The 28th 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

...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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List of accepted papers
for the 28th NISPAcee Annual Conference


Main Conference Theme
Person:  Mr. Bryer Thomas Work Country: Lithuania 
Coauthors: 
Ivanova Kseniia,
Paper:  Regulating Cyberspace: Freedom of Expression or Freedom for Oppression
Person:  Ms. Demczuk Agnieszka Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Discriminatory Legalism Strategy and Hate Speech Cases in Poland. The Role of Commissioner for Human Rights In The Fighting Discrimination.
Person:  Ms. Dogaru (Cruceanu) Tatiana-Camelia Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Building and Linking Governance Structures: Digitalise Access to Justice
Person:  Ms. Grgić Snježana Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Do We Need New Rule of Law for Quantum Privacy?
Person:  Mr. Kopric Ivan Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Cops Chasing a Thief: Numerous Questions, Few Answers
Person:  Mrs. Lopizic Iva Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Manojlović Toman Romea, Dulabic Vedran,
Paper:  The Future of Croatian Counties in the Light of European and International Standards for Good Regional Governance and Decentralization
Person:  Ms. Mathe Reka Zsuzsanna Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Europeanization of Contention. Protest Movements in the European Union
Person:  Ms. Musa Anamarija Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Dzinic Jasmina,
Paper:  Contrived but Clever: The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Public Administration
Person:  Ms. Pollak Kitti Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors:  -
Paper:  Rule of law, administrative justice and the conflict of local government decrees with other laws: the Hungarian case
Person:  Mr. Sedlacko Michal Work Country: Austria 
Coauthors: 
Dahlvik Julia,
Paper:  Appraising Public Value: An Overview of Tools
Person:  Ms. Sever Tina Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Regulation of Self-Driving Cars - What is the Best Approach in Accordance With the Rule of Law?
Person:  Mr. Türkmen Şeref Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  E-Devlet: Service to the Turkish Citizen or a Tool in the Hand of a Centralized Government?
General Session
Person:  Mrs. Akobia Eka Work Country: Georgia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Public Administration in Countries With Conflict, the Case of Georgia
Person:   Corbett Jack Work Country: United Kingdom 
Coauthors:  Wouter Veenendaal, Leiden University
John Connell, University of Sydney

Paper:  Is Coordination the Primary Challenge for the Core Executive? The Functional Approach and Small States
Person:  Mr. Esien Eddy Bruno Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Corporatism and its Application to Analyse State, Public and Private Employment Services Agencies’ cooperation in Third-country Nationals Transition to Work
Person:  Mr. Fuller Donald Work Country: Armenia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Ex-Soviet Small States: Path Dependency or Reform?
Person:  Ms. Koller Boglárka Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Koller Boglárka,
Paper:  Politicisation of the Public Space and Narrative Politics in Contemporary Hungary with Special Focus on the 2019 EP Elections
Person:  Mr. Kozlowski Artur Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Downside of Social Media in the Wake of Populist Democracy
Person:  Mrs. Sabie Oana Matilda Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Nica Elvira,
Paper:  The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Public Sector Employees
Person:  Mr. Tuncer Aziz Work Country: Turkey 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Conditionality, Resistance and the Limits of the Reform: The Role of Local Governments in Turkish Regional Development Agencies
PhD Pre-conference Seminar "How to improve the quality of your research paper"
Person:  Mr. Babsek Matej Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Evaluation of the Social Work Centres Reorganization in the Republic of Slovenia from the Perspective of Selected Public Governance Models
Person:  Mrs. Badulescu-Colfer Claudia Work Country: Italy 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Europeanization of Post-Communist National Administrations: A Case Study of Romania, Serbia and Moldova
Person:  Ms. Belova Valeriya Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Importance of Fundamental Rights in 21th Century
Person:  Ms. Columban Alexandra Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Responses to Intimate Partner Violence in Romania. Victims’ Experiences with Judicial Authorities and Support Services
Person:  Mr. Karshiev Mirzokhid Work Country: Finland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Ethnographic Study of the Everyday Lived Experiences of Public Administration Reform in Uzbekistan
Person:  Mr. Krupicka Josef Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Influence of the Performance Management System Design on the Performance of the Public Hospitals in the Czech Republic
Person:  Mr. Molnar Peter Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Measuring Electronic Participation at the Local Level
Person:  Mr. Nõmmik Steven Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Effects of Cross-Organisational Collaborative Management Practices in Fostering ICT-Based Innovation: The Case of the Estonian Employment Registry
Person:  Ms. Pató Viktória Lilla Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Pató Viktória Lilla,
Paper:  New Trends of Science Policy from Young Researchers’ Perspective
Person:  Mrs. Tamás Alexandra Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Koltai Tamás,
Paper:  Efficiency Analysis of a Hungarian Public Administrative Institution with Data Envelopment Analysis
Person:  Mrs. Tubutiene Vilma Work Country: Lithuania 
Coauthors: 
Saparniene Diana,
Paper:  Effectiveness of Civil Servant’s Performance Appraisal System: Case of Lithuanian Municipalities
Person:  Mr. Varga Ferenc Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Gyula Balázs Csáki-Hatalovics, Molnar Peter,
Paper:  The Role of Social Media in Municipal E-Participation
Person:  Mrs. Varga-Kocsicska Aleksandra Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The European and Political Identity of Montenegro: Additional Value or Overpowering the National Identity?
