By Alexander Kotchegura
Why the nation paperwork in valuable and jap Europe (CEE) looks to were least of all plagued by the post-communist transformation in comparison to different public associations and sectors of the financial system? Why declared reforms of civil prone failed thus far to arrive so much in their goals or even have had counter-productive impact in certain cases? at the foundation of a complete research of the advance of the Russian and Czech nation management over the past decade and a part the writer offers a radical perception into the explanations of the existing trends within the administrative improvement of CEE international locations and explores key components that experience resulted in greater than modest ends up in the reforms in their civil companies.
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Needless to say other countries of the Soviet block developed similar bureaucratic systems, in some cases even more rigid and less tolerant than the Soviet “model” proper. In spite of profound changes in the political and economic systems of CEE countries in the 1990s the heritage of the bureaucratic past could not have been easily got rid of and repeatedly manifested itself in particular in the continued domination of old style informal rules and traditions in the administrative process. These rules and traditions largely defined the strength or weakness of major political actors and perspectives of success or failure of reform.
The notion of administrative reform as used in Western Europe and other OECD states, the main objective of which is usually saving money, therefore does not apply to Central and Eastern European states. The economic conditions in these states thus make the implementation of reform strategies more difficult, rather than easier” (ibid). There exist basically two types or groups of issues that should be resolved in the transformation of state bureaucracies of CEE countries. One group is more technical – formation of a modern civil service as such, adoption of respective legal framework, introduction of principles of merit, enhancement of performance and efficiency of state bureaucracy, application of client oriented approaches, introduction of new IT technologies, etc.
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM COMPARISON 3. CIVIL SERVICE REFORM COMPARISON Similarities and differences - in reform capacities, contents, preparation and implementation, achieved results (including comparison of key independent variables); Possible explanatory factors (of differences and similarities); Concluding remarks (findings correlated with hypothesis and research subquestions). Similarities and differences - in reform capacities, contents, preparation and implementation, achieved results (including comparison of key independent variables); Possible explanatory factors (of differences and similarities); Concluding remarks (findings correlated with hypothesis and research subquestions).
Civil Service Reform in Post-Communist Countries (LUP Dissertaties) by Alexander Kotchegura