The 29th NISPAcee Annual Conference

The 30th NISPAcee Annual Conference, Bucharest, Romania, June 2 - June 4, 2022

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 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 30th NISPAcee Annual Conference

Main Conference Theme
Person:  Mr. Moldovan Octavian Work Country: Romania 
Person:  Mr. Szescilo Dawid Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Paradigm shift in public interventions in turbulent times. More precaution, less proportionality?
Person:  Mr. Volacu Alexandru Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Wealth deconcentration and democratic resilience
PhD Pre-conference Seminar
Person:  Mr. Gasparik Jozef Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Who participates in Participatory Budgeting? Unravelling of who shows up
Person:  Mr. Kovács Radek Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Application of Behavioral Economics and its Nudge Theory in Health Policy
Person:  Ms. Paneva Tanja Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Paper:  Measuring Digital Literacy in Rural Municipalities in North Macedonia
Person:  Mr. Popa Mihnea Cristian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  RoWaterAPI, an open-source solution for accessing and managing hydrology data
Person:  Ms. Tury Krisztina Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Under pressure: organizational responses in the changing civil space of Hungary
Person:  Ms. Vito Diamanta Work Country: Albania 
Paper:  Implementing Gender Responsive Budgeting in Western Balkans - the case of municipality of Patos (Albania)
WG1: Local Government
Person:  Mr. de Vries Michiel Work Country: Netherlands 
Paper:  Passive citizens:
A literature review and comparative analysis on their background, values, and opinions in European countries
Person:  Ms. Gasiorowska Adela Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Democratic innovation and their impact: lessons from Gdansk citizens’ assemblies
Person:  Mr. Klimovsky Daniel Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Introduction of Regional Governments in Slovakia in Terms of Multiple Stream Theory: Who, When, What, and How?
Person:  Mrs. Vijulie Violeta Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  What does it take for a local government to have the administrative capacity to implement the digital transformation?Comparative analysis between urban and rural communities.
Person:  Mr. Wilk Bartosz Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  How legal regulation can foster public services co-production? Lessons from the failure story of Local Initiative in Poland
Person:  Mr. Zakroczymski Stanislaw Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Is the European Charter of Local Self-Government an effective instrument for the protection of Local Self-Government? Empirical data from administrative and judicial practice in Poland.
WG2: Digital Government
Person:  Mrs. Androniceanu Armenia Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The impact of digitalization on public administration, economic development, and well-being in the EU countries
Person:  Ms. Bannykh Galina Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Digital maturity of public authorities: the case of Russia
Person:  Mr. Burlacu Sorin Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Increasing the resiliency of public administration through digitisation
Person:  Mr. Busko Tibor Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  First steps towards digital rural development and smart villages in Hungary
Person:  Ms. Hintea Cristina Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Digital transformation during the COVID19 pandemic. Case analysis on change and adaptation of public organizations using digital technology
Person:  Mr. Mabillard Vincent Work Country: Belgium 
Paper:  More participatory but not yet fully interactive: A comparative perspective of social media usage In Central and Eastern European cities
Person:  Mrs. Marin Anca Monica Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Web Accessibility in the field of social services and benefits: the case of Romania
Person:  Mr. Molnar Peter Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The impact of the pandemic on municipal e-government in Hungary
Person:  Ms. Murko Eva Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Testing digital transformation model for public administration: The case of Slovenia
Person:  Ms. Paneva Tanja Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Paper:  Optimization of E-Service Delivery on a Local Level: The Role of One-Stop Shops (OSS) in the Case of Municipalities in North Macedonia
Person:  Mr. Sedlacko Michal Work Country: Austria 
Paper:  Value-led and practice-oriented digitalisation as low-key organisational change: Bridge inspection in the City of Vienna
Person:  Ms. Sever Tina Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The regulation of self-driving cars - what is the best approach in accordance with the rule of law?
Person:  Mr. Stupin Roman Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  AI Readiness Level in Public Administration. Case of the Russian Federation.
