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Strategies for Achieving Accountable, Open and Transparent Government as Illustrated in the Case of Bulgaria

Central and Eastern European Countries: Challenges and Responses for the XXI Century. Bratislava, Slovakia: NISPAcee, 199 – 207. Mazzucato, Mariana. 2013 The Entrepreneurial State. London, United Kingdom: Anthem Press. McKinney, J. B. and L. C. Howard. 1998. Public Administration: Balancing Power and Accountability. 2 nd edn. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishers, 37. Neshkova, M. and A. Rosenbaum. 2015. “Advancing Good Government through Fighting Corruption.” In J. Perry (ed.). Handbook of Public Administration . San Francisco, CA: Jossey

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Accountable Metadata-Hiding Escrow: A Group Signature Case Study

Vogt. Offline payments with auditable tracing. In Financial Cryptography , pages 269–281. Springer, 2003. [17] Kaoru Kurosawa. Multi-recipient public-key encryption with shortened ciphertext. In Public Key Cryptography , pages 48–63. Springer, 2002. [18] Jia Liu, Mark D Ryan, and Liqun Chen. Balancing societal security and individual privacy: Accountable escrow system. In 27th IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium (CSF) , 2014. [19] Bryan Parno, Jon Howell, Craig Gentry, and Mariana Raykova. Pinocchio: Nearly practical verifiable

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Designing an Accountability Index: A Case Study of South America Central Governments

INTRODUCTION Public entities modernization is understood as the design of websites and data portals or the participation through social networks. This has caused a revolutionary change in the public sector enabling governments transparency and accountability ( Jaeger and Bertot, 2010 ). This paper aims to analyse how accessible the information is within the new Information and Communication Technologies’ (ICTs) media tools. The concept of accessibility and usability of a Government website can be measured by the time consumed and the ease of use by the

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Central Bank Independence, Transparency and Accountability Indexes: a Survey

. Economic Policy, 8, 55-98. Bade, M., & Parkin, R. (1988). Central Bank Laws and Monetary Policies: A Preliminary Investigation London, Ontario, Canada. Barro, R., & Gordon, R. (1983). Rules, Discretion and Reputation in a Model of Monetary Policy, Journal of Monetary Economics, 12, 101-121. Bini-Smaghi, L., & Gros, D. (2000). Open Issues in European Central Banking. Basingtoke: Macmillan. Briault, C.B., Haldane, A.G., & King, M.A. (1996). Independence and Accountability. Bank of England Working Paper No. 49

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Re-thinking professional development and accountability: towards a more educational training practice

References [1] Emmett, Y. (2013). How do I create a living theory of leadership development for e-learning as an explanation of educational influence in improving training practice? (Ed.D. thesis, Dublin City University, Ireland). http://doras.dcu.ie/17723/1/Yvonne_Emmett_Dissertation_11_January_2013.pdf (Accessed 1 January 2014) [2] Alverez-Antolinez, C., Brennan, D., McKenna, L., Mullen, M., O’Driscoll, A., O’Reilly, P., Rice, N., Sheridan, M., Smyth, G., Smyth, T. & Usher, N. (2007). Leadership, Structures and Accountability

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Much More Than Economy: Assessing Electoral Accountability in the CEE Member States

References Alcaniz, Isabella and Hellwig, Timothy (2010): Who’s to Blame? The Distribution of Responsibility in Developing Democracies. British Journal of Political Science 41 (2): 389–411. Anderson, Christopher J. (2000a): Economic Voting and Political Context: a Comparative Perspective. Electoral Studies 19: 151–170. Anderson, Christopher J. (2000b): The End of Economic Voting? Contingency Dilemmas and the Limits of Democratic Accountability. Annual Review of Political Science 10: 271–296. Anderson, Christopher J. (2007): The

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Maneuvering with the Burden of Proof: Confrontational Strategies in Dealing with Political Accountability

References Andone, C. (2013). Argumentation in Political Interviews. Analyzing and Evaluating Responses to Accusations of Inconsistency. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Andone, C. (2014). The burden of proof in practices of political accountability. In Saftoiu, R., I. Neagu & S. Mada (Eds.), Persuasive Games in Political and Professional Dialogue. (forthcoming). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Bovens, M. (2006). Analysing and assessing accountability: A conceptual framework. European Law Journal

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The Role of Accountability Arrangements in Social Innovations: Evidence from the UK and Slovakia

December 2014. Stiglitz, J. E. 1989. Economics of Public Sector . New York: Norton. Vesely, A. 2013. “Accountability in Central and Eastern Europe: Concept and Reality.” International Review of Administrative Sciences 79(2), 310–330. Von Hippel, E. 2007. “Horizontal Innovation Networks – by and for Users.” Industrial and Corporate Change 16(2), 1–23. Wilson, J. 1989. Bureaucracy: What Governments Do and why they Do it . New York: Basic Books.

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On the growing accountability of central banks for financial stability–the macroprudential perspective

: Cambridge University Press. Caruana, J. (2010, September 24). The challenges of taking macroprudential decisions: Who will press which button(s)?. 13th Annual International Banking Conference. Chicago: Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Cukierman, A. (2001). Accountability, credibility, transparency and stabilization policy in the Eurosystem. In Ch. Wyplosz (Ed.), The impact of EMU on Europe and the developing countries. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Davis, H. & Green, D. (2010). Banking on the future. The fall and rise of

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The Significance of Openness and Transparency for Accountability in Public Finances

. Retrieved from https://www.nik.gov.pl/plik/id,11507,vp,13857.pdf . OECD Best Practices for Budget Transparency (1999). Retrieved from http:/www.oecd.org/gov/budgeting . OECD Recommendation of the Council on Budgetary Governance (2015). Retrieved from http:/www.oecd.org/gov/budgeting . Khagram, S., De Renzio, P., Fung, A. (Eds.), (2013). Open Budgets: The Political Economy of Transparency, Participation and Accountability . Brookings Institution Press. Petrie, M. (2013). The Currrent State of Fiscal Transparency: Norms, Assessment, and

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