|Publisher||UNDP/BRC & Regional Centre for Public Administration Reform|
|Year of Publication||2011|
The paper is based on research carried out in 2010 and benefited from country case studies developed by independent consultants – Erik Gyulazyan (Armenia), Zoran Jachev (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia), and Sergei Souglobine (Ukraine) – the main findings of which are integrated herein. It was further informed by debates at the Regional Policy Roundtable in Eastern Europe and Central Asia on Economic Crisis Responses from a Governance Perspective, Chisinau, 6-7 July 2010. It has also received input from UNDP staff Annie Demirjian (Democratic Governance Practice Leader, Bratislava Regional Centre); Dan Dionisie (Public Administration Reform and Anti-corruption Specialist, Bratislava Regional Centre); and Panos Liverakos (Team Leader, Regional Centre for Public Administration Reform). The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of the United Nations, including UNDP, or its Member States.
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