Changing governance structures in CEE countries


Type Expert Study

Duration Jan. 1, 2004 - Dec. 30, 2007

  • Department of Public Management AE (Former organization)
  • Institute for Public Management and Governance IN (Details)
  • Institute for Organization Studies IN (Details)

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  • Hammerschmid, Gerhard (Former researcher)
  • Höllerer, Markus (Details)
 

Abstract (German)

In cooperation with the Austrian Center of Legal Competence (CLC) governance structures and performance data of public sector institutions in Central and Eastern European countries are analyzed within various projects (e.g., for the Worldbank, EU-PHARE Twinning, Austrian Development Agency). Evaluations and analyses focus on a comparative perspective of various governance models and their impact on efficiency and effectiveness as well as recommendations for institution building and public management reform.


Abstract (English)

In cooperation with the Austrian Center of Legal Competence (CLC) governance structures and performance data of public sector institutions in Central and Eastern European countries are analyzed within various projects (e.g., for the Worldbank, EU-PHARE Twinning, Austrian Development Agency). Evaluations and analyses focus on a comparative perspective of various governance models and their impact on efficiency and effectiveness as well as recommendations for institution building and public management reform.

Partners

  • Center of Legal Competence (CLC) - Austria

Publications

Research report, expert opinion

2005 Hammerschmid, Gerhard, Höllerer, Markus. 2005. Financial and institutional analysis of the ANCPI in Romania. Wien: Institut für Public Management. (Details)
2004 Hammerschmid, Gerhard, Höllerer, Markus. 2004. Comparative financial analysis of selected real property and cadastre systems in Europe. Wien: Institut für Public Management. (Details)

Classification

Expertise

  • administrative reform
  • CEE countries
  • Public Administration
  • governance structures
  • evaluation