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Government agencies : practices and lessons from 30 countries / edited by Koen Verhoest ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Verhoest, Koen.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JF1601 .G684 2012Series: Public sector organizations.Publication: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012Description: xxii, 474 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780230354357 (hbk.); 9780230354364 (pbk.).Subject(s): Administrative agencies | Public administration | Comparative government
Contents:
Part I. Agencification as a Global Phenomenon -- 1. Introduction / Koen Verhoest, Sandra Van Thiel, Geert Bouckaert and Per Loegreid -- 2. Comparing Agencies across Countries / Sandra Van Thiel -- Part II. Agencification in Different Politico-Administrative Traditions -- Section 2.1 Agencification in Anglo-American countries -- 3. Australia / Chris Aulich and Roger Wettenhall -- 4. Ireland / Muiris MacCarthaigh and Richard Boyle -- 5. New Zealand / Robert Gregory -- 6. United Kingdom / Oliver James, Alice Moseley, Nicolai Petrovsky and George Boyne -- The United States of America / B. Guy Peters -- 8. Comparing Agencification in Anglo-American Countries / John Halligan and Oliver James -- Section 2.2. Agencification in Latin Countries -- 9. Belgium / Koen Verhoest, Sara Demuzere and Jan Rommel -- 10. France / Francois Lafarge -- 11. Italy / Edoardo Ongaro, Davide Galli, Dario Barbieri and Paolo Fedele -- 12. Spain / Salvador Parrado -- 13. Portugal / Silvia M. Mendes, Patrracia Gomes and Joaquin Filipe Araujo -- 14. Comparing Agencification in Latin Countries / Edoardo Ongaro, Salvador Parrado and Koen Verhoest -- Section 2.3. Agencification in Continental Countries -- 15. Austria / Gerhard Hammerschmid, Arndt Krischok and Karin Steigenberger -- 16. Germany / Tobias Bach -- 17. Netherlands / Kutsal Yesilkagit and Sandra Van Thiel -- 18. Switzerland / Reto Steiner and Etienne Huber -- 19. Comparing Agencification in Continental Countries / Tobias Bach and Etienne Huber -- Section 2.4. Agencification in Nordic Countries -- 20. Denmark / Morten Balle Hansen and Vibeke Normann Andersen -- 21. Finland / Ari Salminen, Olli-Pekka Viinamaki and Johanna Sokisuu 22. Norway / Per Loegreid, Paul G. Roness and Kristin Rubecksen -- 23. Sweden / Birgitta Niklasson -- 24. Comparing Agencification in Nordic Countries / Morten Balle Hansen, Per Loegreid, Jon Pierre and Ari Salminen -- Section 2.5. Agencification in CEE Countries -- 25. Croatia / Ivan Kopric and Anamarija Musa -- 26. Estonia / Kulli Sarapuu -- 27. Hungary / Gyorgy Hajnal -- 28. Lithuania / Vitalis Nakrosis and Martinaitis Zilvinas -- 29. Romania / Calin E. Hintea, Adrian V. Hudrea and Dan O. Balica -- 30. Slovakia / Juraj Nemec -- 31. Comparing Agencification in Central and Eastern Europe / Tiina Randma-Liiv, Vitalis Nakrosis and Gyorgy Hajnal -- Section 2.6. Agencification in Eastern and African Countries -- 32. Hong Kong / Martin Painter -- 33. Israel / David Levi-Faur and Shimon Livshitz -- 34. Tanzania / Andrew Sulle -- 35. Pakistan / Muhammad Zafar Iqbal Jadoon, Nasira Jabeen and Aisha Rizwan -- 36. Thailand / Bidhya Bowornwathana -- 37. Comparing Agencification in Eastern and African Countries / Martin Painter -- Section 2.7. Agencification at Supranational Level -- 38. European Union (EU) Agencies / Edoardo Ongaro, Dario Barbieri, Nicola Belle and Paolo Fedele -- Part III. Current Challenges in Agnecifrication in Europe and Beyond-- 39. Lessons and Recommendations for the Practice of Agencification / Sandra van Thiel, Koen Verhoest, Geert Bouckaert and Per Loegreid.
