Comparative Perspectives for Public Administration and Administrative Law : Part III. Public Administrationand Administrative Law‒ quo vadimus?
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In the present era of globalization, europeanization and liberalization, the interaction between the nations of the world is increasing. Therefore, it is currently impossible to perceive public administration and administrative law purely in the national context. The same applies to business administration and public management. The articles published in the book constitute the outcome of the lectures delivered during the Second Seminar of Students of Administration in International Organizations, Bachelor of Business and Administration and International and European Law programs Comparative perspectives for Public Administration and Administrative Law, which was held at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wrocław on 14 March 2018. The lectures given at the Seminar, the articles prepared on their basis and the high attendance level at the Seminar have shown that there is still a need for comparative studies in the area of public administration and administrative law.
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Comparative Perspectives for Public Administration and Administrative Law
Part I. ComparativePublic Administration
Part II. ComparativeAdministrative Law
Part III. Public Administrationand Administrative Law‒ quo vadimus?
Public and private organizations
Moral leadership in the XXI century. The case of Angela Merkel and the European refugee crisis
Contemporary concepts of public managament. From traditional model to public governance
Leadership in organization – the utilitarian aspect
Elon Musk’s business strategy and leadership model