3 edition of Public sector restructuring found in the catalog.
Public sector restructuring
|Statement||by Yusuf Bangura.|
|Series||Occasional paper ;, 3, Occasional paper (Geneva 2000) ;, 3.|
|Contributions||United Nations Research Institute for Social Development., Geneva 2000 (2000 : Geneva, Switzerland)|
|LC Classifications||JF1525.O73 B37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 53 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||00338349|
AMMAN –– The government’s restructuring plan for the public sector will result in lower budgets for independent public agencies over the coming years, a senior official said Monday.. Public Sector Development Minister Khleef Al Khawaldeh told reporters that eight independent entities in the fields of media, investment and agriculture will be cancelled this year, and the government will. ORGANIZATIONAL RESTRUCTURING FOR ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM IN NEPAL 65 government and the establishment of a functional bureaucracy. Among other things the Commission suggested that the government: • Focus itself toward creating a conducive environment to enable the private sector and non-government agencies to take more and more functions of the.
Human Resource Management. (HRM) is of central significance to every nation as they strive to govern well and deliver services effectively.. The evolution of HRM in the public sector from personnel administration to more strategic management has transformed mechanistic views of the enterprise to ones that are more organic, interactive and collaborative. Get this from a library! Public sector reform: downsizing, restructuring, improving performance. [Mick Moore; Forum on Health Sector Reform.; World Health Organization. Division of .
However, the restructuring of public sector organizations should be done based on each field and locality, and any attempt to commercialize public services should be prevented, he said. A Comparative Analysis of Public Sector Restructuring in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean JOSEPH B. ROSE McMaster University, Hamilton, ONT, CANADA GARY N. CHAISON Clark University, Worcester, MA ENRIQUE de la GARZA Autonomous Metropolitan University, Mexico City, D.F, Mexico We examine public sector restructuring in North.
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The need for reorganization or public expenditure control arises for the public sector to keep up with recession and government growth. This chapter provides an analysis of the ideologies of the British government regarding individualism, privatization, and most importantly, the primacy of markets.
To contribute to the development of a conceptual framework of the process, this chapter takes a political. 'Public sector accounting systems currently have significant strains and stresses associated with existing social, cultural, economic and environmental challenges.
This textbook presents significant advances in the theoretical and practical understanding of public sector accounting in its context.
The book provides a contemporary public sector 5/5(2). Public expenditure reforms focus on welfare and social services in industrialized countries, and on capital expenditures and government administration in developing countries.
Privatisation, a central component of downsizing, is now a global phenomenon. in this direction. The book under review is a right and timely attempt to study the issue of restructuring of public sector and industrial relations. The book contains 8 logically designed chapters running into pages and is a case study of India's oldest public sector company in the post-independence period known as Indian Telephone.
Deregulation, privatization, and marketization have become the bywords for the reforms and debates surrounding the public sector. This major book is unique i.
Public sector reform: Rationale He is currently editing a volume for the Institute of Public Administration of Canada entitled Government Restructuring and Career Public.
This book provides a comprehensive examination of the special issues concerning accounting in the public sector of the economy, discussing why public sector accounting is different from accounting for business organisations/5(3).
•Restructuring increases reported work intensity, especially amongst public sector workers. •Exposure to psychosocial risks and negative associated health outcomes (fatigue, headache, sleeping problems.) are much more prevalent among public sector workers and in particular in restructured public sector.
Public Sector, restructuring, Sustainable Development, Governance, Nigeria. Introduction. Background to the study. The history of Nigerian Public Sector is traceable to the colonial epoch through independence era, military interregnum and towards the restoration of democracy in Nigeria in what came to be known.
In the immediate aftermath of the recession inemployment in the public sector continued to grow, helping to sustain demand in the European economy.
However, bysignificant restructuring was underway in the public sector in several Member States. In contrast to restructuring in the private sector, public sector restructuring affects much of the population, and so generates a great Author: Eurofound.
B The Public Sector - Control The public sector is defined in the SNA (Chapter 19) as the national, regional, and local governments plus institutional units controlled by government units. Problems arise in relation to identification of the latter units and further clarification is recommended.
Given recent changes within Queensland’s public sector, the simple fact is restructuring has become part and parcel when it comes to management these days. It is for this reason we decided to speak to Queensland Health’s Corporate Services Director Deputy General Susan Middleditch who has managed four restructures and believes there will always be restructures as long as there are changes to.
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Indeed, large-scale productivity improvement in government (and the private sector) may depend to a great extent upon elimination of many, perhaps even thousands of jobs. However, accompanying such reductions we should expect that restructuring also to include increased employee.
Section II examines four global issues that are driving public sector reforms: financial globalization, fiscal deficits, the adjustment programmes of multilateral agencies, and democratization.
Sections III to VI discuss the various components of public sector reform, which are fiscal stability, managerial efficiency, capacity building and public accountability.
To ensure public sector agencies remain competitive, they should conduct regular assessments to determine whether adjustments need to be made to the baseline as well as to determine the frequency of salary adjustments.
The latest figures suggest that significant job cuts in the Public Sector will be unavoidable. How these difficult decisions are managed will make a big difference to organisations, employees and the public says Adrian Slater, Director of Resourcing, Public Sector, Alexander Mann Solutions.
In March, the BBC released a research report asking 49 councils across Britain about their Author: Viola Lloyd. In the wake of the periodic financial crises of the late s, the international financial institutions and many experts have recognized the need for a strategy to avoid and mitigate the severity of crises in the corporate sector.
Addressing this problem requires the complementary efforts of policymakers, regulators, lawyers, insolvency experts, corporate restructuring specialists, and 5/5(1).
(). Public Sector Restructuring and Democracy: The State, Labour and Trade Unions in India. The Journal of Development Studies: Vol. 39, No. 3, pp. Cited by: Many technological innovations have led to the emergence of the platform economy in recent years.
This development is changing the entire landscape of business in the era of digitalisation. However, the impacts of the platform economy on public. 'The book is an excellent introduction to public sector accounting. It ranges from theoretical concerns of several aspects of public sector accounting to empirical presentations of how public sector dilemmas unfold in different settings around the world.
I recommend this book as a good introduction for students of public sector accounting.'Cited by: 4. in all steps of strategic management in the public sector and all convey the importance of negotiation and bargaining.
A public administrator must be ready to be a key player in this process and be able to anticipate issues in public discussion just as the manager File Size: KB.Public-Sector Labour Relations in an Era of Restraint and Restructuring On this public site, books and documents are presented only as previews.
To gain access to complete books and documents, visit desLibris through the discovery portal of a member library, or take out an individual membership.ERM annual report Restructuring in the public sector Executive summary Member States outline their medium-term budgetary plans, using the Excessive Deficit Procedure.
In recent years, the issue of public debt has been a central issue in the European Semester. The legal ability for European institutions to dictate matters of.