The article analyzes the administrative and legal means of protecting the rights, freedoms and interests of individuals in the sphere of public management. It is noted that in the scientific literature there is no stable, comprehensive and generally accepted formulation of public management.
Problem setting. Decentralization reforms in Ukraine require a new way of looking at the implementation of public management mechanisms in the country as a whole. The challenges and opportunities arising during the reforms create a necessity for new mechanisms that can be applied at the local level of public management. Such necessities result primarily from the existing system of public management in the area of spatial planning, which currently focuses mainly on the state and regional level.
The article analyzes theoretical bases of the research of organizational and legal mechanisms of public management in Ukraine, shows the importance of proper theoretical study of their nature, components, interconnections and interdependence. There were investigated two approaches to the interpretation of the concept of “mechanisms of management”, which can be described as structural-organizational and structural-functional.
This article explores the determinants of peculiarities of public management of ethno-political relations within a multiethnic society. The article defines the problematic points and key tasks of public ethno-policy aimed at harmonizing interethnic relations, interethnic interaction and national consolidation.
On the basis of the analysis of scientific literature, law-oriented models proposed by Ukrainian scientists were determined; their generalization was carried out. The functional model of public administration of legal education in Ukraine has been developed and described its main elements and approaches have been defined.
Competitiveness of modern states is increasingly dependent on the method and scope of using information-communications technologies (ICTs) in the economy and in the implementation of the states’ care functions. The application of information-communications technologies (ICTs) in health care is of special importance due to observed dynamic changes taking place in social structures.
The article analyzes the features of the modern paradigm of public management. Attention is drawn to the fact that today there are different models of public management in the world: the traditional (bureaucratic) model of management, the model of new public management, the model of policy network, the model of good governance, synergetic model, etc. It was found that among the most famous models of management, which took their place among the theories and practices of management, there are three: “Old Public Management”, “New Public Management”, “Good Governance”.
Nowadays co-production is seen as a valuable route to public service reform and to the planning and delivery of effective public services, which is gaining increasing attention. Despite this our understanding of co-production is limited and we still have a lot to learn about how and why coproduction works (and does not). Therefore there is a need to improve knowledge and ability to use co-production successfully. One of the unclear issues are the conditions under which co-production will most likely be effective and how important is trust in this context.
Concern about people with disabilities is now becoming one of the areas of interest within the European Union, which is seeking a cost-effective and socially acceptable solutions aimed at supporting a worthy life of this group of society. Specific areas of action aimed at improving conditions for social inclusion, well-being and the full exercise of the rights of people with disabilities are set out in the “European Disability Strategy 2010-2020: A renewed commitment to a Barrier-Free Europe” (European Disability Strategy 2010-2020: COM (2010) 636). Employment is one of those areas.