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The European Commission is a latecomer to administrative reform. Virtually alone among public administrations, it was untouched by the tide of management reforms that were a feature of the 1980s and early 1990s. Although modest attempts at...
This article examines how the Commission has approached the subject of organisational ethics as part of its post-1999 administrative reform. It begins by explaining the relationship between the Commission resignation and the reform that followed. It...
This article reviews and analyses successive reforms of the Commission's Delegations outside the EU; its “External Service”. It also poses relevant questions arising from the proposals in the draft Constitutional Treaty, which foresees the...
As the Prodi Commission comes to the end of its term of office, the Kinnock reforms of internal management systems are now well under way. While these are welcome, they are only a preliminary step in a much broader and more difficult process of change....
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