Civil Service Management and Administrative Systems in South Asia

 
 
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 14. Dezember 2018
 
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  • Softcover
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  • 348 Seiten
978-3-030-07957-4 (ISBN)
 
This book examines public administration in South Asia in the context of rapid changes and modernization of administrative traditions, thoughts, and practices. The existing literature has, however, not given adequate attention to these developments, at least in a single volume. The book describes both the shared administrative traditions of Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, and how far they have adapted their administrative systems to respond to contemporary administrative and governance challenges. The book studies how national civil service reforms have been carried out in each member state of South Asia and how the national civil service acts and different regulations are being implemented, as well as what are the critical factors associated with the implementation of national civil service acts and reform measures in the region.
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2019
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  • Schweiz
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  • 3 Illustrations, black and white; XVIII, 328 p. 3 illus.
  • Höhe: 210 mm
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  • Breite: 148 mm
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  • Dicke: 18 mm
  • 451 gr
978-3-030-07957-4 (9783030079574)
10.1007/978-3-319-90191-6
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Ishtiaq Jamil is Professor in the Department of Administration and Organization Theory at the University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

Tek Nath Dhakal is Professor and Head of the Department of Public Administration, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.

Narendra Raj Paudel is Lecturer in the Department of Public Administration, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.


Chapter One: Introduction: Understanding Civil Service in South AsiaIshtiaq Jamil, Tek Nath Dhakal and Narendra Raj Paudel
Chapter TwoThe Civil Service System in BhutanDhurba Rizal
Chapter ThreeThe Civil Service System of Bangladesh Sk.Tawfique M. Haque and M. Mahfuzul Haque
Chapter FourCivil Service Management in IndiaNamrata Singh
Chapter FiveCivil Service Management in NepalShree Krishna Shrestha and Narendra Raj Paudel
Chapter SixThe Promise of Representative Bureaucracy and Citizen's Trust in the Civil Service in Nepal Ishtiaq Jamil
Chapter SevenCivil Service Reforms in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan: Progress So Far, Implementation Barriers and ChallengesImtiaz Badshah and Konstantin Timoshenko
Chapter EightThe New Statutory Civil Service in the Maldives: Towards a Decentralized Human Resource Management Model?Mohamed Faizal and Rob Laking
Chapter NinePublic Administration in Sri Lanka: An Analysis of Evolution, Trends and Challenges in Personnel ManagementRenuka Priyantha, Ranjith Dickwella and Ravindra Gunasekara
Chapter TenThe Administrative System in Bangladesh: Reform Initiatives with Failed OutcomesPranab Kumar Panday
Chapter ElevenReforms in the Administrative System of NepalBharat Gautam
Chapter TwelveThe Local Administrative System in IndiaJitendra G. Wasnik
Chapter ThirteenPublic Administration in Sri Lanka: An Inquiry into Structure, Reforms, and Management K. Liyanage, R. Ramesh and N. Sivakumar
Chapter FourteenThe Development of Public Administration in the People's Republic of China: An Analysis of Administrative ReformS.Baskaran and Mr. M.M. Ihjas
This book examines public administration in South Asia in the context of rapid changes and modernization of administrative traditions, thoughts, and practices. The existing literature has, however, not given adequate attention to these developments, at least in a single volume. The book describes both the shared administrative traditions of Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, and how far they have adapted their administrative systems to respond to contemporary administrative and governance challenges. The book studies how national civil service reforms have been carried out in each member state of South Asia and how the national civil service acts and different regulations are being implemented, as well as what are the critical factors associated with the implementation of national civil service acts and reform measures in the region.

Ishtiaq Jamil is Associate Professor in the Department of Administration and Organization Theory at the University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

Tek Nath Dhakal is Professor and Head of the Department of Public Administration, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.

Narendra Raj Paudel is Lecturer in the Department of Public Administration, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.

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