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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The Principal-Agent Perspective Jan-Erik Lane. Public. Administration. and. Public. Management. Government in any society delivers a large number of services and goods to its population. To get the job done, government needs public ...
... public sector consists of the services and the transfer payments of governments at various levels in the political system, as well as of the goods and services produced by the public organisations, by outsourcing or by the public ...
... public sector. The public sector consists of all the various activities of governments and their agencies. One may classify these into three categories: services - the provision of public goods and services (public resource allocation); ...
... public management policy. Need for public administration or public management In a well-ordered society the public sector has an impressive size, as there will be a fairly large set of public services, a decent set of social security ...
... service provision requires innovation and flexibility. Public employees cannot be restricted by red tape. • Contracting: The leaders of public organisations must have great latitude to contract with their employees or buy goods and services ...
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