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by White Jay White,James L. Perry,Jay White

  • Author: White Jay White,James L. Perry,Jay White
  • ISBN: 0762305266
  • ISBN13: 978-0762305261
  • ePub: 1909 kb | FB2: 1902 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited (October 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 344
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Research in Public Administration, Volume 5 (Research in Public Administration) ePub download

The papers in this volume focus on the broad issues of public sector reform.

The papers in this volume focus on the broad issues of public sector reform.

This volume clearly demonstrates the diversity of our field. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Jay D. White, Guy B. Adams.

Public administration in today's era of governance faces big challenges, including leadership competency . This is a book that every public administration student should read.

This is a book that every public administration student should read. With an elite group of contributors, it offers a comprehensive, advanced, balanced, and state-of-the-art coverage on how to become competent administrators and build effective public enterprises in achieving public purposes in the 21st century. The papers in this volume focus on the broad issues of public sector reform

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ethics in public administration, the confrontation of their social. responsibilities in relation to public administration, local or central to the. community. In particular, the correct implementation by the administration. administration in Albania, a questionnaire has been compiled, which was.

Over the course of history, gender has played an important role in public administration. By influencing the ways in which people think about administration and bureaucracy, it has become impossible to look at public administration without examining the place of the feminine/masculine dichotomy. In today's society, public administration remains widely segregated in regard to gender, though it has become commonplace to advocate for greater numbers of equality and non-discrimination policies.

Public administration at the doctoral level can be both an academic and a professional degree. It has served the purposes of future academicians and continuing professionals for many years.

Adams, Guy B. and White, Jay D. and American Society for Public . Work in PAR, 1940-84. and American Society for Public Administration. Australian/Harvard Citation. Machine derived contents note: Foreword - Chester A Newland.

The papers in this volume focus on the broad issues of public sector reform. They address issue-oriented and comparative research such as: analysis of civil service systems at the theoretical level; reforming the wing of national level governments; the wave of public sector reform that has swept the West over the past fifteen years; a comparison of two recent programs to improve efficiency and legitimacy of government in the US and the Netherlands; the problems of insufficient capacity in managing the public sector; the impediments in the current system of public sector job evaluation in the US; the shortcomings in managerial capacities that currently trouble the European Union; Nicaragua and its struggle for public sector reform; the history of Egyptian civil service; and the development of the Argentine civil service.
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