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Implementation process in a post-conflict transition. The case of MATRA PATROL in Serbia.

Wijnstra, C.A.M. (2016) Implementation process in a post-conflict transition. The case of MATRA PATROL in Serbia.

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Abstract:The aim of current research is to identify factors that constrain or facilitate the effectiveness of the implementation of MATRA PATROL in Serbia in the period 2012-2015. Effectiveness of public policy and programmes is one of the key objectives for policy-makers. Critical public opinion, mass media, and obliged budget reductions demand constructive policy frameworks. Moreover, the contemporary EU-critique sentiment in civil society and the political sphere will monitor this policy for it enhances the accession of candidate states. Factors that intervene in the effectiveness of the implementation and in what way is a challenging issue in scientific research. The theory of Mazmanian and Sabatier (1983) is regarded to be the best applicable in current research. The objective is to provide an synopsis of prevailing perceptions in this field, and not to conduct and evaluation of the implementation. Additionally, the framework also accounts for the legally mandated goals, organisational maintenance and external institutions and their legal and financial resources (Mazmanian and Sabatier, 1983). It offers guidance in the investigation of attitudes towards the implementation process, and structure in the analysis of perceptions.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:88 social and public administration
Programme:Public Administration MSc (60020)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/70951
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