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[Geography of Hungarian Public Administration]. Budapest-Pécs: Dialóg Campus. Hajdú Z. Magyarország közigazgatási földrajza 2005

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Performance 2008 Cepiku, Denita — Meneguzzo, Marco (2007): Public Administration Education in Italy: A Statistical Analysis

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Literature Beblavý , M. , ‘ Management of Civil Service Reform in Central Europe ’ in G Peteri (ed), Mastering Decentralization and Public Administration

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The purpose of social co-ordination mechanisms is to co-ordinate the activities of individuals and organisations specialised in the distribution of work. The paper reviews five basic types of mechanisms: market, bureaucratic, ethical, aggressive and co-operative co-ordination. Today’s world operates on the basis of a duality: international cooperation is based on nation states, in which the public administrations work according to bureaucratic coordination. However, the increasingly globalised market responds to the logic of market coordination. The article argues that in terms of understanding the working of public administration, the various coordination mechanisms are of crucial importance, especially where various mechanisms meet, such as the relationship between nation states and multinational corporations.

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Hinoea, C. — Hinoea, C. — Oiclau, T. — Jenei, G. — Vasquez-Burguete, J. — Gutierrez Rodriguez, P. (2010): Management si leadership in sectorul public in Managementul administratiei publice [Management and Leaderhip in the Public Sector in Public

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& Society 42 , No. 5 : 591 – 612 . Aucoin , A. ( 2012 ): New Political Governance in Westminster Systems: Impartial Public Administration and Management Performance at Risk . Governance 25 , No. 2

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közigazgatás és területfejlesztés asszimmetriái [Asymmetries of Slovakian public administration and spatial development]. Tér és Társadalom 4. Olsson, J. (2001): Democracy Paradoxes in Multi-level Governance . RSA

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The paper focuses on the development of Romanian public administration since the 1989 revolution. Showing up the characteristics and weaknesses of regulation and operation, the authors give special attention to a managerial approach reform in public-administration institutions. They deal with NGOs as possibly valuable and efficient actors in public service. The article concludes, however, that European integration process is the only serious influence stimulating radical changes in Romania.

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evaluation of the abolition of the English metropolitan county councils. Public Administration 69. évf. 2, 141–170. Lengyel I. (2003): Verseny és területi fejlődés – Térségek versenyképessége Magyarországon . JATE Press

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