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Opening Session
 Paper:  Keynote Speech: Redesigning “From Policy Design to Policy Practice”
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 Author(s):  Geert Bouckaert, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Public Management Institute, Leuven, Belgium
   
 Paper:  Transformational Leadership Capacities in Public Sector Institutions for Practical to Implementation of the 2030 Agenda and Attainment of the SDGs
  save  Paper file: Transformational leadership capacities Manukyan.pdf
 Author(s):  Garegin Manukyan, United Nations, Dept. of Economic & Social Affairs, Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government , New York, United States
   
 Paper:  Why and How Context Matters in Public Administration Innovation and Strategic Change
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 Author(s):  Edoardo Ongaro, The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
   
 Paper:  Keynote Speech: Good Design is only the Start: Making Public Policies Work
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 Author(s):  B. Guy Peters, University of Pittsburgh, Dept. of Political Science, Pittsburgh, United States
   
 Paper:  Keynote Speech: Public Policy in Troubled Waters
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 Author(s):  Martin Potůček, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague 1, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  Security and Public Administration: Some Insights in Latvian Experience
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 Author(s):  Iveta Reinholde, University of Latvia, Faculty of Social Sciences, Riga, Latvia
   
Main Conference Theme
 Paper:  NGO Engagement in the United Nations and its Impact on the International System
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 Author(s):  Jaroslava Bobková, University of Economics of Prague, Faculty of International Relations, Prague 3 – Žižkov, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  The Role and Significance of Strategic and Normative Factors in Public Policy Design and Implementation in Slovenia: A Content Analysis
  save  Paper file: The role and significance Kotnik.pdf
 Author(s):  Žiga Kotnik, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
 Author(s):  Lan  Umek, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
 Author(s):  Polona Kovac, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
 Author(s):  Dalibor Stanimirovic, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
 Author(s):  Mirko Vintar, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  Re-establishment of Peoples Trust in the Public Sector as a Basic Pre-condition for Sustainable Development
  save  Paper file:  Re-establishment of peoples Obolonsky.pdf
 Author(s):  Alexander Obolonsky, Higher School of Economics, Department of PA and Municipal Management, School of Social Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  Whose Security are we talking about? The Concept of Security is Hindering, rather than Enhancing, EU Policy-Making as far as Migration Issues are concerned
  save  Paper file: Whose security Travasoni.pdf
 Author(s):  Silvia Travasoni, Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna, Italy
   
 Paper:  Towards more Evidence-based Policy-making in Montenegro in the Context of the Advanced Stage of EU Accession Negotiations
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 Author(s):  Almedina Vukic, Secretariat-General of the Government, Department for Strategies of the Government, Podgorica, Montenegro
   
 Abstract:  Implementing RIA in Policy-making in Romania … Still under construction!
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 Author(s):  Tatiana-Camelia Dogaru (Cruceanu), National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, Faculty of Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
  Veli Kreci, South East European University, Tetovo, Republic of North Macedonia
   
 Abstract:  Contracting-out the Job Search Assistance and Counseling Service for Young Third Country Immigrant Employment-Related Transition and the Role of Public Employment Service and Private Employment Agencies in CEE Countries: A Comparison of Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland
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 Author(s):  Eddy Bruno Esien, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague 5, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  The Operation of Advisory Systems within Varying Political and Economic Contexts: The Case of the Lithuanian Sunset Commission
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 Author(s):  Vitalis Nakrosis, University of Vilnius, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius, Lithuania
  Rasa Bortkevičiūtė, University of Vilnius, Vilnius, Lithuania
   
 Abstract:  Financial Bureaucrats of Europe: Comparative Analysis of their Attitudes towards Policy-making
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 Author(s):  Ringa Raudla, Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tallinn, Estonia
  James Douglas, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, United States
Jason Windett, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, United States
   
 Abstract:  Individual Performance Appraisal in the Western Balkans: Civil Service Professionalisation or Bureacratic Facade?
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 Author(s):  Katarina Staronova, Comenius University, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
   
 Abstract:  Network Facilitating Innovation Policy – The Case of the Hungarian Cyber Security Ecosystem
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 Author(s):  Judit Szakos, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
  Tamas Szadeczky, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
   
General Session
 Paper:  Devising a Method for Studying the Social and Psychological Maturity of Specialists
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 Author(s):  Laura Petrosyan, Public Administration Academy of the Republic of Armenia, Faculty of Managment, Yerevan, Armenia
 Author(s):  Alina Galstyan, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia
   
 Paper:  Transforming Public Administration in Turbulent Times: the Case Study of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus
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 Author(s):  Viktor Sapryka, Belgorod State University, Institute of State and Municipal Management, Belgorod, Russian Federation
 Author(s):  Olga Zvyeryeva, Kharkiv National University, Kharkiv, Ukraine Denys Tkachov, Kharkоv, Ukraine
   
 Paper:  The Role of the Values System in Professional Activity
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 Author(s):  Anush Stepanyan, Public Administration Academy of the Republic of Armenia, Faculty of Managment, Yerevan, Armenia
   
 Abstract:  Institutions and their Importance
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 Author(s):  Donald Fuller, American University of Armenia, School of Political Science & Intl. Affairs, Yerevan, Armenia
   
 Abstract:  In the Best Interests of the Child: An Analysis of Judgements on Involuntary Adoption in the Norwegian Judicial System
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 Author(s):  Hege Stein Helland, University of Bergen, Department of Administration and Organization Theory, Faculty of Social Sciences, Bergen, Norway
  Marit Skivenes, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
Øyvind Tefre, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Bergen, Norway
   
 Abstract:  Urban – Rural Differences in the Economic Resilience of Romania’s North-West Region Communities
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 Author(s):  Bogdan Andrei Moldovan, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj Napoca, Romania
  Alexandru Pavel, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Should CEE Countries Introduce Compulsory Voting as an Electoral Policy?
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 Author(s):  Alexandru Volacu, National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, Faculty of Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
   
PhD Pre-conference Seminar
 Paper:  Effectiveness of the Active Labour Market Policy on Employment Incentives or is there Time to take into Consideration the Universal Basic Income?
  save  Paper file: Effectiveness of the active Ajanović-Hovnik.pdf
 Author(s):  Sanja Ajanović Hovnik, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
 Author(s):  Stanka Setnikar-Cankar, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  A Multiple Stream Approach and Understanding Resistance and Change: the Case of Czech Hospitals
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 Author(s):  Olga Angelovska, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Praha 1, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  How is the Role of Public Employment Service and Non-state Employment Service Actors Institutionalised under the Employment Act to enable Young Third Country Immigrants Employment Related Transition? The Case of the Czech Republic
  save  Paper file: How is the role of-public Esien.pdf
 Author(s):  Eddy Bruno Esien, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague 5, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  Cyber Security Issues in Digital Kazakhstan
  save  Paper file: Cyber security Issabaeva.pdf
 Author(s):  Symbat Issabayeva, Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Institute of Management, Republic of Kazakhstan, Akmola region, Tselinograd district, Kosshy, Republic street 16, Kazakhstan
  Botagoz Yesseniyazova, The Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan
   
