By Itzhak Galnoor
As executive administration in Israel is progressively changed by way of deepest zone administration, it's changing into obvious that the collective-oriented venture of presidency can't be fulfilled by way of the personal region or through the non-profit companies of civil society. This booklet offers an research of the equipment of presidency in Israel, highlighting the inadequacy of the personal area as a substitute and the way public administration might want to take care of the recent demanding situations and pressures of the twenty first century.
Providing hitherto unpublished information and research in English for the 1st time, this publication offers a finished research of the difficulty of public and private-sector administration. the writer examines the projects of the civil carrier; the felony beginning of the general public administration equipment; and the profile of civil servants, and appears on the unwieldy funds procedure; the superiority (and absence) of law; and exterior and inner mechanisms of oversight. This research is balanced through a close exposition of Israel's political-administrative tradition with its over the top centralization, secrecy, turf security, and legacy of improvisation, and their impact on policymaking and administration.
This entire and special exam of public administration in Israel should be of serious curiosity either to scholars and students of commercial and administration, executive and politics, and to policymakers within the region.
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Public Management in Israel: Development, Structure, Functions and Reforms (Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern Politics) by Itzhak Galnoor