Nino Dolidze – Public Administration Reforms in Georgia: Establishing Administrative Model for State Organizations

The article aims at analyzing those reforms of public administration that have been conducted in Georgian civil sector starting from 2004. 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.

Dolidze, N. (2015). Public Administration Reforms in Georgia: Establishing Administrative Model for State Organizations. Caucasus Social Science Review (CSSR), 2(1).

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