• 30-April-2013

    Macedonian, PDF, 477kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 15: Checklist on Law Drafting and Regulatory Management in CEE (1997, Macedonian)

    This checklist offers a means for evaluating structures, procedures and techniques for preparing and drafting legislation, and for identifying methodologies that may be helpful when changes are under consideration. Law drafting comprises two stages: policy development, and preparation of the legislative text to give effect to the policy adopted. The checklist is primarily concerned with the latter.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Macedonian, PDF, 390kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 14: Civil Service Legislation (1997, Macedonian)

    This checklist is intended to supplement the Civil Service Legislation Contents Checklist, SIGMA Paper No.5. It deals with matters that can usefully be considered in connection with the secondary instruments that may be needed to implement the Civil Service Act enacted by the Parliament.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Macedonian, PDF, 1,073kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 10: Civil Service Pension Schemes (1997, Macedonian)

    This publication is a tool for designers of new civil service pension schemes in Central and Eastern Europe. It presents civil service pension schemes in five OECD Member countries and ten Central and Eastern European countries.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Macedonian, PDF, 427kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 5: Civil Service Legislation Contents Checklist (1996, Macedonian)

    This publication has been used as the basic framework for many SIGMA reviews of draft civil service legislation in Central and Eastern European countries. Yet the Checklist stands by itself as a practical document defining a professional, impartial and permanent civil service in legal terms.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Macedonian, PDF, 495kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 1: Top Management Service in Central Government (1995, Macedonian)

    This publication aims to provide practical input to countries which are conducting the necessary analyses and preparing decisions. Indeed, development of a top management service is a task which must be undertaken in countries choosing to adopt such a service, taking into account national objectives and preconditions.

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  • 29-September-2010

    Macedonian, PDF, 1,066kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 33: Relations Between Supreme Audit Institutions and Parliamentary Committees (2002, Macedonian)

    The Paper is drawn from a report on relations between Supreme Audit Institutions and parliamentary committees, prepared for the network of Presidents of the Supreme Audit Institutions of Central and Eastern Countries, Cyprus, Malta and the European Court of Auditors, as part of their efforts to prepare candidate countries for eventual membership of the European Union.

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  • 29-September-2010

    Macedonian, PDF, 1,336kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 43: Organising the Central State Administration: Policies & Instruments (2007, Macedonian)

    One of this paper’s main purposes is to provide bases for policy advice to policy‑makers on the drafting of legislation on the organisation and functioning of the state administration.

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  • 29-September-2010

    Macedonian, PDF, 1,087kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 39: The Role of Ministries in the Policy System (2007, Macedonian)

    This publication presents the steps in the policy process for assessing and developing the role of ministries in the policy process, as well as insights on how the policy process is currently organised in Western Balkan countries.

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  • 7-May-2009

    Macedonian, PDF, 2,274kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 44: Sustainability of Civil Service Reformsin Central and Eastern Europe Five Years After EU Accession (2009, Macedonian)

    This paper examines the fate of civil service reforms that Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries undertook to prepare themselves for the EU accession that took place in May 2004 (5th EU enlargement).

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  • 21-November-2008

    Macedonian, PDF, 1,790kb

    Challenges of Human Resources Management for Multi-Level Government (Gov 21 Nov 2008, Macedonian)

    The focus of this study is on the national governments’ strategies and policies in respect to human resource management in sub-national administrations, and on the challenges that an extensive delegation or devolution of the responsibilities for public services may create for national governments.

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