Public Management Reform and Economic and Social Development [E-Book] / Michael Keating
Keating, Michael.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2001
73 p.
englisch
10.1787/budget-v1-art12-en
Governance
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520 3 |a Most OECD Member countries have sought to renew their systems and structures of public management in the last 10-15 years. Some started earlier than others and the emphasis will vary among Member countries according to their historic traditions and institutions. There is no single best model of public management, but what stands out most clearly is the extent to which countries have pursued and are pursuing broadly common approaches to public management reform. This is most probably because countries have been responding to essentially similar pressures to reform. 
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