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ISBN 9783030536961
Governance and Public Management Ser.
Print version: Kuhlmann, Sabine Public Administration in Germany Cham : Springer International Publishing AG,c2021 ISBN 9783030536961
4 Coordination and Cooperation: Making Administrative Federalism Work -- 5 Trends and Challenges.
2.2 The Constitutional State (Verfassungsstaat) -- 2.3 The Integration of the Rechtsstaat and the Verfassungsstaat in the European Union -- 2.4 Lessons Learned -- 3 The Constitutional Frame of Public Administration -- 3.1 Constitutional Principles -- 3.2 The Multilevel Administration of German Federalism -- 3.3 The Impact of Fundamental Rights on Public Administration -- 3.4 Lessons Learned -- 4 The Role of Judicial Review -- 4.1 The Right to an Effective Judicial Remedy -- 4.2 The Powers of the Constitutional Jurisdiction -- 4.3 The Jurisdictionalisation of Administrative and Constitutional Law -- 4.4 Lessons Learned -- 5 Constitutional Reform and Constitutional Change -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Administrative Federalism -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Historical Roots of German Administrative Federalism -- 3 Distribution of Responsibilities ---
4 Coordination and Cooperation: Making Administrative Federalism Work -- 5 Trends and Challenges.
Public Administration in Germany -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Praise for Public Administration in Germany -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Notes on Contributors -- Untitled -- Chapter 1: German Public Administration: Background and Key Issues -- 1 Introduction: Background and Approach of the Publication -- 2 Part I: German Public Administration in the Multilevel System -- 3 Part II: Politics, Procedures and Resources -- 4 Part III: Redrawing Structures, Boundaries and Service Delivery -- 5 Part IV: Modernising Processes and Enhancing Management Capacities -- 6 International Context and Lessons to Learn -- References -- Part I: German Public Administration in the Multilevel System -- Chapter 2: Constitutional State and Public Administration -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Key Concepts of Public Law and Public Administration -- 2.1 The Principle of the Law-Governed State (Rechtsstaat) ---
2 Areas of Social Benefits and Their Allocation Within the Administrative System of Germany.
4.5 The German Civil Service at the Interface Between Politics and Administration -- 5 How the German Civil Service Has Changed or Is Supposed to Change: Major Challenges and Reform Trends -- 6 Lessons Learned and Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Chapter 14: Public Finance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Regulation of Public Budgets and Budgeting -- 2.1 Principles of Budgeting, Structures and Classifications -- 2.2 The Budget Cycle -- 2.3 Recent Budgetary Reforms -- 3 Basic Regulation for the ’Fiscal Constitution’ in the Basic Law -- 4 Public Expenditure -- 5 Public Sector Revenue -- 5.1 Revenue in General -- 5.2 Tax Revenue -- 5.3 Intergovernmental Financial Relations: Multilevel Tax Sharing Assignment -- 6 Public Debt -- 7 Local Finance -- 8 Lessons Learned -- References -- Part III: Redrawing Structures, Boundaries and Service Delivery ---
5.2 Prepared for the Future? Digitalisation as a Major Challenge -- References -- Chapter 9: Local Self-Government and Administration -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Cities, Counties and Municipalities -- 2.1 The Various Bodies of Local Self-Government -- 2.2 Population and Size of County-Free Cities, Counties and Municipalities Belonging to a County -- 2.3 Common Tasks of County-Free Cities, Counties and Municipalities Belonging to a County -- 2.3.1 The Common Tasks at the County Level Are Primarily -- 2.3.2 The Municipalities Belonging to a County Are Responsible for the Following -- 2.4 State Authority and Local Supervision -- 3 Local Self-Government and Its Constitutional Foundations -- 3.1 The Constitutional Guarantee of Local Self-Government Right ---
