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25 Years of Public Administration Developments and Reforms in V4 region
25 Years of Public Administration Developments and Reforms in V4 region

Contributor(s): Juraj Nemec (Editor), David Špaček (Editor), Igor Kiss (Editor)
Subject(s): Governance, Public Administration, Political history, Social development, Management and complex organizations, Transformation Period (1990 - 2010), Sociology of Politics
Published by: Masarykova univerzita
Keywords: Public administration; V4 region; Visegrad member states; development of public administration; Czech Republic; Hungary; Poland; Slovakia; reforms;
Summary/Abstract: This publication deals with the public administration development in Visegrad member states during the last 25 years. The first four chapters describe development of public administration in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. In the last chapter are summarized approaches to public administration development and discussed good praxis that was used during reforms in mentioned states.

  • E-ISBN-13: 978-80-210-8499-5
  • Print-ISBN-13: 978-80-210-8498-8
  • Page Count: 189
  • Publication Year: 2017
  • Language: English
25 years of public administration in the Czech Republic

25 years of public administration in the Czech Republic
(25 years of public administration in the Czech Republic)

Hungary’s central state administration 1990-2014

Hungary’s central state administration 1990-2014
(Hungary’s central state administration 1990-2014)

Public administration reforms in Poland

Public administration reforms in Poland
(Public administration reforms in Poland)

Developments and Reforms in Public Administration in Slovak Republic (Critical assessment of selected implemented NPM tools)

Developments and Reforms in Public Administration in Slovak Republic (Critical assessment of selected implemented NPM tools)
(Developments and Reforms in Public Administration in Slovak Republic (Critical assessment of selected implemented NPM tools))

Public administration reforms in Visegrad countries: “two steps forward – one step back” processes (?)

Public administration reforms in Visegrad countries: “two steps forward – one step back” processes (?)
(Public administration reforms in Visegrad countries: “two steps forward – one step back” processes (?))