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Démocratisation et efficience sont-elleils antinomiques au niveau local ? Le cas des réformes managériales des administrations publiques locales en Wallonie
Fallon, Catherine
2019In Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation
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Keywords :
NPM; Public administration; local administration
Abstract :
[en] The generalization of the use of New Public Management (NPM) instruments, in the name of the effectiveness and efficiency of public action, makes it necessary to reformulate the question of the link between democracy and administration. At the local level, it is possible to freshly analyze the triangle between policy - administration - citizens, as it evolves following the appropriation of new strategic management instruments and participatory mechanisms. The study of the emergence of these devices in Wallonia, highlights new modes of exercise of power and public action and raises the question of their inclusion in a logic of democratic reinforcement.
Research center :
SPIRAL
Disciplines :
Political science, public administration & international relations
Author, co-author :
Fallon, Catherine ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de science politique > Département de science politique
Language :
French
Title :
Démocratisation et efficience sont-elleils antinomiques au niveau local ? Le cas des réformes managériales des administrations publiques locales en Wallonie
Alternative titles :
[en] Are democratization and efficiency at the local level antithetical? The case of managerial reforms of local public administrations in Wallonia
Publication date :
2019
Journal title :
Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation
Publisher :
Société canadienne d'évaluation, Ottawa, Canada
Peer reviewed :
Peer reviewed
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