Modernizing Civil Services
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Modernizing Civil Services

  • New Horizons in Public Policy series

Edited by Tony Butcher and Andrew Massey

Civil services in Western liberal democracies have undergone significant changes since the early 1980s, so much so that many of the traditional assumptions underpinning their role and operating practices have been fundamentally questioned. This volume explores a number of themes inherent in this transformation process and the significant problems encountered in modernizing civil services.
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Chapter 9: Modernizing policy-making for the twenty-first century: the professional model

Wayne Parsons

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