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«Public Administration Issues» Journal,

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National Research University
Higher School of Economics
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two-year  impact factor for 2016: 1,505
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Russian Science Citation Index
five-year  impact factor for 2017: 1,368

Ten-year h-index 2017: 21

 

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Research and educational journal
Published quarterly since 2007
ISSN 1999-5431
E-ISSN 2409-5095

Ivan Koprić  1
  • 1 Professor, Head of the Chair of Administrative Science at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, President of the Institute of Public Administration, Croatia., University of Zagreb, Trg Republike Hrvatske 14, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia.

Public Administration Reform in Croatia: Slow Modernization During Europeanization of Resilient Bureaucracy

2019. No. 5. P. 7–26 [issue contents]
Over-politicization co-exists in the Croatian public administration with legalism, formalism and red tape. Low reform, innovation and initiative capacities are among the results of such an administrative model. Croatia has a relatively big and strong but ineffcient public administration. Internal bureaucratic resistance to modernization is observable. Foreign actors play a moderate role in administrative reform. The European Union has exerted the strongest influence on modernization on the basis of conditionality policy, insistence on the administrative capacity building, and the European Semester procedure. E-government policy, transparency, and strategic planning are the reform areas with the above-average reform results.

Citation: Koprić, I. (2019). Public Administration Reform in Croatia: Slow Modernization During Europeanization of Resilient Bureaucracy. Public Administration Issue, Special Issue I (electronic edition), pp. 7–26 (in English); DOI: 10.17323/1999-5431-2019-0-5-7-26.
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