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우리나라 정부성과평가제도에 대한 메타평가 연구(Meta evaluation of performance evaluation system of the Korean government)

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  • 한국조세재정연구원


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Title 우리나라 정부성과평가제도에 대한 메타평가 연구(Meta evaluation of performance evaluation system of the Korean government)
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오영민; 이광희; 오윤섭; 이삼열

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[세종] : 한국조세재정연구원

Date 2017-10
Pages 227
Subject Country United States(Americas)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
France(Europe)
United Kingdom(Europe)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding 한국조세재정연구원
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Abstract

The present study evaluates four components of the Korean government’s performance evaluation system: administration, fiscal projects, social security, and national research & development. These systems were selected to reflect their overall scope and significance. The first two—government administration assessment by the Office for Government Policy Coordination, and fiscal projects assessment by Ministry of Strategy and Finance, were chosen among others because of their representation of the comprehensive evaluation of major policies and projects of all Korean government ministries. Social security and national research & development evaluation were highlighted for their individual project and budget sizes and their involvement in important issues, as well as the debate surrounding the efficacy and feasibility of such appraisal.
This analysis explores each evaluative factor, analyzes government performance assessment systems of major countries, and derives implications for restructuring the Korean government performance evaluation system. This paper isolates and discusses the political systems of the United States, the United Kingdom, and the French Republic as representatives of, respectively, a presidential system, a parliamentary system, and a semi-presidential system. From their examples, meaningful policy suggestions for governmental restructuring of Korea’s performance evaluation system can be derived. The political structures and characteristics of each nation’s government performance evaluation systems are explained, and implications inferred therefrom.
Through meta-evaluation, this paper identifies concerns and proposes solutions to improve the Korean government’s present performance evaluation system. First, international government performance evaluation systems are surveyed, and ensuing implications discussed; then, based on the directions for improvement presented, a specific formula to improve each system is shown. By presenting solutions for systemic shortcomings, this research aims to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the Korean government’s performance evaluation system, thereby enhancing the implementation of government policies.