 Paper:  Implementation Barriers in the Czech Mental Health Care Sector – What are the Obstacles to Overcome to Bridge the Evidence-practice Gap?
  save  Paper file: Implementation barriers Kasal.pdf
 Author(s):  Alexandr Kasal, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  Barriers and Opportunities of Strategic Governance of Higher Education in West Africa: The Case of Senegal
  save  Paper file: Barriers and opportunities Ndiaye.pdf
 Author(s):  Sokhna Ndiaye, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  Co-creation and the Commons in Culture-led Urban Development
  save  Paper file: Co-creation and the commons Reveszova.pdf
 Author(s):  Zuzana Révészová, Technical University of Kosice, Dept. of Regional Science and Management, Faculty of Economics, Košice, Slovakia
   
 Abstract:  Interaction of Public Professionals-Civil Servants and Citizens-Clients while Implementing Public Policy
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Gonchiarova.pdf
 Author(s):  Natalja Gončiarova, Vytautas Magnus University, Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy, Kaunas, Lithuania
  Saulius Pivoras, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
   
 Abstract:  Use of Cross-efficiency Method on the Example of Primary Health Care Biomedical Laboratories in Slovenia
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 Author(s):  Nejc Lamovšek, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
Pre-conference Seminar "How to Write a Good Policy Paper”
 Paper:  Transparency, Contract Management, Ethical Standard, and Open Competition: In Local Government Units Contracting-out of Case Management Service Delivery
  save  Paper file: Transparency contract Esien.pdf
 Author(s):  Eddy Bruno Esien, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague 5, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  Role of the Policy Paper in the Policy Making Process
  save  Paper file: Role of the policy Junjan.pdf
 Author(s):  Veronica Junjan, University of Twente, Department of Public Administration, Enschede, Netherlands
 Author(s):  Daniel Klimovsky, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
   
 Paper:  Types of Policy Papers – Policy Study and Policy Analysis
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 Author(s):  Veronica Junjan, University of Twente, Department of Public Administration, Enschede, Netherlands
 Author(s):  Daniel Klimovsky, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
   
 Paper:  Structure of the Policy Paper
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 Author(s):  Veronica Junjan, University of Twente, Department of Public Administration, Enschede, Netherlands
 Author(s):  Daniel Klimovsky, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
   
 Paper:  Participatory Budgeting in Belarus: Checking of Possibilities for Decentralized Cooperation
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 Author(s):  Yuri Krivorotko, Lev Sapieha Foundation, Central Office (Lev Sapieha Foundation), Minsk, Belarus
   
 Paper:  Networked Individualism and Citizens Participation: Is it a Challenge for Public Administration in Latvia?
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 Author(s):  Eduards Lielpeters, University of Latvia, Faculty of Business, Management and Economics, Riga, Latvia
 Author(s):  Lilita Seimuskane, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
   
 Abstract:  Human Rights Protection through Public Policy Design and Analysis
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 Author(s):  Mihaela Victorita Carausan, National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, Faculty of Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Network Facilitating Innovation Policy – The Case of the Hungarian Cyber Security Ecosystem
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 Author(s):  Judit Szakos, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
  Tamas Szadeczky, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
   
Capacity Building Workshop "Evidence-based Policy Making in the European Integration Context”
 Paper:  Re-thinking the Importance of Equity Principles in Carbon Emissions Policy for the Future : An Empirical Narration for India vs. European Union
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 Author(s):  Sovik Mukherjee, St. Xavier's University, Department of Economics, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, Kolkata, India
   
 Paper:  Deficiencies of the Forward-looking EU Policy making
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 Author(s):  Martin Potůček, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague 1, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  New Legal and Institutional Framework as Tools for Fostering Evidence-based Strategic planning in Montenegro
  save  Paper file: New legal and institutional Vukic.pdf
 Author(s):  Almedina Vukic, Secretariat-General of the Government, Department for Strategies of the Government, Podgorica, Montenegro
   
 Abstract:  Interaction of Public Professionals-Civil Servants and Citizens-Clients while Implementing Public Policy
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 Author(s):  Natalja Gončiarova, Vytautas Magnus University, Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy, Kaunas, Lithuania
  Saulius Pivoras, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
   
 Abstract:  Implementation Barriers in the Czech Mental Health Care Sector – What are the Obstacles to Overcome to Bridge the Evidence-practice Gap?
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Kasal.pdf
 Author(s):  Alexandr Kasal, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
   
I. Working Group on Local Government
 Paper:  Social Media Use at the Local Level: Challenges of the Adoption Process in Hungary
  save  Paper file: Social media Bajnok.pdf
 Author(s):  Andrea Bajnok, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Local Public Service Management in Contemporary Hungary - From a Local Government Point of View
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 Author(s):  Tibor Busko, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Analysis of Fiscal and Tax Autonomy of Local Government Units in selected EU-13 member States
  save  Paper file: Analysis of fiscal Grdinic.pdf
 Author(s):  Maja Grdinic, University of Rijeka, Faculty of Economics, Rijeka, Croatia
 Author(s):  Sasa  Drezgic, University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia
 Author(s):  Robert Matić, University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia
   
 Paper:  Financial Aid above the Legal Standard at the Municipal Level: Case Study of the Influence of Civil Servants on Policy Design
  save  Paper file: Financial aid Hejzlarova.pdf
 Author(s):  Eva Hejzlarova, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  What are the Limits of Local Government’s Competences? Polish Municipalities between the Grasping Central Government and Unsympathetic Administrative Courts
  save  Paper file: What are the limits Lalik.pdf
 Author(s):  Jowanka Jakubek-Lalik, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw, Poland
   
 Paper:  The Local Integration of Migrants: Experiences and Perspectives
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 Author(s):  Marie Jelinkova, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, 11636, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  Study of Local Investment — Change and Sources of Financing: The Case of Bulgaria and Macedonia
  save  Paper file: Study of local investment Kalcheva.pdf
 Author(s):  Desislava Kalcheva, Independent Researcher, Sofia, Bulgaria
 Author(s):  Presiana Nenkova, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria
 Author(s):  Memet Memeti, South East European University, Tetovo, Republic of North Macedonia
   
 Paper:  New Perspectives in Development of Local Self-Government in Croatia
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 Author(s):  Mirko Klaric, University of Split, Faculty of Law, Split, Croatia
   
 Paper:  Mapping the facilitators and obstacles of Inter- Municipal Cooperation: Systematic Qualitative Analyses in Hungary
  save  Paper file: Mapping the facilitators Kovacs.pdf
 Author(s):  Eva Kovacs, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Conflict, Crisis, Collapse: Wavering Urban Governments in the Czech Republic
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 Author(s):  Lucie Nemcova, Charles University, Institute of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  The Need for Affirmation of the Mechanisms for Active Participation of Citizens in the Crеаtion and Implementation of Local Policies
  save  Paper file: The need for affirmation Spasovska.pdf
 Author(s):  Ivana Shumanovska-Spasovska, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Faculty of Law "Iustinianus Primus", Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia
   
 Paper:  The Essence of Local Public Affairs: What can be Considered as Local? Following Contemporary Local Self-government Changes in Hungary
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 Author(s):  Judit Siket, University of Szeged, Dept. of Public Administration & Financial Law, Faculty of Law, Szeged , Hungary
   
 Paper:  Relations between Local and County Government in Croatia: Cooperation and Competition in Europeanization Context
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 Author(s):  Mihovil Skarica, University of Zagreb, Department of Administrative Sciences, Faculty of Law, Zagreb, Croatia
   
 Abstract:  Local Officials Concerns of Inter-Municipal Cooperation in the Czech Republic
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 Author(s):  Eduard Bakoš, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Brno, Czech Republic
  Eduard Bakoš, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
Lucie Sedmihradska, University of Economics of Prague, Prague , Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Partnership between Local Government & Community
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 Author(s):  Amitava Basu, Centre for Environmental Management & Participatory Development, New Delhi, India
   
