Acta Universitatis Danubius. Administratio

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  • Frequency:  2 issues per year (1 September, 15 December)
  • Print ISSN: 2068 - 5459 
  • Online ISSN: 2069-9336

The publication of a new journal Acta Universitatis Danubius. Administratio edited by Danubius University is more than welcome. It continues university's tradition to publish one more in the Acta Universitatis Danubius Collection.

As we are now in a restructuring and consolidation process of the entire administrative system - the structure and officials - in order to connect the values of the European system, the publication of a new journal is a challenge for initiators and for collaborators as well, which are expected to develop their ideas for improving legislation, the practical activities of public administration, the act of justice in administrative litigation domain, public policy system, administrative management, etc.

The journal has the mission to distribute the results of scientific research of students, master and PhD students, professors of administrative sciences, the staff of local and central public administration institutions, the magistrates in order to preserve and promote the national elements, on one hand, and to assimilate the European element in the administrative system on the other hand.

The editorial board estimates that the assumed objectives of this journal could be achieved and the national and European cooperation would transform this goal into reality.

Gabriela Lupsan

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Vol 7, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents


The Public Notary and the Bailiff as Contributors to the Rule of Law 2-12 HTML
Mihaela Carausan

Electronic Mediated Administration and Public Service Delivery in Nigeria 13-26 HTML
Samuel Oni, Aderonke Atinuke Oni, Daniel Gberevbie

Traditional Leadership and Democratic Governance: Using Leadership Theories to Calibrate Administrative Compatibility 27-36 HTML
Mashele Rapatsa

Mediation – Mandatory Information And Facultative Applicability 37-42 HTML
Monica Pocora

Social Enterprise in Public Governance. The Early Stage for the Romanian Case 43-60 HTML
Corina Georgiana Antonovici, Carmen Savulescu, Cristina Sandu

Political Parties between Conflict and Consensus, with Special Review on Party Finance: the Example of Germany 61-79 HTML
Hrvoje Mataković, Dražen Vitez, Ireba Cajner Mraović

Innovative Pathways for Effective E-Governance in Africa: The Imperative of Authentic Leadership 80-94 HTML
Godwyns Agbude, Aize Obayan, Ugochukwu David Abasilim

The Restorative Justice System - An Alternative to the Official Criminal System 95-100 HTML
Monica Pocora

Case Study

The Activity of the Bicameral Parliaments. Case Study: The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 101-108 HTML
Madalina Cocosatu