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Part I. Agencification as a Global Phenomenon -- 1. Introduction / Koen Verhoest, Sandra Van Thiel, Geert Bouckaert and Per Loegreid -- 2. Comparing Agencies across Countries / Sandra Van Thiel -- Part II. Agencification in Different Politico-Administrative Traditions -- Section 2.1 Agencification in Anglo-American countries -- 3. Australia / Chris Aulich and Roger Wettenhall -- 4. Ireland / Muiris MacCarthaigh and Richard Boyle -- 5. New Zealand / Robert Gregory -- 6. United Kingdom / Oliver James, Alice Moseley, Nicolai Petrovsky and George Boyne -- The United States of America / B. Guy Peters -- 8. Comparing Agencification in Anglo-American Countries / John Halligan and Oliver James -- Section 2.2. Agencification in Latin Countries -- 9. Belgium / Koen Verhoest, Sara Demuzere and Jan Rommel -- 10. France / Francois Lafarge -- 11. Italy / Edoardo Ongaro, Davide Galli, Dario Barbieri and Paolo Fedele -- 12. Spain / Salvador Parrado -- 13. Portugal / Silvia M. Mendes, Patrracia Gomes and Joaquin Filipe Araujo -- 14. Comparing Agencification in Latin Countries / Edoardo Ongaro, Salvador Parrado and Koen Verhoest -- Section 2.3. Agencification in Continental Countries -- 15. Austria / Gerhard Hammerschmid, Arndt Krischok and Karin Steigenberger -- 16. Germany / Tobias Bach -- 17. Netherlands / Kutsal Yesilkagit and Sandra Van Thiel -- 18. Switzerland / Reto Steiner and Etienne Huber -- 19. Comparing Agencification in Continental Countries / Tobias Bach and Etienne Huber -- Section 2.4. Agencification in Nordic Countries -- 20. Denmark / Morten Balle Hansen and Vibeke Normann Andersen -- 21. Finland / Ari Salminen, Olli-Pekka Viinamaki and Johanna Sokisuu 22. Norway / Per Loegreid, Paul G. Roness and Kristin Rubecksen -- 23. Sweden / Birgitta Niklasson -- 24. Comparing Agencification in Nordic Countries / Morten Balle Hansen, Per Loegreid, Jon Pierre and Ari Salminen -- Section 2.5. Agencification in CEE Countries -- 25. Croatia / Ivan Kopric and Anamarija Musa -- 26. Estonia / Kulli Sarapuu -- 27. Hungary / Gyorgy Hajnal -- 28. Lithuania / Vitalis Nakrosis and Martinaitis Zilvinas -- 29. Romania / Calin E. Hintea, Adrian V. Hudrea and Dan O. Balica -- 30. Slovakia / Juraj Nemec -- 31. Comparing Agencification in Central and Eastern Europe / Tiina Randma-Liiv, Vitalis Nakrosis and Gyorgy Hajnal -- Section 2.6. Agencification in Eastern and African Countries -- 32. Hong Kong / Martin Painter -- 33. Israel / David Levi-Faur and Shimon Livshitz -- 34. Tanzania / Andrew Sulle -- 35. Pakistan / Muhammad Zafar Iqbal Jadoon, Nasira Jabeen and Aisha Rizwan -- 36. Thailand / Bidhya Bowornwathana -- 37. Comparing Agencification in Eastern and African Countries / Martin Painter -- Section 2.7. Agencification at Supranational Level -- 38. European Union (EU) Agencies / Edoardo Ongaro, Dario Barbieri, Nicola Belle and Paolo Fedele -- Part III. Current Challenges in Agnecifrication in Europe and Beyond-- 39. Lessons and Recommendations for the Practice of Agencification / Sandra van Thiel, Koen Verhoest, Geert Bouckaert and Per Loegreid.

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