Person:  Ms. Titkova Evita Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Feedback monitoring tools of the Federal Tax Service of Russia
Person:  Mr. Varga Ferenc Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Social media in e-administration
Person:  Ms. Vitálišová Katarina Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Modern tools of small municipalities as a part of smart governance
Person:  Ms. Vujković Petra Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Smart public governance development at the national level: A conceptual framework
WG3: Public Administration Reform in CEE and CA
Person:  Ms. Aldiyarova Aidana Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Paper:  Public Administration 4.0: pros and cons
Person:  Mr. Gellen Marton Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Governmental trouble shooting and crisis management experience in Hungary. A systems approach to the dual crisis challenge
Person:  Mr. Nommik Steven Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Expectations and realisations of user engagement in multi-actor innovative healthcare initiatives: perspectives from Estonia
Person:  Mr. Profiroiu Marius Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Towards Coherent Public Administration Reforms in EU Member States. A Comparative Analysis of the Reforms and Investments in the Public Sector proposed in the National Recovery and Resilience Plans
Person:  Mrs. Randma-Liiv Tiina Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Advancing citizen engagement via digital tools:
A comparative study of the Baltic States
Person:  Ms. Vallistu Johanna Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Accidentally increasing the welfare system resilience in times of crises with digital accounts – the case of Estonian entrepreneur account
Person:  Ms. Vyrostova Eva Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Absorption performance of EU funds in Slovakia in 2014-2020
WG4: Inter-regional and Cross-border Cooperation and Development
Person:  Ms. Andreeva Lyubimka Work Country: Bulgaria 
Paper:  Crises, Vulnerability and Challenges in Human Resource Management in Terms of Pandemic and after it
Person:  Ms. Grebneva Aleksandra Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  Pandemic Impact on the State Image of China in Cross-border Cooperation and Development (Case of Kazakhstan)
Person:  Mr. Okruch Stefan Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  The strength of strong ties: Did EGTCs make CBC more resilient during the Corona crisis?
Person:  Mrs. Terhes  Denisa Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Innovative and Sustainable Public Procurement - Cross-Border Procurement Cooperation and Covid-19 Challenges
WG5: Public Finance and Public Financial Management
Person:  Mr. Jula Nicolae Marius Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Are fiscal policies in Romania pro-cyclical?
Person:  Mr. Kotnik Žiga Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Environmental compliance costs in selected European countries: an alternative approach
Person:  Mr. Kotnik Žiga Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Environmental compliance costs: A comparison of methodological approaches
Person:  Mr. Kučera Jozef Work Country: Slovakia 
Person:  Mrs. Marin Anca Monica Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Local financial capacity and vaccine hesitancy in Romania
Person:  Mr. Nemec Juraj Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Budgetary innovations on local level
Person:  Ms. Nyikos Gyorgyi Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Green Budgeting in the EU and in Hungary
Person:  Mr. Ravšelj Dejan Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Tax-related research trends in new EU member states: A bibliometric analysis in the last two decades
Person:  Mrs. Sedmihradska Lucie Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Off-budget operations in Czech cities: Extent and transparency
Person:  Mr. Stepanov Ilya Work Country: Russian Federation 
Paper:  The principal-agent relationship and costing framework for better pricing of healthcare services: the case of the Sverdlovsk region of Russia
WG6: Evidence-Based Public Policy Making
Person:  Mr. Akilli H. Serkan Work Country: Turkey 
Paper:  Effects of policy interventions on the happiness of targeted people:A research synthesis using an online findings-archive
Person:  Mrs. Carausan Mihaela Victorita Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Building health systems resilience amidst Covid-19 pandemic
Person:  Mrs. Kotseva-Tikova Maria Work Country: Bulgaria 
Person:  Mrs. Michalcová Monika Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Family Policy Index: A Tool for Evidence-Based Policymaking and Evaluation
Person:  Ms. Sidor Monika Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Protest participation - an unplanned way to create urban policy in Poland?
