Emerging Administrations in South-Eastern Europe. Case study: Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia

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Emerging Administrations in South-Eastern Europe. Case study: Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia

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Title: Emerging Administrations in South-Eastern Europe. Case study: Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia
Author: Berceanu, Bogdan
Abstract: The paper is based on the main topic of the PhD-project. It brings in debate the concept of “emergence” in public administration, regarded from the perspective of the system theory. The paper tries to outline the main ideas and findings of the case study of the PhD project based on a comparative and empirical research of some states from the area of South-Eastern Europe. Thus, the aim of the article is to explore the dimension of emerging South-Eastern administrations in the light of the changes and rules imposed by the European Union pressure. In these countries, the choice of the method to be used for changing governments under EU rules is an important issue because national public administrations as well as the judiciary are the guarantors for the implementation of these rules. The concept of “emergence” signifies “lato sensu” a kind of change and it will be used to refer to countries that have a high volatility and that are in transition and to define the changes that suffer the public administrations of the countries from South-Eastern Europe. The “emerging administration” can be considered the administration which is transforming its own system and values under the influences and impact of the external environment (represented in this case by the European Union and its processes of European integration and Europeanization).
Description: Paper presented at the 2013 European Group of Public Administration (EGPA) International Conference, Edinburgh-United Kingdom
URI: http://www.apas.admpubl.snspa.ro/handle/2010/469
Date: 2016-01-30


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