Politico-administrative Relations. Who Rules?

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Автор:Tony Verheijen
Издателство:Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe
Страници:443
Корици:Меки
Година:2001
Броя:1
ISBN:9788089013029 Тегло (гр.): 674 Формат: 165 / 235 Състояние: Мн. Добро
Politico-administrative Relations: Who Rules?. Tony Verheijen. Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe (NISPAcee).

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Foreword
This volume is the result of a three-year team effort of some twenty academies from Europe, Asia and the USA to promote a greater understanding of the complex nature of politico-administrative relations in the Post-communist states of Europe and the CIS.

Thanks go first of all to the whole team of contributors, all of whom worked tirelessly to achieve this first concrete output of the NISPAcee Working Group on Politico-Administrative relations, which was established in March 1997. My special thanks go to the co-chair of the Working Group, Ms Aleksandra Rabrenovic, who was instrumental in creating the Working Group and worked with me on the design of the research protocol which formed the basis for all the country studies, and also to my colleague Lisa Smirl for going through the whole text to assess its inner logic and the quality of the English.

Furthermore I wish to thank four organisations which have supported this project, either with financial or in-kind support. First and foremost thanks to Viera, Ludmila and Juraj at the NISPAcee secretariat for making the major effort to backstop the work of the group for more than three years. Second, thanks to the Local Government and Public service Reform Initiative of the Open Society Institute, Budapest, for the financial support and substantive feed-back which made it possible to produce this book. Finally, thanks to OECD/SIGMA in Paris and the UNDP Regional Support Centre in Bratislava, for providing the necessary support and encouragement to bring this first result of the working group from ideas to press.

Tony Verheijen Bratislava, December 2000

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Contents

Foreword.........................................................................................................5

Chapter 1: Introduction

Топу 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-Administmtive relations in Bulgaria

Rumiana Velinova, Vessela Bozhidarova and Vesselina Kolcheva.........64

Chapter 6: Politico-Administrative relations in the Czech Republic Olga Vidlakova........................................................................................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

Laszló Vass............................................................................................. 147

Chapter 9: Politico-Administrative relations in Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia

As kat 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 Ludmila Malikova and Katarina Staronova.........................................268

Chapter 13: Politico-Administrative relations in Yugoslavia

Zeljko Sevic.............................................................................................295

Chapter 14: Organising the delivery of policy advice

Ieva Lazareviciute and Топу 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

Топу Verheijen and Aleksandra Rabrenovic.........................................410


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