Poster Session
Person:  Mr. Azizi Abdula Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Coauthors: 
Neziri-Ceka Lindita,
Paper:  Rule of Law in Northern Macedonia From the Perspective of the Inheritance Rights of Daughters in Family Property
Person:  Ms. Baldych Nataliya Work Country: Ukraine 
Coauthors:  No
Paper:  Government Capacity Needs Assessment on Gender Mainstreaming in Reforms, Planning and Budgeting in Ukraine
Person:  Mrs. Briscariu Maria-Roxana Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Counterproductive Behaviors Among Civil Servants in Public Sector
Person:  Ms. Cigu Elena Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Fiscal Decentralization and Fiscal Imbalances in the EU Countries
Person:  Ms. Constantinescu Cristina Mihaela Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Building Trust in the Romanian Public Administration
Person:  Mr. Gajzago Gergo Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Local Economy Proximity Index - A theoretical Model in the Practice
Person:  Mrs. Gerginova Tatjana Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Globalization and National Security
Person:  Mr. Jilei Cui Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Construction of Index Evaluation System on Chinese Rural Local Government Political Legitimacy Maintenance: From the Perspective of Local Governance
Person:  Mrs. Kiseleva Albina Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Gokova Olga,
Paper:  The Impact of the Student's Migratory Behavior On The Security of the Territory in the Context of the Economy Digitalization
Person:  Ms. Li Lian Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Local Government Behavior under the Influence of Impulsiveness to Political Achievements
Person:  Mr. Li Fangming Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Research on Government Function in “Noodles Economy”-Based on the Observation of an Islamic Community in Western China
Person:  Mr. Manka Dariusz Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Remarks on Hybrid Procedures in Context of the Rule of Law Principle: Polish and International Law Perspective
Person:  Mrs. Marin Anca Monica Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Digital Divide and Digital Public Services in Romania and Bulgaria
Person:  Mrs. Menshikova Galina Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Kudryashova Ekaterina,
Paper:  Annual Reports of the Russian Federation’ Government: Two Levels of Governance - Two Cultures of Responsibility
Person:  Mr. Peng Jinsong Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Strengthen National Governance Focusing On Institutionalized Capacity-Efficiency Construction
Person:  Ms. Pkhakadze Tamar Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Non-Governamental Organisations and Youth Unemployment Issue in Visegrad Group Member States
Person:  Ms. Sarv Lill Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Tackling Citizens Engagement: Enhancing Citizens Up-Take of Smart City Services in Collaboration with Academia, Local Government and NGO-s
Person:  Mr. Tataru Aron Emil Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Profiroiu Marius,
Paper:  Is There a Right Balance Between Politicization and Bureaucracy?
Person:  Ms. Viks Ave Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Sootla Georg,
Paper:  Building Inter-Agency Network for Integrated Implementation of Education Policy at Regional Level
Person:  Ms. Ye Xuan Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Research on the Statistical Evaluation Index System of China's New Development Concept: Taking Hubei Province as An Example
Person:  Ms. YU Yan Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Research on Performance Evaluation of Public-Private Cooperation in Public Housing Project
Person:  Ms. Yuan Jia Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Li Fage,
Paper:  The Practical Dilemma and Future of Chinese Social Enterprises
Person:  Ms. Zhang Xing Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Role of Local Governments in Poverty Reduction — Taking "Poverty Alleviation Workshop"as an Example
WG1: Local Government
Person:  Ms. Avagyan Meline Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Participatory Budgeting as a Social Innovation: Motives and Outcomes of Enactment Based on the Example of the City of Tartu
Person:  Mrs. Balogh-Bekesi Nora Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Legality of Local Taxation in Hungary
Person:  Mrs. Burbulyte-Tsiskarishvili Gabriele Work Country: Lithuania 
Coauthors:  Barauskaitė Indrė, Klaipėda university, Klaipėda, Lithuania
Radavičiūtė Irma, Šerutytė Eglė,
Paper:  Open Data Implementation at Local Level: A Pilot Research of the Biggest and Smallest Municipalities in Lithuania
Person:  Mr. Busko Tibor Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Re-Thinking the Role of the Lower Middle Level in Hungary - From a Local Government Point of View
Person:  Mr. Callahan Richard Work Country: United States 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Local Government: Assessing Success of Political Leadership
Person:  Mr. Campbell Jesse Work Country: Republic of Korea 
Coauthors:  Jong Youl Lee, Incheon National University, Incheon, South Korea, Sang Do Park, Konkuk University, Daejeon, South Korea
Paper:  The Evolution of Development Planning in Seoul, South Korea: Contrasting Administrative and Academic Themes
Person:  Ms. Choi Hemin Work Country: Republic of Korea 
Coauthors: 
Im Tobin,
Paper:  Will Big Data Reduce Government Size? Managing Smart City from a City Competitiveness Perspective
Person:  Mr. Choi Heungsuk Work Country: Republic of Korea 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Multi-level Governance for Smart City Development in South Korea?
Person:  Mr. Dvorak Jaroslav Work Country: Lithuania 
Coauthors: 
Burbulyte-Tsiskarishvili Gabriele,
Paper:  City Diplomacy in Young Democracies: The Case of Baltics
Person:  Mr. Gasparik Jozef Work Country: Slovakia 
Coauthors: 
Klimovsky Daniel, Gasparik Jozef,
Paper:  Participatory Budgeting at Local Level in Slovakia: Who, Why, and How?
