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20 Croat. & Comp. Pub. Admin. 5 (2020)

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Foreword

UDK     35.07(497.5)(042.3)




The  first issue of the Croatian and Comparative Public Administration in
2020 covers three thematic areas.
The section on Comparative  public administration contains the analyses
of Kosovo, Poland, and Pakistan cases.
Robert Muharremi   applies the garbage can model of governance to expla-
in the creation of institutions and identify the design flaws that have led
to weak institutions in Kosovo. He finds out that a complex international
environment  with different policy preferences and the drive of interna-
tional actors to promote their national solutions to Kosovo's problems
in a decontextualised manner have  contributed to the creation of weak
institutions.
Dorota  Dibek  and Jerzy Supernat review Gestalt of the Polish admini-
strative state before and after the accession of the Republic of Poland to
the European  Union  in 2004. Pre-accession and after-accession funda-  z
mentals in the field of public administration and administrative law have Q
been  identified and analysed within the framework of Europeanization   P
of administrative law and administration in the EU member states. They  -
have concluded that the Polish law and state are becoming organic parts
of the European legal and institutional landscape.
Imran  Ullah Khan and Shahzad  Hussain  analyse the attempts to moder-
nise the Pakistani public administration. On the basis of 27 semi-structu-
red interviews with public officials they have concluded that the perfor-
mance  and  overall efficiency of bureaucracy depends on several issues 2
including corruption, inadequate selection, educational level and specia- 0
lisation, political interference, poor accountability and transparency, and o
some  others. Finally, they suggest the elements necessary for the reform <
of the government machinery  in Pakistan.
The second  section deals with theoretical issues of participation and de- 0
concentrated state administration.

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