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Performance Audit degli investimenti co-finanziati dal budget UE: l’approccio della Corte dei Conti

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Knowledge Management in Public Sector Organisations

April 23 - April 26, 2024
New Structural Funds Programmes and the New Regulations 2021-2027

May 22 - May 24, 2024
Financial Management and Audit of EU Structural Funds, 2021-2027

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CAF Success Decoded: Leadership Commitment and Agile Management

May 23 - May 28, 2024
Ex-post Regulatory Evaluations

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Regulatory Impact Assessments

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Monitoring and Evaluation of EU Structural and Cohesion Funds programmes, 2021-2027

June 18 - June 19, 2024
Negotiate to Win: Essential Skills for Bilateral Negotiations

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Competitive Dialogue and Negotiated Procedures

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Central European Public Administration Review accepted for inclusion in Scopus

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DPIDG/DESA and the International Budget Partnership (IBP) Handbook for Auditors

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Call for papers for EGPA 2023 Conference, Zagreb, Croatia, 5-7 September 2023

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Call for PIONEER (Public Sector Innovation and eGovernance) application

Conference Papers 

I. Working Group on Politico-Administrative Relations
All papers are in pdf (Acrobat reader). Some of the papers are not availabe for the moment and will be uploaded immediately when received.

Claudia Ionescu, Ilfov Regional Development Agency, Romania
Paper: Communication the Magic Tool in Exercising and Preserving Political Power

Georg Sootla, Tallinn University of Educational Sciences, Estonia
Paper not available yet

Donald Fuller, Visiting Professor Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia
Paper Analyzing Policy Formulation in the Czech Republic: The Cases of Temelin (Nuclear Power) and EU Accession

Sally N. Cummings, Dept. of Politics, University of Edinburgh
and Ole Norgaard, Dept. of Political Science, University of Aarhus
Join-paper: The Administration-Society Interface. A Comparative Perspective on Post-Communist Experiences

Iveta Reinholde, Teaching Associate, University of Latvia
Paper: Role and Role Perceptions of Senior Officials in Latvia

I. Lazareviciute, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Paper not available yet

L. Drensgaard, Aarhus University, Denmark
Paper: A Game Theoretical Analysis of the Hungarian Civil Service System

Pavel Ovseiko, Centre for Policy Studies, Budapest, Hungary
Paper 1: The Politics of Health Sector Reform in Eastern Europe: An Actor-Centered Institutionalist Framework for Analysis

Paper 2: Challenge for Effective Health Sector Governance in Hungary: Co-operation between the Medical Profession and Government

Pat Gray, London Metropolitan University, UK
Paper: Hard Cases and Improving "Governance": Putin and Civil Service Reform in the Russian Federation

Askat Dukenbaev, American University – Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Paper: Understanding Public Policy Making in Kyrgyzstan: In a Comparative Perspective

Anu Toots, Tallinn University of Educational Sciences, Estonia
Paper: Why Actors Vary? A Study of Estonian Pension and Unemployment Insurance Legislation

Jochen Franzke, Astrid Strohbach and Stephanie Tragl, University of Potsdam, Germany
Join-paper: Problems of Agricultural Administration in Central and East European Countries - some preliminary Results from Estonia, Poland and Slovakia

Annika Velthut, Tallinn Pedagogical University
Paper: Interests and Patterns of Participation: Secondary Legislation Drafting in Estonia

Tatiana Majcherkiewicz, University of Mining and Metallurgy, Cracow, Poland
Paper: Democratic, Decentralization and Efficient Regional Governance: Politico-administrative Relations in Polish Regions, 1989-2001 

Anna Volkova, Russian State Pedagogical University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Paper: Modernizing the Relationship between Levels of Governance: The Experience of Russia

Tania Malyarenko, Donetsk State Academy of Management, Ukraine
Paper: The New Players and Balance of Power in Ukraine

Magdalena Sapala, Poznan University of Economics, Poland
Paper: Sub-National Mobilisation in the European Integration Process "Eurofitness" of Polish Regional Authorities

Ľudmila Malikova, Comenius University, Slovakia
Paper: Formation of Politico-Administrative Relations on Local Level in Slovakia

Petrenko Viktor, Andrusyak Pavlo, Kulyk Tetyana, Rusanov Gennadiy; Ukraine
Join-paper: Factors Ensuring Cooperation Between Local Selfgovernment and State Administrations in the Ivano-Frankvisk Region of Ukraine

Vera Markova, Sofia University "St.Kliment Ohridski"
Analysis of the Public Involvement in the Decision Making Process and in the Implementation of the Environment Impact Assessment Procedure on the Ecological Policy of Bulgaria

Katarína Staroňová, Open Society Foundation, Bratislava, Slovakia
Paper: Role and Role Perceptions of Senior Officials in Slovakia