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Government Performance Management in China : Theory and Practice

Author: Bin Wu
Publisher: Singapore : Foreign Language Teaching and Research Publishing : Springer, [2020]
Series: China academic library.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book explains the basic concepts of the performance management, including the achievement of government goals, management capacity, administrative efficiency and policy effects. Taking Hangzhou, one of the largest cities in China, as an example, the book offers readers a new dimension through which the government can be understood and reformed-performance. Performance management has become an important  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Wu, Bin.
Government Performance Management in China : Theory and Practice.
Singapore : Springer, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bin Wu
ISBN: 9789811382253 9811382255
OCLC Number: 1111513587
Description: 1 online resource (380 pages)
Contents: Introduction to Government Performance Management --
Evolution of Hangzhou government performance management system --
Value System of Government Performance Management --
Government performance management system --
Performance planning --
Performance monitoring --
Performance Evaluation --
Performance Feedback --
Performance Improvement --
Institutional performance and practical significance --
The difficulties, strategies and divisions in government performance management --
Appendix Hangzhou performance management regulation.
Series Title: China academic library.
Responsibility: Bin Wu.

Abstract:

This book explains the basic concepts of the performance management, including the achievement of government goals, management capacity, administrative efficiency and policy effects. Taking Hangzhou, one of the largest cities in China, as an example, the book offers readers a new dimension through which the government can be understood and reformed-performance. Performance management has become an important component of public administration in China, and its use is beneficial in evaluating performance and social benefit. It also incentivizes civil servants to become more motivated and innovative, prevents the development of a bureaucratic atmosphere and facilitates communication between the public sector and the people. The book first introduces the concept of the performance management, providing a detailed description of its history, basic theories and its development. It then discusses the evolution of the system (from objective-based responsibility system evaluation to "vote for excellence"), its three basic areas (performance management on the national, local and municipal levels) and its key components: openness, democracy, accountability and performance. This book allows readers to gain a deeper understanding of the importance of government performance management in China and its contribution to the modernization of state governance and political legitimacy.

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