Civil Service Reform: A review
AbstractCivil service reform is one of the most intractable yet important challenges for governments and their supporters today. However, civil service reform thus far has largely failed. Based on a review of existing literature, this paper presents principles fo
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public administration reform; public sector reform; civil service reform; donor strategies; best practice;
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