Governance and Institutional Re-engineeringeBook - 2008
Governance and Institutional Re-engineering comprises a series of thought-provoking articles on governance and the institutions of governance. It commences with what amounts to a plea by a well-respected academician in the field of public administration, Gerald Caiden, in an article entitled "Towards Cleaner Government." The book brings together scholars from across the world. In setting out their various perspectives, integrity in public life, women and politics and neighbourhood management among the various themes, the writers demonstrate the range and diversity of debates involved in the governance of any country. The book was certainly successful in presenting an interesting, informed, well-written discussion of contemporary challenges and recent discussions in the field of government and public administration.
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, 2008
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 278 pages)