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The state after communism : administrative transitions in Central and Eastern Europe, Volume 1
Author:Nunberg, Barbara; Barbone, Luca; Derlien, Hans-Urlich; Country:Germany; Poland; Europe and Central Asia; Romania; Russian Federation; Hungary;
Date Stored:2002/11/23Document Date:1999/01/31
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Children and Youth; National Governance; Banks & Banking Reform; Parliamentary Government; Municipal Financial Management
ISBN:ISBN 0-8213-4205-3Language:English
Major Sector:Public Administration, Law, and JusticeRegion:Europe and Central Asia
Report Number:18779Sub Sectors:(Historic)Other public sector management
Collection Title:World Bank regional and sectoral studiesVolume No:1

Summary: This volume is intended as a potential tool for Central and Eastern European policy makers inside and outside the public sphere who are trying to craft a new model of government for the transition and beyond. Topics covered include: a) reinventing government administration in post-Communist Europe; b) breaking administrative deadlock in Poland; c) modernizing the Romanian state; d) Hungary's head start on reform; e) transforming the prototype for post-Soviet Russia; f) administrative transformation in the Former German Democratic Republic; and g) administrative change in Central and Eastern Europe.

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