Public Administration & Public Management: The Principal-Agent Perspective
Routledge, 21/08/2006 - 304 من الصفحات
A perspective on the public sector that presents a concise and comprehensive analysis of exactly what it is and how it operates.
Governments in any society deliver a large number of services and goods to their populations. To get the job done, they need public management in order to steer resources – employees, money and laws – into policy outputs and outcomes. In well-ordered societies the teams who work for the state work under a rule-of-law framework, known as public administration. This book covers the key issues of:
Public Administration & Public Management is essential reading for those with professional and research interests in public administration and public management.
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... programmes to change the established division between the public and the private. No society can be either public or private, as all have- a mixture. The public sector may be designated the 'state', but it gives the impression of a ...
... programmes and a fair amount of public regulation of the private sector. The discipline of political economy deals with the politically highly sensitive question of how much, meaning the size of public resource allocation, the size of ...
... programmes. Bureaux have no right to exist but must prove their existence through the value they create in society. Far from being immortal, public organisations have no intrinsic rationale but act under a rationality assumption ...
... programmes. When governments produce goods and services, one may often ask whether the market could do it better. Allocative programmes must be broken out from regulatory tasks, and the provision of services can be done through ...
... programmes vary in content and purpose, serving the purposes both of New Right 'managerialist' concerns with rolling back of the state and achieving greater 'effectiveness, efficiency and economy', as well as. 16 Introduction: the public ...
The principalagent framework and the public sector
Public principals and their agents
The economic reasons for government
Public organisation incentives and rationality in government
legality and rule of law
the Cambridge and Chicago positions
Public teams are different from private teams
What is public management policy?
contracting in the public sector