 Abstract:  Under the Radar? Mapping Local Agencies in Croatia
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 Author(s):  Dana Dobric Jambrovic, University of Rijeka, Faculty of Law, Rijeka, Croatia
  Anamarija Musa, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
   
 Abstract:  The Role of Local Self-government in Implementing the Local Initiative as a Form of Public Services Co-production
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 Author(s):  Bartosz Wilk, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw, Poland
   
 Abstract:  The Organisational Resource Capacity and ISO 9001 QMS Implementation in Local Government in Poland
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 Author(s):  Marek Ćwiklicki, Cracow University of Economics, Department of Public Administration, Kraków, Poland
  Barbara Pawełek, Cracow University of Economics, Krakow, Poland
Kamila Pilch, Cracow University of Economics, Krakow, Poland
   
 Abstract:  Fiscal Responsibility at the Municipal Level – Case Study of the Czech Republic
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 Author(s):  Petra Dvorakova, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Brno, Czech Republic
  Eduard Bakoš, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Pay Dissatisfaction amongst Municipal Employees: Empirical Evidence from Russia’s Stavropol Region
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 Author(s):  Tim Jaekel, Higher School of Economics, Department of Public Administration, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Abstract:  City Lab: Limiting Local Democracy or Emphasizing the Importance of Representative Democracy?
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Kopycinski.pdf
 Author(s):  Piotr Kopyciński, Cracow University of Economics, Department of Public Economics, Krakow, Poland
   
 Abstract:  Motives for Inter-municipal Cooperation: Evidence from Lithuania
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Lazauskiene.pdf
 Author(s):  Aistė Lazauskienė, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
  Jurga Bucaite Vilke, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
   
 Abstract:  Determinants of Competitiveness in Mayoral Elections in Slovakia
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 Author(s):  Matus Sloboda, Comenius University, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
  Tomas Cernenko, University of Economics of Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia
   
 Abstract:  Bracketing Democracy: A Comparison of Frames used to Demarcate Democracy
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Sobis.pdf
 Author(s):  Iwona Sobis, University of Gothenburg, School of Public Administration, Gothenburg, Sweden
  Michiel de Vries, Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands
   
 Abstract:  At the Tipping Point? Welsh Councils’ Perceptions of Austerity
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 Author(s):  Emma Taylor-Collins, Cardiff University, Wales Centre for Public Policy, Cardiff, United Kingdom
  James Downe, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom
   
II. Working Group on E-government
 Paper:  Co-governance at the Local Level: An Analysis of the Citizens Suggestion Service in the Slovenian Municipality of Ljubljana
  save  Paper file: Co-governance at the local Decman.pdf
 Author(s):  Mitja Decman, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  Comparative Analysis and Measurement of Electronic Signatures Created by Notaries in Europe
  save  Paper file: Comparative analysis Erdosi.pdf
 Author(s):  Peter Mate Erdosi, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Cyber Security Issues in Digital Kazakhstan
  save  Paper file: Cyber security issues Issabaeva.pdf
 Author(s):  Symbat Issabayeva, Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Institute of Management, Republic of Kazakhstan, Akmola region, Tselinograd district, Kosshy, Republic street 16, Kazakhstan
 Author(s):  Botagoz Yesseniyazova, The Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan
   
 Paper:  Sid Meyer´s Civilization and Simulating Technology-society Policy Making: a Case Study of using Computer Games to Engage Students in Learning about Public Administratio
  save  Paper file: Sid meyers civilization Nemeslaki.pdf
 Author(s):  Andras Nemeslaki, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary
 Author(s):  Laszlo Molnar, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary
 Author(s):  Tas Nemeslaki, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
   
 Paper:  Voting via Internet in the Polish Legal System: From Policy Design to Policy Practice
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 Author(s):  Maciej Pisz, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw, Poland
   
 Paper:  Networked Individualism and Citizens Participation: Is it a Challenge for Public Administration in Latvia?
  save  Paper file: Networked individualism Seimuskane.pdf
 Author(s):  Lilita Seimuskane, University of Latvia, Faculty of Business, Management and Economics, Riga, Latvia
 Author(s):  Eduards Lielpeters, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
   
 Paper:  Digitisation of Core E-government Services for Citizens - The Case of Selected CEE Countries
  save  Paper file: Digitisation of core Spacek.pdf
 Author(s):  David Spacek, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Brno, Czech Republic
 Author(s):  Mihály Csótó, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
 Author(s):  Nicolae Urs, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Maturity of E-portals: Evaluation of the eCohesion Research
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 Author(s):  Tamas Laposa, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Abstract:  Communication of Brand Personality by CEE Cities - International Study of Municipal Activities in Social Media
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Wawrzyniec.pdf
 Author(s):  Rudolf Wawrzyniec, University of Lodz, Faculty of Management, Lodz, Poland
   
III. Working Group on Public Administration Reform in CEE and CA
 Paper:  Adapting the European Immigration Policy in the Context of the Migration Pressure
  save  Paper file: Adapting the european Berceanu.pdf
 Author(s):  Ionut-Bogdan Berceanu, National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, Faculty of Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
   
 Paper:  The Story of a Decade of Centralisation in Hungary. Framing the Current Public Administration and Public Policy Development Path
  save  Paper file: The story of-a decade Gellen.pdf
 Author(s):  Marton Gellen, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Efficiency of the Second Instance Administrative Commissions and the Administrative Courts in the Republic of Macedonia
  save  Paper file: Efficiency of the second Gocevski.pdf
 Author(s):  Dragan Gocevski, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Faculty of Law "Iustinianus Primus", Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia
 Author(s):  Iskra Akimovska Maletic, Police Academy, Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia
   
 Paper:  Perception of Strategic Institutional Changes by One-Stop-Shop staff: The Case of Omsk
  save  Paper file: Perception of strategic Kapoguzov.pdf
 Author(s):  Evgeny Kapoguzov, Omsk State University. F.M. Dostoyevsky, Economic Faculty, Omsk, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  South Africa s Local Government Service Delivery Woes in Respect of Policy Implementation Challenges: Lessons from the South
  save  Paper file: South africas local government Kroukamp.pdf
 Author(s):  Hendri Kroukamp, University of the Free State, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, Bloemfontein, South Africa
   
 Paper:  Local Drive for Optimisation of Public Services in Post-Soviet Transition Settings: The Case of Kazakhstan.
  save  Paper file: Local drive for optimisation Kurmanov.pdf
 Author(s):  Bakhytzhan Kurmanov, Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan
   
 Paper:  Ethical Liberal Values vs. the Soviet Administrative Heritage: The Drama of the Russian Transit
  save  Paper file: Ethical liberal values Obolonsky.pdf
 Author(s):  Alexander Obolonsky, Higher School of Economics, Department of PA and Municipal Management, School of Social Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  Reorganization of Federal Executive Authorities: Comparative Analysis of Russia and the USA
  save  Paper file: Reorganization of- ederal Zanko.pdf
 Author(s):  Tigran Zanko, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service (IPACS), Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Abstract:  Modernisation of HR Management Practices in Georgian Public Organisations in the Prism of the New Law on Civil Service
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Dolidze.pdf
 Author(s):  Nino Dolidze, Ilia State University, Master of Public Administration Program, Tbilisi, Georgia
   
