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The Politics of Public Service Bargains

Reward, Competency, Loyalty - and Blame

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The Politics of Public Service Bargains by Christopher Hood
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The traditional understandings that structure the relationships between public servants and the wider political system are said to have undergone considerable change. But what are these formalized and implicit understandings? What are the key dimensions of such bargains? In what conditions do bargains rise and fall? And has there been a universal and uniform change in these bargains? The Politics of Public Service Bargains develops a distinct perspective to answer these questions. It develops a unique analytical perspective to account for diverse bargains within systems of executive government. Drawing on comparative experiences from different state traditions, this study examines ideas and contemporary developments along three key dimensions of any Public Service Bargain - reward, competency and loyalty and responsibility. The Politics of Public Service Bargains points to diverse and differentiated developments across national systems of executive government and suggests how different 'bargains' are prone to cheating by their constituent parties. This study explores the context in which managerial bargains - widely seen to be at the heart of contemporary administrative reform movements - are likely to catch on and considers how cheating is likely to destabilize such bargains.
Release date NZ
May 1st, 2006
Pages
240
Illustrations
tables and figures
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Oxford University Press
Dimensions
164x242x19
ISBN-13
9780199269679
Product ID
2249068

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