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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The editors are members of EASE - European Association of Science Editors.

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Vol 15, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents


Strategic Management and Performance Measurement – A Connected or Disconnected Duo? Evidences from Croatian Public Administration PDF
Romea Manojlović 11–31
Balancing Between Efficiency and Equity in Publicly Funded Health Systems PDF
Ljerka Cerović, Nikolina Dukić Samaržija, Marko Brkić 33–51
The Influence of the Register of Non-Tax Revenues on the Efficiency of the Non-Tax Revenue System in the Republic of Croatia PDF
Domagoj Karačić, Ivana Bestvina Bukvić, Mladena Bedeković 53–69
Interest Representation, Interest Alignment and the Role of Seeking Consensus in the Renewal Process of Hungarian State Management PDF
Csaba Lentner, Bianka Parragh 71–85
Vitka organizacija v javnem sektorju PDF
Emil Trontelj 87–106

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