 Abstract:  Open Government in Central Asia: Lessons for Developing Societies
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Janenova.pdf
 Author(s):  Saltanat Janenova, Nazarbayev University, Graduate School of Public Policy, Astana, Kazakhstan
  Colin Knox, Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan
Karl O'Connor, University of Ulster, Belfast, United Kingdom
   
 Abstract:  European Semester Monitoring Effects on the Implementation in EU Member States
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Junjan.pdf
 Author(s):  Veronica Junjan, University of Twente, Department of Public Administration, Enschede, Netherlands
   
 Abstract:  Consolidating the State of the Art post-NPM Literature: A Bibliometric Approach
  save  Abstract file: Abstract ropret.pdf
 Author(s):  Marko Ropret, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  Aleksander Aristovnik, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Abstract:  How (quasi-)marketization evolve over Time - the Case of Georgian Debt Enforcement
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Sanden.pdf
 Author(s):  Johan Sandén, Sodertorn University, Stockholm, Sweden
  Nino Chalauri, Georgian Institute of Public Affairs, Tbilisi, Georgia
   
 Abstract:  The Role of Leadership in Community Resilience
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Ticlau.pdf
 Author(s):  Tudor Cristian Ticlau, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  Cristina Hintea, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Hintea Cristina, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Public Administration Reforms within the EU Funds Management System in Slovakia and Hungary
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Vyrostova.pdf
 Author(s):  Eva Vyrostova, Pavol Jozef Safárik University of Kosice, Faculty of Public Administration, Kosice, Slovakia
  Gyorgyi Nyikos, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Abstract:  Public Administration Reform in Bulgaria: The EU Funding Effect on Policy Dynamics and Priorities
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Zankina.pdf
 Author(s):  Emilia Zankina, American University in Bulgaria, Department of Political Science, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
   
 Abstract:  Historical and Future Perspective on Public Administration Reforms in Countries from Central and Eastern Europe
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Radu.pdf
 Author(s):  Liviu Radu, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
IV. Working Group on Inter-regional Cooperation and Development
 Paper:  Inter-regional Cooperation in the Energy Sector: The Case of Electricity Markets in the Balkans
  save  Paper file: Inter regional cooperation Andreeva.pdf
 Author(s):  Lyubimka Andreeva, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Philosophy, Sofia, Bulgaria
   
 Paper:  The EGTC as a new Tool for Inter-regional and Cross-border Cooperation – A Quantitative Analysis
  save  Paper file: The egtc Eckardt.pdf
 Author(s):  Martina Eckardt, Andrássy University Budapest, Faculty of International Relations, Budapest, Hungary
 Author(s):  Stefan Okruch, Andrássy University Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
 Author(s):  Csilla Szentivanyi, Andrássy University Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Inter-municipal cooperation in Lithuania: the dilemma of compatibility between local and regional benefits
  save  Paper file: Inter municipal Mikaluaskas.pdf
 Author(s):  Arvydas Mikalauskas, Vytautas Magnus University, Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy, Kaunas, Lithuania
   
 Paper:  Regulatory Competition in the Digital Economy of the Eurasian Economic Union
  save  Paper file: Regulatory competition Yefremov.pdf
 Author(s):  Alexey Yefremov, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Center of Public Administration Technologies, Institute for Applied Economic Research, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Abstract:  Vertical and Horizontal Inter-regional Cooperation in Russian Civil Service Best Practices Distribution
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Barabashev.pdf
 Author(s):  Alexey Barabashev, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Abstract:  Key Characteristics of Sub-national Cross-border Cooperation in Europe: Three Types of European Geo-political Contexts Compared
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Jaansoo.pdf
 Author(s):  Annika Jaansoo, University of Twente, Department of Public Administration, Enschede, Netherlands
   
 Abstract:  Regional Collaboration Centres as Platforms for Sharing the Best HRM Practices between the Regions of the Russian Federation
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Zaytseva.pdf
 Author(s):  Tatiana Zaytseva, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Public Administration, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
V. Working Group on Public Finance and Public Financial Management
 Paper:  Is the Non-take-up Problem present in the Czech Republic?
  save  Paper file: Is the non take up Godarova.pdf
 Author(s):  Jana Godarova, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Brno, Czech Republic
 Author(s):  Iveta Starhova, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  Rationalisation of Spending Public Resources in Healthcare: Example of Laboratory Services in Slovenia
  save  Paper file: Rationalisation of spending Klun.pdf
 Author(s):  Maja Klun, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
 Author(s):  Nejc Lamovšek, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  Participatory Budgeting in Belarus: Checking of Possibilities for Decentralised Cooperation
  save  Paper file: Participatory budgeting Krivorotko.pdf
 Author(s):  Yuri Krivorotko, Lev Sapieha Foundation, Central Office (Lev Sapieha Foundation), Minsk, Belarus
   
 Paper:  Tax Incidence of Two-Sided Monopoly Platforms
  save  Paper file: Tax incidence Mukherjee.pdf
 Author(s):  Sovik Mukherjee, St. Xavier's University, Department of Economics, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, Kolkata, India
   
 Paper:  The Regulation and Role of State Subsidies in Domestic Automotive Investments in Hungary
  save  Paper file: The regulation Novoszath.pdf
 Author(s):  Peter Novoszath, National University of Public Service, Research Institute of Public Finance, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  The Impact of Public Support on Firms’ R&D Investment: Evidence from Slovenia
  save  Paper file: The impact Ravselj.pdf
 Author(s):  Dejan Ravselj, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
 Author(s):  Aleksander Aristovnik, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia Aleksander Aristovnik, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  Ukrainian Local Budget Transparency: Challenges of Fiscal Decentralisation
  save  Paper file: Ukrainian local Slukhai.pdf
 Author(s):  Sergii Slukhai, National Taras Shevchenko University, Dept. of Economics, Faculty of Economics, Kyiv, Ukraine
 Author(s):  Liudmyla Demydenko, National Taras Shevchenko University, Kyiv, Ukraine
 Author(s):  Yuliia Nakonechna, National Taras Shevchenko University, Kyiv, Ukraine
 Author(s):  Tetyana Borschenko,
   
 Paper:  The Efficiency of Regional Government Expenditure in the Russian Federation
  save  Paper file: The efficiency Tyutyuryukov.pdf
 Author(s):  Vladimir Tyutyuryukov, Higher School of Economics, Institute of the State and Municipal Administration, Moscow, Russian Federation
 Author(s):  Sabina Hodzic, University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia
   
 Paper:  Local Government Debts in the EU Countries
  save  Paper file: Local government debts Vertesy.pdf
 Author(s):  Laszlo Vertesy, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Abstract:  Analysis of Administrative Barriers for SMEs in the Field of Tax Compliance: A Data Mining Approach
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Aristovnik.pdf
 Author(s):  Aleksander Aristovnik, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  Dejan Ravselj, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Marko Ropret, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Lan Umek, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Abstract:  Effects of Changing Financial Transfers on Local Taxation
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Lados.pdf
 Author(s):  Mihaly Lados, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, West Hungarian Research Department, Institute for Regional Studies, Gyor, Hungary
   
 Abstract:  Pros and Cons of the e-Procurement Market in Slovakia
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Nemec.pdf
 Author(s):  Juraj Nemec, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Brno, Czech Republic
  Marta Orviska, University of Matej Bel, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Matus Grega, University of Matej Bel, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
   
