One-Stop-Government in Belgium

Béatrice Van Bastelaer, Anne De Vos, Claire Lobet-Maris

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Abstract

This article aims at providing a broad view of the current developments of one-stop-government (OSG) projects in the federal state of Belgium. After an introduction explaining the federal structure of the country and presenting the main federal, regional and local policies in the field of OSG, the paper describes some current projects at those three levels and deepens some of these initiatives. Finally, the authors analyse and assess the OSG projects conducted in Belgium.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOne-Stop-Government in Europe
Subtitle of host publicationResults from 11 national surveys
EditorsMartinHAGEN HerbertKUBICEK
Place of PublicationBremen (Allemagne)
PublisherUniversity of Bremen
Pages79-137
Number of pages59
Publication statusPublished - 2000

Keywords

  • one-stop-government
  • administrative services
  • public administration
  • public policy

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    Van Bastelaer, B., De Vos, A., & Lobet-Maris, C. (2000). One-Stop-Government in Belgium. In MAGEN. HerbertKUBICEK (Ed.), One-Stop-Government in Europe: Results from 11 national surveys (pp. 79-137). University of Bremen. http://www.info.fundp.ac.be/~cita/publications/OSG-Belgium.pdf