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Public service reform in East Asia

Public service reform in East Asia

reform issues and challenges in Japan, Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong

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Published by Chinese University Press in Hong Kong .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil service reform -- East Asia.,
  • Civil service reform -- China -- Hong Kong.,
  • Civil service reform -- Japan.,
  • Civil service reform -- Korea.,
  • Civil service reform -- Singapore.,
  • Civil service -- East Asia.,
  • Civil service -- China -- Hong Kong.,
  • Civil service -- Japan.,
  • Civil service -- Korea.,
  • Civil service -- Singapore.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [271]-295) and index.

    Other titlesReform issues and challenges in Japan, Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong
    Statementedited by Anthony B.L. Cheung.
    ContributionsCheung, Anthony.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 299 p. :
    Number of Pages299
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18489459M
    ISBN 109629961946, 9629962349

    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.   Picking up on our first answer, readers interested in public service reform internationally will want to understand the ‘critical case’ of the UK. Second, the themes the book explores – what government machinery costs to run, how it performs on indicators of fairness and consistency – are of universal significance.

    Scholarly accounts of civil service (or public sector) reform in Asia generally emphasize the limited scope of the reforms (Cheung and Scott, ). Indeed, Asia, of all continents, has seen the lowest levels of downsizing (Cheung and Scott, 11). Efforts to privatize, they argue, have also been by: 2.   The book considers these issues in all of East Asia, including China, Japan and Korea, focusing in particular on Hong Kong, which was subject to British rule from to , and on Taiwan, which was subject to Japanese rule from to Author: Sui-Wai Cheung.

    Public Sector Reform is endemic to public administrations and governmental structures globally. It is driven by a variety of dynamics and these vary according to their specific context: geographical, cultural, social, political, economic and temporal. The reform of the Public Administration in Singapore: a model to follow in Italy? state‑led macroeconomic planning in East Asia in the late twentieth century. Reforming Singapore’s Public Service: the first step for the social and economic growth Nowadays Singapore’s public sector employs almost , people; among them are the.


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Public Service Reform in East Asia: Reform Issues and Challenges in Japan, Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong by Anthony B.

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[Anthony Cheung;] -- "This timely collection addresses a variety of selected reform issues confronted by these four developed Asian economies. The areas of reform covered range from human resource management, financial. 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. Book Description. Written by leading experts, Public Administration in East Asia: Mainland China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan examines the inner workings of governments in East Asia, in particular its public administration and related public policy processes.

It focuses on the apparatus of government — the agencies, their values, context, and policies within which they operate. The focus in this Pack is on action: on the public service reform intervention, conceived as an exercise in helping.

The readings included in this pack have been chosen to be interesting and fresh rather than comprehensive; that is, to stimulate thinking rather than necessarily to ‘cover all the Public service reform in East Asia book in public service reform as currently practised. This edited volume helps address the “how” question.

It brings together reform experiences in public financial management and the public sector more broadly from eight country cases in East Asia: Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, and : Sokbunthoeun So, Michael Woolcock, Leah April, Caroline Hughes, Nicola Smithers.

His publications include works on Public Administration in East Asia () and Public Administration in Southeast Asia (). He is past Management in Public Service (Sage,5th ed.) and is currently completing a book on the results of reform in these : Evan Berman.

Summary. Written by leading experts, Public Administration in East Asia: Mainland China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan examines the inner workings of governments in East Asia, in particular its public administration and related public policy processes. It focuses on the apparatus of government — the agencies, their values, context, and policies within which they operate.

Models of Public Service Reform. A Problem-Solving Approach. Willy McCourt. The World Bank East Asia and the Pacific Region Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit.

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In 3 libraries. "This timely collection addresses a variety of selected reform issues confronted by these four developed Asian economies. The areas of reform covered range from human resource management, financial management and pay reform, to central agency role, service improvements, private sector involvement, and political accountability."--BOOK JACKET.

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Lineage Properties in Civil Law: Notes on Public Property for Sacrifice in Taiwan. Written by leading experts, Public Administration in East Asia: Mainland China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan examines the inner workings of governments in East Asia, in particular its public administration and related public policy processes.

It focuses on the apparatus of government Price: $   Public Service Reform in East Asia: Reform Issues and Challenges in Japan, Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong in Asian Journal of Social ScienceCited by: 3. Turner M. () Public Sector Reform and National Development in East and Southeast Asia: Specificity and Commonality.

In: Bice S., Poole A., Sullivan H. (eds) Public Policy in the 'Asian Century'. International Series on Public by: 1. Some of the common issues and challenges associated with public service reforms are discussed below.

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Cheung Author: Bill Chou. paper examines public sector reforms in Indonesia, Malaysia and New Zealand, three Asia-Pacific trading partners. While descriptive in nature, the researchers believe that the contribution of this research is its socio-cultural and historical accounts of. 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.draw on Kingdons seminal book on the policy process to make the Public Sector Specialist (East Asia and Pacific) at the World Bank, and Reader in Development Public service reform is staggeringly complex: so many political and institutional ducks to line up.