New Public Management

Student Price : Rs.130

Student Dollar Price : 5$

Library Price : Rs.250

Library Dollar Price : 10$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 104

Book Weight :116

About The Book

This book which has been written by a senior Administrator who has studied, taught and practiced both Public Administration and Management, Describes briefly the features of New Public and Management in some of the Development countries including the U.K. the U.S.A. and New Zealand (Which is considered to be the most perfect experiment of NPM), and a few other Development countries, with special efforts to explains new concepts like quasi-markets or the different between outputs and outcomes.

There are two important chapter-one a critique of NPM and the other about its applicability to India.

New Public Management has been introduced in the syllabi of some examinations including the Central Services Examination. The book therefore fulfils an urgent need of students and teachers of Public Administration as well as administrators who may be called upon to introduce it in India.

 

Book Content of New Public Management

Chapter 1 Looking Back
Chapter 2 Public Administration and Management
Chapter 3 Classification of Government Function
Chapter 4 Birth of New Public Management
Chapter 5 United Kingdom
Chapter 6 New Zealand
Chapter 7 United States of America
Chapter 8 Other Developed Countries
Chapter 9 Developing Countries
Chapter 10 What is NPM?
Chapter 11 Critique of NPM
Chapter 12 Indian and NPM

Bibliography
Postscript
Index.

 

About The Author

 Dr. S.S. Gadkari is a retired Joint Secratary to the Government of Maharashtra who has also worked as Chief Administrative Officer, CIDCO, Deputy Metropolitan Commissioner of the Bombay Metropolitan Region Development Authority (BMRDA) and as a Work-Study Officer in the State Government. After retirement, he worked as the Executive Joint Secretary of the Maharashtra Branch of the Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi. He had been selected for the Indian Foreign Service but did not join it.     

He has so far written seven books listed elsewhere and about forty articles and has won prizes in three national level essay competitions held by the I.I.P.A. New Delhi and the Times Research Foundation, Mumbai.

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