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Problems of corruption and distrust in political and administrative institutions in Slovenia
Abstract Corruption is perceived in all societies as a social pathology that causes great material and moral damage and is a threat to the society's continual development. Especially in countriesExpand
Direct Mayoral Elections in Slovenia and England: Traditions and Trends Compared
Direct mayoral elections have in recent decades become an important and popular feature of many local governments across Europe. The direct election of the mayor enhances the accountability andExpand
(Dis)trust in Political Institutions: Comparisons between New Democracies of Central and Eastern Europe
After the collapse of the non-democratic regimes in the late 1980s and early 1990s, new democratic states emerged in Central and Eastern Europe and began their state building on the wave ofExpand
The rapid development and diffusion of information and communication technologies [ICT] provides various political and administrative institutions with new opportunities for civil political action.Expand
E-Democracy and E-Participation in Slovenian Local Self-Government
The paper analyses the usage of e-participation tools in Slovenian municipalities. The paper originates from the theory of e-democracy in connection with information and communication technologyExpand
The Processes of Economic Consolidation in Countries of Former Yugoslavia
Before we can even discuss democratic consolidation, at least three minimal conditions must be fulfilled. Besides, those consolidated democracies should also fulfil several other conditions that haveExpand
How to Lead a Locality: Evidence from Local Political Leaders in Slovenia
The paper discusses the application of certain aspects of political leadership in Slovenian municipalities. The author investigates how Slovenian mayors perceive their role in the local community,Expand
Modernisation trends in public administration in Slovenia
The theory of public administration offers a wide range of paradigms or approaches that are developed as a consequence of various triggers from internal and external environment. The classical modelExpand