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Lessons Learned on Effective Public Administration in Macedonia
Lessons Learned on Effective Public Administration in Macedonia

Author(s): Author Not Specified
Subject(s): Civil Society, Public Administration, Management and complex organizations, Economic development, EU-Accession / EU-DEvelopment, EU-Legislation
Published by: Analytica
Keywords: North Macedonia; public administration; quality of public services; EU integration; reform; EU standards; management; effectiveness of public administration;
Summary/Abstract: For many countries in the world improving Public Administration System (PAS) has been on top of their agenda. Improving effectiveness of the public service has been seen as clear indicator for increasing the capacity for economic development as well as increasing the capacity for providing better service to all citizens. The way that the effectiveness is measured is through the commitment and quality of public services offered to the citizens. The citizens of Macedonia view the PAS as failure to meet and create efficient living standards for its citizens; these living standards are the basic economic and social welfare needs. The main reason is that Macedonia is lacking capacity to provide the PA system with functional policies. Moreover, a problem tends to occur in the implementation of these policies. Correspondingly, the 2008 Euro Barometer report on Macedonia contains a survey about the trust of Macedonian citizens towards national and EU institutions. Compared to national institutions, the citizens’ trust towards EU institutions is evidently higher.

  • Page Count: 8
  • Publication Year: 2008
  • Language: English