Person:  Mr. Jaekel Tim Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  New Paths for Municipal Waste Management: Emerging Practices in Russia and Experiences from Germany
Person:  Mr. Jetmar Marek Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Support of Digital Services at the Local Level, an Example of the Central Bohemia Region's Policy in the Economically and Socially Endangered Micro-Region
Person:  Mr. Kattai Kersten Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Viks Ave,
Paper:  Building Inter-Agency Network for Integrated Implementation of Education Policy at Regional Level
Person:  Mr. Klaric Mirko Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Local Government in Croatia – Continuity and Changes
Person:  Mrs. Lazauskienė Aistė Work Country: Lithuania 
Coauthors: 
Bucaite Vilke Jurga,
Paper:  Non-Electoral Representation at Local Level: The Case of Lithuania
Person:  Ms. Reszketo Petra Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Public Transparency at the Local Level in Hungary
Person:  Mr. Skarica Mihovil Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Composition of Inter-Municipal Entities in Croatia: Territorial Patterns and their Determinants
Person:  Ms. Sobis Iwona Work Country: Sweden 
Coauthors: 
de Vries Michiel,
Paper:  Opportunities and Limits for Residents’ Participation in Direct Democracy at Local Level: A Comparative Study Across the EU Member States
Person:  Mrs. Soos Edit Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Europeanisation of local government in Ukraine.The experience of the Visegrad Group
Person:  Mr. Wilk Bartosz Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Do Local Governments Hamper the Public Services Co-Production? Analysis of Regulatory Approaches of a Local Initiative in Poland
WG2: E-government
Person:  Mr. Aburumman Nemer Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors:  Róbert Szilágyi, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary , Fraij Jihad
Paper:  Blockchain in E-Government: Challenges and Benefits
Person:  Mr. Bolshakov Sergey Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Sociological Research into the Public Administration Digitization
Person:  Mr. Bryer Thomas Work Country: Lithuania 
Coauthors:  Egle Butkeviciene, Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania, Egle Vaidelyte, Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania
Rauleckas Rimantas, Vaiciuniene Jolanta,
Paper:  Examining Differences in Online and Offline Participation for Decisions to Emigrate: The Case of Lithuania
Person:  Mr. Csótó Mihály Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Kadar Krisztian,
Paper:  Going Digital or Going Up to the Counter? Take-up of eGovernment Services, Channel Preferencies and Citizens' Public Administration-Related Knowledge in Hungary
Person:  Mr. Duenas-Cid David Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Does the Second Mouse Eat the Cheese? Different Future Scenarios For E-Estonia
Person:  Mr. Erdosi Peter Mate Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Validation Authority and Biometric Electronic Signatures
Person:  Mr. Gorski Maciej Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  E-health - Improving Efficiency of Healthcare System or Undermining Privacy? The Case of Poland
Person:  Mr. Gyula Balázs Csáki-Hatalovics Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Role of Social Media in E-Government
Person:  Mr. Halsbenning Sebastian Work Country: Germany 
Coauthors:  Jörg Becker, University of Münster, Münster, Germany, Marco Niemann, University of Münster, Münster, Germany, Hendrik Scholta, University of Münster, Münster, Germany, Michael Räckers, University of Münster, Münster, Germany
Paper:  Digitalization Readiness of Public Administrations in Countries with a Federal Structure
Person:  Mrs. Jukic Tina Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Kovac Polona, Pluchinotta Irene, Vrbek Sanja, Hržica Rok,
Paper:  Organizational Maturity for Co-Creation of Public Services in Central European Administrative Tradition: The Development of the Multi-Attribute Decision Support Model
Person:  Mr. Keuffer Nicolas Work Country: Norway 
Coauthors: 
Mabillard Vincent, Zumofen Raphael,
Paper:  European Cities’ Use of Social Media for Government Communication: Towards Increasing Interaction?
Person:  Mr. Klasinc Jan Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Digital Transformation of Government in Transition Countries Affected by Policy and/or State Capture - Case of Croatia
Person:  Mrs. Kosherbayeva Aigul Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Coauthors: 
Abil Yerlan,
Paper:  Pro and Contra of Digitalization of Public Administration in Kazakhstan
Person:  Mr. Krimmer Robert Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors:  Tarmo Kadak, Art Alishani, Maarja Toots, TalTech, Tallinn, Estonia
Schmidt Carsten, Soe Ralf-Martin,
Paper:  Unfolding the Notion of Real-Time Economy: Using the Case of Estonia
Person:  Mrs. Krivonosova Iuliia Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Krimmer Robert, Duenas-Cid David,
Paper:  Voting Channels Cost-Efficiency Comparison in Two Elections in Estonia: Results and Recommendations
Person:  Ms. Leonard Carol Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Ilina Irina, Pliseckij Evgenij,
Paper:  Russian Digitalization and its Assessment: Selected Case Studies
Person:  Mr. Li Fage Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  "Internet + Public Participation" and the Transformation of China's Rural Governance Modernization—A Case Study of Rural Residents Visiting "WeCounty" Mobile Internet Platform in Qionglai City, Sichuan Province
Person:  Ms. Li Yue Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Practice and Enlightenment of Internet-Based Governance Platform Construction in Chengdu, China
Person:  Mr. Molnar Peter Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Measuring Electronic Participation at the Local Level
Person:  Mr. Nemeslaki Andras Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Radno Norbert, Somogyi Robert,
Paper:  System Dynamics Modelling of Public ICT Platforms
Person:   Nesterova Irena Work Country: Latvia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Regulation of AI Surveillance: Building a Shield to Protect Fundamental Rights and Values in the EU
Person:  Mr. Parfenchyk Anton Work Country: Belarus 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Electronic Participation via E-Forms and E-Mail: A Belarusian Legal Framework
Person:  Mrs. Randma-Liiv Tiina Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors:  Maria Kaad, University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
Paper:  Supply-Based Success Factors of E-Participation: Comparing European Experiences
