Vol. XCVIII, Andreas I. Pottakis (ed.), “Transparency and Reform of Administrative Procedures especially through E-Government Initiatives for a Better Public Administration”

 

This volume of the European Public Law Series, edited by Dr. Andreas I. Pottakis, features the proceedings of an international conference organised in January 2009 by the European Public Law Organization, under the auspices of the Ministry of Interior, Public Administration and Decentralisation of the Hellenic Republic, and within the framework of the “Politeia 2008-2010” Operational Programme, on the theme “Transparency and Reform of Administrative Procedures especially through E-Government Initiatives for a Better Public Administration”. The following topics were discussed during the conference by more than 25 rapporteurs from across Europe: Regulatory Reform, Control of Public Administration and Evaluation of Public Policies and Improving Public Services through New Technologies.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

SUMMARY
FOREWORD
OFFICIAL OPENING
P. PAVLOPOULOS, Minister of Interior, Public Administration and Decentralisation of the Hellenic Republic
ADDRESS
EV. VENIZELOS, Professor, Former Minister, Member of the Hellenic Parliament
REGULATORY REFORM
P. KARKATSOULIS, Past, Present and Future of Good Legislation in Greece
M. SANTIAGO, The EU’s Better Regulation Strategy Simply Explained
G. J. DELLIS, Soft Law and Consultation: Two Instruments for the Improvement of Administrative Regulatory Action
CHR. P. MOUKIOU, Regulatory Reform: Principles of Good Regulation and Review Process of Their Observance
V. E. CHRISTOU, Good Governance, Good Administration in European Administrative Law
S. E. DAHL, Balanced Gender Representation on Company Boards
V. KONDYLIS, Regulatory Reform in the Electronic Communications Sector and the Role of the National (Hellenic) Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT)
E. N. ILIADOU, Regulatory Capture: Causes and Remedies
CH. TSILIOTIS, The Functioning of the Central Preparatory Legislative Committee (Kentriki Nomoparaskevastiki Epitropi - KE.N.E.)
CONTROL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
AND EVALUATION OF PUBLIC POLICIES
L. RAKINTZIS, The Institution and the Role of the General Inspector of Public Administration: Proposals for Combating Corruption and Maladministration
CH. D. GEORGAKOPOULOS, The Public Administration Inspection and Control Service, A Central Agency for the Internal Control of Public Administration
N. MICHALOPOULOS, Effectiveness and Accountability in Public Administration
G. ANTHONY, Transparency, Public Administration, and the Common Law
CHR. NTOUCHANIS, The Council of State and the Control of Legality of Administrative Action
I. P. KARKALIS, The Supreme Court of Audit as a Constitutional Guarantee of Transparency: Principles, Issues, Perspective
S. V. VLACHOPOULOS, Transparency of the Administrative Action: The Implementation in the Legislation and the Administrative Practice
C. SPANOU, Transparency and Public Administration: The Perspective of the Greek Ombudsman
IMPROVING PUBLIC SERVICES THROUGH NEW TECHNOLOGIES
A. MASUCCI, Electronic Administrative Procedures and the New Quality of Administrative Action
J. MORISON, The Future of E-Government: Transparency and the New Information Agenda
N. SARIDAKIS, E-Government as Key Factor for the Modeling of an Effective, Efficient and Good Administration
Ľ. MALÍKOVÁ / A. SUCHALOVÁ / M. MIŠÍK, Inter-Ministerial Review Procedure on the Central Government Level via the Internet: The Slovak Case
K. TSIMARAS, The Contribution of New Technologies in Achieving Transparency and Efficiency in Public Administration: Institutional and Operational Consequences
K. DECSI, Administration Research on the Example of E-Government Applications
P. BLANC-GONNET JONASON, E-Administration and Privacy
INTERVENTION
A. LIGOMENOU, Transparency and Reform of Administrative Procedures especially through E-Government Initiatives for a Better Public Administration
CONCLUSIONS
A. I. POTTAKIS, Glazing at the Future of Public Administration in Europe

 

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