Публични политики.BG (ISSN 1314-2313) Public Policy.bg, Vol 8, No 1 (2017)

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Валентин Василев, Снежана Димитрова


Организационното доверие е основен елемент от организационното поведение и в по-широк контекст от управлението на човешките ресурси. То е основен компонент на организационната култура, отразявайки ценности, психологически нужди и проблеми, лидерство и процес на вземане на решения, ниво на обвързване и мотивация на служителите. Прилагането на индивидуални компоненти от теоретическата концепция за организационното доверие в рамките на управлението на човешките услуги в публичната администрация, е подходящ управленски инструмент за обновяване на различни политики – на местно и национално ниво, както и за намиране на решения и реализиране на концептуални проекти, с цел подобряване на общата ефективност на публичната администрация.

Ключови думи: публична администрация, организационно доверие, организационна култура, мотивиране на служителите

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The electronic journal „Public Policy.bg” provides scientific support to good governance.

It is aimed both at practitioners and scientists in the field of public sector management. Both groups can publish in it, as well as vice versa – to find the empirical or theoretical information provided by the "beyond".

The journal is scientific. The articles are reviewed and selected for publishing by Editorial Board using the peer review method, ie. by assessing the correspondence of the texts with scientific criteria (scientific problem, thesis, scientific apparatus, method, evidence, achievement of a scientific fact). The Editorial Board is composed of scientists from different management courses and experienced representatives of management practice from the central and local government.

The journal „Public Policy.bg” strengthens and promotes modern management thinking in the categories of public policies, good governance and social networks. The journal presents the advantages of this approach to the archaic linear management, which has embraced the public administration in captivity of passive performance. The journal draws attention to the opportunities for creative, strategic and political responsibilities of the administration.

Issues of great importance are the new role of public administration in the 21st century, the principles of good governance in the age of globalization, the network approach in governance, strategic thinking, the problems of the administrative elite, administrative capacity and statehood. The research on the effectiveness and efficiency of  the public administration is of central importance. Special attention is given to a multidisciplinary approach to the major problems of public governance.

Topics of interest include management in healthcare, education, environmental protection, labor market, immigration, administrative reform, security, social activities, relations between the central and local levels. The techniques and methods for assessing policy implementation are also of interest as well as the financing and budgeting of administrative activity.

Although the journal focuses mainly on public policies in Bulgaria, „Public Policy.bg” is paying special attention to good governance practices from Europe and the world.

Journal Contact

Telephone /Fax: +3592 9715184


Email: ejpp.eu@gmail.com

Chief editor

Todor Tanev - Departament of Public Administration, Sofia University



Yehezkel Dror - Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Wolfson Chair of Public Administration, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Prof. Dr. Steve H. Hanke, the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, (USA)

Mark Klinedinst - Emeritus Professor of Economics, The University of Southern Mississippi

Prof. Martin Potůček, PhD - Head, Center for Social and Economic Strategies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University

Prof. Charles Rock - Professor of Economics, Emeritus, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida

Jaroslav Dvorak - Klaipeda University, Lithuania 

Onur Kulac - Pamukkale University

Tatiana Tomova - Department of Public Administration, Sofia University

Cvetan Davidkov - Faculty of Economics, Sofia University

Aleksandar Marinov - Department of Political Science, Plovdiv University

Klavdia Sapundzieva - Faculty of Educational Studies and the Arts, Sofia University

Maria Slavova - Faculty of Law, Sofia University

Aleko Djildjov - Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria


Editors from Sofia University

Simeon Petrov, Nikolai Netov, Albena Taneva


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