Lex localis - Journal of Local Self-Government

Lex localis - Journal of Local Self-Government is an international journal for the study of the politics, administration and management of local affairs published four times a year (in January, April, July, and October) by Institute for Local Self-Government and Public Procurement Maribor (Slovenia). Articles appearing in Lex localis - Journal of Local Self-Government are abstracted and indexed in Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), CSA Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, Current Geographical Publications, CSA PAIS International, Academic's OneFile (Gale), ERIH Plus, International Political Science Abstracts, ProQuest, Scopus, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature (IBZ), International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS). Journal Metrics 2015: Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 0,80 (Q2) (Law 100/291, Public Administration 20/34), SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0,25 (Q2) (Law 226/505), ISI Impact Factor: 0,802 (Q3) (Political Science 82/163, Public Administration 30/47).



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Vol 15, No 1 (2017)

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Table of Contents


Local Leadership and Local-Self Government: Avoiding the Abyss PDF
Colin Copus, Kristof Steyvers 1-18
The Impact of Different Public Contracting Management Models on the Inputs and Outcomes of Local Public Services PDF
Jongsun Park, Youngmin Oh 19-41
Do Political Factors Affect the Risk of Local Government Default? Recent Evidence from Spain PDF
Andrés Navarro-Galera, Dionisio Buendía-Carrillo, Juan Lara-Rubio, Salvador Rayo-Cantón 43-66
The Effects of Decentralization on Efficiency in Public Procurement: Empirical Evidence for the Czech Republic PDF
Michal Plaček 67-92
Crisis Communication of Local Authorities in Emergency Situations – Communicating “May Floods” in the Republic of Serbia PDF
Želimir Kešetović, Predrag Marić, Vladimir Ninković 93-109
Co-Producing a Nicer Neighbourhood: Why do People Participate in Local Community Development Projects? PDF
Daphne Vanleene, Joris Voets, Bram Verschuere 111-132
Using Financial Reporting for Decision Making as a Measure Towards Resilient Government Finances: The Case of Switzerland PDF
Sandro Fuchs, Andreas Bergmann, Isabel Brusca 133-153

ISSN: 1581-5374