The book is a detailed analysis of public policy and state management in the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary. The book explains international trends and their impact on the functioning of the Visegrad Group. The research encompasses a number of key issues related to new public governance, such as regionalism, public policy, corporatism, public decision-making, political marketing, communication. The international team of researchers representing various disciplines such as political science, management, economics have undertaken a difficult as well as highly necessary task.
Target groups: researchers interested in Central European politics / researchers interested in comparative governance / students of political science, administration or public policy / members of local or public administration