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Indicators for Good Governance. Richard Murray Swedish Agency for Public Management. Indicators for…. Steering Rewarding Controll Mobilising Understanding. …on what level?. Micro – agency Meso – policy areas (eduction, transport…) Macro – the government as a whole. Good Governance?.

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Indicators for Good Governance

Richard Murray

Swedish Agency for Public Management


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Indicators for…

  • Steering

  • Rewarding

  • Controll

  • Mobilising

  • Understanding


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…on what level?

  • Micro – agency

  • Meso – policy areas (eduction, transport…)

  • Macro – the government as a whole


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Good Governance?

  • Trust of citizens

  • Due process of law

  • Efficient production and programs

  • Democratically controlled

  • Attracting FDI


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The Lisbon Agenda – performance of the public sector as a whole


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Allocation of resources

Health status

Educational attainment

Crime rate

Resources

Quality of public administration

Size of bureaucracy

Transparency (citizens’ survey)

Effectiveness of government interventions (implementation)

Corruption


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…by what means?

  • Organisation

  • Internal regulation of agency work

  • External regulation of agency work

  • Resources: staff, technology

  • Research and development

  • Steering

  • Control

  • Other


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Efficiency and effectiveness

Impact

Efficiency (productivity)

Quality

Useful/appropriate

Service quality

Outputs

Costs

Correct

Speedy


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Rule of Law

Due process

Appeal

Correct decisions

Possibilities of appeal

Possibility to sue the government

According to the law

Identical

Foreseeable

Correct handling

Transparency

Competent staff


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Democracy

Citizens’ influence

Political control

Loyal civil service

Objective and relevant decision preparations

Efficient means of steering and control

A well coordinated and flexible administration

Lucid organisation

Transparency and openness

Means of direct influence

Information on citizens’ preferences

Possibilities to hold accountable

General information on society

Democratic attitudes


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Basic principle.: comparable with other statistics

  • National Accounts definitions

  • Delimitation of the public sector

  • Hours worked

  • Output, input

  • Costs

  • Quality


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  • Education at a glance

  • Educational levels

  • Labour force surveys

  • Employed

  • Part-time, full-time

  • Sick-leave


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Other sources

  • OECD indicators on market regulation

  • World Value Studies

  • Transparency International

  • Competitiveness reports


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