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New Public Management Model A Special Alternative For The Romanian Local Public Administration



    (Management Faculty, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest)

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    The paper is based on a special research started few years ago. The main objective of this research is to contribute to the innovation of the public management from the Romanian local public administration based on the best practices from the developed European public administration and not only. Our research team set up a new public management model supported by the informational technologies and communications. The research started with a very special diagnosis of the public organizations from the Romanian local public administration and intends to demonstrate that there is an alternative for transforming our Romanian public administration in a more transparent and more effective one. The key component of this model is the public management component, but this is supported by other two components: informatic and communication. The model is defined for each managerial level: top public management, middle public management and low public management level. The paper contains a synthesis of our New Public Management Model for the Romanian Local Public Administration.

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    Paper provided by Research Centre in Public Administration and Public Services, Bucharest, Romania in its series Proceedings of the Fifth "Administration and Public Management" International Conference: "Public Institutions' Capacity to Implement the Administrative Reform Process", Bucharest, June 23-24, 2009 with number 4.

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    Publication status: Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth Administration and Public Management International Conference. Public institutions’ capacity to implement the administrative reform process , Bucharest, June 23-24 2009, pages 37-41
    Handle: RePEc:rom:confca:4
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