Hajnal (2014): Coordination Practices in Hungary: The Case of Széll Kálmán Working Group
Coordination Practices in Hungary: The Case of Széll Kálmán Working Group
In: Laegreid, Per et al. (2014) (ed.): Organizing for Coordination in the Public Sector. Practices and Lessons from 12 European Countries, Basingstoke/New York: Palgrave Chapter 19
This coordination practice is a result of research within COCOPS Work Package 5: The Governance of Social Cohesion: Innovative Coordination Practices in Public Management.
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme under grant agreement No. 266887 (Project COCOPS), Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities.
The COCOPS project (Coordinating for Cohesion in the Public Sector of the Future) seeks to comparatively and quantitatively assess the impact of New Public Management style reforms in European countries, drawing on a team of European public administration scholars from 11 universities in 10 countries.
The specific objectives of Work Package 5 are:
- To search and identify emerging coordination practices and related steering instruments in public management in European public sectors.
- To compile a case study catalogue of such coordination practices with direct utility to public managers and the research community.
- To analyse the functioning of such coordination practices and to assess their value in countering public sector fragmentation and delivering public value.
You can find Research Gate link here.