The grant is intended for young researchers (up to 35 years of age), preferably PhD candidates or post-doctoral fellows. It covers various expenses connected with research, travel and accommodation in Croatia. It is expected that the researcher will stay in Croatia and cooperate with the Institute’s members for at least one week in the course of 2018.
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It is a great pleasure to inform you that our international scholarly journal “Croatian and Comparative Public Administration” (CCPA) has been included in the Web of Science Core Collection (WoSCC) – Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) (http://mjl.clarivate.com/cgi-bin/jrnlst/jlresults.cgi?PC=MASTER&ISSN=1848-0357). This assures the highest possible visibility of the journal, which is now accessible through all the portals where the Web of Science Core Collection databaseis indexed.
Dear readers and followers, the number 1/2018 of the journal Croatian and Comparative Public Administration has just been issued.
Dear readers and followers, the number 4/2017 of the journal Croatian and Comparative Public Administration has just been issued.
Dear readers and followers, the number 3/2017 of the journal Croatian and Comparative Public Administration has just been issued. The new issue contains five scientific papers and one book review. The first three papers are devoted to the topic of democratic governance. In that respect A. Henjak writes about institutional trust and democracy satisfaction in Croatia while T. Vukojičić Tomić explains the contemporary approaches and models to minority groups employment in public administration. The block concludes with the paper written by A. Bajo, M. Primorac and D. Runtić which has a focus on public financial management, accountability, and citizens’ trust. The second session of the paper is devoted to public management and it contains papers written by G. Marčetić and I. Lopižić about the influence of decentralization process on personal capacities strengthening in Croatia and by B. Markušić on the application of outsourcing in the defence sector. The last paper, written by M. Vlahović i J. Arambašić, is devoted to the topic of public law and it examines the public procurement of legal services in Croatia. This issue of the journal concludes with the book review Rade Bohinca: Družbena odgovornost (Social Responsibility).
Dear readers and followers, the number 2/2017 of the journal Croatian and Comparative Public Administration has just been issued. The new issue contains six scientific papers which deal with three different topics: decentralization and local democracy, administrative theory and public law, In the session devoted to decentralization and local democracy Simona Kukovič presents empirical evidences about local leadersin Slovenia while Josip Jambrač gives and financial analysis of the first fifteen years of functional decentralization in Croatia. In the session devoted to administrative theory,MirnaPuđak explains the contribution of Mary Parker Follett to organizational theory and management while Ivan Lehpamer presents the results of the content analysis on comparative research of public administration in the Croatian scientific journals in 2009-2016 period. In the last session, Ana Pavlovska-Daneva and Elena Davitkovska write on the Macedinian Law on General Administrative Procedure and its incorporation into European administrative standards, while Matija Miloš writes abouts standards for applying the right to be forgotten and the temporality of freedom of expression in Spanish case law. The last part of the journal contain information on the scientific conference Looking Beyondthe Crises: Impact of Mass Migrations on theLocal, Regional, National and EU Governance organized by the Institute of Public Administration and the conclusion reached at the conference. In addition the Interview with Professor Ivan Koprić for the International Institute of Administrative Sciences is being published.