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The Public Administration Discipline in Slovenia: Between Legal and Administrative Sciences

Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education]. 2013. Available at (last accessed 25 June 2013). Nemec, J., W. Mikulowski, S. Setnikar Cankar, V. Petkovšek and D. Spacek. 2012. “Public Administration Accreditation in Central Europe: Does it Support Quality Improvements ?” Paper presented at the 34th EGPA Conference, Bergen (1 - 22). Available at (last accessed 30 January 2013). Pavčnik, M. (ed.). 2008. Izročilo pravne znanosti

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National Curricula (Standards) in Public Administration (?)

: Routledge. Kickert, W. J. M. and R. J. Stillman (eds). 1999. Th e Modern State and its Study: New Administrative Sciences in a Changing Europe and United States. Aldershot: Edward Elgar. Nemec, J., A. Barabashev and D. Spacek. 2015b. “National Curricula and PA Education.” Paper presented at the annual EGPA conference, Toulouse, 26. – 28. August, 2015. Nemec, J., W. Mikulovski, S. Setnikar Cankar and D. Spacek. 2012b. “Public Administration Accreditation in Central Europe: Does it Support Quality Improvements ?” Paper

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Nothing but Trouble: Studies on the Effects of Reforms in Elderly Care in Sweden and Poland

.-I. Romören. 2008. “Quality Improvement in a Publicly Provided Long-Term Care System: Th e Case of Norway.” International Journal for Quality in Health Care , 30 June, 433 - 438. Österström, S. 2007. Om konsten att överbygga gränser. En fallstudie om kommunal äldreomsorg och samspelet med andra organisationer . Linköping: Institutionen för beteendevetenskap och lärande, Linköpings universitet.

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Bayesian belief network for assessing impact of factors on army’s lean–agile replenishment system

workforce, Herzenberg et al. (1998) have pointed that workforce agility may provide a wide range of benefits, such as quality improvement, better customer service, learning curve acceleration, economy of scope and depth. Training activities not only develop employees and improve their skills and abilities but also enhance their satisfaction with the job and their commitment to the organization ( Harel and Tzafrir 1999 ). In addition, human resource management practices such as development-oriented appraisal and comprehensive training show a significant positive

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