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n Journal of Public Administration - Editorial

Volume 39, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 0036-0767
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Abstract

The administrative systems of a state are never in equilibrium. Changes occur continuously due to e.g. new policies adopted by government; new demands by society for more or for less government involvement in matters affecting them; changes in the international arena requiring more intense government attention; changes in the economic situation; or even changes in the climatic conditions. Such changes demand a reconsideration of the administrative systems required to provide public services in accordance with the public needs or the perceived public needs.

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