 Abstract:  The Consequences of Public Procurement Irregularities in Hungary
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Nyikos.pdf
 Author(s):  Gyorgyi Nyikos, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
  Gabor Soos, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Abstract:  Economic Effects of Public and Private Sources
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Nyikos.pdf
 Author(s):  Gyorgyi Nyikos, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
  Tamas Laposa, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
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 Abstract:  Rational Mayors Call: "Do Not Close Registry Offices!"
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Sedmihradska.pdf
 Author(s):  Lucie Sedmihradska, University of Economics of Prague, Faculty of Finance & Accounting, Praha , Czech Republic
  Ivana Tománková, University of Economics of Prague, Prague , Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Factors Influencing the Length and Outcomes of Public Procurement Review in the Czech Republic
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Sumpikova.pdf
 Author(s):  Marketa Sumpikova, The College of Regional Development and Banking Institute - AMBIS, a.s., Prague, Czech Republic
  Jan Pavel, University of Economics of Prague, Prague , Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Innovation in the Economic Processes of the Court Administration of the Czech Republic
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Viktora.pdf
 Author(s):  Martin Viktora, University of Economics of Prague, Faculty of Management, Prague, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Еffectiveness of Quantitative Restrictions of the Russian Federation Imported Goods as a Measure of State Regulation
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Vysotckaya.pdf
 Author(s):  Valeriia Vysotckaya, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Tyumen, Russian Federation
   
VI. Working Group on Evidence-Based Public Policy Making
 Paper:  Quantifying Culture: Techniques for Including Cultural Evidence in Policy Analysis
  save  Paper file: Quantifying culture Barnes.pdf
 Author(s):  David Barnes, University of Delaware, School of Urban Affairs & Public Policy, Oglesby, United States
 Author(s):  Octavian Moldovan, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Paper:  Public Administration and Sustainable Development Goals: The Russian Context
  save  Paper file: Public administration Bobylev.pdf
 Author(s):  Sergey Bobylev, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  The Synergies of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Good State and Governance Report in Hungary
  save  Paper file: The synergies Bojtor.pdf
 Author(s):  András Bojtor, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
 Author(s):  Katalin Czippan, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Challenges of Impact Assessment on the Development of Public Administration in Hungary:The Case of Good Governance Indicators
  save  Paper file: Challenges of impact Bozso.pdf
 Author(s):  Gabor Bozso, National University of Public Service, Institute of Executive Tranining and Continuing Education , Budapest, Hungary
 Author(s):  András Bojtor, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
 Author(s):  Károly Jugovits, Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Fare Policies for Public Transportation in the State of Ceará (Brazil)
  save  Paper file: Fare policies Costa.pdf
 Author(s):  Maria Costa, Agência Reguladora do Estado do Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil
 Author(s):  Jose Sousa, Agência Reguladora do Estado do Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil
   
 Paper:  Electromobility in Poland: From Strategy Building to Practice
  save  Paper file: Electromobility Dobaczewska.pdf
 Author(s):  Anna Dobaczewska, Polish Association for Public Administration Education, Gdansk, Poland
   
 Paper:  Participation of Non-State Actors in the Process of Regional Development Policy
  save  Paper file: Participation of non state Dolidze.pdf
 Author(s):  Nino Dolidze, Ilia State University, Master of Public Administration Program, Tbilisi, Georgia
 Author(s):  Tamar Koberidze, Georgian Institute of Public Affairs, Tbilisi, Georgia
   
 Paper:  Increasing Reliance on Energy Wood? A Case Study on Policy-Practice Interface in Selected European Countries
  save  Paper file: Increasing reliance Ferranti.pdf
 Author(s):  Francesca Ferranti, Open University of the Netherlands, Heerlen, Netherlands
 Author(s):  Vasja Leban, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  Public Policy on Accessibility of Higher Education - Policy Declarations and Reality in Georgia
  save  Paper file: Public policy Jokhadze.pdf
 Author(s):  Natia Jokhadze, Caucasus University, Caucasus School of Governance, Tbilisi, Georgia
   
 Paper:  Civil Society in the Western Balkans and the Public Administration Reform Sandwich Strategy
  save  Paper file: Civil society Lazarevic.pdf
 Author(s):  Milena Lazarevic, European Policy Centre, Belgrade, Serbia
   
 Paper:  Social Awareness on Floods and its Management
  save  Paper file: Social awareness Rustemi.pdf
 Author(s):  Agron Rustemi, South East European University, Department of Public Administration, Tetovo, Republic of North Macedonia
   
 Paper:  State Reform and Public Administration in Hungary
  save  Paper file: State reform Soos.pdf
 Author(s):  Edit Soos, University of Szeged, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Law, Szeged, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Stakeholder Analysis in the Practice of the New Civil Service of Ukraine
  save  Paper file: Stakeholder analysis Tertychka.pdf
 Author(s):  Valeriy Tertychka, National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy", Kyiv-Mohyla School of Governance, Kyiv, Ukraine
   
 Abstract:  A Multiple Stream Approach and Understanding Resistance and Change: the Case of Czech Hospitals
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Angelovska.pdf
 Author(s):  Olga Angelovska, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Praha 1, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Co-creation in Public Policy – An Attempt to Design an Eastern European Model
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Carausanx.pdf
 Author(s):  Mihaela Victorita Carausan, National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, Faculty of Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
   
 Abstract:  The Sweden Model of Information Exchange and Partnership between Stakeholders: The Case of Postal Workers
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Dvorak.pdf
 Author(s):  Jaroslav Dvorak, Klaipeda University, Dept. of Public Administration and Political Sciences, Klaipeda, Lithuania
   
 Abstract:  A Systematic Literature Review as a Tool for informing Evidence-based Policy-making
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Kasal.pdf
 Author(s):  Alexandr Kasal, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Justifying the Child’s Best Interest - A Comparison of Court Decisions in Norwegian Child Protection Cases of Violence in Migrant and Non-Migrant Families
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Lovlie.pdf
 Author(s):  Audun Lovlie, University of Bergen, Department of Administration and Organization Theory, Faculty of Social Sciences, Bergen, Norway
  Marit Skivenes, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
   
 Abstract:  Empirical Insights into the Decision-making Process at Municipal and County Level in Romania
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Radu.pdf
 Author(s):  Bianca Radu, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Beliefs or Policy? Assessing Child Marriage and the Case of Public Policy in Nigeria
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Amoako.pdf
 Author(s):  Martha Amoako, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Evidence-based Policy Analysis in the Digital Era: Cases of Developing Countries
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Kilievych.pdf
 Author(s):  Olexandr Kilievych, National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine, Department of Economic Policy, Kyiv, Ukraine
   
 Abstract:  Comparative Analysis of Public Crisis Management Programmes in Russia
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Lvova.pdf
 Author(s):  Olga Lvova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Public Administration, Moscow, Russian Federation
  Alla Bobyleva, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
VII. Working Group on Public Administration Education
 Paper:  Action Research: Cooperation of Practitioners and Researchers for Knowledge Development in Public Organisations
  save  Paper file: Action research Banasik.pdf
 Author(s):  Przemysław Banasik, Gdańsk University of Technology, Gdańsk University of Technology Faculty of Management and Economics, Gdańsk, Poland
 Author(s):  Sylwia Morawska, Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, Poland
   
