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TESTIMONIALS

NISPAcee identifies challenges pertinent to Central and Eastern Europe, whereas IIAS identifies challenges of public administration on the worldwide basis. The cooperation of the two institutions leads to sharing innovative ideas

Rolet Loretan, General Director of the International Institute of Administrative Science, Belgium, p. 374

IIAS and NISPAcee address the challenges of public administration in different geographic regions and environments, but both are striving to make a contribution for improving public administration; to create a forum where academics and practitioners meet and discuss the emerging problems to find common solutions

(Rolet Loretan, General Director of the International Institute of Administrative Science, Belgium, p.374)

NISPAcee’s annual conferences not only are interesting for public-administration researchers, but also for those who are (more) involved in public-administration teaching (the reason of existence of most, if not all, NISPAcee members)

(Theo van der Krogt, Secretary – general at European Association for Public Administration Accreditation, The Netherlands, p. 371)

focus of NISPAcee on research indirectly helped a lot to improve the quality of the public-administration education in Central and Eastern Europe

Theo van der Krogt, Secretary – general at European Association for Public Administration Accreditation, The Netherlands, p. 369-370

NISPAcee has modelled in itself the kinds of success and contributions to public service that it is seeking to further in its members. It has built strong and motivational social bonds among leaders in public-service education and broken down regional barriers to cooperation. It has planted the seeds for good scholarship and significantly advanced the quality of policy analysis in the region.

Michael Brintnall, Executive Director of the American Political Science Association, United States, p. 367-368

NISPAcee has done all that a professional community should – carried out its projects effectively and given identity, collegiality and visibility to its members. It has clearly moved what may have been isolated individual scholars and schools into a stronger, mutually reinforcing network

Michael Brintnall, Executive Director of the American Political Science Association, United States p. 367

NISPAcee is not only an institution, but a living community which continues to make a positive and significant difference to create a better Europe in a better world

Geert Bouckaert, professor of Public Management at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, The Netherlands, p. 360

NISPAcee has demonstrated through its conferences, its pub¬lications, its interventions that transition has happened, is happening, and will happen

Geert Bouckaert, professor of Public Management at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, The Netherlands, p. 358

Several joint events have taken place brought NISPAcee and IASIA members together. These include two very successful semi¬nars in China. The first of these occurred in 2010 in Beijing and the most recent one took place in Guangzhou in 2012

Allan Rosenbaum, Professor of Public Administration, Director of the Institute for Public Management and community Service at Florida International University, United States, p. 356

NISPAcee has become one of the most important producers of knowledge and information about political institutional and ad¬ministrative development throughout Central and Eastern Europe

Allan Rosenbaum, Professor of Public Administration, Director of the Institute for Public Management and community Service at Florida International University, United States, p. 355

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