Albania and Challenges for Depoliticized Public Administration
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Ornela Shqarri: University of Tirana, Faculty of economy, Albania
In a dynamic and full of challenge economy, like the one in which we currently are, one thing remains consistent and this is ‘human capital’. Technological development, globalization, financial crisis and the ongoing process towards the EU has made the Albanian government and foreign organizations to be much more attentive to public administration. The approval of the Civil Service Law in May was a major step towards de-politicization of public administration. Law, no. 152/2013 ‘FOR CIVIL EMPLOYEE ’ which entered into force in October, is essential for building a professional public administration, effective and based on merit. It aims to create a stable legal framework consisting of state administration, independent institutions and local government units. The law also provides a management body of high-level of civil employee and the basis for a transparent recruitment and promotion system.
Keywords: public administration; human resources; management; civil employee (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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