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The first research paper of the international project “Public Administration Reform in Visegrad Countries: Lessons Learned for Belarus and Ukraine”

29.03.2013
Public administration /
Administrative-territorial structure

We are glad to present the publication of the first research paper on the public administration reforms experience of the Visegrad  4 within the project Public Administration Reform in Visegrad Countries: Lessons Learned for Belarus and Ukraine”. This paper addresses the current status of public administration and its reforms experience in Czech Republic. The document has been produced by the experts of the Asociace pro mezinárodní otázky 


We are glad to present the publication of the first research paper on the public administration reforms experience of the Visegrad  4 within the project Public Administration Reform in Visegrad Countries: Lessons Learned for Belarus and Ukraine”. This paper addresses the current status of public administration and its reforms experience in Czech Republic. The document has been produced by the experts of the Asociace pro mezinárodní otázky 

The research paper consists of the following sections:

  1. The State of Public Administration– deals with current structure of public administration and its main reforms in last 20 years. It deals with internal divisions, decentralisation and regionalisation, finances and to lesser extent inspection powers.
  2. Effectiveness of Public Administration– describes Czech attempts to measure and evaluate public administration’s effectiveness.
  3. Human Resources Management– analyses costs and benefits of current approach to HR, including section of Code of Ethics.
  4. Smart Administration– describes development of computerization and digitalization of public services and communication with the public sector.

The full text of the research paper is available on the official web-page of the project.

Currently the document is available in English and Russian languages.The final publication of the project will also be available in Ukrainian.

The research papers on public administration in Poland, Slovakia and Hungary are expected to be available shortly.

The project is kindly supported by the International Visegrad Fund.