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Imagineering 2015: The age of holacracy

by Enrique Dans Jan 2, 2015
9 apr 2015
Zappos, the company founded by Tony Hsieh, and now part of Amazon.com, has announced its transition toward holacracy, a radically different way of organizing a company characterized by the absence of job titles, managers, or hierarchies.

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The changing nature of government: network governance

by William D. Eggers
8 apr 2015
Thriving in the networked age requires governments to change the way they think and operate. Governments in the future will not simply be bureaucratic providers of a narrow range of public goods.

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Decentralisation at a crossroads - Territorial reforms in Europe in times of crisis

by Victor Gnis
6 apr 2015
The Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR) is the broadest organisation of local and regional authorities in Europe. Its members are 57 national associations of municipalities and regions from 41 European countries.

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Government decentralization in the 21st century a literature review

by Stacey White
3 apr 2015
If there is one takeaway from this review, it is that detailed empirical evidence about decentralization continues to be ambiguous and inconclusive.

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30 Years of Chinas Governance Reform (1978 to 2008)

by Yu Keping
1 apr 2015
This paper systematically surveys the dominant processes and key issues of Chinas governance reforms over the 30 years since the reform and opening period began. The main thrust of Chinas governance reforms is from unitary governance to pluralist governance, from centralization to decentralization, from rule of man to rule of law, from regulatory government to service oriented government, and from internal party democracy to peoples democracy.

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Lessons for the Future of Government Reform

By Elaine Kamarck
30 mar 2015
It has been twenty years since there has been an across the board analysis of government reform. There are two challenges: budget deficits and the trust deficit. A serious bi-partisan reform effort could do wonders for both deficits.

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Good Governance: Well-Meaning Slogan Or Desirable Development Goal?

By Bjorn Lomborg
25 mar 2015
Good governance is important, but instead of platitudes we should focus on measurable, attainable targets that will actually make a big difference for the next 15 years.

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Multistakeholder Governance - Principles and Challenges of an Innovative Political Paradigm

by Bertrand de La Chapelle
23 mar 2015
Multistakeholder governance was deemed necessary in Internet matters to fulfill potential for this new governance paradigm.

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Is there a new governance paradigm? The lithuanian and portuguese cases

Arvydas guogis, vainius smalskys, mykolas romeris, david ferraz
19 mar 2015
Both countries had reformed public administration in recent years according to the New Public Management doctrine, but it seems that both models of New Public Management and New Governance are supplementary and not the opposite.

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Governance: paradigm shifts that need to be made for the transition

Pierre Calame
17 mar 2015
Proposals for the French Rio+20 collective and for the Thematic Social Forum in Porto Alegre. The following text is a summary of a number of proposals for paradigm shifts, and not for the numerous improvements that could be made to the existing systems.

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Bureaucracy Kills: A Lesson from Rome

by William Henry Chamberlain
26 feb 2015
The process of decline and fall of Rome empire has real and urgent lessons for America and for the European nations which are heirs of Roman culture and civilization.

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How to Fix American Government and Revive Democracy

by Douglas J. Amy
24 feb 2015
The stronger our democracy becomes, the more people will see the expansion of government powers as the expansion of their powers. What really needs to be reduced is not government, but the unfair power of affluent special interests.

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Rules Can`t Think: Why Government Needs Radical Simplification

by Philip K. Howard
20 feb 2015
The U.S. government has become a rusty pile of accumulated entitlements, endless forms, and overlapping programs.

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Other themes

PENSION REFORM IN UKRAINE: Whereinto is the wind of changes blowing?

Our 20 years

FUTURE MONEY: local, national, or global currency? Paper or e-money?

20 years of Independence of Ukraine: Myths and Realities

Ukrainian Character: Stronghold or Crumbling Fortress?

The land market and the future of agriculture in Ukraine

Ukraines Trek to Europe: Stoppage or Direction Change?

Republic: de jure or de facto?

The agenda of the new President: stabilization or development?

Local elections 2010: farewell to self-government?

Ideology is dead. Long live the new ideology?

Future without Future or Why Ukraine loses its educated society?

Like capital, like labor

Destiny of reforms in Ukraine: feasible vs. unfeasible?

End of democracy? or Is it temporarily losing its position?

Humanitarian Policy in Ukraine: is there a future?

Multiculturalism vs Nationalism

New global economic order

Personnel decides the outcome, or brain-drain in Ukraine

Religion in the socio-political context of Ukraine

Customs or the Union?

Virtual reality and netocracy: new touches to the portrait of Ukraine

Rights or duties only? (On the state of human rights in Ukraine and in the world over the last 65 years)

Towns: richness of a variety or poverty of decline

Ukraine-EU Partnership: Challenges and Opportunities

The polarization of society is a source of permanent instability. Will Ukraine find a social compromise?

Phenomenon of Ukrainian Maidan

UKRAINIAN PROJECT: reforming, restart, or creation of a new one?

Future of TV and Internet: merging, absorption, or coexistence?



"Left movement" in Ukraine: does it have any future?



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