Person:  Mrs. Wasil Justyna Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Implementation of public policy in Polish rural municipalities managed by women local leaders
WG7: Public Administration Education
Person:  Mrs. Anghel-Sienerth Andra Karla Work Country: Romania 
Person:  Mr. Gajduschek Gyorgy Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Public Administration identity in Central and Eastern Europe. What do Public Administration curricula reveal?
Person:  Ms. Gasca Giorgiana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Impact of Gender Stereotypes on Women Representation in Higher Education Management. A Systematic Review
Person:  Mr. Hintea Calin Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  University and Community: an essential partnership for the future
Person:  Ms. Kondor Zsuzsanna Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  New Education Programmes for EU Cohesion Policy Implementation at the University of Public Services
Person:  Mr. Moldovan Octavian Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Impact of Crises on PA Educators. A Qualitative Approach
Person:  Ms. Nurlybaeva Goulya Work Country: Russian Federation 

Guliya K Nurlybaeva

Institute for Social Sciences at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russian Federation

Person:  Mrs. Popescu Ruxandra Irina Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The contribution of artificial intelligence to stimulating the innovation of educational services and university programs in public administration
Person:  Mr. Raboca Horia Mihai Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic period on student burnout level. An Exploratory Approach
Person:  Mrs. Sabie Oana Matilda Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Challenges for higher education in a digital future. Preparing Public Administration schools for tomorrow’s world
Person:  Mr. Stare Janez Work Country: Slovenia 
Person:  Ms. Szakos Judit Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Covid caused competence change of teachers at the University of Public Service
Person:  Mrs. Tomaževič Nina Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Academic Life of Public Administration Students in Slovenia and some Comparisons with Romania
Person:  Mrs. Vukojicic Tomic Tijana Work Country: Croatia 
Paper:  In-service training of public servants in Croatian local self-government:
between old habits and new ideas
WG8: Non-Governmental Organisations in CEE
Person:  Mr. Brezovar Nejc Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  NGO funding revisited - a surprising outcome of Covid-19 epidemic in Slovenia
Person:  Mrs. Butkeviciene Egle Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Citizen science as a new way to empower local communities and NGOs to solve social and environmental problems
Person:  Mrs. Horvath Agnes Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Civil Society Organisations during COVID-19 in Hungary: Challenges and adaptation, reflects on Agria Universitas Association
Person:  Ms. Jeziorska Iga Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Meaningful civil society involvement: Insights from drug policy area at the at the EU level and in the Member States
Person:  Ms. Kolomycew Anna Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Advisory councils as an instrument of public participation at the local level? Case study of senior citizens' councils in Poland
Person:  Mr. Kratky Bohumir Work Country: Slovakia 
Person:  Ms. Rabava Natallia Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Civil Society in Belarus in the Context of a Political Crisis: Current State and Challenges
Person:  Ms. Tury Krisztina Work Country: Hungary 
Paper:  Under pressure: organizational responses in the changing civil space of Hungary
Person:  Ms. Voinea Carmen Giorgiana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Challenges to Public Participation during the COVID-19 Pandemic - A Case study of Continuities and Disruptions in Citizen Initiatives
WG9: The Rule of Law & Public Administration
Person:  Mr. Babsek Matej Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The Covid-19 Pandemic as a Driver of More Responsive Social Procedures: between Theory and Practices in Slovenia
Person:  Mrs. Jakubek-Lalik Jowanka Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Populism, authoritarianism and administrative law
Person:  Ms. Nastaca Corina Cristiana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The role of ethics counselors in the public administration of Romania
Person:  Ms. Pau Claudia Work Country: Romania 
Person:  Mr. Rudolf Grega Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Personal data protection and the role of Information Commissioner in the COVID-19 circumstances in Slovenia
Person:  Mrs. TITIRISCA CRISTINA Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Is the principle of the separation and balance of powers still valid in the conditions of the pandemic crisis? Insights from Romania during the state of alert
Person:  Mrs. Vrabie Mihaela Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The Relationship between EU Law and Romanian Constitution. Recent developments in the case-law of the Romanian Constitutional Court
WG10: Politico-Administrative Relations in CEE
Person:  Mr. Andreescu Liviu Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Mandate expansion through conceptual creep and the politicisation of Romania’s equality agency
Person:  Mr. Bakoš Eduard Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Do Pension Commissions contribute to Pension Reforms? A Case Study of the Czech Republic
Person:  Mrs. Connaughton Bernadette Work Country: Ireland 
Paper:  Understanding institutional responses and policy advice in a crisis: The Irish core executive and the Covid 19 pandemic
Person:  Mr. Hudec Róbert Martin Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Policy Advisory Systems during Covid-19 crisis: A case study of Slovak Advisory Committees
Person:  Ms. Mina-Raiu Laura Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  From Political to Technocratic ministerial appointments (1991-2021). New patterns of contemporary Romanian democratic regime
Person:  Ms. Murdoch Zuzana Work Country: Norway 
Paper:  "Are Civil Servants Sensitive to Terrorism?
