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) and co-published by Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Trieste (Italy), Faculty of Law, University of Split (Croatia), Faculty of Law, University of Graz (Austria), Faculty of Law, University of Maribor (Slovenia), Portucalense Institute for Legal Research (Portugal), Constitutional Law Institute Ljubljana (Slovenia). The journal publishes articles which contribute to the better understanding and practice of local self-government and public administration and which are of interest to scholars, policy analysts, policymakers and practitioners. The focus of the journal is on the critical analysis of developments in local governance throughout the world. Lex localis - Journal of Local Self-Government provides a unique forum for the consideration of all issues related to sub-national levels of government. 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).

Vol 14, No 3 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Conference Paper

What Really Matters Concerning Local Government Evaluation: Community Sustainability PDF
Paulo Caldas, Brian Dollery, Rui Cunha Marques 279-302
The Issue of Local Autonomy in the Slovenian Local Government System PDF
Simona Kukovič, Miro Haček, Alan Bukovnik 303-320
E-Procurement in Self-Governing Regions in Slovakia PDF
Mária Murray Svidroňová, Juraj Nemec 321-335
Local Authorities’ Involvement in Fostering Hungarian-Romanian Cross-Border Cooperation in Tourism PDF
Daniel Badulescu, Istvan Hoffman, Alina Badulescu, Ramona Simut 337-358
Factors Influencing the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Municipal Waste Management Expenditure PDF
Jana Soukopová, František Ochrana, Daniel Klimovský, Beáta Mikušová Meričková 359-378
Assessment of Financial Capabilities of Local Governments in EU Countries for the Development of Local Public Services PDF
Martina Halásková, Renata Halásková 379-397
The Theories of Non-profits: A Reality Check from Slovakia PDF
Mária Murray Svidroňová, Gabriela Vaceková, Vladislav Valentinov 399-418
Regional Tourism Indicators and Smart Specialization Strategy PDF
Boštjan Brumen, Mitja Gorenak, Maja Rosi, Marjetka Rangus 419-430
Fiscal Decentralisation and Local Government Financing in Montenegro from 2002 to 2015 PDF
Sanja Kmezić, Jadranka Kaluđerović, Mijat Jocović, Katarina Đulić 431-450
Concentrating or Centralising Public Services? The Changing Roles of the Hungarian Inter-municipal Associations in the last Decades PDF
István Hoffman, János Fazekas, Krisztina Rozsnyai 451-471
Decentralization and Territorial Development in Romania.Trends and Challenges PDF
Dana Georgeta Alexandru 473-492
The Impact of the Crisis on Healthcare Risk Management in Slovenia: The Case of Regional Hospitals PDF
Dejan Ravšelj, Aleksander Aristovnik 493-509
Taxes on Communal Waste in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia PDF
Michal Radvan 511-520
From Classical Toward Experimental Federalism: Different Pathways for a More Inclusive and Balanced European Union PDF
Matjaz Nahtigal 521-535
Politics, Policies and Public Procurement Efficiency: A Quantitative Study of 25 European Countries PDF
Milos Milosavljevic, Nemanja Milanović, Slađana Benković 537-558
Convergence in the Tourism Sector at the Local Level: Empirical Evidence from the EU Regions PDF
Mariusz Próchniak, Žan Jan Oplotnik, Borut Vojinović 559-574
Empirical Evidence on Violations of Patient Rights in the Republic of Slovenia PDF
Anka Mohorič Kenda, Robert Leskovar, Rajko Pirnat, Duško Uršič, Milan Pukšič 575-589
Educational Reforms and Decentralization in Brazil, South Africa, South Korea and Spain
Helder Ferreira Do Vale 591-612
Deportation as an Urban Stray Dogs Management Policy: Forest Dogs of Istanbul PDF
Ayten Alkan 613-635
Long Term Effects of Property Tax: Case of Croatia PDF
Neven Vidaković, Miroslav Gregurek, Domagoj Vlahović 637-653
Deal or no deal: English Devolution, a top-down approach PDF
Rachel Wall, Noemia Bessa Vilela 655-670
Public Services Concession in Slovenian Legislation PDF
Katja Drnovšek, Boštjan Brezovnik 671-694
Cost-of-ruling in Local Elections – The Case of Sweden PDF
David Karlsson, Mikael Gilljam 695-714

ISSN: 1581-5374