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Governance reform for economic development

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Frame of Image Economics, Government Reform Experience in international consulting in Government Reform: Myanmar (2016), Bulgaria (2015), Indonesia (08~11), Turkey (2006) Development Strategy: Guatemala (2010), Namibia (2009)
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•Becoming the Core-Knowledge Hub
I.
Directions of Government Reform Strategies of Government Reform
II.
Best: Good intervention by the government Worst: Wrong intervention by government
Wrong intervention brings the worst result
Second best: No intervention (follow the market principle) e.g. wrong choices in many developing countries
>>> What are the conditions for good intervention ?
 Reasonably Clean (intention) and Competent (ability) gover nment is a prerequisite for active intervention. Even if the intervention is justified,
- Without those two, gov inter vention produces the worst case scenario.
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Gover nment should know when to stop intervention
•Becoming the Core-Knowledge Hub
Government Reform is inevitable for economic development
Goal of Gov Reform
Gov that can make a right decision
Clean Gov
Separation of political and economic power
Competent Gov
T A S K S
Consensus building Capacity
Support from the Think-Tank
Incentive for Civil Servants
(if not benevolent Dictatorship)
Opened corruption opportunity
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Recruitment Process for Civil Servants
•Becoming the Core-Knowledge Hub
(1) Competent Government: The Role of the competent Bureaucrats
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Recruiting System - Since 1963, the entrance exam for civil servants became an appoint


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Title Governance reform for economic development
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Park, Jin

Publisher

[Sejong, South Korea] : KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2016
Event [Workshop] 2016 Capacity Building Program for SICA Member Countries
Pages 24
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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