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October 28 - October 28, 2021
Making European Policies Work – Next Generation EIPA

November 2 - November 9, 2021
Cohesion Policy Project Appraisal 2021-2027, CBA, the Connecting Europe Facility

November 9 - November 10, 2021
How to Work with the European Public Prosecutor’s Office?

November 10 - November 12, 2021
Performance Auditing of EU Co-Funded Investments

November 15 - November 19, 2021
The Green Deal 2021-2027

November 16 - November 17, 2021
Challenges Posed by Technological Disruption, Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence

November 18 - November 19, 2021
Competitive Dialogue and Negotiated Procedures

November 18 - November 19, 2021
Introduction to EU Asylum and Migration Law

November 23 - November 25, 2021
The New Regulations for Financial Management and Control of EU Structural and Cohesion Funds

November 24 - November 26, 2021
Audit and Anti-Fraud Measures, ESI Funds 2021-2027 ARACHNE Programme

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World Public Sector Report 2021

Call for papers for the TRAS special issue

Call for Papers: Slovak Journal of Political Sciences

CEPAR: SPECIAL ISSUE CALL for 1-2021

ASPA: Call for Papers – Occasional Paper Series

TRAS: Public Administration’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic

Think fast …act faster

Call for Papers - Smart City and Regional Development Journal

Participation in Public Administration Revisited

OECD Senior Vacancy Position: Senior Policy Advisor


Conference Papers - Main Conference Theme
All papers are in pdf (Acrobat reader). Some of the papers are not availabe for the moment and will be uploaded immediately when received.


DISSCUSSION PANEL:

Wolfgang Drechsler, University of Tartu, Estonia
Paper: Back to the Future: On the Necessity of Classical Integrated Public Administration (With Some Additional Remarks on Innovation)

Kristin Morse, Urban Institute, Washington, D. C, USA
and Margarita Pinegina, Marina Shapiro, Institute for Urban Economics, Moscow, Russia 
Joint paper: Increasing the Capacity of Russian Government Officials: In-Service and University-Based Public Policy Programs

Brian Tutt and Aidan Rose, London Metropolitan University, UK
Paper: Strengthening Sub-National Government: Technical Assistance and In-Service Training in Ukraine

Miroslav Mateev, Institute of PA and European Integration, Bulgaria
Paper: The Need of Enhancing the Public Administration Training Capacities to Support the Process of Good Governance





TOPIC I:
Enhancing the Capacities of Regional and Local Governments


 
Donald Fuller, Visiting Professor Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia
Paper: Enhancing the Capacities of Central Governments with Special Reference to Postcommunist Countries

Rainer Kattel, Tallinn Technical University, Estonia 
Paper not available yet

Radoslaw Zubek, London School of Economics and Political Sciences, United Kingdom
Paper not available yet

Oleh Protsyk , University of Ottawa, Canada
Paper: Reforming Cabinets in Post-Communist Countries: Political Determinants of Cabinet Organization and Size

Kim Lynge Nielsen, Aalborg university, Denmark
Paper no available yet

Andrei Lobatch, Grodno State University, Belarus
Paper no available yet

Vesselin Dimitrov, London School of Economics and Political Sciences, United Kingdom 
Paper not available yet

Martin Brusis, University of Munich, Germany  
Paper no available yet

Karin Hilmer Pedersen, Aarhus University, Denmark
and Radoslaw Zubek, London School of Economics and Political Sciences, United Kingdom
Joint-paper not available yet

Marketa Vylitova, Research Institute for Labour and Social Affairs, Prague, Czech Republic
Paper: (De)centralization of Social Services in the Czech Republic

Sven Soiver, State Audit Offce, Tallinn, Estonia
Paper: Public Participation and Media Roles in the Policy Process: The Case of Punishment Act of Estonia





TOPIC II:
Enhancing the Capacities of Regional and Local Governments

 
Michiel S. de Vries, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Paper: Democratic Values in Times of Radical Change: A Comparison at the Local Level between Lithuania, Belarus, Russia, Sweden and The Netherlands

Peter Szegvari, University of Economy, Budapest, Hungary
Paper: New Governmental Functions of the Hungarian Regions regarding to the Accession to the European Union: Challenges and Realities  

Phillip J. Bryson, Brigham Young University, Utah, USA
Paper: The Property Tax - A Missed Opportunity for Fiscal Decentralization in Transition Countries? The Czech and Slovak Cases

Galima Eshmukhamedova, Academy of Management under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic
Paper Decentralisation and Regional Development in the Kyrgyz Republic

Roberta Benini, University of Bologna, Italy
Paper not available 
 


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