Person:  Mr. Ropret Marko Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Ropret Marko, Aristovnik Aleksander,
Paper:  Towards the State of the Art of Digital-Era Governance: A Bibliometric Approach
Person:  Mr. Salisu Shehu Jafaru Work Country: Nigeria 
Coauthors: 
Idris Musa,
Paper:  E-Governance and Transparency in Nigerian Public Service
Person:  Mr. Schmidt Carsten Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Krimmer Robert, Cepilovs Aleksandrs,
Paper:  The Single Digital Gateway,Opportunities and Challenges From a European Point of View
Person:  Mr. Schmidt Carsten Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors:  Anna MayerNathan Licht, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
Krimmer Robert,
Paper:  Blockchain in Public Administration: A Comparative Study
Person:  Mrs. Sklyar Tatyana Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Sokolova Ekaterina,
Paper:  The Development of Smart Health: A Case of Russia
Person:  Mrs. Sokolova Ekaterina Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Drozdova Natalia P.,
Paper:  Smart Cities and Public Values Creation: The Case of St. Petersburg
Person:  Mr. Varga Ferenc Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Role of Social Media in Municipal E-Participation
Person:  Mr. Wang Like Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  How to Price the Value of Your Personal Privacy Data
Person:  Ms. Xiaoli Ying Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Wang Like,
Paper:  How to Use Government Websites to Enhance Public Participation Mechanics: A Public-Participation Government-Website Evaluation Model
Person:  Mr. Żabiński Michał Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Smartphone and Prophylaxis in the Segment of Young Adults. A Systematic Review
Person:  Ms. zhang lin Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Brief Talk on the Application of E-Government Performance Evaluation in the Construction of Government Websites
WG3: Public Administration Reform in CEE and CA
Person:  Mr. Aristovnik Aleksander Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Ropret Marko,
Paper:  Evaluating the State and Trajectories of Institutional Modernization: The Case of Slovenian Public Institutions
Person:  Ms. Dan Mariana-Denisa Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Chirica Adriana,
Paper:  An Elderly-Friendliness Analysis of Romanian Public Institutions' Online Presence
Person:  Mrs. Dobrolyubova Elena Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Measuring Outcomes of Digital Transformation in Public Administration: A Possible Approach
Person:  Ms. Dolidze Nino Work Country: Georgia 
Coauthors: 
Kuprashvili Tinatini, Dalakishvili Tamar, Burduli Eteri, Nozadze Nino,
Paper:  Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Performance Appraisal System Among Civil Servants
Person:  Ms. Junjan Veronica Work Country: Netherlands 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Technology Transformations in Selected Central and Eastern European States
Person:  Mr. Kapoguzov Evgeny Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Evidence-Based Policy, Participation and Other Imported Institutions: Are Russian Bureaucrats Ready for Institutional Innovations?
Person:  Mr. Karshiev Mirzokhid Work Country: Finland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Public Councils in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan: Everyday Experiences of Talking to the Government
Person:  Mr. Kroukamp Hendri Work Country: South Africa 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Informing Reform: Innovation as Mechanism to Restore Citizen's Trust in Government: Lessons from the South
Person:  Mr. Kurmanov Bakhytzhan Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Civil Society and Open Government Partnership in Central Asia: Evidence from Kyrgyz Republic
Person:  Mr. Laposa Tamas Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Frivaldszky Gáspár,
Paper:  Privacy and Data Protection Maturity in the Era of Digitalization
Person:  Mrs. Menshikova Galina Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Eremitcheva Galina, Pruel Nikolai,
Paper:  Administrative Reforms in the Russian Federation: The Trend of National Development or Phantom a Ghost?
Person:  Mr. Nõmmik Steven Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Effects of Cross-Organisational Collaborative Management Practices in Fostering ICT-Based Innovation: The Case of the Estonian Employment Registry
Person:  Ms. Ruso Jelena Work Country: Serbia 
Coauthors: 
Horvat Ana, Glogovac Maja, Filipovic Jovan,
Paper:  Quality Management and Process Improvement as a Precondition for Digital Transformation of Public Administration
Person:  Mrs. Tubutiene Vilma Work Country: Lithuania 
Coauthors: 
Saparniene Diana,
Paper:  Effectiveness of Civil Servant’s Performance Appraisal System: Case of Lithuanian Municipalities
Person:  Ms. Zankina Emilia Work Country: Bulgaria 
Coauthors: 
Ivanov Pavel ,
Paper:  Motivation and Incentives in the Bulgarian Civil Service After 30 Years of Reform
WG4: Inter-regional and Cross-border Cooperation and Development
Person:  Mrs. Agiamoh Rosaline Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Inter-Regional Cooperation in Waste Management, New Trends in Moscow and the Moscow Region
Person:  Ms. Andreeva Lyubimka Work Country: Bulgaria 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Inter-Regional Cooperation and Development in the Area of Environment Protection: The Bulgarian Experience
Person:  Mr. Barabashev Alexey Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Cooperative Inter-Regional Projects of Managing in Research-Educational Area: Digital Evaluation of Projects Effectiveness (West Siberian Case, Russia)
Person:  Mr. Bozso Gabor Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Jugovits Károly,
Paper:  Dual Peripherality and Interdependence in the Hungarian-Romanian Border Region: Complex Labour Market Comparison of Békés and Arad Counties
Person:  Mrs. Dobrolyubova Elena Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Do Regional Development KPIs Promote Governance Improvements and Interregional Cooperation: Case of Russia
Person:  Ms. Fejes Zsuzsanna Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Cross-Border Governance in Central and Eastern Europe – Proposal on the V4 Mobility Council
Person:  Mrs. Jaansoo Annika Work Country: Netherlands 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Cross-Border Cooperation in Public Service Provision: What Determines the Success?
Person:  Ms. Jovanic Tatjana Work Country: Serbia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Governance Structures for Managing Regional Development Aid: What Candidate Countries Could Learn From Slovenian and Croatian Experience in Cohesion Policy Management?
