engagement strategy for enhanced security in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja, Nigeria
Person:  Ms. Musa Anamarija Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  Better Regulation and Good Law Making: Instruments and Challenges in CEE Countries
Person:  Ms. Pollak Kitti Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Rule of law, administrative justice and the conflict of local government decrees with other laws: the Hungarian case
Person:  Ms. Rogic Lugaric Tereza Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  When plenty is not enough: Fiscal open data in Croatia
Person:  Mr. Salisu Shehu Jafaru Work Country: Nigeria 
Paper:  Rule of Law and Personal Safety in Nigeria
Person:  Ms. Sever Tina Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Public Interest and Public Benefit as Guidelines on Administrative Action
Person:  Mr. Soos Gabor Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Audits and Remedies in EU Funded Public Procurement
Person:  Mr. Stanicic Frane Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  The right of complaint against actions of the administration and the right to induce administrative procedures in Croatia
Person:  Mr. Stumpf Istvan Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Covid-19 and the Rule of Law
Person:  Mr. Szescilo Dawid Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Ready to challenge democratic backsliding? Formal independence of ombuds institutions in Central and Eastern Europe
Panel: Politico-Administrative Relations in CEE
Person:  Mr. Bakoš Eduard Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  The Advisory Bodies of the Central Government – a case study of the Czech Republic
Person:  Mrs. Connaughton Bernadette Work Country: Ireland 
Paper:  ‘Based on the best advice available’ – Challenge and change in Ireland’s Policy Advisory System
Person:  Mrs. Elbrecht Gerly Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Bridging democratic deliberative and technocratic approaches. The case of Estonian State Reform.
Person:  Mr. Ferraz David Work Country: Portugal 
Paper:  The difficult art of hybrid administration and political relations
Person:  Mr. Gajduschek Gyorgy Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Politico-Administrative relationships in an illiberal populist regime. Policy roles of top civil servants in Hungary’s ministerial bureaucracy.
Person:  Mr. Hudec Róbert Martin Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Policy coordination and policy advise during times of crisis: Case study of the Central Crisis Committee of the Slovak Republic
Person:  Ms. Musa Anamarija Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  Till’ death do us part: the government advisory bodies in Croatia
Person:  Mr. Pavlović Dušan Work Country: Serbia 
Paper:  Skin in the game for public officials
Person:  Mrs. Vanyi Eva Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Patronage? Political Predation? Changeable Tendencies within the Top Civil Servants in Hungary
Person:  Ms. Voican Avram Madalina Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  To sign or not to sign? The right to disobey: refusal to sign. Intermediary report.
Person:  Ms. Zankina Emilia Work Country: Italy 
Paper:  Turnover in the Bulgarian Civil Service
Panel: Cultural Policy, Co-creation and Smart Development in CEE
Person:  Mr. Alasgarov Hakim Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Analysis of novel Cultural Policy, Co-creation and Smart Development in the case of Central and Eastern Europe
Person:  Mr. Dvorak Jaroslav Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  City diplomacy or City Branding? : The Case of Baltics
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Paper:  Drivers of Inter-Municipal Cooperation as a Vehicle for Smart Local Development
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Paper:  What factors shape the particular branding of the cities?
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Panel: Behavioural Interventions in the Public Sector
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