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Accreditation and other factors of supply and demand for high education programmes in the area of public sector management

Authors

NEMEC Juraj HRONEC Štefan MIKUŠOVÁ MERIČKOVÁ Beáta ŠPAČEK David

Year of publication 2014
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Life Science Journal
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Economics and Administration

Citation
Field Management and administrative
Keywords Accreditation; public sector management; supply and demand for studying public management
Description Based on the qualitative and quantitative analysis, this study aims at analyzing the absence of public sector management (so needed for the practice of public administration), as one of the essential subjects of the educational offer in the Czech and Slovak Republic. The qualitative analysis examines an assumption that the offer of programs in the management of public sector area is affected by the procedure of national accreditation. The quantitative part analyses the impact of selected indicators as an unemployment trend or nominal wages per number of students. The analysis was performed in Slovak setting. It is highly probable that the national system of accreditations, especially the Slovak one, considerably affects the study offer of the field in question. The conclusion hints at the fact that potential influencing factors – as unemployment growth or wage stability – do not act as motivation to study public area management.
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