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Administrative reform in the Korean central government : A case study of the Dae Jung Kim’s administration

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Title Administrative reform in the Korean central government
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A case study of the Dae Jung Kim’s administration

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Kim, Pan Suk

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[Quezon City]:University of the Philippines

Date 2000
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Asian Review of Public Administration:vol. 7(no. 2)
Pages 15
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Macroeconomics
Government and Law < Public Administration
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Abstract

Administrative pressure and reform has become an issue for government around the world. Citizens demand smarter and more knowledge-based governments with services that are efficient and effective. While the chords of administrative reform may vary, the underlying theme is quite similar. The need for significant change arises in government because citizens increasingly insist upon similar performance standards in both government and business. The driving force for change arose from globalization, fiscal stress, and citizen’s growing expectations. Faced with huge challenges, governments everywhere have launched major innovations (Kin and Wolff, 1994; Kettl, 1998). Some countries have chosen fundamental changes in structure. Other countries have reacted with profound changes in service delivery and the administrative process. South Korea is not an exception in the new movement for change in the administration of public affairs (Kim, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999). (The rest omitted)