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Politico-Administrative Relations - Who rules

Tony Verheijen

Date: 2001

ISBN: 80-890013-02-3

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The book is the result of more than three years of research work undertaken by a team of researchers from more than 10 states from Europe, the CIS and beyond. The first part provides theoretical and methodological insights into the study of politico-administrative relations. The second part consists of nine country studies, mainly from Central and Southeastern Europe and the Baltic States, but also include a study of Kyrghyzstan with comparatrive sections on other Central Asian states. The third section highlights key aspects of politico-administrative relations. The final section contains comparative conclusions. This volume is mainly destinated fro universities and training institutions

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Contents
Foreword.................................................................................................................5
Chapter 1: Introduction
Tony Verheijen........................................................................................................6
Chapter 2: Review of Theory on Politico–Administrative relations
Aleksandra Rabrenovic...........................................................................................10
Chapter 3: Politics and Bureaucracy in the Modern Administrative State:
Comparing Western and Eastern Europe
David Coombes.....................................................................................................26
Chapter 4: Methodological Frameworks for the Study of Politico–Administrative
relations and their Applicability in Post–communist Settings
Jan–Hinrik Meyer–Sahling..................................................................................... 45
Chapter 5: Politico–Administrative relations in Bulgaria
Rumiana Velinova, Vessela Bozhidarova and Vesselina Kolcheva............................... 64
Chapter 6: Politico–Administrative relations in the Czech Republic
Olga Vidláková .....................................................................................................86
Chapter 7: Evolution of Roles of Politicians and Civil Servants During the
Post–communist Transition in Estonia
Georg Sootla.......................................................................................................109
Chapter 8: Civil Service Development and Politico–Administrative relations
in Hungary
László Vass.........................................................................................................147
Chapter 9: Politico–Administrative relations in Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia
Askat Dukenbaev, and Valimjan Tanyrykov.......................................................... 175
Chapter 10: Politico – Administrative Relations: The Case of Latvia
Dace Jansone and Iveta Reinholde........................................................................203
Chapter 11: Politico–Administrative relations in Lithuania
Ieva Lazareviciute, Jovita Tirviene, and Jonas Poniskaitis...................................... 226
Chapter 12: Politico–Administrative relations: The Case of Slovakia
Ľudmila Malíková and Katarína Staroňová.......................................................... 268
Chapter 13: Politico–Administrative relations in Yugoslavia
Željko Ševic.......................................................................................................295
Chapter 14: Organising the delivery of policy advice
Ieva Lazareviciute and Tony Verheijen.................................................................. 324
CHAPTER 15: Building Institutions For Public Sector Professionalism In
Post–communist States
Alexander Kovryga and Sherman Wyman............................................................. 343
CHAPTER 16: Ethics And Politico–Administrative relations
Barbara Kudrycka................................................................................................389
Chapter 17: The evolution of Politico–Administrative relations in Post–
communist states: Main Directions
Tony Verheijen and Aleksandra Rabrenovic........................................................... 410

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