3 edition of Managing horizontal government : the politics of coordination = found in the catalog.
Managing horizontal government : the politics of coordination =
B. Guy Peters
by Canadian Centre for Management Development = Centre canadien de gestion in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||B. Guy Peters.|
|Series||Research paper (Canadian Centre for Management Development) = Rapport de recherche (Centre canadien de gestion) -- no.21|
|Contributions||Canadian Centre for Management Development., Centre canadien de gestion.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 69, 75, iii p.|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Managing Horizontal Government: The Politics of Co‐Ordination. Guy Peters. Department of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh, USA. Public Management Reform and Coordination, The Coordination of European Public Hospital Systems, / Cited by: Pursuing Horizontal Management: The Politics of Public Sector Coordination (Studies in Government and Public Policy) Paperback – Ma by B.
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MANAGING HORIZONTAL GOVERNMENT THE POLITICS OF COORDINATION B. Guy Peters Canadian Centre for Management Development January For more information or copies, please contact the Research Group of the Managing Horizontal Government: The Politics of Coordination.
The most important place for horizontal policy coordination and management of horizontal issues is generally assumed to be located at the Centre of Government (CoG), that is, the chief executive. "Guy Peters gives us a comprehensive inside view of the Holy Grail of Coordination.
In this book we benefit from his vast international experience, his capacity to go to the essence of horizontal management, and this critical view of coordination as part of a problem but also as part of a solution."--Reviews: 1.
First, a comparative static analysis based on empirical observations of three countries shows that the new public management-based specialization and fragmentation of the governmental apparatus during the s and early s was followed and complemented by the introduction of new or revised coordination instruments.
Managing Horizontal Government Governments need to find mechanisms to manage more effectively in the horizontal as well as the vertical direction.
Reforms such as those associated with the New Public Management have improved vertical management, but if anything have weakened the horizontal management capacity of governments (see below).
Peters, B.G. () Managing Horizontal Government: The Politics of Co-ordination, Ottawa, ON: Canadian Centre for Management Development. Google Scholar Peters, B.C.
() ‘The Problem of Policy Problems’, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 7(4), – This timely book focuses on three prominent characteristics of new governance arrangements: the broad participation of non-state actors, the attempt to improve vertical and horizontal coordination, and the effort to integrate different types of expertise in an effective and democratically accountable way.
sub-national governments in dealing with central government. Key words: Intergovernmental relations, centralisation and decentralisation, federalism, unitary sys-tems, vertical and horizontal relations, path dependency Intergovernmental relations (IGR) are an in-tegral and pervasive part of modern political systems, of growing importance as.
Editorial Reviews "Guy Peters gives us a comprehensive inside view of the Holy Grail of Coordination. In this book we benefit from his vast international experience, his capacity to go to the essence of horizontal management, and this critical view of coordination as part of a.
Managing horizontal government: the politics of coordination = La gestion d'un gouvernement horizontal: l'aspect politique de la coordination. by B Guy Peters; Canadian Centre for Management.
Pursuing Horizontal Management The Politics of Public Sector Coordination “Guy Peters gives us a comprehensive inside view of the Holy Grail of Coordination. In this book we benefit from his vast international experience, his capacity to go to the essence of horizontal management, and this critical view of coordination as part of a.
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Sharp analyses of topical news from a political science perspective, research summaries and the latest expert thinking in a blog format. Coordination will be strong within the portfolio of each ministerial area but the challenge is that horizontal coordination across policy areas are poor producing coordination ‘underlap’.
It involved ambiguities, conflicting values and agendas, and negotiations between the government and supporting political parties as well as.
Vertical versus horizontal policy-making is a product of the nature of the organization involved in the process. Horizontal policy-making exists when departments or individuals within an.
External coordination deals with coordinating the activities of various organizational units, it is also known as structural coordination Horizontal and Perpendicular Horizontal coordination deals with the coordination between one section and another, one branch and another, one division and another or one department and another.
Coordination is a common problem in everyday life. A plane has to wait for catering, or baggage handlers, before it can leave. The street in front of our house is dug up this week by the city water department, repaved, and then dug up again next week by the power company.¹ Two national organizations in the same field schedule their annual meetings at the same time.
The problem is slightly more complex if we assume that increasing returns to scale in the provision of coordination benefits are succeeded by decreasing returns, so that b ″ (m).Both vertical and horizontal forms of coordination are needed among different levels of government and among different sectors.
Our discussion focuses on horizontal coordination among federal departments. Peters B.G. Managing Horizontal Government: The Politics of Co-ordination.
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