Systemic Analysis – Support of the European Administrative Space

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Systemic Analysis – Support of the European Administrative Space

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Title: Systemic Analysis – Support of the European Administrative Space
Author: Matei, Ani; Savulescu, Carmen
Abstract: Theories and good practices, evolving simultaneously with the processes of deepening the European integration or Europeanization of public administration, have been developed for the concept of the European Administrative Space (EAS). Although, for the time being, EAS expresses pre-eminently as a dynamic system, revealing the development of own self-adjustment mechanisms, we witness a few preoccupations concerning the systemic substantiation. The self-adjustment mechanisms of EAS are based on legislative harmonization, transfer of good practices, as well as strategies of the administrative reform. The national, infra-national and European administrations represent the organising pillar of EAS. This reality leads to the hypothesis of organising EAS as a multipolar system, with mixed architecture. The relative recent occurrence of EAS justifies its development on principles similar to those of New Public Management. The enlargement processes of EAS, the administrative convergence and dynamics are emergent and express systemic effects, encompassing the robustness of the administrative institutions, national or regional traditions, organisational culture or geo-political aspects
Date: 2010-02-05

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