The rule of law in CEE public administration through the content analysis of selected articles [Elektronski vir]Kovač, Polonca, 1971-The paper explores the principle of the rule of law in the formal sense, as a procedural right to good administration. By means of content analysis, the author analyses the understanding of the rule ... of law in selected articles dealing therewith in the context of good governance (models). Particular attention is paid to the possible differences between (Western) authors of top cited articles and the authors of articles concerned with procedural reforms and institutions in Central and Eastern Europe published in the scientific journals CEPAR/IPAR and CCPA in Slovenia and Croatia. The analysis reveals some divergences in the region, particularly in terms of stronger dependency of procedures on law and the Weberian doctrinaire elements of understanding good administration, as well as in terms of the articles being focused on the national level. On the other hand, all analysed articles point to the importance of administrative procedure aspects for good administration. This suggests the need for further research in the sense of focusing on the administrative procedure as a tool to confront public and private interests. Central and Eastern Europe, in particular, also present the need for globalisation and greater concern for a balanced and modern codification and thus adequate implementation of administrative procedure law.Vrsta gradiva - prispevek na konferenciLeto - 2019Jezik - angleškiCOBISS.SI-ID - 5330606
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