Longitudinal Evidence from the 22 July 2011 Attacks in Norway"
Person:  Mr. Radu Liviu Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The politico-administrative relations facing new challenges: crisis, the pandemic, or the climate changes
Person:  Mr. Rybar Marek Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  Determinants of Politicization of the Czech Ministerial Bureaucracy:
Types of Governments, Departments, and Governing Parties
Person:  Ms. Staronova Katarina Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Trust Or Competencies? Exploring Personal Ties between Senior Civil Servants and Politicians
Person:  Mrs. Veit Sylvia Work Country: Germany 
Paper:  A New Approach to Measure Politicization: The Example of Shifting Patterns of Politicization in Germany
Person:  Ms. Zankina Emilia Work Country: Italy 
Paper:  Political loyalty vs. merit: regional government In Bulgaria
WG1/WG5: Joint Session: Innovations in local government budgeting in CEE
Person:  Mr. Gasparik Jozef Work Country: Slovakia 
Paper:  Who participates in Participatory Budgeting? Unravelling of who shows up
Person:  Mrs. Marczewska-Rytko Maria Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Legal Bases of Participatory Budgeting in Poland: Challenges and Solutions
Panel: Policy Development and Coordination
Person:  Mrs. Akobia Eka Work Country: Georgia 
Paper:  Centralization of Policy Development and Coordination Systems – The Case of the Government of Georgia
Person:  Ms. Kudukyte-Gaspere Renata Work Country: Lithuania 
Paper:  Organizational model for integrated healthcare and social care services in Lithuania
Panel: Governance and Politics of Small States
Person:   Corbett Jack Work Country: United Kingdom 
Paper:  How Does Population Size Influence Administrative Performance?
Person:  Mr. Keypour Javad Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  The delicacy of meeting climate goals in the EU small states: an energy security-oriented perspective
Person:  Mr. Lukaszewski Marcin Work Country: Poland 
Paper:  Evolution of the Relationship Between the Head of State, the Head of the Government and the Speaker of Parliament in the Process of Democratization on the Example of European Microstates
Person:  Ms. Saarniit Leno Work Country: Estonia 
Paper:  Corruption and country size: literature review and suggestions for further research
Panel: COVID-19 and Organisational Changes in Public Administration
Person:  Mrs. Antonovici Corina Georgiana Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Learning organisations in the public sector in times of COVID 19. Case of Romania
Person:  Mr. Mihaila Viorel Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  The perspective of using the Social Amplification of Risks Framework in crisis management
Person:  Mrs. Radu Bianca Work Country: Romania 
Paper:  Trust in public institutions during coronavirus pandemic. A comparative perspective among EU member states
Person:  Mr. Špaček David Work Country: Czech Republic 
Paper:  COVID-19 and national measures expecting changes in state administration – the case of Czechia
Person:  Mr. Umek Lan Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  Mapping research trends in public administration during the Covid-19 pandemic crisis
Person:  Ms. Vrbek Sanja Work Country: Slovenia 
Paper:  The Slovenian response to the COVID-19 crisis: its impact on state administration