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Public procurement makes up a significant part of Belgium’s GDP. It is also a powerful policy instrument, steering innovation and opening up new...

Belgium is known for its multi-layered government structure, both vertically (defederalization) and horizontally (decentralization). Put together...

In Belgium’s negotiated economy, a significant number of professions, industries and markets are regulated and controlled by, for example, various...

One of the key goals of the welfare state is the provision of public infrastructure. This infrastructure supports almost every aspect of (...

Human capital is one of the main assets of government. In the ongoing pursuit of improved and more efficient services, the recruitment, management...

Government budgets are both instruments of public policy and accountability. They play a key role in any form of government action and are...

The importance of government rules and regulations for industries and markets makes the interface between the public and the private...

Public services are at the heart of government action today. Government is no monolithic structure, but a network of bodies and agencies. These...

There is a growing demand for public sector transparency and accountability. Different levels of government adopt (internal) auditing schemes,...