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Public Administration and Public Policy Degree Programs in Europe: The Road from Bologna

Gyorgy Jenei, Karoly Mike

Date: 2008

ISBN: 978-80-89013-37-1

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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.


Table of Contents

Introduction.......................................................................................................................7

On the Way to Bologna: Developments in Public Policy Programs in

Europe

Jak Jabes............................................................................................................... 11

Four Functions of International Accreditation:The case of EAPAA and

Public Administration in the Netherlands

Harry Daemen and Theo van der Krogt............................................................ 25

Accreditation Processes in Slovakia and Neighbouring Countries in

Central Europe: Current Problems and Possible Improvements

Juraj Nemec......................................................................................................... 39

PhD Education in Public Administration and Management in Europe

Christoph Reichard and Walter Kickert............................................................. 55

Quality Management in Public Administration Master Programmes:

Towards a Holistic Approach

Valérie Pattyn, Bruno Broucker, & Marleen Brans........................................... 81

Privately Funded Public Servants ? Public Administration Higher

Education in Estonia

Leif Kalev, Mari-Liis Jakobson, Maarja Sillaste, Viola Soiver, Georg Sootla ..... 107

Implementation of the Bologna Requirements in the BA/MA

Programmes of the Corvinus University of Budapest

György Jenei – Károly Mike.............................................................................. 153

Expansion and Adaptation: Irish Public Administration Programmes

and the International Context

Bernadette Connaughton................................................................................. 171

Delivering International Public Management programmes: the Case of

Bocconi University

Greta Nasi and Emanuele Vendramini ........................................................... 193

Between Tradition and Modernity the Past, Present and Future of Public

Administration Degree Programmes in Poland

Witold Mikulowski............................................................................................ 211

The Bologna Process in Romania’s Public Administration Higher Education Programmes: Case Study on Department of Public Administration

Sorin Dan Şandor, Veronica Junjan................................................................. 243

The Development and Role of Specialised Education in Public

Administration for Public Sector Transformation: The Case of Slovenia

Janez Stare and Mirko Vintar........................................................................... 265

A Plea to Include Change Theory in a Curriculum of PA Studies

Frits van den Berg............................................................................................. 285

Public Administration and Public Policy in Armenia: Past and Future

Gayane Selimyan and Diana Danielian.......................................................... 299

Context and Self-Sustainability in Public Administration Education:

The Macedonia Graduate Centre for Public Policy and Management

William N. Dunn, David Y. Miller, Siddharth Chandra,Veli Kreci,

Jacqueline Saslawski.......................................................................................... 311

Professional Education for Civil Servants in Russia

Alexei G. Barabashev, Sergey A. Parkhomenko............................................... 327

The Bologna Process and the Development of Public Administration

Education in Ukraine

Natalya Kolisnichenko and Allan Rosenbaum................................................ 349

Fostering Higher Education Mobility in Europe: Challenges for

International Programme Collaboration in the Post-Bologna era

Marleen Brans – Valérie Pattyn....................................................................... 361

Academic Resources in Public Administration in the Arab

Mediterranean Countries: Looking for Convergence and Recognition

Carlos Conde Martínez..................................................................................... 379

About Authors.............................................................................................................. 389

Index.............................................................................................................................. 397


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