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Issue № 18. March 2009

Administrative Law and Performance Reform of Government Agencies in Communist and Post-Communist States

Schultz David

Professor, Hamline University, USA.

Since the 1970s communist states have implemented a series of administrative law reforms aimed at fighting corruption and improving the efficiency of the government and the industry it controlled. Many of the post-communist countries continued these reforms simultaneously with the privatization of some of the government services. Administrative reforms were also part of the larger process of social, political and economical transformation. The article analyzes the experience of administrative law reforms in several communist and post-communist states (such as Hungary, Poland and Armenia) and evaluates their impact on the stimulation of a more effective and fair public service, and on the decision making process.

Keywords

Government, administrative law, reforms, executive power.

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