4 edition of Civil Service Systems in Central and Eastern Europe (Civil Service Systems in Comparative Perspective) found in the catalog.
by Edward Elgar Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Tony Verheijen (Editor), Alexander Kotchegura (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||343|
Book Description. Democratic Innovations in Central and Eastern Europe expands research on democratic innovations by looking specifically at different forms of democratic innovations in Central and Eastern Europe.. The book covers direct democracy (referendums in particular), deliberative democracy practices and e-participation – forms which are salient in practice because they match the. The book documents the increased generosity of pension systems in Europe from their initial inception, noting that the current expectations of the public are based on the most recent round of generosity. The book seeks to show a nontechnical audience that such generosity is neither based on customary practice nor affordable in the future.
Transition Economies provides students with an up-to-date and highly comprehensive analysis of the economic transformation in former communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe and countries of the former Soviet Union. With coverage extending from the end of central planning to the capitalist varieties of the present, this text provides a comparative analysis of economic transformation. The course analyses the developments of political systems of post-communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe. The course emphasizes the developments in civil society, party systems, institutional framework and economy. During the lectures, students will analyse the processes of democratization and eupeanization byFile Size: KB.
The central feature of the civil service system is A. merit-based, nonpolitical employment and promotion. B. the fitting of job openings to agencies' needs. C. the development of elaborate job classifications. D. the separation of political and nonpolitical positions. E. a nonpunitive, competitive promotion system. SIGMA Paper No. 44 found that Central and Eastern European states had made significant progress towards the establishment of professional and impartial civil service systems before joining the EU. Yet after accession only a minority of countries, namely the Baltic States, continued to invest in the professionalisation of the civil service.
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Civil Service Systems in Central and Eastern Europe (Civil Service Systems in Comparative Perspective) [Verheijen, Tony, Kotchegura, Alexander] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Civil Service Systems in Central and Eastern Europe (Civil Service Systems in Comparative Perspective)Price: $ The specific nature and development of civil service systems is emphasized, and special attention is paid to the current features of each national civil service.
Each chapter has been reworked to include new material and topics, and new chapters on Denmark, France and the United Kingdom have been : Frits M. Van Der Meer. Book Series ; Politics and Public Policy ; Civil Service Systems in Comparative Perspective series.
This thoroughly revised and updated second edition of Civil Service Systems in Western Europe presents a comprehensive overview of the important issues in modern bureaucracies and provides a comparative analysis of the civil service systems of various Western European by: 4.
Civil service consists of civil servants and their activity when implementing the assigned functions and decisions made by politicians. In other words, it is a system of civil servants who perform the assigned functions of public administration. The corpus of civil servants consists of people who work in central and local public administration by: 1.
IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE is due to focus Civil Service Systems in Central and Eastern Europe book the book as well as OECD findings that in the sample of 34 countries, 18 countries include sub-national civil servants in the general scheme, while 11 MANAGEMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE REFORM IN CENTRAL EUROPE 1 3.
Recent history and potential future of civil society in 16 countries More than two decades have passed since nonprofit and third-sector researchers “discovered” Central and Eastern Europe as an area of scholarly interest.
After the collapse of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe and the fall of the Iron Curtain, scholars noted the emergence of [ ].
Observers of post‐Communist politics recognize that civil service reform, an important part of the institutional transformation in Eastern Europe, was initiated at a very uneven : Antoaneta Dimitrova.
Abstract. In the first edition of this book (The Civil Service in the 21st Century, Raadschelders, Toonen, and Van der Meer, ) we noted that between the early s and the mids civil service systems (CSS) had come under intense role and position of the civil service as core actors in the public sector had been seriously questioned by political pundits and other actors in Cited by: 7.
In most countries of Central and Eastern Europe, after the demise of the communist system, new civil codes were promulgated or are currently being drafted. The draft civil codes for Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland had both in their structure and legal regulations a.
Abstract. Earlier stock-taking work on civil service system development in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Commonwealth of independent States (CIS) (Verheijen, ) showed a move from a relative similarity of approach in the early s, when all transition states struggled to overcome the legacy of politicized and discredited state administrations, to a much more divergent pattern Cited by: 1.
The qualifications needed to enter the European civil service depend on whether the job is a specialist one and the grade. One of the entry qualifications for the European civil service is that the candidate speak at least two of the official European languages, one of which must be English, French or German.
Comparative Civil Service Systems in the 21st Century. Editors: Van der Meer, Frits M., Raadschelders, J., Toonen, T 'This book brings a convincing kaleidoscopic view of Civil Service Systems (CSS).
Civil Service Development in Central and Eastern Europe and the CIS: A Perfect Storm. Pages Verheijen, Tony J. (et al.). Civil Society Forum in Central and Eastern Europe Organizer: Civil Society Development Foundation (CSDF) Objectives of the Forum: The Civil Society Forum in CEE will provide the opportunities for NGOs from CEE countries to come together, share experiences and discuss the future – working on solutions, ideas and strategies.
Civil Service Systems in Western Europe, Second Edition Edited by Frits M. van der Meer This thoroughly revised and updated second edition of Civil Service Systems in Western Europe presents a comprehensive overview of the important issues in modern bureaucracies and provides a comparative analysis of the civil service systems of various.
Article Civil service and democracy: Questions in reforming the civil service in eastern and central Europe. Downloadable. Central and Eastern Europe has known in the last 20 years profound changes.
The shift from a dictatorial system to a democratic system forced the states from this area to adopt structural measures for all public institutions.
In this context, the institution of “civil servant” could not remain unaffected. In the period of communist regimes, the institution of “civil servant. SUSTAINABILITY OF CIVIL SERVICE REFORMS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE FIVE YEARS AFTER EU ACCESSION SIGMA PAPER NO. 44 Before joining the EU in MayCentral and Eastern European countries were required to professionalise their civil services.
Most were perceived as having made improvements sufficient to be granted EU membership status. The role and position of the civil service as core actors in the public sector has been seriously questioned in recent years. This volume provides a comparative study of civil service systems in Asia, Western Europe and Africa.
The cast of international contributors provide new insights. An overview of the Civil Service Training Systems in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic CEE Central and Eastern Europe.
CS / CSs Civil Service / Civil Servants NISPAcee The Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe. Civil service, the body of government officials who are employed in civil occupations that are neither political nor judicial.
In most countries the term refers to employees selected and promoted on the basis of a merit and seniority system, which may include examinations. In Europe in the 19th.Spanish Law - A type of civil law, often referred to as the Spanish Civil Code, it is the present legal system of Spain and is the basis of legal systems in 12 countries mostly in Central and South America, but also in southwestern Europe, northern and western Africa, and southeastern Asia.
The Spanish Civil Code reflects a complex mixture of.Eastern Europe is the eastern part of the European is no consistent definition of the precise area it covers, partly because the term has a wide range of geopolitical, geographical, cultural, and socioeconomic connotations.
There are "almost as many definitions of Eastern Europe as there are scholars of the region". A related United Nations paper adds that "every assessment of.