Improving public policy 4/e

Cloete, F , Coning, C de , Wissink, H , Rabie, B


A focus on the integration of functionally specialised agencies of government; business; labour and civil society into a holistic and efficient policy network. Deals with the complexities of transformational leadership while addressing optimal development and public services delivery; amidst an ever-advancing digital era that is under increasing resource constraints. Includes references to the latest published South African and international resources. Aimed at students; researchers and practitioners in the field of public policy who require knowledge; insight and/or practical skills. Contents include the following: � What public policy is and should be � Why and how public policy is created � How public policy content; processes; outputs and outcomes can be improved to promote optimal good governance � How to achieve sustainable developmental goals; particularly in complex developing countries � Competing values and the ethics of public policy � Corruption and nepotism

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Van Schaik Publishers
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