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Author Barragán, Esteban Moctezuma

Title A New Public Management in Mexico : Towards a Government That Produces Results
Edition 1st ed
Published Milton : Routledge, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (275 pages)
Series Routledge Revivals Ser
Routledge Revivals Ser
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1. Administrative Modernization -- Origin, objectives and characteristics of administrative modernization -- Theoretical underpinnings of administrative modernization -- Conclusions of the chapter -- 2. The Career Civil Service: A Comprehensive System of Professionalization, Evaluation and Performance of Public Servants -- Origins and definition of the career civil service -- 3. The Latin American Experience -- Introduction -- Typical patterns of human resources management in Latin America -- The case of Chile -- The case of Argentina -- The case of Colombia -- The case of Bolivia -- Other cases in Latin America -- Final recommendations of the chapter -- Experiences in Latin America that Mexico should implement -- 4. The Experience of OECD Member Countries -- Introduction -- Experiences of administration and reform of human resources systems -- The civil service system in the United Kingdom -- The civil service system in New Zealand -- The civil service system in France -- Conclusion: the tendency toward the devolution of autonomy in human resources administration -- 5. Experiences of the Civil Service in Mexico -- Introduction -- Current situation -- Inter-secretarial Commission of the Career of Civil Service -- National Institute of Statistics, Geography and Computing -- Department of External Affairs -- National Water Commission -- Teaching Profession -- Conclusions of the chapter -- 6. Final Considerations -- Appendix A -- OECD recommendations on the content of civil service legislation -- Objectives -- Scope of Legislation -- Cross-Government Management -- Secondary Legislation -- Cost Factors -- Entry to the Civil Service System
Conditions of Service -- Duties of Civil Servants -- Discipline of Civil Servants -- Rights of Civil Servants -- Personnel Participation -- Training -- Transitional and Saving Provisions -- Structure of the Act -- Appendix B -- "Next Steps": separation of policy and operation -- "Citizens' Charter": program of performance measurement -- Appendix C -- Comparative analysis of critical points of the career civil service of OECD countries: United Kingdom, New Zealand and France -- Degree of autonomy in human resources management -- Entry and separation -- Incentives and remuneration systems -- Evaluation of governments -- Appendix D -- Comparative analysis of critical points in the career civil service in Latin American countries -- Level of autonomy in managing human resources -- Incentives and systems of remuneration -- Appendix E -- Inter-institutional comparison and evaluation of departments with career civil service in Mexico -- Bibliography -- About the Authors
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Subject Civil service--Mexico.
Form Electronic book
Author Roemer, Andrés
ISBN 1351808583
9781351808583