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[PDF] Globalism and Comparative Public Administration by Dr. Jamil Jreisat

 This book is a major revision and extension of my earlier work Comparative Public Administration and Policy (Westview, 2002). This edition includes new chapters that focus on trends and developments not covered in the earlier work. Globalism, governance, and global ethics are among the topics that receive added attention. Within the emerging global patterns of decision making, better understanding of earlier contributions to comparative public administration is vital for explaining the current and for refining future research. Existing and evolving human insights, concepts, and experiences are crucial inputs into the imperatives of administrative theory and practice.

The examination and analysis of comparative public administration from the classic period of the 1960s to the present are an attempt to synthesize and to link the literature with current critical developments. This work is neither an edited handbook on selected individual countries nor a collection of articles by different authors looking at different aspects of the subject. It is not a campaign for a particular framework to the exclusion of others either. Rather the book aims to provide an integrated, historical, analytical, and realistic view of the comparative public administration perspective and its rationale. The overwhelming influence of globalism and the growing interdependence among countries, facilitated by revolutionary technological changes such as the Internet, are transforming modern living and challenging social sciences in general. Yet, institutions and systems of governance, particularly public administration, have not demonstrated sufficient capacity to solve complex national and global problems and challenges in areas such as finance, trade, security, human rights, and the environment.



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[PDF] Globalism and Comparative Public Administration by Dr. Jamil Jreisat


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