4 edition of Governance and public sector reform in Asia found in the catalog.
Governance and public sector reform in Asia
|Statement||edited by Anthony B.L. Cheung and Ian Scott.|
|Contributions||Cheung, Anthony., Scott, Ian, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||JQ31 .G68 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 349 p.|
|Number of Pages||349|
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The authors explore a number of important themes that are central to governance and public sector reform issues. These include the role of the state, the success or failure of organizational reforms, corruption, the applicability of the new public management model in the Asian context, and the governance values and reform models promoted by Price: $ Reforming the public sector is a constant process to address emerging challenges stemming from an increase in economic sophistication and expanded citizens’ expectation.
However, reforming public sector organizations – their structures, policies, processes and practices – is notoriously difficult, in rich and poor countries alike. Based on new field research, this book assesses the current state of governance and public sector reforms in eleven Asian countries and jurisdictions, especially in the wake of the recent regional financial crisis that seriously affected some of them.
It analyses reform efforts comparatively against. Public service reform in Singapore: reinventing government in a global age: Anthony B. Cheung With ANTHONY B.
CHEUNG As a small but highly developed economy, depending almost exclusively on international trade and investment, Singapore, along with Hong Kong, has more need than other countries and economies in Asia to stay competitive and Author: Anthony B. Cheung. The authors explore a number of important themes that are central to governance and public sector reform issues.
These include the role of the state, the success or failure of organizational reforms, corruption, the applicability of the new public management model in the Asian context, and the governance values and reform models promoted by Book Edition: 1st Edition. A country-by-country synopsis of public sector reform in 40 Commonwealth developing countries.
The book presents a brief profile of each country and the background to recent political and economic changes, followed by an outline of the key reform initiatives, the implementation processes, the achievements and the problems encountered.
Get this from a library. Governance and public sector reform in Asia: paradigm shifts or business as usual?. [Anthony Cheung; Ian Scott;] -- The focus of these papers is on the analysis of the state of governance and public sector reforms in 11 Asian countries.
The analysis is conducted against a backdrop of governance problems and. Box Subnational Assistance for Governance and Public Sector Reform in India Box Power Sector Reforms in South Asia Box Transforming Water Management in Pakistan Box Addressing Public Sector Management Reform in Bangladesh Box Examples of Possible Indicators of Public Sector Institutional Performance File Size: 1MB.
Leadership and pubLic sector reform in asia EDITED BY eVan berman School of Government, ests are comparative public management and governance, including public sector reform. He specialises in Anglophone countries: Australia, Canada, New Zealand and United Kingdom, and is currently completing a book on the results of reform in these Author: Evan Berman.
Book Review: Governance and public sector reform in Asia: paradigm shifts or business as usual. Jørn Støvring Progress in Development Studies 4: 4, Author: Jørn Støvring. Get this from a library. Governance and public sector reform in Asia: paradigm shifts or business as usual?.
[Anthony B L Cheung; Ian Scott;] -- Annotation Based on new field research, this book assesses the current state of governance and public sector reforms in eleven Asian countries and jurisdictions, especially in the wake of the.
x | ALTERNATIvE PATHS TO PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM Kai-Alexander Kaiser Senior Economist with the World Bank’s Governance Global Practice with the World Bank in Hanoi.
Meng Foon Lee Senior Management Consultant based in Malaysia. Lee was a. The aim of Good Governance in the Public Sector (International Framework) is to encourage better service delivery and improved accountability by establishing a benchmark for good governance in the public sector.
The International Framework is not intended to. The book is a timely and important collection that offers critical analysis of the search for new governance in Asia and compares and contrasts experiences in selected Asian societies such as China, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, and other parts of South East Asia.
The rest of the book examines how governments in the Asia-Pacific region have tried to improve electoral and parliamentary processes, decentralise governance, and improve service delivery and access. It also reviews civil society engagement, the accountability and. Chapter 7: Leadership and Public Sector Reform in the Philippines Chapter 8: Leadership and Public Sector Reform in Singapore Chapter 9: Leadership and Public Sector Reform in Malaysia.
Støvring, J. Book Review: Governance and public sector reform in Asia: paradigm shifts or business as usual. Progress in Development Studies, 4, The Capacity Building Conference on Reforming Public And Private Sector Governance In Asian Countries was jointly organized by the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADB Institute) and the Strategy and Policy Department of the ADB.
Public service reform, or public sector reform, has been a hot topic among political scientists in recent years as most existing government structures are inadequate to cope with the ever-changing environments of globalism in terms of capital and technology.
This is particularly true among Asian countries where the traditional bureaucracy has been strong as compared to a relatively weak sense. Good corporate governance helps an organization achieve its objectives; poor corporate governance can speed its decline or demise.
In Asia, many public institutions and state-owned enterprises can benefit from corporate governance practices that help foster sustainable development. The Good governance guide is a valuable reference for public sector employees with corporate governance responsibilities to ensure that administration and reporting obligations impacting on their agency are identified and addressed.
Currently this guide focuses on accountability requirements.Public Administration in Latin America: Adaption to a New Democratic RealityGuillermo M. Cejudo Administrative Developments in IndiaKrishna K.
Tummala The Tao of Governance: Public Administration Reform in ChinaZhichang Zhu Capacity, Complexity and Public Sector Reform in AustraliaJohn HalliganMyanmar Governance Discussion Paper Series The purpose of this paper is to set out some of the issues involved in thinking about public sector reform in Myanmar and assist in establishing a common platform for dialogue on this important topic.
The Asia Foundation and the Myanmar Book Aid and Preservation Foundation are pleased to.