- 3 times a year
- 1681-2336 (en ligne)
- 1608-7143 (imprimé)
The OECD journal on public sector budgeting, published three times per year. It draws on the best of the recent work of the OECD Working Party of Senior Budget Officials (SBO), as well as special contributions from finance ministries, and makes it available to a wider community in an accessible format. The journal provides insight on leading-edge institutional arrangements, systems and instruments for the allocation and management of resources in the public sector. Now published as a part of the OECD Journal subscription package.
Distributed Public Governance: Agencies, Authorities and Other Autonomous Bodies in Canada
- Tom Fitzpatrick, Toby Fyfe
- 30 jui 2002
- Bibliographic information
Canada’s experience in creating new organisational forms for service delivery is a product of its distinct culture and its political form, federalism. In 1867, Canada adopted a federal form of government. Because the new country included diverse linguistic, cultural and regional communities, federalism was seen as a compromise between full integration of the independent colonies and the status quo. Its champions thought that it would unite different communities under a common government for common purposes while preserving and respecting their differences and diversity through the creation of separate regional governments.