PA IN DEVELOPED NATIONS. TOPICS. Quote of the day Evolution of PA in developed systems Similar but not equal Key characteristics of developed vis a vis developing PA systems Historical growth of government Paradigms in Public Administration Old PA
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Paradigm shift: the New Public Administration
The New Public Service: A new paradigm?
“The important thing for Government is not to do things which individuals are doing already, and to do them a little better or a little worse; but to do those things which at present are not done at all.”
John Maynard Keynes: The End of Laissez-Faire (London, 1926) Cited in Oser (1970:394)
Source: Savas 2000:20 * INEGI
Source: OECD Public Management Service
Corruption index 1 most corrupt 10 least corrupt: Source The Economist
Source: Denhardt & Denhardt (2003: 28-29)
Notes: Group 1: Countries whose scores on the average of the two indicators are significantly above the average of OECD member countries: x>(average*std*(2^(-1/2)))Group 2: Countries whose scores on the average of the two indicators are not significantly different from the OECD average. (average+std*(2^(-1/2)))>x>(average-std*(2^(-1/2)))Group 3: Countries whose scores on the average of the two indicators are significantly above the OECD average: (average-std*(2^(-1/2)))>x