1 edition of The politics of service delivery found in the catalog.
The politics of service delivery
Anne Mc Lennan
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-311) and index.
|Statement||edited by Anne Mc Lennan and Barry Munslow|
|Series||The Wits P&DM governance series, Wits P&DM governance series|
|LC Classifications||HD4722.A5 P65 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 321 p. :|
|Number of Pages||321|
|LC Control Number||2009404644|
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The Politics of Service Delivery examines the obstacles to effective service delivery and, in a series of case studies, reflects on lessons for delivery in developing countries. The book shows that decentralisation and participation can sometimes impede provision if lower levels of government lack capacity and resources.
The WDR report certainly puts politics centre stage. Ten years on, the picture remains the same: where there’s any form of accountability relationship, there is some form of politics.
A key insight of the WDR report was the trio of accountability relationships for service delivery and demand for improvement involving citizens, service providers and the.
The Politics of Service Delivery examines the obstacles to effective service delivery and, in a series of case studies, reflects on lessons for delivery in developing countries.
Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. The Policy Dialogue on Democracy and Service Delivery took place in Pretoria, South Africa, on 23–24 November The event was timely, as it unfolded in a context of a growing and common concern, among all of the collaborating partners, with service delivery challenges in the region and their potential impact on governance and democracy.
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an overview of service delivery as task of local governments and to make a contribution to improving the delivery of service by local govern-ments. Consideration is given to the importance of service delivery and the various different types of service delivery by local governments.
It also looks at networks of citizens and government. Extensive. Politics of public goods and service delivery. Our work on the politics of public goods and service delivery generates evidence and practical guidance on how political and governance constraints and opportunities affect public goods and service provision in different sectors.
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Better Access for the Poor Ingrid Widlund Starting points Clean drinking water, primary education, preventive and curative health faci-lities are all fundamental for human development and well-being.
Yet, as the World Development Report demonstrated, the provision of such vital. The governance and service delivery agenda was the subject of the World Development Report Making Services Work for Poor People (World Bank, ), which defined a framework for analysing the accountability relationships between a triangle of policy-makers, providers and citizens (see Chart ).File Size: KB.
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Introduction. Recent analysis of the politics of public services has been pursued in two main directions. On the one hand, political interests, incentives, and institutions may affect the performance of public services (Bakker et al.,Keefer and Khemani,Mcloughlin, a, Pritchett and Woolcock, ).On the other, the processes and outcomes of service Cited by: Online shopping is fast and easy with !Use the search bar to look for the books you want, or click here to start items in your shopping cart and proceed to checkout through our simple order form.
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The challenges of delivering services to communities at the local government level in South Africa are are a number of factors and reasons provided by scholars and politicians to explain the phenomenon.
This article makes the argument that the multiple tiers of local government could also be a contributory factor. Having three categories Cited by: 2.
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Over and above this, the intention is to focus on levels of knowledge that are to be found at grassroots by: 5. One body of research emerging from Johnson’s analysis of Japan has focused on the politics of bureaucratic development to explain how effective and capacious developmental states emerge • Bureaucracy and Service Delivery Annu.
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The politics of a USPS default. If the most famous aphorism in Washington — that all politics is. Service delivery. The Constitution mandates government to progressively deliver services as guided by state policies and within the limits of available resources. Levels of service delivery discontent relate to patterns of inequality and poverty in our society.
Service delivery standards are the minimum level of expected services in terms of quality, process, time and cost that the LGS commits to deliver to its clients or those that the clients should. The case studies are guided by a common analytical framework that is process-oriented and sensitive to the role of politics.
The concluding comparative analysis develops a novel explanation for why some public organizations in the developing world beat the odds and turn into pockets of public sector performance and service delivery while most.
South African public service, with the aim of making the public service more efficient, effective and economical. One of the most important policy documents is the White Paper on Transforming Public Service Delivery, or the Batho Pele White Paperof (Notice No.
of ). ‘Batho Pele’ is Sesotho for ‘People First’ and this title was. Bureaucracy and Service Delivery Thomas B. Pepinskyy Jan H. Pierskallaz Audrey Sacksx FIRST DRAFT: June 9, THIS DRAFT: J Abstract This essay reviews the literature on the politics of bureaucracy in the developing world, with a focus on service delivery and bureaucratic performance.
We survey classic. It is the implementation of laws and the actual provision of services and products that constitutes governance. The programmes of government should thus contribute towards an enhanced quality of life for all. This implies that the outcomes of public administration are aimed at service delivery and the improvement of the general welfare of Cited by: The World Development Report (WDR), Making Services Work for Poor People, is recognised as ground-break¬ing in its appraisal of accountability relationships and performance for service delivery.
Ten years on, what have we learnt about the science and politics of service delivery – and what are the emerging issues that will shape future. The politics of service delivery in Pakistan: political parties and the incentives for patronage (English) Abstract.
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Services must be provided impartially, fairly, equitably and without bias. People’s needs must be responded to, and the public must be encouraged to participate in policy-making. Social Media Applications as Effective Service Delivery Tools for Librarians: /ch In a bid to satisfy the growing needs of library users, the social media hype has gradually crept into the library profession with a wide variety of socialAuthor: Ihuoma Sandra Babatope.
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Edit this book: Book Creator Wikitext.Improving service delivery in public sector organizations, in many ways, is a Catch With the sector changing so rapidly, it’s difficult to design and implement a service delivery process before pieces of the puzzle start to shift.
Additionally, focusing efforts on improving service delivery sometimes seems like it requires shifting.