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Global Administrative Order: Bulgaria

2011 / Vol. 23, No. 1, (79)
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Global Administrative Order


Rumen Stefanov

Professor at the New Bulgarian University, Department of Political Sciences

Mihaela Milchova

New Bulgarian University


Although there are many doctrinal debates and disputes with regard to the defini­tion of the notion “global administrative order”, the Bulgarian academic researchers continue working in order to reveal its contents and develop the knowledge related to it. The national policy of economic openness turns the country to a substantial partner in the globalisation process. Bulgaria is a party to almost all important in­ter­national bodies (UN, WHO, ILO, WTO, IMF, UNFCCC, ISO, IEC, CAD etc.) and its weight within their framework is constantly growing. But this worldwide co­operation, unification and interdependence prove not to have always positive im­pact on the national state. Since the country is an EU Member State, most of the in­ter­national requirements and commitments pass through this European organisa­tion’s institutional policy and regulations in order to be transposed into the internal legislation. Besides this less or more formal way to adapt its administration man­agement to the global trends and attainments, there is another path for the im­prove­ment of public, business and civil society institutional performance. The attractive­ness and the appropriateness of the “good practices” in the field are properly as­sessed before implemented. That is a merit of the scholars practising in the area and having fruitful relations with their colleagues from different countries.


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