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The rise and demise of the New Public Management: Lessons and opportunities for South East Europe
The essay traces the rise and demise of New Public Management (NPM) during the last quarter of a century, as well as the emergence of a new public administration phenomenon, tentatively called theExpand
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Fiber bundle techniques in gauge theories
to the fiber-bundle approach to gauge theories.- Gauge theory of strong and electromagnetic interactions formulated on a fiber bundle of cartan type.
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The Re-Emergence of “Weberian” Public Administration after the Fall of New Public Management: The Central and Eastern European Perspective
After the Fall of New Public Management (NPM) in general and specifically in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), in a world, a Europe and a region where we see the fundamental shift of emphasis fromExpand
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The Rise and Demise of the New Public Management
If the goal of development assistance is to foster autonomous development, then most aid and "help" is actually unhelpful in the sense of either overriding or undercutting the autonomy of those beingExpand
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Governance, Good Governance, And Government: The Case For Estonian Administrative Capacity
The Hatter ... had taken his watch out of his pocket, and was looking at it uneasily. ... "Two days wrong! ... I told you butter wouldn't suit the works!" he added, looking angrily at the March Hare.Expand
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Peer Production and Desktop Manufacturing
Through the case of the Helix_T wind turbine project, this article sets out to argue two points: first, on a theoretical level, that Commons-based peer production, in conjunction with the emergingExpand
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Making (in) the smart city: The emergence of makerspaces
Abstract Critical approaches to the smart city concept are used to begin highlighting the promises of makerspaces, that is to say, those emerging urban sites that promote sharing practices; exerciseExpand
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Three paradigms of governance and administration: Chinese, Western and Islamic
This essay argues that there are (at least) three paradigms of governance and especially public administration: Chinese, Western, and Islamic — paradigms understood here as potentiality and theoryExpand
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The Law & Economics of the Estonian Law on Cultural Autonomy for National Minorities and of Russian National Cultural Autonomy in Estonia
This essay analyses the 1993 Estonian Law on Cultural Autonomy for National Minorities (LCANM), based on an earlier one of 1925 during the first period of Estonian national independence, as theExpand
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