25 years of public administration developments and reforms in V4 region / Visegrad Fund ; Juraj Nemec, David Špaček (eds.).

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Corporate Author: Visegrad Fund (Author)
Other Authors: Nemec, Juraj, 1960- (Editor), Špaček, David (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Brno, Czech Republic : Masaryk University, [2017]
Edition:1st edition.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • 25 years of public administration in the Czech Republic
  • Introduction
  • 1. Development of Public Administration in the Czech Republic to 1989
  • 1.1 Chronological development of public administration to 1989
  • 1.2 Key findings from this period
  • 2. Development of Public Administration since 1989
  • 2.1 Development in the period of 1989
  • 2003
  • 2.1.1 Procedures and steps of reform in this period
  • 2.1.2 Key findings from this period
  • 2.2 Development of public administration since 2003
  • 2.2.1 Procedures and steps of reform in this period
  • 2.2.2 Key findings from this period
  • 3. Critical assessment of implemented reforms
  • 4. Best practices and recommendations for implementation in the V4 countries
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • Hungary's central state administration 1990-2014
  • Introduction
  • 1. The theoretical context, the questions and the method of the research
  • 1.1 Scholarly accounts of public administration reforms in Central and Eastern Europe
  • 1.2 Research questions and method
  • 2. Democratic transition and consolidation (1989-1998)
  • 2.1 The context and the key determinants of reforms
  • 2.2 Structural changes
  • 2.3 Operations and work processes
  • 2.4 The civil service system
  • 3. Presidentialism and governmental capacity building (1998-2010)
  • 3.1 The context and the key determinants of reforms
  • 3.2 Structural changes
  • 3.3 Operations and work processes
  • 3.4 The civil service system
  • 4. Illiberal democracy and "Orbanization" (2010-2014)
  • 4.1 The context and the key determinans of reforms
  • 4.2 Structural changes
  • 4.3 Operations and work processes
  • 4.4 The civil service system
  • Conclusions: Hungarian reform patterns
  • References
  • Public administration reforms in Poland
  • Introduction
  • 1. Public administration before 1989
  • 2. Public Administration after 1989
  • 2.1 Structural efforts and unsatisfactory results
  • 2.2 Critical assessment of Implemented Reforms
  • 2.3 The problem of the politicization
  • 2.4 Etatist model of public governance
  • 2.5 The role of human capital
  • 2.6 The role of analytical skills
  • 2.7 Organizational culture
  • 3. Best practices and recommendations for implementation in other V4 countries
  • References
  • Developments and Reforms in Public Administration in Slovak Republic (Critical assessment of selected implemented NPM tools)
  • Short introduction
  • 1. Description of public administration prior transition in 1989
  • 1.1 Historical development of territorial and administrative arrangement in the territory of the Slovak Republic until the foundation of the Kingdom of Hungary
  • 1.2 Territorial and administrative arrangement until 1918
  • 1.3 Territorial arrangement of Slovakia from the foundation of the Czechoslovak Republic to 1945
  • 1.4 Public administration in Slovakia after the WW II
  • 2. Development of the public administration system after transition