Person:  Mr. Lei Xiongtao Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
chen bei,
Paper:  “Chinese Proposals ”of International Public Affairs Management--Historical Reflection and Realistic Enlightenment about Boundary Disputes of Sino-India
Person:  Mrs. Li Guirong Work Country: China 
Coauthors:  Zhang Zhengxing, Xining, China, Qian Zeyu, Chengdu, China
Paper:  Information Service is the Guarantee of Co-creation and Intelligent Development
Person:  Mr. Mikalauskas Arvydas Work Country: Lithuania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Diversity of Public Transport Management at Municipalities of Lithuania
Person:  Mr. Muchel Mateusz Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context as a Supranational Instrument of Cooperation Within Environmental Protection Field
Person:  Mr. Naert Frank Work Country: Belgium 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Governance of SDGs: A Welfare Economics View
Person:  Mr. Novoszath Peter Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  European Transport Investments in Eastern Central Europe Within CEF (Connecting Europe Facility ) Transport Program, 2014-2018
Person:  Mr. Okruch Stefan Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Eckardt Martina,
Paper:  Management and Governance of Territorial Cooperation within EGTCs: A Comparative Institutional Analysis
Person:  Ms. Ping Siqing Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Coordination Dilemma and Holistic Governance Strategy of Local Trans-Boundary Public Affairs Governance —Take the River-Chief Mechanism in China As An Example
Person:  Ms. Tan Qian Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Research on the Inter-regional Jurisdiction Organizationalization of Regional Inter-governmental Cooperation Governance from the Perspective of Law
Person:  Mrs. Zaytseva Tatiana Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Interregional Knowledge Networks: 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 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Closure and Cohesion Policy Post 2020 in the Area of Financial Instruments
Person:  Ms. Bobcheva Nadezhda Work Country: Bulgaria 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Fiscal Decentralisation and Metropolitan Governance in Bulgaria: A Step Further
Person:  Mr. Buček Jan Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Are There Factors That Affect the Percentage of Expenditure Audited Under the SAIs Mandate?
Person:  Mr. Cerveny Martin Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Common Errors in Business Valuation: Evidence from the Czech Commercial Register
Person:  Mrs. Dvorakova Petra Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Fiscal Responsibility in the Visegrad Group Countries
Person:  Ms. Eckardt Martina Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Apostolou Janina,
Paper:  Municipal Debt Crisis and the Introduction of Participatory Budgeting – An Empirical Analysis for Germany
Person:  Ms. Hodzic Sabina Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Ravselj Dejan, Aristovnik Aleksander,
Paper:  The Importance of Accountability and Efficiency of Public Governance in Promoting Private R&D Activity in the European Union
Person:  Mr. Hulinsky Lukas Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Salaries of Elected Officials as Municipal Budget Expenditure
Person:  Mr. Jetmar Marek Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Hamernikova Bojka,
Paper:  Application of the Non-Parametric DEA Method to Analyse the Effectiveness of Selected Services Provided by Municipalities, Example of Public Libraries
Person:  Mr. Klotz Péter Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Against the Tide? - Budget Transparency and Participatory Budgeting in the Central European Capitals
Person:  Mrs. Klun Maja Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Benčina Jože,
Paper:  Determinants of Participatory Budgeting in Slovenian Municipalities
Person:  Mr. Krupicka Josef Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Influence of the Performance Management System Design on the Performance of the Public Hospitals in the Czech Republic
Person:  Mr. Lados Mihaly Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Application of Smart City Approach in Financing Local Public Services
Person:  Mrs. Marin Anca Monica Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Political Affiliation and Allocation of State Budget Funds: The Case of Romanian Communes
Person:  Mr. Nemec Juraj Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors:  Beata Gavurova
Paper:  Procurement of Health Equipment in Slovakia
Person:  Ms. Nyikos Gyorgyi Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Ermasova Natalia,
Paper:  Public Capital Budgeting: Cases of Hungary, Germany and the USA
Person:  Mrs. Pang Aiping Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Study on Payments for Ecosystem Services in China and Typical Countries in Central and Eastern Europe: From the Perspective of Compensation Funds Source
Person:  Mrs. Perapadzia Zhanna Work Country: Belarus 
Coauthors: 
Kulesh Svetlana, Rabava Natallia,
Paper:  Public Engagement in the Budget Policy at Local Level in Belarus
Person:  Mr. Ravselj Dejan Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Aristovnik Aleksander,
Paper:  The Role of Auditing for Public Sector Quality: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach
Person:  Mrs. Sedmihradska Lucie Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Hulinsky Lukas,
Paper:  Budget Transparency in Czech Towns: Changes between 2015 and 2020
Person:  Mr. Tyutyuryukov Vladimir Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Personal Income Tax Policy and Reaching Sustainable Development Goals: Cases of EAEU Member States
Person:  Mr. Umek Lan Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Aristovnik Aleksander, Ravselj Dejan,
Paper:  Public and Private R&D Efficiency and its Determinants: Evidence from the EU Regions
Person:  Mr. Vertesy Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Role of Specialized Financial Institutions in Local Government Financing
Person:  Ms. Vysotckaya Valeriia Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Literature Review of Approaches to State Regulation of Foreign Trade
Person:  Mr. Wilk Bartosz Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Crowdfunding Organized by the Local Government - Barriers, Opportunities and Challenges
Person:  Ms. Zhang Ziwei Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Promote or Inhibit: Chinese Fiscal Decentralization, Academic Characteristics and Educational Funds
WG6: Evidence-Based Public Policy Making
Person:  Ms. Ana Cristina Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Alina Profiroiu,
Paper:  Emerging Necessities of Formulating a Coherent Transnational Public Policy on BigTech Companies: The Case of Facebook
Person:  Mr. Baturina Danijel Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Towards Evidence-Based Policies of the Third Sector? Case of Croatia
Person:  Mr. Beres Attila Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Katurić Ivana,
Paper:  The Mid-term evaluation of the Partnership Agreement in Croatia
Person:  Mr. Bozso Gabor Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Bojtor András,
Paper:  First Results on the Impact Assessment on the Development of Public Administration in Hungary: The Case of Good Governance Indicators
Person:  Mrs. Carausan Mihaela Victorita Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Privacy Policy in the Era of Digitalisation – The Readiness of Romanian Public Administration
Person:  Mr. Dvorak Jaroslav Work Country: Lithuania 
Coauthors:  Valentina Burkšienė
Burbulyte-Tsiskarishvili Gabriele,
Paper:  Lessons Learnt from Evidence-Based Participatory Budgeting in Lithuania: Case of EmPaci Project
Person:  Ms. Gertel Groome Shulamith Work Country: Israel 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Orphan Implementations of Public Policy for Conflict-Oriented Issues: Multidisciplinary Conceptual and Theoretical Frameworks
Person:  Mrs. Ilchenko-Syuyva Lesya Work Country: Ukraine 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Evidence-Based Policy Budgeting: Monitoring and Evaluation of Participatory Budgeting Practice in Ukraine
Person:  Mr. Kilievych Olexandr Work Country: Ukraine 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Digital Transformation in Society and Policy Analysis: The Case of Ukraine and Developing Countries
Person:  Mrs. Kotseva-Tikova Maria Work Country: Bulgaria 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Social Progress Index of the Districts of Bulgaria
Person:  Mr. Laegreid Per Work Country: Norway 
Coauthors:  Tom Christensen
Paper:  Performance Management: Experiences and Challenges
Person:  Mr. Lazarov Iassen Work Country: Bulgaria 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Myths and Realities of the Roma Inclusive Policies in Bulgaria - Can They be Monitored on the Local Levels of Governance?
