International Public Administration Review

The journal International Public Administration Review continues the 15 - year operation of the journal Administration, founded in 2003 at the Faculty of Administration, University of Ljubljana. 

Its new title stresses the greater international focus of the journal. It also indicates its traditional focus on the public sector, public administration and national administration. Changes in a country's public sector are a reflection of social changes in the country and in the world. Therefore the reform of public administration is “a never-ending story”, in which science and the discipline should play an important role. 

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  • CSA-Worldwide Political Science Abstracts
  • CSA PAIS International (Public Affairs Information Service)
  • IPSA - International Political Science Abstracts
  • IBSS – International Bibliography of the Social Sciences
  • SSRN - Social Science Research Network

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Vol 15, No 3-4 (2017)

Table of Contents


Public Policy Design and Implementation in Slovenia PDF
Jernej Mencinger, Polonca Kovač, Tina Jukić, Mirko Vintar 9-38
Creating Good Administration by Persuasion: A Case Study of the Recommendations of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe PDF
Agnė Andrijauskaitė 39-58
Liability and Compensation for Damages in case of Violation of the Principles of Accountability and Good Governance PDF
Tina Sever 59-74
Factors Contributing to the Successful Implementation of Management Innovations PDF
Zdravko Zekić, Mirjana Grčić Fabić, Luka Samaržija 75-106
Neutrality and the Dutch Objection Procedure PDF
Marc Wever, Albert T. Marseille 107-128
The Effects of Law Through Actions of Inspections PDF
Mirko Pečarič 129-144
Analysis of the Relationship of Professionals towards the Vertical Equity of the Slovenian Tax System and Its Comparison with Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the USA PDF
Jelena Klopčič, Maja Klun 145-166
Reduced Consumption for Transport due to Population Ageing? An Analysis of Expenditures of Private Households in the European Union and Potential Implications for the Public Sector PDF
Birgit Aigner-Walder, Thomas Döring 167-190
The Effects of Public - Private Partnership Act on the Slovenian Public Utilities Providers PDF
Veronika Petkovšek, Primož Pevcin 191-202
Cooperation Between Public Research Organizations and the Industry in Slovenia in 2007–2013 PDF
Romana Pogorelec, Stanka Setnikar Cankar 203-236

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