 Paper:  Assessment of the Need for Public Servants in the Formation and Development of Anti-corruption Competencies in the Learning Process
  save  Paper file: Assessment of the need Chernyak.pdf
 Author(s):  Tatyana Chernyak, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Siberian Institute of Management and Public Administration (SIMPA), Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  Can we be Satisfied with what is Compulsory?
  save  Paper file: Can we be satisfied Darida.pdf
 Author(s):  Zsuzsa Darida, Szechenyi Istvan University, Doctoral School of Regional and Economic Sciences, Gyor, Hungary
 Author(s):  Laszlo Jozsa, Szechenyi Istvan University, Gyor, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Text Mining Method in the Analysis of Peer Observation Notes of Teaching in Public Administration Study Programmes
  save  Paper file: Text mining Kerzic.pdf
 Author(s):  Inesa Keržič, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
 Author(s):  Manica Danko, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  Improving Teaching within Public Administration Courses: Advances in Classroom Using Peer Assisted Learning
  save  Paper file: Improving teaching Kotnik.pdf
 Author(s):  Žiga Kotnik, United Nations, Dept. of Economic & Social Affairs, Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government , New York, United States
   
 Paper:  Designing a Masters Programme "Personnel–management in Public Administration Bodies": From Challenge to Realisation
  save  Paper file: Designing a masters Menshova.pdf
 Author(s):  Vera Menshova, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Siberian Institute of Management and Public Administration (SIMPA), Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
 Author(s):  Natalia Srebnaya, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  The Development of Foreign Language Professional Competencies of Public Administration Students
  save  Paper file: The development Nurlybaeva.pdf
 Author(s):  Goulya Nurlybaeva, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, School of Public Policy, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  Why do Ghanaian and Russian Women Study Public Administration?
  save  Paper file: Why do ghanaian Utkina.pdf
 Author(s):  Valeriya Utkina, Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  Education in the Context of Globalisation and Technological Changes: Issues of Skills and Competencies in Training Programmes
  save  Paper file: Education in the context Voroncuk.pdf
 Author(s):  Inesa Vorontchuk, University of Latvia, Faculty of Business, Management and Economics, Riga, Latvia
 Author(s):  Inese Ratanova, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
   
 Abstract:  Students’ Sense and Sensibilities. An Exploratory Study of Perceptions around Gender Equality and Violence against Women in Romania’s Largest University
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Columban.pdf
 Author(s):  Alexandra Columban, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  Cornelia Felicia Macarie, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Mihail BUSEPhD Candidate, Iuliu Haţieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy, 23 Marinescu Street, 400337, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Understanding the Specificity of Public Administration Education in the Region: Outline of a Theoretical Frame
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Gajduschek.pdf
 Author(s):  Gyorgy Gajduschek, Corvinus University of Budapest, Dept. of Public Policy and Management, Faculty of Economics, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Abstract:  Strategic Challenges for Public Administration Education
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Hintea.pdf
 Author(s):  Calin Hintea, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  Roger Hamlin, Michigan State University, East Lansing, United States
   
 Abstract:  Challenges of Teaching Public Administration in the Post-soviet Region
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Janenova.pdf
 Author(s):  Saltanat Janenova, Nazarbayev University, Graduate School of Public Policy, Astana, Kazakhstan
   
 Abstract:  Implementing UN SDGs in Subnational Institutions: The Role of Schools of Public Administration and Affairs
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Meek.pdf
 Author(s):  Jack Meek, University of La Verne, Department of Public and Health Administration, La verne, United States
   
 Abstract:  The Academic Resilience of Public Administration Students
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Moldovan.pdf
 Author(s):  Octavian Moldovan, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Why Some Fail and Others Succeed? Explaining the Academic Performance of PA Undergraduate Students
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Pavelea.pdf
 Author(s):  Alina Maria Pavelea, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj Napoca, Romania
  Octavian Moldovan, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Changing the Public Sector through Digital Learning Environments? E-Portfolios and Teaching Public Administration
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Sedlacko.pdf
 Author(s):  Michal Sedlacko, University of Applied Science FH Campus Wien, Vienna, Austria
  Julia Dahlvik, University of Applied Science FH Campus Wien, Vienna, Austria
   
VIII. Working Group on Non-Governmental Organizations in Central and Eastern Europe
 Paper:  The Potential Effects of Donor Funding Schemes on the Diversity and Sustainability of Central and Eastern European CSOs: the Example of the EEA and Norway Grants
  save  Paper file: The potential effects Boyart.pdf
 Author(s):  Amelia Boyart-Bienenfeld, I do not belong to any Institution, Brussels, Belgium
   
 Paper:  Stakeholder Engagement for Better Regulation of the NGO Sector - Positive Experience from Slovenia
  save  Paper file: Stakeholder engagement Brezovar.pdf
 Author(s):  Nejc Brezovar, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  From Local Service Delivery to Advocacy in the European Union: Are Romanian NGO’s Stretched Too Thin?
  save  Paper file: From local service Grigore.pdf
 Author(s):  Ana-Maria Grigore, University of Bucharest, Department of Administration, Faculty of Public Administration and Business, Bucharest, Romania
  Frank Elbers, University of Bucharest, Bucharest 2, Romania
   
 Paper:  The European Institutions and Roma Rights Advocacy: Understanding NGO-IO Partnerships through the Lens of Identity Theory
  save  Paper file: The european institutions Luntumbue.pdf
 Author(s):  Valentin Luntumbue, College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium
   
 Abstract:  The Same Tasks but Different Ways to Solve Social Problems - Cooperation Between NGOs and Local Government: Comparative Analyses of the Czech and Polish Experiences
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Abdelhafez.pdf
 Author(s):  Dina Abdelhafez, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
  Monika Sidor, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland
   
 Abstract:  From Silent Witness to Vocal Advocate. The Role of Civil Society Organisations in Promoting Gender Equality and Combatting Violence Against Women and Girls in Post-2010 Romania
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Columban.pdf
 Author(s):  Alexandra Columban, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Collaborative Governance in Illiberal Democracies: A Comparative Case Study of the Drug Harm Reduction Policy in East-central Europe.
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Kender Jeziorska.pdf
 Author(s):  Iga Kender-Jeziorska, Corvinus University of Budapest, Dept. of Public Policy and Management, Faculty of Economics, Budapest, Hungary
  Gyorgy Hajnal, Corvinus University of Budapest and Centre for Social Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (CSR HAS), Budapest, Hungary
   
 Abstract:  Partners or Figureheads? Non-public Actors in Deliberative Decision-making in Polish Cities
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Kolomycew.pdf
 Author(s):  Anna Kolomycew, Rzeszow University, Institute of Political Science, Rzeszow, Poland
  Agnieszka Pawlowska, Rzeszow University, Rzeszow, Poland
   
 Abstract:  (In)compatible Partners? The EUs and Local Civil Societies Framing of Human Rights Promotion in the South Caucasus
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Luciani.pdf
 Author(s):  Laura Luciani, Ghent University, Centre for EU Studies (CEUS), Ghent, Belgium
   
 Abstract:  Protest Movements in the European Multi-Polity: Emerging European Identity?
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Mathe.pdf
 Author(s):  Reka Zsuzsanna Mathe, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Abstract:  The Same Tasks but Different Ways to solve Social Problem by Cooperation between NGOs and Local Government Comparative analyses for the Czech and Polish Experiences (for Homelessness Problem)
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Sidor.pdf
 Author(s):  Monika Sidor, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Faculty of Political Science, Lublin, Poland
  Dina Abdelhafez, Charles University, Prague 1, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  The Evolvement of NGOs in the Field of Refugee Policy in Estonia
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Trei.pdf
 Author(s):  Mariliis Trei, Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tallinn, Estonia
  Külli Sarapuu, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
   