Person:  Mr. Michalek Tomas Work Country: Slovakia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Effectiveness of Science-Policy Interface
Person:  Mr. Mukherjee Sovik Work Country: India 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Ganglion of Wasted Votes and Religious Polarization: Evidence from Parliamentary Elections of India in the New Millennium
Person:  Mr. Riabtsev Gennadii Work Country: Ukraine 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Implementation of International Commitments of Ukraine in the Oil Sector: Monitoring and Evaluation Results
Person:  Ms. Sidor Monika Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Wasil Justyna,
Paper:  The Influence of Residents on the Decision-Making Process Regarding the Spatial Development Plan in the Largest Polish Cities
Person:  Mr. Sienkiewicz Mariusz Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Development Strategy as an Instrument of Evidence-Based Public Policy. Myth or Reality?
Person:  Mrs. Tamás Alexandra Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Koltai Tamás,
Paper:  Efficiency Analysis of a Hungarian Public Administrative Institution with Data Envelopment Analysis
Person:  Mr. Tertychka Valeriy Work Country: Ukraine 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Stakeholder Analysis in Ukrainian Governance: Shortcomings and Bottlenecks
WG7: Public Administration Education
Person:  Mr. András Szalai Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  New Methodological Solutions and Good Practices in the Training of Hungarian Public Servants
Person:  Ms. Bekakhmetova Akerke Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  New Tendencies in Civil Servants’ Training Within Kazakhstan in the Framework of the Concept of “Listening State”
Person:  Mrs. Belenyesi Emese Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Dobos Agota,
Paper:  Competency-Based Human Resource Management in the Public Sector from Educational Perspective – An International Comparison
Person:  Mr. Bozso Gabor Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Measuring Effectiveness in Public Administration Further Training: Assessing the results of an EU Funded Further Development Program on Public Administration Further Training in Hungary
Person:  Ms. Chen Xin Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Reform and Innovation of Education Evaluation: The Accelerator of the Modernization of Education Governance
Person:  Ms. Chernyak Tatyana Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Innovative Technologies of Formation of Professional Values of Future Specialists
Person:  Ms. Columban Alexandra Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Kotnik Žiga, Columban Alexandra, Macarie Cornelia Felicia,
Paper:  Gender and Public Administration Education. Romanian and Slovenian Students’ Perceptions on Gender Equality – A Comparative Approach
Person:  Ms. Kajtár Edit Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Bajnok Andrea, Berta Judit,
Paper:  Saving Private Ryan: Case study on Educational Reform in Public Administration
Person:  Ms. Liu Qian Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Exploration of Learning Management in Hubei Administration Institute
Person:  Ms. Menshova Vera Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Srebnaya Natalia,
Paper:  Values Interiorization and Public Administration Educational Technologies in the Context of Digitalization
Person:  Ms. Nurlybaeva Goulya Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Vocabulary Aspects in Collaborative Governance Competencies Development of PA Students
Person:  Mr. Pevcin Primoz Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Vitalisova Katarina, Spacek David, Klimovsky Daniel,
Paper:  Comparative Screening of Programme Competences: The Case of MPA Programmes in the Selected CEE Countries
Person:  Mr. Rasmussen Ken Work Country: Canada 
Coauthors: 
Rayner Jeremy ,
Paper:  Evidence Based Training: Is There One Best Way to Train Public Servants?
