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Week — A new study on Health Planning and Management is now available.
Professor Terry Marsden, Professor Kjell Andersson, Professor Stefan Sjöblom - 2013 - Preview - More editions
|Improving Governance in Spatial Policy Interventions Professor Terry Marsden, |
Professor Kjell Andersson, Professor Stefan Sjöblom, Dr Sarah ... The project
organization as a policy tool in implementing welfare reforms in the public sector.
|" "This book will be of interest to commissioners and practitioners working in policy analysis in a range of areas - including macroeconomic, sectoral, and public sector policy - that are subject to ongoing policy reform discussions.|
|As a hypothetical example, the Zambian government signs on to a World Bank |
public sector–reform project that requires ... of a range of management and
analytical tools adapted from a variety of disciplines, including strategic
management, public policy, ... policy reforms, programs, and projects are
designed and implemented, that is the political, sociocultural, and organizational
contexts of interventions.
|This innovation policy was promoted by the public administration department and |
implemented through a variety of means – like awarding a prize for 'the best'
innovation projects, or funding innovative projects. ... of public management (from
personnel management to financial management, from performance
measurement to organizational design). ... Besides this policy specifically
targeted at stimulating innovation in public sector organizations, the question is
whether more broadly ...
|The deep institutional reforms now on the agenda are much more difficult to |
implement than the economic policy ... These public sector reforms require much
broader and firmer societal and political support, not just the endorsements of
government technocrats. The region's relatively well-developed and well-
organized civil society and private sector are key to reforms, ... Training
government personnel on the new tools and procedures was a central
component of these projects.
|A Practitioners' Guide to Pension, Health, Labor Markets, Public Sector |
Downsizing, Taxation, Decentralization and ... QAP (Quality Assurance Project)
and PAHO (Pan American Health Organization). 2003. ... In The Impact of
Economic Policies on Poverty and Income Distribution: Evaluation Techniques
|In addition, the government was exerting pressure on the management of each |
organization in the public sector to change organizations ... Findings presented in
chapter five of this report reveal that BPR projects in the case- study
organizations had the ... Policy Implications Without the need to refute the
philosophy of 'learning by doing', implementation of such huge reform ...
approach of implementing changes and considering a package of tools to reform
the public sector holistically.
|Box 3.3: Shared Themes: Public Sector and Health Systems Reform The |
obstacles to many health system reforms are ... In contrast, measures affecting
personnel policies, including downsizing, pay decompression, and merit-based
reforms were ... optimism about capacity or political commitment, project
complexity, and the failure to restructure projects that are ... language could be
used to describe health sector reforms entailing changes in organization and
personnel policies. Public ...
|Health reforms can also help deal with corruption that happens at the nexus |
between the public and private sectors. ... One project in Cambodia specifically
evaluated the effect of such comprehensive health reforms on the level of
corruption and ... This type of integration of anticorruption tools and approaches
into the traditional health reform process is perhaps the best strategy for