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Aim. The academic journal Public Policy and Administration aims to encourage scientific research aimed at finding new theoretical and practical solutions for the formation and implementation of public policy; analyze current trends in public administration and suggest new alternatives for decision making and implementation for public administration practice; pay special attention to the analysis and critical evaluation of the processes of public administration in Eastern and Central Europe; contribute to the improvement of the research methodology in the field of public policy; ensure effective dissemination of scientific knowledge by publishing relevant up-to-date studies and conference reviews.

Format of publication. The journal includes articles analyzing theoretical and practical issues in the areas of public policy and administration in Central and Eastern Europe. Priority is given to articles analyzing transformational processes and reform management in Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Latvia, Poland, the Czech Republic, good practices of these countries, current issues in the formation and implementation of public policy in Lithuania and, among them, the developments in the public administration reform and the implementation of European Union standards. Of particular interest are institutional and functional issues in EU governance, regional development of knowledge society, managerial competencies of public servants and ethical problems. The journal also reviews conferences, books, and events of interest to the fields of public policy and administration.

Periodicity. Articles are published in Lithuanian, English, German and Russian quarterly.

Peer review. Submitted articles are reviewed by applying the double-blind method (the identities of the author(s) and reviewers are kept unknown). Each article is appointed at least two referees (scientists with a degree in the relevant field).

Indexation. The academic journal Public Policy and Administration is included in the Scopus, EBSCO Publishing, Inc., C.E.E.O.L., PROQUEST and ULRICH'S international databases.

This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.


Vol 18, No 2 (2019): Public Policy and Administration

Table of Contents

Implementation of Economic and Social Policy

Žilvinas Židonis, Jūratė Sutkuvienė
175–193
Marianna Stehnei, Inna Irtysheva, Yevheniia Boiko, Kseniia Khaustova
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194–208
Marina N. Rudenko
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209–224

Management of Higher Education

Volodymyr V. Zablotskyi, Oleksii Y. Palant, Oleg A. Diegtiar, Serhii V. Glibko, Tetiana V. Bielska, Alla V. Rusnak
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225–240

Globalization and Public Administration

Yuriy Bilan, Agota Giedre Raišienė, Tetyana Vasilyeva, Oleksii Lyulyov, Tetyana Pimonenko
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241–255

Self-Governance

Algirdas Astrauskas
256–269
Yeva Kish
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270–280

Public Management

Taras Gurzhii, Lyudmyla Deshko, Anna Gurzhii, Anatolii Berlach, Olesia Radyshevska
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281–298
Erkara Aimagambetov, Roza Bugubaeva, Erlan Begezhanov, Roza Bespayeva
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299–313

Experience of Public Administration Reforms

Myroslava Lendel
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314–326

Theory of Public Policy and Administration

Larysa Gordiienko, Maryna Gruzd, Vadym Sobolev
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327–345

Human Resource Management

Dyah Mutiarin, Yasmira Moner, Nur yakin, Achmad Nurmandi
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346–362