Person:  Mrs. Sabie Oana Matilda Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Sabie Oana Matilda, Burcea Stefan Gabriel, Burlacu Sorin,
Paper:  Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement. A Study among University Students from Public Administration Programmes
Person:  Mr. Stare Janez Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors:  Mitja Durnik
Buzeti Jernej, Nikolić Bruno,
Paper:  Education Development for Public Administration in the Field of Governance in the EU
Person:  Ms. Szakos Judit Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Szadeczky Tamas,
Paper:  How to Train Potential Cyber Experts? – Case study of the Hungarian National Cyber Challenge
WG8: Non-Governmental Organisations in Central and Eastern Europe
Person:  Mr. Baturina Danijel Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Human Factor X: Sustainability of Human Resources in the Croatian Third Sector
Person:   Elbers Frank Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Grigore Ana-Maria,
Paper:  From Human Resources to Resourceful Humans: Introducing Agility in NGO’s
Person:  Mrs. Kender-Jeziorska Iga Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Civil Society Involvement on the European Level: The Case of Civil Society Forum on Drugs by the European Commission
Person:  Ms. Kolomycew Anna Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Whose Interest Matters? The Role of NGOs’ Representatives within Local Advisory Councils
Person:  Ms. Kouzina Tatiana Work Country: Belarus 
Coauthors: 
Rabava Natallia,
Paper:  E-Petitions and Human Rights in Belarus: Unintentional Human Rights Defenders
Person:  Ms. Murray Svidronova Maria Work Country: Slovakia 
Coauthors: 
Vacekova Gabriela, Kubišová Ľuboslava,
Paper:  The Role of Social Innovations in Building the Nonprofit Sustainability
Person:  Mrs. Nezhina Tamara Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Debt Crisis Effects on Charitable Giving in EU Countries
Person:  Ms. Nyikos Gyorgyi Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Kondor Zsuzsanna,
Paper:  The Involvement of NGOs in Cohesion Policy Implementation in Hungary – A Historical Perspective (2004-2019)
Person:  Ms. Pató Viktória Lilla Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The growing role of civil sector in science governance- young researchers' perspective
Person:  Ms. Rabava Natallia Work Country: Belarus 
Coauthors: 
Chulitskaya Tatsiana, Kouzina Tatiana,
Paper:  Belarusian CSOs Registered Abroad: No Country for the Old Rules
Person:  Ms. Trei Mariliis Work Country: Estonia 
Coauthors: 
Sarapuu Külli,
Paper:  The impact of the European Migration Crisis on Government-NGO Collaboration in the Asylum Policy Field in Estonia
WG9: The Rule of Law & Public Administration
Person:  Ms. Andrijauskaitė Agnė Work Country: Germany 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The DNA of a Pan-European Administrative Sanction
Person:  Mr. Babsek Matej Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Kovac Polona, Tomazevic Nina,
Paper:  Administrative Reforms and Rule of Law: The Case of Social Work Centres in Slovenia
Person:  Ms. Bartha Ildikó Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Challenges of Application of EU State Aid Rules in the Area of Services of General Interests
Person:  Mr. Černý Petr Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Fulfilment of the European Union Law Requirements on Asylum Proceedings on the Example of the Czech Republic
Person:  Ms. Costea Ioana Maria Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Iluca Despina-Martha,
Paper:  The Burden of Proof in VAT Procedures under the Filter of the Right to a Fair Trial?
Person:  Mrs. Csatlos Erzsebet Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors:  -
Paper:  The EU ETD Directive and the Development of EU Administrative Procedural Law
Person:  Ms. Emrich-Bakenova Saule Work Country: Kazakhstan 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Mediation in Administrative Matters
Person:  Mr. Gajduschek Gyorgy Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Change of Legal Knowledge (Legal Awareness) in the Hungarian Population
Person:  Mr. Giljevic Teo Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
Vukojicic Tomic Tijana, Lalic Novak Goranka,
Paper:  Friends or Foes? Street-level Bureaucrats and Protection of the Rule of Law
Person:  Mr. Greif Stefan Work Country: Germany 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Religious Discrimination at Work - The Recent Case Law of the Court of Justice of the European Union
Person:  Mrs. Jakubek-Lalik Jowanka Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Zakroczymski Stanislaw,
Paper:  Effectiveness and Justice. The Disciplinary Procedure in the Civil Service in Poland
Person:  Ms. Janderova Jana Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Prohibition of Self-Incrimination in Administrative Inspection
Person:  Mrs. Kovac Polona Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors:  /
Paper:  Codifying General Administrative Procedures in Slovenia and EU: Advantages and Opportunities over Two Decades
Person:  Ms. Musa Anamarija Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors:  Boris Zelenika, Office for Legislation, Government of the Republic of Croatia, Zagreb, Croatia
Durman Petra,
Paper:  Better Regulation and Good Law Making: Instruments and Challenges in CEE Countries
Person:  Mrs. Pavlovska-Daneva Ana Work Country: Republic of North Macedonia 
Coauthors: 
Bitrakov Konstantin,
Paper:  Judicial Control Over the Acts of the Independent Anti-Corruption Authorities: The Macedonian Vis-a-Vis The Regional Experiences
Person:  Mr. Piątek Wojciech Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Court Administration as a Guarantor of Efficient Court Adjudication
Person:  Mr. Stanicic Frane Work Country: Croatia 
Coauthors: 
BRITVIĆ VETMA BOSILJKA,
Paper:  Ten Years of General Administrative Procedure Act in Croatia – What has Changed?
