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Public Administration and Public Policy Degree Programs in Europe: The Road from Bologna
Author(s)/Editor(s): Gyorgy Jenei, Karoly Mike
Date: 2008
ISBN: 978-80-89013-37-1
Price: 20 EUR + postage
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The objective of this book is to analyse and evaluate recent reforms of public policy and management programs in different parts of Europe, with special emphasis on the difficulties faced by countries in Eastern Central and Eastern Europe. It is thus based on the conviction that European countries face some common challenges and can learn from one another. At the same time, it seeks to highlight differences both between and within different regions on the Continent. The volume also follows the tradition of openness to the global academic and professional community that has been characteristic to both organisations. American scholars have made valuable contributions to the book. Moreover, a chapter looks beyond Europe and discusses the experience of non-European countries around the Mediterranean. The first part of the book provides an overview of some of the most important changes in the aftermath of Bologna. Particular emphasis is placed on the functions of international scholarly co-operation, issues of accreditation and doctoral programs. The second part of the book contains country reports of PA education in EU member states. The third part extends the analysis beyond the European Union to Eastern Europe. The book contains an analysis of a European Education Network consisting of various Universities from Western and Eastern Europe. The final chapter discusses non-European countries in the Mediterranean.


The Working Group on Degree Programs of PA/PP Education in Post-socialist Countries had been supported by a grant from The Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative Open Society Institute, Budapest, Hungary http://lgi.osi.hu/
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