Number 18

Winter 2004.
Public policy in Central Europe

CONTENTS
Main Articles

PUBLIC POLICY IN CENTRAL EUROPE


Konstantinos J. Papadoulis: Post-communist Political and Public Policy Research: A Comparative Approach
István Stumpf: Governance and Public Policy in Hungary: The first year of the Gyurcsány- Government
Hortenzia Hosszú: Comparative Study on Role of Cabinets in Japan and Great Britain
Irena Baclija and Marjan Brezovsek: Decentralisation of Political Participation – City Quarter Communities in Ljubljana
Iuliana Precupeţu and Marius Precupeţu: Mechanisms of Democratic Consolidation in Romania
Ioan Margian: Economic conditions and Satisfaction with democracy in Central Europe and in Romania
Péter Horváth: Cabinet Decision-making in Hungary

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
Research Committee of Legislative Specialists. University of Ljubljana,  April 7-9, 2005
15th CESPA Annual Meeting. Vienna May 19-21, 2005
Political Actors in Central and Eastern Europe. University of Bucharest, Nov. 11th 2005
International Relations in Eastern Europe. Humboldt University Berlin, March 16-18, 2006
Grants of International Visegrad Fund – for 2005

B o o k   R e v i e w s
Jacqueline Hayden: The Collapse of Communist Power in Poland. Strategic misperceptions and unanticipated outcomes by Anikó Bródy