1 Introduction.
3 The Special Status of the Social Security Systems and Their Relationship to the General Administrative System -- 3.1 The Legal Bases of the Public Institutions in the Social Security Systems -- 3.2 Oversight of the Social Security Systems -- 4 Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 8: The Administration of the Lander -- 1 Administrations of the Lander (Federal States) in the System of German Federalism -- 2 Basic Conditions for the Administrative Organisation -- 3 Basic Structures of the Administrations of the Lander -- 3.1 Direct Land Administration -- 3.1.1 Upper Administrative Level -- 3.1.2 Regional Meso Level -- 3.1.3 Lower State Authorities -- 3.2 Indirect Land Government -- 4 Personnel Structure and Administrative Culture -- 5 Lessons Learned -- 5.1 Structural Reforms: More than a Political Playground? ---
6 Conclusion and Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 4: Europeanisation and German Public Administration -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The EU’s Striving to Extend Its Jurisdiction -- 3 The Principle of Member State Responsibility for Administering and Enforcing EU Law -- 4 To Avoid Discrepancies, Member States Implement EU Law to a Greater Degree than Is Actually Required -- 5 EU Court Rulings -- 6 Legal Remedy Provided by the National Administrative Courts -- 7 Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 5: Federal Administration -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Formal Framework for the Federal Administration -- 3 Organisation of the Federal Administration: Ministries and Agencies -- 4 Practices of Coordination and Utilisation of Expertise -- 4.1 Levels and Patterns of Inter-ministerial Coordination -- 4.2 External Expertise in Inter-ministerial Coordination ---
2 Areas of Social Benefits and Their Allocation Within the Administrative System of Germany.
3.1.1 Article 28 (2) of the Basic Law as Institutional Guarantee of the Local Self-Government of the Municipalities and Associations of Municipalities (Counties)4 -- 3.1.2 Principles of Financial Autonomy (Article 28 (2), Third Sentence of the Basic Law).
4.5 The German Civil Service at the Interface Between Politics and Administration -- 5 How the German Civil Service Has Changed or Is Supposed to Change: Major Challenges and Reform Trends -- 6 Lessons Learned and Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Chapter 14: Public Finance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Regulation of Public Budgets and Budgeting -- 2.1 Principles of Budgeting, Structures and Classifications -- 2.2 The Budget Cycle -- 2.3 Recent Budgetary Reforms -- 3 Basic Regulation for the ’Fiscal Constitution’ in the Basic Law -- 4 Public Expenditure -- 5 Public Sector Revenue -- 5.1 Revenue in General -- 5.2 Tax Revenue -- 5.3 Intergovernmental Financial Relations: Multilevel Tax Sharing Assignment -- 6 Public Debt -- 7 Local Finance -- 8 Lessons Learned -- References -- Part III: Redrawing Structures, Boundaries and Service Delivery ---
5 The German Federal Administration as a Reluctant Yet Mostly Unconcerned Reformer -- 6 Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 6: The Federal Administration of Interior Affairs -- 1 Introduction: Federal Administration/State Administration -- 2 Exception: Federal Administration -- 3 Structure of the Federal Administration -- 4 The BMI and Its Executive Agencies -- 5 Supervision -- 6 Excursus: ’Minister-Free Zones’ -- 7 Central Service Provider: Federal Office of Administration -- 8 From Superior Federal Authority to Supreme Federal Authority: Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information -- 9 Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 7: The Peculiarities of the Social Security Systems (Indirect State Administration) -- 1 The Welfare State, Its Programmes (Laws) and Entrenchment in Administrative Federalism ---
5.2 Prepared for the Future? Digitalisation as a Major Challenge -- References -- Chapter 9: Local Self-Government and Administration -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Cities, Counties and Municipalities -- 2.1 The Various Bodies of Local Self-Government -- 2.2 Population and Size of County-Free Cities, Counties and Municipalities Belonging to a County -- 2.3 Common Tasks of County-Free Cities, Counties and Municipalities Belonging to a County -- 2.3.1 The Common Tasks at the County Level Are Primarily -- 2.3.2 The Municipalities Belonging to a County Are Responsible for the Following -- 2.4 State Authority and Local Supervision -- 3 Local Self-Government and Its Constitutional Foundations -- 3.1 The Constitutional Guarantee of Local Self-Government Right ---
Chapter 15: Transformation of Public Administration in East Germany Following Unification -- Chapter 16: Administrative Reforms in the Multilevel System: Reshuffling Tasks and Territories.
