VOLUME 1 (2006), ISSUE 1, Contributions to Pragmatic Consequentialist Legal Theory <Previous Contributions to Pragmatic Consequentialist Legal Theory    

Nueva administración pública

Andrés Roemer, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Andrés Roemer (2006) "Nueva administración pública", The Latin American and Caribbean Journal of Legal Studies: Vol. 1: No. 1, Article 6.

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Countries in the developing world are often disadvantaged by indifference, negligence, corruption and general waywardness in their public sectors. The so-called “new public management” attempts to transform unproductive bureaucracies by adopting policies and practices used by the private-sector. The methods included in the new public management include shifting managerial emphasis from policy issues to quantification and efficiency; dismembering massive bureaucratic structures into limited-purpose agencies; financing agencies through payments from their public-sector “customers”; creating surrogate markets; introducing cost-cutting and labor discipline (such as more contract appointments and fewer jobs for life); incentivizing workers through financial rewards; increasing the information easily available to the users of publicly-provided services; and rewarding responsiveness through star ratings and league tables.

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