Sustainability of Civil Service Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe Five Years After EU Accession
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Jan-Hinrik Meyer-Sahling: University of Nottingham
No 44, SIGMA Papers from OECD Publishing
Before joining the EU in May 2004, Central and Eastern European countries were required to professionalise their civil services. Most were perceived as having made improvements sufficient to be granted EU membership status. But what happened next? Five years after accession, this paper answers the question.
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