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A serviço do cidadão: Uma década de reformas no funcionalismo público na América (2004-13): Sumário Executivo

Listed editor(s):
  • Juan Carlos Cortázar Velarde
  • Mariano Lafuente
  • Mario Sanginés
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Listed author(s):
  • Juan Carlos Cortázar Velarde
  • Mariano Lafuente
  • Mario Sanginés
  • Christian Schuster
  • Koldo Echebarría
  • Francisco Longo
  • Luciano Strazza
  • Mercedes Iacoviello
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    Este livro trata da reforma do Funcionalismo Público (emprego público do governo central) na América Latina e analisa os diagnósticos atualizados da qualidade institucional dos sistemas de serviço público em 16 países, realizados em 2004 pelo Banco, fazendo uma análise de sua evolução nos últimos dez anos. A metodologia do relatório baseia se na Carta Ibero-Americana da Função Pública. Além disso, ele extrai lições de processos de reforma do funcionalismo público, identificando estratégias para modernizar a administração pública na região. Por fim, a obra propõe uma possível agenda futura para dar continuidade aos esforços de profissionalização do serviço público na América Latina.

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    This book is provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications (Books) with number 86408 and published in 2014.
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