Trusted Governance Due to Public Value Management: Public Governance in Europe Between Economization and Common Weal: A Value-based Concept of Public Administration by Rainer Pitschas (Paperback, 2006)
Reinventing Government and modernizing public administration is an important issue in public policy. There is a variety of reform strategies for achieving sustainable development and efficiency of public authorities, but until w, the proposed reforms have t been very successful. It is t surprising that meanwhile, trust in New Public Management partially vanished. Instead of having faith in the ecomization of public management, the question of values arises. In this book, the necessary change towards a Public Value Management (as a counter-movement in Europe against the merely ecomical way of modernizing public administration) is explained and reflected.
The Author: Rainer Pitschas, born in 1944, is currently full professor at the German University of Administrative Sciences in Speyer. The author obtained a MPA from the Public Administration School of Berlin and a Ph.D. from the Free University of Berlin. Previously, he was also Head of the Social Welfare Administration.