7 edition of Tournament approaches to policy reform found in the catalog.
Tournament approaches to policy reform
Clifford F. Zinnes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Clifford F. Zinnes.|
|LC Classifications||HC60 .Z535 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009009161|
Regulations and protocols are typical results of the process of implementing laws at the state and local levels. However, a nonstatutory “policy” reform can also be national in scope. Examples are the recommendations for policy reform issued in the early to mids by the U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and by: 1. The article presents an overview of the theoretical approaches to understanding the political dimensions of public health policy making, before setting out a number of common features of health sector politics. This discussion provides the backdrop to a discussion of approaches to managing the politics of sector reform.
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Answering the demand for foreign aid alternatives, Clifford Zinnes assesses a new class of tournament approaches that promise to improve on the lackluster performance of conventional methods.
Beneficiary groups often local-level governments, supported by their private sector and civil society act as teams and compete against each other under explicit predefined rules and objectives to design and implement interventions under their own aegis to achieve the highest quantitatively measured performance, either relative to others ("tournaments") or against a preset benchmark ("certification").Cited by: 6.
The novelty of a tournament for government transfers, reforms, or as an aid delivery vehicle means that the number of PIJC applications is limited.
Therefore, in sectionwe proposed a two-tiered approach that would enable past experience to be used to its fullest for assessing PIJC. Tournament Approaches to Policy Reform: Making Development Assistance More Effective. [Clifford F Zinnes] -- Why is foreign aid so often ineffective.
Donors have slowly come to realize that the failure of foreign assistance is not rooted in insufficient funding, but is instead institutional in nature. Tournament approaches to policy reform: making development assistance more effective. [Clifford F Zinnes] -- "Assesses a new 'tournament' approach promising improvement on the performance of conventional foreign aid methods, where beneficiary groups compete to achieve the best implementation of.
While much foreign aid achieves commendable goals, some is ineffective. In this volume, Clifford Zinnes argues that a donor's intrinsic informational limitations on the local context as well as inability to control the progress of interventions me. Tournament Approaches to Policy Reform Making Development Assistance More Effective by Clifford F.
Zinnes. Tournament Approaches to Policy Reform Clifford F. Zinnes Published by Brookings Institution Press Zinnes, Clifford F. Tournament Approaches to Policy Reform. Tournament Approaches to Policy Reform: Making Development Assistance More Effective by Clifford F.
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He has written numerous booksFile Size: KB. The key argument of the paper is that a ‘linear model’ of policy-making, characterised by objective analysis of options and separation of policy from implementation, is inadequate.
Instead, policy and policy implementation are best understood as a ‘chaos of purposes and accidents’. A combination of. The Tournament by Matthew Reilly is a departure from his normal thrill filled and action packed adventures.
Instead Reilly has taken a step back and written a historical mystery that will surprise and delight his fans as well as stake his claim as more than a shoot them up writer/5. Brief 1: Overview of Policy Evaluation “Policy evaluation uses a range of research methods to. systematically investigate the effectiveness of policy interventions, implementation and processes, and to determine their merit, worth, or value in terms of improving File Size: KB.
Strengthened Approach to Public Financial Management Reform (Developed by the Public Expenditure Working Group)Public financial management (PFM) is an essential part of the development process. Sound PFM supports aggregate control, prioritization, accountability and efficiency in the management of public resources and delivery of services, which are critical to the achievement of public policy.
Changes in economic factors such as market prices, new products (e.g. corn or oil palm used for biofuels) from natural resources or changes in inflation or exchange rates alter the value of land and related resources, and in the process also change the level of interest in the process of policy Size: KB.
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care has been a major source of debate for policy makers and academics. The extract from Finch and Groves (16) is an early example of UK scholar-ship on this topic, written at the time when the increasing demand for care for vulnerable adults was leading to a review of policy to promote a community based approach to the delivery of Size: KB.
Trauma Informed Care and Practice (TICP) is an approach which recognises and acknowledges trauma and its prevalence, alongside awareness and sensitivity to its dynamics, in all aspects of service delivery.
TICP is grounded in and directed by a thorough understanding of the neurological, biological. activities administration theory administrative reform administrative systems alternative American public administration areas behavior Big Government Bimonthly budget bureau bureaucratic career civil service contract culture decisions delivery Dwight Waldo economic employees employment ethics executive expected expenditures federal Reviews: 1.
This paper first reviews the implementation literature of the past fifteen years, with particular emphasis on the relative strengths and weaknesses of the ‘top-down’ and ‘bottom-up’ approaches.
It also argues that the 4–6 year time-frame used in most implementation research misses many critical features of public by: This chapter will characterize the “traditional” and the “new public management” approaches to public administration and then compare them on three fundamental questions that every theory of public administration must answer: 1) what shall be done, i.e.
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