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The Hungarian administrative system: from centralization to regionalization and back

Yıl 2020, Cilt 3, Sayı 1, 23 - 40, 09.05.2020

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The paper deals with the development of the administrative system in Hungary with a special focus on centralisation and decentralisation processes. It considers the historical patterns and the geographical characteristics of Hungary, and their impact on the above processes. It also examines the legacy of the socialist period, and the possibility of regionalisation in a highly centralised era. The paper discusses the impact of EU membership and the new structure of regionalism in Hungary, and finally, the most recent changes towards a stronger centralisation in administration, and its motives.

Kaynakça

  • Balázs. I et al. (2014): Local Self-Government in Hungary. Observatory on Local Administration, http://real.mtak.hu/31805/1/mono_hungary_en_2014.pdf
  • Enyedi, G (1996): Regionális folyamatok Magyarországon az átmenet időszakában (Regional processes in Hungary in the transition period). Budapest. Ms.
  • Horváth, G (2005): Decentralisation, Regionalism and the Modernizazion of the Regional Economy in Hungary: A European Comparision. In: Barta, G et al. (eds.): Hungarian Spaces and Places: Patterns of Transition. Pécs: Centre for Regional Studies, pp. 50-63.
  • Horváth, G - Rechnitzer, J (eds.) (2000): Magyarország területi szerkezete és folyamatai az ezredfordulón (Territorial structure and processes in Hungary at the turn of the millennium). Pécs: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Regional Researches.
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  • Rosta, M (2015): Schizophrenic public administration reform in Hungary. Tension between anti-NPM systemic and pro-NPM organizational reforms. Society and Economy in Central and Eastern Europe, 3 (2), pp. 183-206.
  • Somodyné Pfeil, E (2005): Balancing Between Transition and Modernity: Principles and Institutions of Regional Planning in Hungary. In: Barta, G et al. (eds.): Hungarian Spaces and Places: Patterns of Transition. Pécs: Centre for Regional Studies, pp. 106-123.
  • Tóth, J (1994): Urbanization and Spatial Structure in Hungary. GeoJournal 32 (4), pp. 343-350.

Yıl 2020, Cilt 3, Sayı 1, 23 - 40, 09.05.2020

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Kaynakça

  • Balázs. I et al. (2014): Local Self-Government in Hungary. Observatory on Local Administration, http://real.mtak.hu/31805/1/mono_hungary_en_2014.pdf
  • Enyedi, G (1996): Regionális folyamatok Magyarországon az átmenet időszakában (Regional processes in Hungary in the transition period). Budapest. Ms.
  • Horváth, G (2005): Decentralisation, Regionalism and the Modernizazion of the Regional Economy in Hungary: A European Comparision. In: Barta, G et al. (eds.): Hungarian Spaces and Places: Patterns of Transition. Pécs: Centre for Regional Studies, pp. 50-63.
  • Horváth, G - Rechnitzer, J (eds.) (2000): Magyarország területi szerkezete és folyamatai az ezredfordulón (Territorial structure and processes in Hungary at the turn of the millennium). Pécs: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Regional Researches.
  • Lapsánszky, A – Patyi, A – Takács, A (2017): A közigazgatás szervezete és szervezeti joga (Tre organization and law of administration). Dialóg Campus, Budapest
  • Pálné Kovács, I (2007): Regional Decentralisation in Central and Eastern Europe. Political Studies of Pécs IV., University of Pécs
  • Pálné Kovács, I (2017): Regionalisation in Hungary: once again a centralised country. Assembly of European Regions, 10 September. https://aer.eu/regionalisation-hungary-centralised-country/
  • Rosta, M (2015): Schizophrenic public administration reform in Hungary. Tension between anti-NPM systemic and pro-NPM organizational reforms. Society and Economy in Central and Eastern Europe, 3 (2), pp. 183-206.
  • Somodyné Pfeil, E (2005): Balancing Between Transition and Modernity: Principles and Institutions of Regional Planning in Hungary. In: Barta, G et al. (eds.): Hungarian Spaces and Places: Patterns of Transition. Pécs: Centre for Regional Studies, pp. 106-123.
  • Tóth, J (1994): Urbanization and Spatial Structure in Hungary. GeoJournal 32 (4), pp. 343-350.

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Tamás SZİGETVÁRİ> (Sorumlu Yazar)
Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies
0000-0002-5729-3153
Hungary

Yayımlanma Tarihi 9 Mayıs 2020
Başvuru Tarihi 12 Aralık 2019
Kabul Tarihi 15 Nisan 2020
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2020, Cilt 3, Sayı 1

Kaynak Göster

APA Szigetvári, T. (2020). The Hungarian administrative system: from centralization to regionalization and back . Journal of Political Administrative and Local Studies , 3 (1) , 23-40 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/jpaljournal/issue/54233/652902

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