This article serves a twofold purpose. It firstly examines the concept of EU administrative law, which has, so far, remained vague despite being widely researched over the last decade. The present research attempts to fill in this gap by elaborating on a conception of EU administrative law adapting the general structure of national administrative law. The article then explores administrative activity as the main criterion for the identification of national public administrators as well as EU public administrators. Therefore, the study looks at the attempts to create a unified EU administrative law code, refers to European Parliament resolutions of 2013 and 2016 and the ReNEUAL Model Rules on EU Administrative Procedure. The article finishes with identifying EU-level public administrators, focusing on issues related to EU agencies. This study defines EU-level public administrators, rules, judge-made law that constitute EU administrative law and encourages EU legislator to finally adopt a unified administrative procedure act.
gyakorlati problémái az Államigazgatási Főiskolán. [Problems of teaching informatics in the School of PublicAdministration.] Budapest: Államigazgatási Főiskola.
Az informatika oktatás gyakorlati problémái az
A tanulmány a közigazgatási
(menedzsment)reformok olyan területére –a vizsgált reformok értékelhetőségének
szükségességére és az ezzel kapcsolatos konceptualizálási és operacionalizálási
nehézségekre –fókuszál, amely a hazai szakirodalomban leginkább elaprózott formában
jelenik meg. Az alapvetően problémafelvetőírás példálózó jelleggel említ néhány
olyan elvi lehetőséget, amelyek az irodalomban felmerültek, vagy amelyek
használhatósága a témával kapcsolatos irodalom megállapítŕ_
The result of circumspect and considerate preliminary work, by 1990, the system of public administration characteristic of bourgeois, democratic and constitutional states was established in Hungary. The transformation of public administration is still far from complete, since fundamental reforms encompassing both structural and functional measures, and also the unified regulation of public sector human resources, urgently need to be effectuated. The continuous and rapid transformation exhausted public administration after a period and the reform programs with low efficiency discredited the ideas promoting the necessity of reforms themselves. Public administration weary of the reforms itself became gradually not supportive of, but passively resistant to the cause of the reforms, which merely reinforced the philosophy of NPM based on a neoliberal conception of the state implying that public administration cannot be reformed from within. In certain cases Hungary was under an excessive illusion concerning both NPM and EAS, it was more responsive to them than the other countries concerned. Today, however, as a party both to the European Union and EAS, Hungary with its specific experiences can contribute to the development of European public administration.Currently running complex program of the development of public administration alludes to a more considerate and subtle approach, which related to the consideration of international experiences sets forth that “any solution originating abroad or in the market may be applied exclusively with proper criticism and the examination of its effects.”
The scholarly study and analysis of the Hungarian council system (195–90) as a system of institutions and structure of public administration is a novel challenge rarely attempted to date in the field of the history of public administration. Although the period of 40 years under study is still something of a grey area for legal historians, there are already researchers and experts who venture into this territory. In addition to offering a historical overview, the present paper also analyses the life and operation of public administration in a specific historical and legal period from legal and administrative aspects. The council system, although undoubtedly still a subject of much debate and criticism, was definitely a possible form of public administration, and today constitutes an integral part of the history of the 20th century.
[Preface to the special issue of Society and Economy bringing 13 articles which were presented at the VIIIth International Research Symposium on Public Management held between 31 March and 2 April 2004 at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration.]