About this book
This book is an attempt to understand the challenges of globalization and governance in the public sector. Written from the perspectives of both developed and developing countries, it uses governance and public administration interchangeably to argue that the tasks of implementation require the cooperation of both the public and private sectors, especially in a rapidly globalizing landscape. It then utilizes statistical analyses to investigate the challenges of globalization in managing human resources, ethics and accountability, sustainability, e-governances, and leadership in the public sector.
public administration e-governance globalization of demands Information Communication Technology Transnational Corporations Labor exploitation Environmental Degradation Global Value Chain Network Governance Risk Management Performance Management Human Resources Management Cultural competence Leadership Theories Transformational Leadership Crisis Leadership ethics and accountability Environmental Policy Institutional Capacity Environmental Impact Analysis