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Squaring the anti-discrimination triangle in BiH - legal framework, policies and practices 2012-2016.

Mario ReljanovićAida MalkićMidhat IzmirlijaEdin HodžićDženana Radončić
2015

The legal and institutional framework for combating discrimination in Bosnia and Herzegovina was established by the Law on Prohibition of Discrimination, which was adopted in 2009. However, many challenges continue to follow its implementation.

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Proactive Transparency in Bosnia and Herzegovina: From Principles to Practice

This study provides an overview of proactive disclosure practices of public institutions in BiH, and identifies the key factors that impact the development of proactive transparency in BiH.

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Analysis of the E-procurement system in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ivan Kutleša
2016

“Analysis of the E-procurement system in Bosnia and Herzegovina” is Analitika’s new publication written within the project “Open public procurement in BiH”. The main purpose of the paper is a systematic analysis of the current level of development of electronic public procurement in BiH.

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Towards a More Transparent Public Procurement System in Bosnia and Herzegovina via Publishing of Contracts: a Legal Framework Analysis

Stanka Pejaković
2016

Publication Towards a More Transparent Public Procurement System in Bosnia and Herzegovina via Publishing of Contracts: a Legal Framework Analysis is based on law analysis in Bosnian and Herzegovinian legislation, which refers to contract announcing in public procurement and announcing annexes of those contracts. 

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Intersecting Inequalities in Social Protection in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Results of an Empirical Study

Aida MalkićTea Hadžiristić
2016

Current analyses and discussions among experts in the field of social protection indicate that the existing social protection system is fiscally unsustainable, unfair, inefficient and fails to meet the needs of the most disadvantaged among its citizens.

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Flexible Labour in Inflexible Environment: Reforms of Labour Market Institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina in Comparative Perspective

Mirna JusićFlexible Labour in Inflexible Environment: Reforms of Labour Market Institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina in Comparative Perspective
2015

In the light of current socio-economic reforms in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), policy study “Flexible Labour in Inflexible environment” analyzes current trends, the dynamics and important institutes of BiH labor market in a comparative perspective.

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Transparent Public Procurement in BiH: Between Theory and Practice

2015

This policy report aims to analyze the extent to which the legal framework in Bosnia and Herzegovina ensures transparency in the entire procurement process, from the planning stage to the execution of the contract.

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Analysis of Legal Protection in Public Procurement Procedures in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Stanka Pejaković
2015

The aim of this study is to find answers to the question whether the existing legal framework in BiH meets the requirements of efficient legal protection in public procurement procedures from the perspective of the relevant EU legal standards. In this sense, the study suggests the direction of a possible legal intervention which could improve the legal protection rules in public procurement procedures in BiH with regard to the relevant European and comparative law.

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Mapping of Key Obstacles to Equal Participation of Private Companies in Public Procurement in Bosnia and Herzegovina

2015

Center for Social Research Analitika published a report entitled “Mapping of Key Obstacles to Equal Participation of Private Companies in Public Procurement in Bosnia and Herzegovina” based on findings of research conducted during 2014, with the aim of mapping the main obstacles faced by private companies in the public procurement in BiH.

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Local Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Challenges and Prospects for Institutional Development

Mirna Jusić
2014

The research presented in this study was conducted in order to systematically learn about the countrywide practices of local communities in BiH, and to offer broad recommendations for improving local community work in BiH.