Person:  Mr. Stumpf Istvan Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Safeguarding the Rule of Law: Constitutional Control of Legislative Procedure (The Role of the Constitutional Court)
Person:  Mr. Szescilo Dawid Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Measuring Independence and Effectiveness of "Super Watchdogs" (Ombudsmen and Supreme Audit Institutions)
Person:  Mr. Szymalak James Work Country: United States 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Public Administrator Self-Censorship: An Ethical Analysis
Person:  Ms. Tudzarovska Gjorgjievska Emilija Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Effective Systems of Checks and Balances in the Era of Europeanization: Challenges and Perspectives
Person:  Mr. Wilk Bartosz Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Independent Regulatory Authority Dealing With Right to Information: Analysis of Regulatory Approaches
Person:  Mr. Zanko Tigran Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Legal Status of Civil Servants in the Russian Federation: Issues of Dismissal Due to Loss of Trust
Panel: Politico-Administrative Relations in CEE
Person:  Mr. Bakoš Eduard Work Country: Czech Republic 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Advisory Bodies of the Government – A Case Study of the Czech Republic
Person:  Mrs. Connaughton Bernadette Work Country: Ireland 
Coauthors:  Cian Devane, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland
Paper:  ‘Based on the Best Advice Available’ – Challenge and Change in Ireland’s Policy Advisory System
Person:  Mr. Gajduschek Gyorgy Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Hajnal Gyorgy,
Paper:  Policy Making in an Illiberal Context: The Changing Sources of Policy Expertise
Person:  Mr. Hazafi Zoltán Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Klotz Péter,
Paper:  The Management of the Senior Civil Service in Hungary in the International Context revised Abstract
Person:  Mr. Klotz Péter Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Hazafi Zoltán,
Paper:  The Management of the Senior Civil Service in Hungary in the International Context
Person:  Mr. Mazur Stanislaw Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Political Capture of Civil Service in the CEE Countries - Ideational Disruption Perspective
Person:  Mrs. Nastaca Corina Cristiana Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Profiroiu Marius, Profiroiu Alina,
Paper:  The Impact of Leadership on Civil Servants’ Resilience
Person:  Mrs. Radu Bianca Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  External Sources of Policy Advise at Municipal and County Level in Romania
Person:  Mr. Radu Liviu Work Country: Romania 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The Senior Civil Services in Central and Eastern Europe with a Focus on Romania
Person:  Ms. Staronova Katarina Work Country: Slovakia 
Coauthors: 
Rybar Marek,
Paper:  Trust, Competence, or Party Loyalty? Understanding Motivations for Patronage Appointments in Government Ministries in Slovakia 2010-2018
Person:  Mrs. Vanyi Eva Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Patronage? Political Predation? Changeable Tendencies within the Top Civil Servants in Hungary
Panel: Cultural Policy, Co-creation and Smart Development in Central and Eastern Europe
Person:  Mr. Kokeny Laszlo Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors:  Jászberényi, Melinda
Miskolczi, Márk
Paper:  Mobility and Digitalization - Getting Information and Traveling in the 21st Century Tourism and Transport
Person:  Ms. Pegan Andreja Work Country: United Kingdom 
Coauthors: 
Shaw Keith,
Paper:  An Exploratory Analysis on the Co-Creation in Cultural Institutions
Person:  Mrs. Petkovsek Veronika Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Pevcin Primoz,
Paper:  Drivers of Inter-Municipal Cooperation as a Vehicle for Smart Local Development
Person:  Ms. Révészová Zuzana Work Country: Slovakia 
Coauthors: 
Sebova Miriam,
Paper:  The Resurgence in Cultural Policy in Slovakia in the Era of an Overall Austerity
Person:  Ms. Vrbek Sanja Work Country: Slovenia 
Coauthors: 
Vrbek Sanja, Pluchinotta Irene,
Paper:  Co-Creation Drivers and Barriers in Cultural Policies: Is Culture a Special ‘Hub’ Policy Area for Co-Creation?
Person:  Mr. Wawrzyniec Rudolf Work Country: Poland 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Cooperation on the Local Cultural Market - Institutional Stakeholders and Their Relations
Person:  Ms. Xia Nan Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Research on China's Strategy of Building an Innovative City with Global Influence Chengdu Institute of Administration
Panel: China-CEE Panel
Person:  Mr. Li Zhixin Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Research on the Choice of Digital Governance Path in China
Person:  Ms. Quan Fang Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Quan Fang,
Paper:  Study on the Difficulties and Improvement Paths of Local Government Capabilities in Public Crisis Governance: A case Study of a NIMBY Conflict Incident
Person:   shi hong Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Thinking on Improving the Level of Digital Governance in Rural China: Cases of Rural Digital Governance Improved by Precision Poverty Alleviation Practice in Simon County, Yunnan Province
Person:  Mr. Song Jinsong Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Centralization and Decentralization in Emergency Respond Phases and Command Structures
Person:  Ms. Wang Wenting Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  City Credit Building in China from Academic and Practical View
Person:  Mr. Xianzhong Niu Work Country: China 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  China's Public Sector in its Capacity Building, What's Underway and What On the Way
Person:  Mr. Xu ZhengZhong Work Country: China 
Coauthors:  Yi Jin, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China;
Mei Luo, Sichuan Administration Institute, Chengdu, China.
Paper:  How Does BlockChain Enabling to Improve Government Efficiency:
A Case from Chancheng District of Guangdong Province in China
Panel: Behavioural Interventions in the Public Sector
Person:  Mrs. Bauer Lilla Work Country: Hungary 
Coauthors:  no
Paper:  Results and lacks of social integration of people with disabilities in Hungary over the last decade
Person:  Ms. Golodnikova Anna Work Country: Russian Federation 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  Potential of Using «Nudge» Concept in Public Regulation
Person:  Mrs. Muthová Nikoleta Work Country: Slovakia 
Coauthors: 
Malíček Maroš, Murray Svidronova Maria, Vitalisova Katarina,
Paper:  Behavioural Interventions in Selected Public Service
Person:  Mr. Pavlovský Patrik Work Country: Slovakia 
Coauthors: 
Sloboda Matus,
Paper:  How Reminders to Debtors on a Local Tax Affects their Behavior? The Field Experiment from Slovak City Prievidza
Person:  Ms. Petrosyan Laura Work Country: Armenia 
Coauthors: 
Lokyan Arsen,
Paper:  The Manifestations of Public Servants' Psychological Characteristics in their Work Activity
Person:   Stepanyan Anush Work Country: Armenia 
Coauthors: 
Paper:  The interrelation between personality peculiarities of public administration servants in the new era