This series of posts is by way of an experiment in consolidating material within a blog format.
The period since the end of the Second Wold War has seen a series of fundamental global changes to the practice of public administration. Those changes have been affected by and in turn have affected the development and implementation of public policy.
Over the last twelve months I have discussed aspects of these changes in a number of posts on several blogs. Given this, we thought that it might be interesting if I attempted to draw this material together in a more integrated way, thus making it more readily accessible. We will also post the material to the Ndarala Group web site a little later to test the process in another format.
As material is posted, we will add full post details of all posts at the end of each post, along with citation details. This creates a problem in regard to feeds, but we hope that readers will bear with this.
Copyright and Citation Details
The material is this series is copyright Jim Belshaw. However, it may be copied or quoted with due acknowledgment.
The following should be used for citation purposes if referring to the overall series: Jim Belshaw, Changes in Public Administration and their Impact on the Development of Public Policy, Ndarala Group, 2007.