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Author(s):
Rob Laking
13 July 2005
Pages:
22
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No.:
19,
Volume:
4,
Issue:
4
Pages:
7–25
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/budget-v4-art19-en

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This paper is about the benefits and agencies", outside the mainstream of ministries under different rules of central control and internal area, in transition economies and in the developing agencies took hold in the 1980s and 1990s. "Agencies" distinctly "Anglo" phenomenon, a New Public the Next Steps executive agencies in the countries have had several types of public organisation long time, and in several governments apart minority of civil servants work in "core government". variety simply a reflection of national administrative lessons to be drawn about organisational form and risks are there from genetic engineering Can transition economies and developing countries the organisational forms in their own public sectors governments of OECD countries?
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