4 edition of New public management found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kate McLaughlin, Stephen P. Osborne and Ewan Ferlie.|
|Contributions||McLaughlin, Kate., Osborne, Stephen P., 1953-, Ferlie, Ewan, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||JF1351 .N47 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 355 p. :|
|Number of Pages||355|
|ISBN 10||0415243629, 0415243637|
|LC Control Number||2004484907|
The New Public Management (NPM) approach to public service production and delivery runs counter to the old ('traditional') bureaucratic approaches that were born with the emergence of the modern states systems across most of the Western world. It rejects the idea of a specific culture for public organizations and typically argues that such organizations should be managed in the same way as any. New public management (NPM), management techniques and practices drawn mainly from the private sector, is increasingly seen as a global phenomenon. NPM reforms shift the emphasis from traditional public administration to public management.
This book is generally about public administration and particularly about new public administration. New public administration is a product of the late s and the s, an era characterized by Dwight Waldo as a "time of turbulence." During this period, I was teaching public administration in the Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and. This chapter focuses on ‘A Public Management for all Seasons?” Authored in by Christopher Hood, the seminal chapter introduced the term “New Public Management” (NPM) for the first time to describe the reforms that had been around in the public sector in many countries, particularly English-speaking countries, since the early : Per Lægreid.
The New Public Service: Serving Rather than Steering The New Public Management has championed a vision of public managers as the entrepre-neurs of a new, leaner, and increasingly privatized government, emulating not only the prac-tices but also the values of business. Proponents of the New Public Management have devel-. New Public Management Approach and Accountability Mahboubeh Fatemi and Mohammad Reza Behmanesh Attar Institute of Higher Education, Mashhad, Iran A new paradigm for public management, called “New Public Management”, has emerged since s that is formed to confront the present problems. This model is originated from the fusion.
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The New Public Management The term new public management encompasses a wide range of techniques and perspectives that are intended to overcome the inefficiencies inherent in the traditional model of public administration.
Robert Behn defines the New Public Management as “the entireFile Size: KB. Refers to new mode of thinking in public management that includes organizational changes within the state with privatization, corporate management, decentralization, regulation and political control.
Learn more in: E-Governance and the Information Society in Periphery. A series of beliefs and reforms that attempted to transform the public.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. Public officials involved in reform policy will benefit from this book."--Alex Matheson, Public Management Service, OECD, Paris "Much of what passes for analysis of New Public Management, both among advocates and detractors, is biased and by: The term new public management was coined by scholars from UK and Australia (Hood and Hood and Jackson ), who were working in the in the areas of publicthe origin of this new term was to propose a new point of view towards the organizational design in the public sector, however after a decade, the meaning of this term in discussions and debates became many.
other than public choice and managerialism have inﬂuenced NPM. Characteristics of New Public Management The NPM movement began in the late s and early s.
Its ﬁrst practitioners emerged in the United Kingdom under Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and in the. Discover the best Public Administration in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. This book provides a completely up-to-date overview of the main theoretical models of public sector management, and examines the key changes that have occurred as more and more public services are contracted out to private organisations, as the Cited by: Could this book be considered the beginning of the end of the New Public Management as one of the dominant administrative doctrines in the world.
The ‘death of NPM’ has been announced frequently over the past twenty years, but the underlying ideas remain surprisingly resilient.
This book uses game theory and empirical studies in order to assess the pros and cons of new public management. Excerpt I decided in to go to New Zealand and Australia to find out what new public management (NPM) consists of.
New Public Management hat in den vergangenen Jahren die Ansätze und das Verständnis moderner Verwaltungsführung maßgebend beeinflusst. Stossrichtungen und Grundanliegen dieses Modells wurden zum Teil in die Führungspraxis übernommen und stellen in vielerlei Hinsicht nach wie vor Entwicklungsziele und Leitlinien für die Steuerung und Führung der öffentlichen Verwaltung dar.
The Oxford Handbook of Public Management gives an assessment of the major trends in public management, embracing both their intended and unintended effects.
The articles comment on the key current issues. The public sector continues to play a strategic role across the world. The last thirty years have seen major shifts in approaches to public sector management in many different countries.
NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT CONCEPT AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE Introduction In this chapter we discuss the evolution and meaning of New Public Management as well as review the literature on the subject relevant to this study.
Public management has become an area of focus in the developed as well as developing countries from the late eighties Size: KB. Principles for Public Management Practice: From Dichotomies to Interdependence American version of new public management supports greater manage-ment flexibility. Structures such as rules, hierarchy, and the ties that bind managers limit flexibility and creativity (Gore).
If managers in the public. Public administration has entered a new age. In the s, “less” government was the prevailing idea; in the s and early 21 st century, “New Public Management” was the dominant theme. Today, public administration is moving in new directions.
This book analyses changes which have occurred in the organization and management of the UK public services over the last 15 years, looking particularly at the restructured NHS. The authors present an up to date analysis around three main themes the transfer of private sector models to the public sector2.
the management of change in the public sector3. management reorganization and role. experience, Hood () described New Public Management in terms of a quest for frugality.
Another decisive publication in the construction of the concept of New Public Management was the book by David Osborne and Ted Gaebler (), who prescribed, as a remedy to bureaucracy. The meaning of public management 12 Objectives of public management reforms 15 Reasons for public management reforms 15 Public management: Theoretical perspectives 20 Emergence of New Public Management (NPM) 28 Principles of New Public Management 33 Element of NPM 3s 9 Cost cutting, capping budgets.
The “new public management” (NPM) wave in public sector organizational change was founded on themes of disaggregation, competition, and incentivization. Keywords: governance, New Public Management, managerialism, policy reform, public choice theory, decentralization, autonomous agency, accountability, administrative ethics, social entitlement.
Contents 1. Introduction 2. Origin and Globalization of New Public Management 3. Rationales and Causes of New Public Management 4. With your download, get the 37 best papers relevant to this one, including 19 top related papers. ALI FARAZMAND / Handbook of Globalization, Governance, and Public Administration DK_C Revise Proof page pm GLOBALIZATION: VIII ISSUES IN PUBLIC MANAGEMENT ALI FARAZMAND / Handbook of Globalization, Governance, and.BOOK REVIEW ESSAY What Is the New Public Management?
Andrew Stark University of Toronto After more than a decade of spirited debate, neither its sup-porters nor its critics can quite get a handle on what the new public management is-and in particular on what is new about it-let alone on whether, taken as a whole, it is a good thing.The New Public Management paradigm seems to have produced a convergence of administrative reform.
However, specific implementations of NPM show range of forms and results including performance indicators, personal reforms and evaluations of reforms. This text demonstrates how NPM is crafted differently in various institutional contexts.