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Toward European Integration in Public Administration and Public Services

Gentiana Kraja

European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies Articles, 2015, vol. 1

Abstract: The main purpose of this paper is to identify the problems associated with public administration, public services and the role public administrator when this process is guided by the principles of the European Union. Integration into the European Union, a long-awaited process and promoted in Albania, will have consequences in the political, economic, social live, and in the governance of this country. Public administration as an important link of the state governance and insight to citizens will certainly be affected by the integration process. The main purpose of this paper is to reflect and analyze how Public Administration works, and what is the heritage regarding Administration procedures and how to place first at the prospect of integration into the European Union. In this paper also aims to give a concise picture associated with public administrator performance and his role in providing public services. The goals of the research will be carried out between theoretical synthesis of the literature, legislation and reports. Main finding of this paper is the theoretical and practical approach about public services and public administration seen also form the European point of view.

Keywords: Public Administration; Integration; adaptation; public administrator (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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DOI: 10.26417/ejis.v2i1.p134-140

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