Public Sector Reform in Developing and Transitional Countries

Public Sector Reform in Developing and Transitional Countries

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Over recent decades, decentralization has emerged as a key Public Sector Reform strategy in a wide variety of international contexts. Yet, despite its emergence as a ubiquitous activity that cuts across disciplinary lines in international development, decentralization is understood and applied in many different ways by parties acting from contrary perspectives. This book offers a fascinating insight into theory and practice surrounding decentralization activities in the Public Sectors of developing and transitional countries. In drawing on the expertise of established scholars, the book explores the contexts, achievements, progress and challenges of decentralization and local governance. Notably, the contributions contained in this book are genuinely international in nature; the chapters explore aspects of decentralization and local governance in contexts as diverse as Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Morocco, Tanzania, Uganda, and Viet Nam. In summary, by examining the subject of decentralization with reference to specific developing and transitional Public Sector contexts in which it has been practiced, this book offers an excellent contribution towards a better understanding of the theory and practice of decentralization and local governance in international settings. This book was published as a special double issue of the International Journal of Public Administration.They include: a€c civil service codes of conduct and safeguard concerning pubic procurement; a€c strengthening ... Interventions have included: a€c workforce reductions involving compensation schemes, implemented through voluntary earlyanbsp;...

Title:Public Sector Reform in Developing and Transitional Countries
Author:Christopher J. Rees, Farhad Hossain
Publisher:Routledge - 2013-09-13


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