Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 12, No 3 (2016)

Factors affecting the transformation of public administration

Mirlinda Batalli


This article begins with a short description of the factors that affect the transformation of public administration. Process of transformation in public administration as  occurence is affected by different social, political, economical and cultural developments. As a  result,  most modern societies and goverments are looking forward to modernize their public administratios  and make them implement the principles of good governance. Governments aroud the world are increasingly transforming their public administration through use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), adopting new administrative legislations, increasing oversight over the administration and engagement of citizens. This study analyses the factors that directly or indirectly affect the tranformation of public administration in order to act in line with the new developmnets in the society and citizens demands and to enhance relations and communication between the state, social society,  private bodies, nongovernmental organizatins and other institutions. A specific question to be addressed in the context is that to what extent and under which circumstances do administrative sciences, legislation, administrative oversight, IT and engagement of citizens, affect the transformation of public administration.


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