Civil Service Systems in Comparative PerspectiveBook - 1996
ÒA pioneering book. There are new concepts and formulations, excellent and useful bibliographies, and the chapter authors clearly are in touch with the most current thinking. . . . Must reading for anyone interested in comparative government in general.Ó ÑFrank P. Sherwood, Jerry CollinsEminent Scholar, Reubin OÕD. Askew School of Public Administration andPolicy, Florida State UniversityDescribing and analyzing civil service systems throughout the world, this study begins with a general orientation to issues of theory and methodology. It then examines the history and structure of civil service systems, explores contextual characteristics of these systems, looks at them from holistic perspectives, examines change and transformation in civil service systems, and proposes an agenda for future research.
Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1996.
Branch Call Number: 350.6 C582
Characteristics: ix, 346 p. ; 24 cm.