Understanding Public Bureaucracy
The role, functions and tasks of public administration are in a permanent state of change,complexly influencing the system of individual work processes and organization of work, aiming to create an optimal bureaucratic model. The bureaucracy of the governmental sector is a cross-section that affects the entire public administration sector. Therefore, the concept itself is closely linked to the concept of good governance and good administration - which fall also under the Conference´s assay. The basis of good governance is the effective administrative operation: such as the proper, reasonably expected and service-oriented fulfillment of governmental tasks which basically represents the efficiency of bureaucracy in the public sector.
The aim of the Conference is to review ideas and experiences connected with the concept of public bureaucracy, as applied public governance and public administration in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Participation is free, please register here.

Time: 11-12 June 2018
Venue: National University of Public Service, Ludovika Main Building (1083, Budapest Ludovika tér 2.)

11th June 2018 - Széchenyi Hall
8:00-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:15 Conference Opening
Györgyi Nyikos, Vice-Rector for International Affairs (National University of Public
Service, Hungary)
9:15-10:30 Conference Proceedings
Norbert Kis (National University of Public Service, Hungary): Future Scenarios for
Public Burocracies
Elena Kireeva (Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration,
Russia): The Concept of Good Governance in Jurisprudence: Russian Experience
and Practice
Mariusz Popławski (University of Bialystok, Poland) - Leonard Etel (University of
Bialystok, Poland): Simplified Tax Procedures in the New Tax Ordinance Act in
Juraj Vačok (Comenius University, Slovakia): New Legal Regulation of Administrative
Justice in the Slovak Republic
  Artur Mudrecki (Kozminski University, Poland): Impact of the Principle of
Proportionality in Tax Law on the Jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the
European Union and the Supreme Administrative Court in Poland

10:30-11.00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 Conference Proceedings
Wojciech Piątek (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland): Legal Aspects of Reducing
Bureaucracy of Court Administration
Krisztina Rozsnyai (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary): Interactions Between Right
to Good Administration and The Rules of Judicial Review
Chojna-Duch Elżbieta (University Warsaw Poland): Reforms of Fiscal Administration
in Poland
Anna Románová (Pavol Jozef Šafárik University, Slovakia) - Karolína Červená (Pavol
Jozef Šafárik University, Slovakia): Electronization of Public Administration as a
Motivation Factor of Tax Compliance
Jasna Bogovac (University of Zagreb, Croatia) - Natalia Soloveva (Voronezh State
University, Russia) - Michal Radvan (Masaryk University, Czech Republic) - Jarosław
Marczak (University of Lodz, Poland) - Natalia Uvarova-Patenko (Caspian University,
Republic of Kazakhstan): Tax Administration of Large Taxpayers in Some CIS
Urszula K. Zawadzka-Pąk (University of Bialystok, Poland) - Eugeniusz Ruśkowski
(University of Bialystok, Poland): Rationalization of Legally Determined Expenditure
as a Condition for Strengthening Financial Accountability

12:30-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15:15 Conference Proceedings and Closing Remarks
Györgyi Nyikos (National University of Public Service, Hungary): Economic Effects of
the Public Sources
Matej Horvat (Comenius University, Slovakia): The Act on Administrative Procedure,
50 Years of its Effect and the Right to Good Administration
Piotr Buława (University of Silesia, Poland): Participation of Tax Authorities in
Insolvency Agreement
Zsolt Halász (Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Hungary): Virtual Currencies from
Legal Perspective – Blessing or Curse?
Paulina Bieś-Srokosz (Jan Długosz University, Poland) - Ewelina Żelasko-
Makowska (Jan Długosz University, Poland): E-administration in Poland:
Regulations, Trends and Changes

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