 Abstract:  Pathways to corruption in Central Eastern Europe and Eurasia: A Fuzzy-sets Qualitative Comparative analysis
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Villanueva.pdf
 Author(s):  Prince Aian Villanueva, Corvinus University of Budapest, Institute of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
   
Panel: The Rule of Law & Public Administration
 Paper:  The Realisation of the Principle of a Fair Procedure in Hungary
  save  Paper file: The realisation Bekesi.pdf
 Author(s):  Nora Balogh-Bekesi, Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  The Bankruptcy Law and its Enforcement in Russia
  save  Paper file: The bankruptcy Bobyleva.pdf
 Author(s):  Alla Bobyleva, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Public Administration, Moscow, Russian Federation
  Olga Lvova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  Rule of Law and the European Administration of Consular Protection
  save  Paper file: Rule of law Csatlos.pdf
 Author(s):  Erzsebet Csatlos, University of Szeged, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Szeged, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Just Administrative Procedures as End Result: Case of Kazakhstan
  save  Paper file: Just administrative procedures Bakenova.pdf
 Author(s):  Saule Emrich-Bakenova, KIMEP University, Department of Public and Municipal Administration, Almaty, Kazakhstan
   
 Paper:  In-house Procurement in Romania from Exception to the Rule: Implications for the Rule of Law (Transparency, Accountability)
  save  Paper file: In house procurement Farca.pdf
 Author(s):  Laura  Farca , Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, 6 Prof. Dr. Mihail Georgescu, flat 8, Bucharest, second district, Romania
  Dacian Dragos, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Paper:  The Impact of Recent European Developments on the Operation of the Rule of Law Principle in the Czech Republic
  save  Paper file: The impact of recent Janderova.pdf
 Author(s):  Jana Janderova, University of Pardubice, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Pardubice, Czech Republic
   
 Paper:  The Rule of Law in Public Governance Models through Content Analysis of Selected Articles
  save  Paper file: Rule of law Kovac.pdf
 Author(s):  Polona Kovac, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  Formation of Аnti-corruption Integrity Standards (An Example of the Russian Federation)
  save  Paper file: Formation of anti corruption Menschikova.pdf
 Author(s):  Galina Menshikova, St. Petersburg State University, Dept. of Sociology, Faculty of Sociology, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
  Svetlana Evstratchik , St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
Nikolai Pruel, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
Sergey Savin, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
   
 Paper:  Public Institutions and Legal Principles - Who Determines Whom?
  save  Paper file: Public institutions Pecaric.pdf
 Author(s):  Mirko Pecaric, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  The Rule of Law and Administrative Justice in Hungary
  save  Paper file: The rule of law Pollak.pdf
 Author(s):  Kitti Pollak, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Voluntary Tax Compliance in Slovenia: A Path to Cooperation and Mutual Trust with Public Administration?
  save  Paper file: Voluntary tax Sever.pdf
 Author(s):  Tina Sever, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  Tatjana Jovanovic, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  Challenges of Rule of Law: Juristocracy, Deep State, Administrative State
  save  Paper file: Challenges of rule Stumpf.pdf
 Author(s):  Istvan Stumpf, Szechenyi Istvan University, Deak Ferenc Faculty of Law and Political Science, Gyor, Hungary
   
 Paper:  Independence of Regulatory Authorities under EU Law: Failed Attempt to Create Fourth Branch of Government?
  save  Paper file: Independence of regulatory Szescilo.pdf
 Author(s):  Dawid Szescilo, University of Warsaw, Department of Theory of Administration, Institute of Administrative Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw, Poland
   
 Abstract:  Deepening the European Rule of Law Crisis: Romanian Public Administration and Judiciary’s Resilience under Pressure: Romania in the Footsteps of Hungary and Poland
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Dragos.pdf
 Author(s):  Dacian Dragos, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj Napoca, Romania
  Roxana Vornicu, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  Support for the Rule of Law (RoL) and its Consequences for Governmental Functioning
  save  Abstract file: Abstract- Gajduschek.pdf
 Author(s):  Gyorgy Gajduschek, Corvinus University of Budapest, Dept. of Public Policy and Management, Faculty of Economics, Budapest, Hungary
   
 Abstract:  The Impact of Service Standardisation on Lithuanian Street-Level Bureaucracy
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Gonciarova Natalja.pdf
 Author(s):  Natalja Gončiarova, Vytautas Magnus University, Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy, Kaunas, Lithuania
  Saulius Pivoras, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
Remigijus Civinskas, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
Remigijus Civinskas Assoc. Prof. at Public Administration Department, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania; Saulius Pivoras - Professor at Public Administration Department, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania.
   
 Abstract:  Discretion, prediction and decision-making – an analysis of newborn child removals in the Norwegian County Social Welfare Board
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Juhasz.pdf
 Author(s):  Ida Benedicte Juhasz, University of Bergen, Department of Administration and Organization Theory, Faculty of Social Sciences, Bergen, Norway
   
 Abstract:  The Child’s Right to Family Life: An Analysis of the European Court of Human Rights’ Reasoning on Adoption without Consent
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Krutzinna.pdf
 Author(s):  Jenny Krutzinna, University of Bergen, Department of Administration and Organization Theory, Faculty of Social Sciences, Bergen, Norway
  Claire Breen, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
Marit Skivenes, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
Katre Luhamaa, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
   
 Abstract:  The Principle of the Child’s Best Interest in Child Protection
  save  Abstract file: Abstract McEwan.pdf
 Author(s):  Amy McEwan-Strand, University of Bergen, Department of Administration and Organization Theory, Faculty of Social Sciences, Bergen, Norway
  Marit Skivenes, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
   
 Abstract:  The Effectiveness and Efficiency of Internal Administrative Appeals in Romania. Good Legislative Intentions but No Results?
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Moldovan1.pdf
 Author(s):  Octavian Moldovan, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  Gabriela Bucatariu, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
   
 Abstract:  For the Glory of the Rule of Law: Institutional and Procedural Guarantees of Access to Public Information in Seven CEE/SEE Countries
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Musa.pdf
 Author(s):  Anamarija Musa, University of Zagreb, Study Centre for Public Administration and Public Finances, ZAGREB, Croatia
  Polona Kovac, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Abstract:  The national parliaments and the fight against corruption: Why the parliamentary scrutiny matters?!
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Tudzarovska.pdf
 Author(s):  Emilija Tudzarovska Gjorgjievska, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Praha, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Public Administration and EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. Legal Remedies in Case of Violation of EU Fundamental Rights by the National Administrative Authorities
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Vrabie.pdf
 Author(s):  Mihaela Vrabie, University of Bucharest, Public Law Department, Faculty of Law, Bucharest, Romania
   
Panel: Politico-Administrative Relations in CEE
 Paper:  Ministerial Advisers in Slovakia: Who are They? The Backgrounds and the Career Paths of the Ministerial Advisers in Slovakia
  save  Paper file: Ministerial advisers Krajnak.pdf
 Author(s):  Samuel Krajnak, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Public Management Institute, Leuven, Belgium
   
 Abstract:  Developing Politicisation Research: Testing Hypotheses through a Quantitative Enquiry in the Czech Republic
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Kohoutek.pdf
 Author(s):  Jan Kohoutek, Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
  Martin Nekola, Charles University, Prague 1, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Functional or Party Politicisation of Top Civil Servants? Internal and External Recruitment Patterns in Slovak Ministries
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Staronova.pdf
 Author(s):  Katarina Staronova, Comenius University, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
  Marek Rybar, Slovakia
   