2.6 Remaining Aspects Concerning Judicial Control -- 3 Courts of Audit -- 3.1 Organisational Features -- 3.2 Scope of Review -- 3.3 Effects -- 4 Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 13: Civil Service and Public Employment -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Civil Service Systems Compared: What Kind of an Animal Is the German Civil Service? -- 3 How Does the German Civil Service Measure Up? Size and Structure of Public Employment -- 4 How Does the German Civil Service Work? Major Characteristics and Features -- 4.1 The Weberian Bureaucrat as a ’Leitmotif’: ’Civil Servant’ and ’Public Employee’ as Competing but Also Converging Status Models -- 4.2 Steering and Coordination in the German Civil Service: Legal Frames, Collective Bargaining and Civil Service Politics -- 4.3 Recruitment and Qualification -- 4.4 Compensation Schemes and Benefits ---
3 The Special Status of the Social Security Systems and Their Relationship to the General Administrative System -- 3.1 The Legal Bases of the Public Institutions in the Social Security Systems -- 3.2 Oversight of the Social Security Systems -- 4 Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 8: The Administration of the Lander -- 1 Administrations of the Lander (Federal States) in the System of German Federalism -- 2 Basic Conditions for the Administrative Organisation -- 3 Basic Structures of the Administrations of the Lander -- 3.1 Direct Land Administration -- 3.1.1 Upper Administrative Level -- 3.1.2 Regional Meso Level -- 3.1.3 Lower State Authorities -- 3.2 Indirect Land Government -- 4 Personnel Structure and Administrative Culture -- 5 Lessons Learned -- 5.1 Structural Reforms: More than a Political Playground? ---
4 Fundamentals of Local Constitutional Law -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.1.1 Elections and Forms of Direct Democracy at the Local Level -- 4.2 The Local Bodies -- 4.2.1 The Local Representative Bodies -- 4.2.2 The Chief Administrative Officer -- 5 The Local Government Associations -- 6 Lessons Learned -- References -- Part II: Politics, Procedures and Resources -- Chapter 10: Politics and Administration in Germany -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Politics and Administration in Federal Ministries -- 3 Politics and Administration in Lander Ministries -- 4 Politics and Administration at the Local Level -- 5 Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 11: Administrative Procedures and Processes -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Classification of Processes -- 3 Extra-Organisational Procedures -- 3.1 Service Delivery Processes -- 3.2 Communication -- 3.3 Transparency and Information -- 3.4 Law -- 3.4.1 Functions of Administrative Procedure Law -- 3.4.2 Structures and Principles of Administrative Procedure Law -- 3.4.3 Reform Discussions and Recent Developments -- 4 Intra-Organisational Processes -- 4.1 Management and Support Processes -- 4.2 Knowledge Management -- 4.3 Law -- 5 Inter-Organisational Processes -- 5.1 Inter-Organisational Communication and Cooperation -- 5.1.1 Performance-Related Communication -- 5.1.2 Performance-Related Cooperation -- 5.2 Inter-Organisational Support -- 5.3 Inter-Organisational Control -- 5.4 Law -- 6 Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 12: Control and Accountability: Administrative Courts and Courts of Audit -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Administrative Courts -- 2.1 The Structure of Administrative Courts in Germany -- 2.2 Empirical Facts -- 2.3 Types of Decisions -- 2.4 Depth of Control -- 2.4.1 Exception No. 1: Discretion -- 2.4.2 Exception No. 2: Scope for Appreciation -- 2.5 Extent of Control.
6 Conclusion and Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 4: Europeanisation and German Public Administration -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The EU’s Striving to Extend Its Jurisdiction -- 3 The Principle of Member State Responsibility for Administering and Enforcing EU Law -- 4 To Avoid Discrepancies, Member States Implement EU Law to a Greater Degree than Is Actually Required -- 5 EU Court Rulings -- 6 Legal Remedy Provided by the National Administrative Courts -- 7 Lessons Learned -- References -- Chapter 5: Federal Administration -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Formal Framework for the Federal Administration -- 3 Organisation of the Federal Administration: Ministries and Agencies -- 4 Practices of Coordination and Utilisation of Expertise -- 4.1 Levels and Patterns of Inter-ministerial Coordination -- 4.2 External Expertise in Inter-ministerial Coordination ---
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