This article examines the role of politics as a determinant of civil service and administrative (CSA) reform outcomes in Georgia. The majority of existing studies on CSA reforms face several methodological challenges, which make it difficult to understand the influence of politics in more detail 다운로드. Based on literature review findings, the article proposes a model for within-country comparisons that allows one to control for a number of variables such as context and policy design 가톨릭 성경책.
Rinnert, D. (2015). The Politics of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms in Development—Explaining Within‐Country Variation of Reform Outcomes in Georgia after the Rose Revolution 다운로드. Public Administration and Development, 35(1), 19-33.
The article aims at analyzing those reforms of public administration that have been conducted in Georgian civil sector starting from 2004 다운로드. The article compares the results of two waves of PA reforms in Georgian public sector in the period of 2004-2012 and overviews advantages and disadvantages of competitive and professional models of civil service in developing countries on the example of Georgia 다운로드.
Dolidze, N. (2015). Public Administration Reforms in Georgia: Establishing Administrative Model for State Organizations. Caucasus Social Science Review (CSSR), 2(1) asp.net ftp 파일 다운로드.
This paper analyses the trajectory of post-Rose Revolution transition in the criminal justice system of Georgia and the way in which the rule of law has been undermined for the sake of building a strong state 하나다 소년사 다운로드. The achievements and shortcomings of Georgian police reform are discussed and it is argued that the reforms have mainly targeted „low policing‟ in order to meet the key concerns of the citizenry while „high policing‟ remained above the law and a crucial safeguard for the ruling regime 숏버스 다운로드. The paper demonstrates that over the long term the anti-crime policies may have been failing and the zero-tolerance policy and prison experience of delinquents could have contributed in the displacement of the crime problem to the future 다운로드.
Kupatadze, A. (2013). Police Reform in Georgia. Caucasus Social Science Review (CSSR), 1(1).
This paper examines the situation in Georgia following the “Rose Revolution” of 2003. The authors analyze the country in terms of its security sector governance and evaluate the successes and failures of the foreign forces stationed in Georgia 다운로드. They further examine the role of civil society, the media, and the local elites, and explore several reform efforts, particularly in the Georgian security sector 슈퍼맨 리턴즈 다운로드.
Fluri, P. H., & Cole, E. (2005). From revolution to reform: Georgia’s struggle with democratic institution building and security sector reform. Austrian National Defense Academy and Bureau for Security Policy 다운로드.
Endemic corruption has been a destructive legacy of Soviet rule for most successor states of the Soviet Union. Yet as the two cases of this study demonstrate, corruption has manifested itself in different ways 맥북 워드. While the smooth transition of power in the early 1990s has allowed Armenia’s political leaders to use corruption to consolidate firm control over the state apparatus, Georgia’s tumultuous transition has caused the disintegration of the state apparatus into feuding groups that abuse their official positions for private gain hp 무선랜 드라이버. However, while Georgia’s chaotic form of corruption has offered room for democratic change, Armenia’s political system is stable but more strongly authoritarian 다운로드.
Stefes, C. H. (2008). Governance, the state, and systemic corruption: Armenia and Georgia in comparison. Caucasian Review of International Affairs, 2(2), 73-83 Yuzu download.