 Abstract:  Pressure or Loyalty? Changeable Tendencies in the Top Civil Servant System in Hungary
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Vanyi.pdf
 Author(s):  Eva Vanyi, Corvinus University of Budapest, Institute of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
   
Panel: Challenges in the Strategic Renewal of Public Administrations across Europe
 Paper:  The Inspiration from Open Government, Public Engagement and Agile Governance: A Case study of Tax E-filing System Reform in Taiwan
  save  Paper file: The inspiration Jung.pdf
 Author(s):  YuHeng Jung, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Brno, Czech Republic
   
 Abstract:  Key Insights from a Literature Review on ‘Downwards Facing’ Models of Strategy in Public Agency Settings
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Ferlie.pdf
 Author(s):  Ewan Ferlie , Kings College London (Kings Business School), london, United Kingdom
  Andreja Pegan, Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Irene Pluchinotta, Kings College London (Kings Business School), London, United Kingdom
Keith Shaw, Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
   
 Abstract:  Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector: Theoretical Background and Practical Implications
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Jukic.pdf
 Author(s):  Tina Jukic, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  Jacob Torfing, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Denmark
Primoz Pevcin, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Mitja Decman, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Jože Benčina, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Sanja Vrbek, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Abstract:  Exploring Strategy Making in ‘non-New Public Management’ Public Services Settings: The Case of European Union Agencies
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Ongaro.pdf
 Author(s):  Edoardo Ongaro, The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
  Ewan Ferlie , Kings College London (Kings Business School), London, United Kingdom
   
Panel: Cultural Policy and Creativity for Smart Development in Central and Eastern Europe
 Paper:  Local Culture in the Global Context: Can Cultural Events Help Local Development? Evidence From Bulgaria
  save  Paper file: Local culture Bobcheva.pdf
 Author(s):  Nadezhda Bobcheva, Municipal Council of Silistra, Silistra, Bulgaria
   
 Paper:  An Insight into Governance and Policy-making Dimensions of the Smart City Concept from the CEE Perspective
  save  Paper file: An insight Pevcin.pdf
 Author(s):  Primoz Pevcin, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Public Administration, Ljubljana, Slovenia
   
 Paper:  Co-creation and the Commons in Culture-led Urban Development
  save  Paper file: Co creation Reveszova.pdf
 Author(s):  Zuzana Révészová, Technical University of Kosice, Dept. of Regional Science and Management, Faculty of Economics, Košice, Slovakia
   
 Paper:  Creative Potential in the Cities and its Exploitation in Sustainable Development in Slovakia
  save  Paper file: Creative potential Vitalisova.pdf
 Author(s):  Katarina Vitalisova, University of Matej Bel, Faculty of Economics, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
  Anna Vanova, University of Matej Bel, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Sona Capkova, University of Matej Bel, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Maria Uramova, Slovakia
Kamila Borsekova,
University of Matej Bel, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
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Thomas Helie, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, Reims, France
Fabrice Thuriot, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, Reims, France
   
 Abstract:  The Creative Class: Does it Hamper or Support the Regional Economic Resilience in Romania?
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Pavelea.pdf
 Author(s):  Alina Maria Pavelea, Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Public Administration and Management, Cluj Napoca, Romania
  Bogdana Neamtu, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Bogdana NEAMȚU
   
 Abstract:  European Capital of Culture: How it can Change the Cultural Participation in the Hosted City.
  save  Abstract file: Abstrac Sebova.pdf
 Author(s):  Miriam Sebova, Technical University of Kosice, Dept. of Regional Science and Management, Faculty of Economics, Kosice, Slovakia
   
Panel: Public Value as a Guiding Principle for Governance
 Abstract:  Understanding Public Value through its Instruments
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Cwiklicki.pdf
 Author(s):  Marek Ćwiklicki, Cracow University of Economics, Department of Public Administration, Kraków, Poland
  Kamila Pilch, Cracow University of Economics, Krakow, Poland
   
 Abstract:  Creating Public Value through Building Network Sustainability
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Meek.pdf
 Author(s):  Jack Meek, University of La Verne, Department of Public and Health Administration, La verne, United States
   
 Abstract:  Public Value at the European Level: Unpacking Cohesion Policy
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Pegan.pdf
 Author(s):  Andreja Pegan, Northumbria University, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, United Kingdom
   
 Abstract:  Public Value Management and Public Administration Traditions: An Analysis
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Sedlacko.pdf
 Author(s):  Michal Sedlacko, University of Applied Science FH Campus Wien, Vienna, Austria
  Julia Dahlvik, University of Applied Science FH Campus Wien, Vienna, Austria
   
Panel: Public Service Reform in the Post-Soviet Countries
 Paper:  The Civil Service Reform in Uzbekistan
  save  Paper file: The civil service Yuldasheva.pdf
 Author(s):  Feruza Yuldasheva, The Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan , Department for Public Administration , TASHKENT, Uzbekistan
   
 Abstract:  Creating a Top Management Service in Macedonia
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Jahija.pdf
 Author(s):  Jahi Jahija, Ministry of Information Society and Administration of the Republic of Macedonia, Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia
   
 Abstract:  Trajectories of Civil Service Development in the Former Soviet Union Countries
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Janenova.pdf
 Author(s):  Saltanat Janenova, Nazarbayev University, Graduate School of Public Policy, Astana, Kazakhstan
  Alikhan Baimenov, Astana Civil Service Hub, Astana, Kazakhstan
   
 Abstract:  Development Directions in Civil Service in the Republic of Azerbaijan
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Khalilov.pdf
 Author(s):  Bahram Khalilov, State Examination Center of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Baku city, Azerbaijan
   
 Abstract:  Public Service Reform in Kazakhstan
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Khassen.pdf
 Author(s):  Zhandos Khassen, Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for Civil Service and Anti-Corruption, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
   
 Abstract:  Stages of the Formation of Public Service in the Kyrgyz Republic
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Torogeldiev.pdf
 Author(s):  Zamir Torogeldiev, Office of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic, Department of Public Administration Policy and Organizational and Inspection Work, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
   
 Abstract:  Digital Competencies for Civil Servants
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Yessimova.pdf
 Author(s):  Sholpan Yessimova, Ahmet Yasawi University, Turkestan, Kazakhstan
   
Panel: Behavioral Interventions in Public Sector
 Paper:  Is Nudging Legitimate Public Policy? Practical and Conceptual Challenges to Legitimacy of Nudging as a Public Policy
  save  Paper file: Is nudging Pavlovsky.pdf
 Author(s):  Patrik Pavlovský, Comenius University, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
   
 Abstract:  The Ethics of Nudge: An Empirical Assessment
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Mabsout.pdf
 Author(s):  Ramzi Mabsout, American University of Beirut, Economics department, Beirut, Lebanon
   
 Abstract:  Is Nudging Legitimate Public Policy? Practical and Conceptual Challenges to Legitimacy of Nudging as a Public Policy
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Pavlovsky.pdf
 Author(s):  Patrik Pavlovský, Comenius University, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
   
 Abstract:  How Reminders to Debtors on a Local Tax Affects their Behavior? The Field Experiment from Slovak City Prievidza
  save  Abstract file: Abstract Pavlovsky.pdf
 Author(s):  Patrik Pavlovský, Comenius University, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
  Matus Sloboda, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
   
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