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World Public Sector Report 2001

Globalization and the State

  • Author: UN, DESA
  • Publication date: May 2002
  • Page count: 206
  • Language(s) in this book: English
  • Sales number: 01.II.H.2

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It is increasingly being acknowledged that the State is a key actor in the development process. It has a major role to play in making globalization work for all; in alleviating poverty and income inequality; in advancing human rights and democracy; in protecting the environment and promoting sustainable development; and in managing violent conflict and combating international crime. This new report will be published every two years and intends to review major trends and issues concerning public administration and governance. It will analyze the challenges faced by governments in reforming particular areas of their public sector, and highlight best practices in public administration and/or national reforms, which may serve as a useful reference to other countries modernizing their public administration systems. This publication will provide policy makers, scholars, and the civil society with relevant information, data and research findings on issues related to the public sector.