Public Management in the Central and Eastern European Transition: Concepts and Cases
Автор(и) : Glen Wright, Juraj Nemec
Издател : NICPAcee (The Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe)
Място на издаване : Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Година на издаване : 2002
ISBN : 80-89013-08-2
Брой страници : 504
Език : английски
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This book focuses upon managerial responsibilities and roles as opposed to education in law, politics or other fields. The aim of this textbook therefore is action-oriented, applied and practical, not theoretical nor philosophical. It discusses in straight-forward prose, step by step, how to make things happen in the public sector effectively, efficiently and economically. Mini-cases are also included to assist students in comprehending in practice what the authors first outline and discuss conceptually.
We will examine three perspectives on public management in the next section as a basis for defining public management. These perspectives provide a basis for later examining the roles and functions of the public manager. There are some interesting comparisons to make as we look at the British, American and Continental European approaches.
Glen Wright – Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Advisor, UN and World Bank Projects
Juraj Nemec – Professor, Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration