3 edition of The Public sector in Latin America found in the catalog.
The Public sector in Latin America
1984 by Office for Public Sector Studies, Institute of Latin American Studies, The University of Texas at Austin in Austin .
|Statement||edited by Alfred H. Saulniers.|
|Series||Special publication / Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, Special publication (University of Texas at Austin. Institute of Latin American Studies)|
|Contributions||Saulniers, Alfred H., 1945-, University of Texas at Austin. Institute of Latin American Studies. Office for Public Sector Studies., University of Texas at Austin. Institute of Latin American Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HD4010.5 .P8 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 235 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||83003646|
Latin America higher education has undergone an astonishing transformation in recent years, highlighted by the private sector’s growth from 3 to 34 percent of the region’s total enrollment. In this provocative work Daniel Levy examines the sources, characteristics, and consequences of the development and considers the privatization of higher education within the broader context . Book Description. In this book, China-Latin America relations experts Margaret Myers and Carol Wise examine the political and economic forces that have underpinned Chinese engagement in the region, as well as the ways in which these forces have shaped economic sectors and policy-making in Latin America. The Bolivian public’s taste for privatization soured fast and a new term was developed—applied most often to Goni and his privatization allies—vende patria, country-seller. In , the World Bank set its sights on one more privatization target, Cochabamba’s public water system.
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The Public Sector in Latin America (Special publication / Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin) by Alfred H. Saulniers (Editor). The book is based on two decades of reform experience in the leading countries in the field of budget preparation, evaluation and control, with case studies of six Latin American countries.
Public officials and policymakers working with budgets, as well as students of The Public sector in Latin America book economics, will find this book a valuable tool.
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Public sector in Latin America. Cambridge, Eng.: Centre of Latin American Studies, University of Cambridge,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E V K Fitzgerald. The Public sector in Latin America book Public Sector in Latin America by Alfred H. Saulniers,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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The informal sector denotes the small-scale, unprotected, and loosely regulated activities and self-employment that proliferate in developing countries. This book is about the people who engage in informal activities and the people who study, interpret, intervene in, promote, or attempt to repress or regulate the sector.
The authors bring together and evaluate for the first time. All of Latin America is still far behind the U.S. in terms of the structure of their book markets. Most of our fellow "Americans" south of the border still cannot afford to buy books.
refer to the public sector or nonfinancial public sector (that is, general government, plus the capital expenditures of the public enterprises). For Argentina and Mexico, expenditures also include the current outlays of the public enterprises (e.g., wages), although in the case of the former these outlays are very small.
For Chile, data cover. Fiscal discipline and public sector efficiency became prominent issues in Latin America The Public sector in Latin America book the Caribbean in the late ’s following external debt crises.
From the Back Cover. 'This book is the rare one that combines a historical perspective with a sophisticated theoretical framework, both guiding impressive research. Levy succeeds in identifying three major patterns of relationship between the public and private sectors in higher education in Latin America, while at the same time carefully mapping Cited by: This book presents insights from several countries in Latin America and beyond on how to organize critical sectors, such as education, roads.
We compute Public Sector Performance (PSP) and Public Sector Efficiency (PSE) indicators and Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) efficiency scores for a sample of twenty-three Latin American and Caribbean Countries (LAC) to measure efficiency of public spending for the period Our results show that the PSE is inversely correlated with the size of the.
Citizen Security in Latin America and the Caribbean Challenges and Innovation in Management and Public Policies over the Last 10 Years Prepared for the Innovation in Citizen Services Division by: Laura Chinchilla Doreen Vorndran Institutions for Development Sector Innovation in Citizen Services Division DISCUSSION PAPER Nº IDB-DP November The efficiency, effectiveness, and transparency of public financial management in Latin America is critical for the supervision of public resources, fiscal stability, and sustainable economic development.
In recent years, the countries of Latin America have embraced reforms in public financial management and have made many important advances; however, many challenges.
Employment in the public sector Government at a Glance: Latin America and the Caribbean This second edition of Government at a Glance: Latin America and the Caribbean provides the latest available data on public administrations in the LAC region and compares it. Government at a Glance Latin America and the Caribbean Discover more than indicators that will help analyse the public administrations in Latin America and the Caribbean.
(Available only in Spanish). Public financial management in Latin America: the key to efficiency and transparency / Carlos Pimenta, Mario Pessoa, editors. Includes bibliographic references. (Paperback) (PDF) 1. Finance, Public—Latin America. Transparency in government—Latin America.
Public administration—Latin America. Public Security in the Negotiated State: Policing in Latin America and Beyond. Policing and security governance in areas of limited statehood have become central issues in. Budget and control: reforming the public sector in Latin America.
[A Humberto Petrei; Romeo E Petrei] -- "New methods of public management are transforming the structure of modern governments. These methods, sometimes called managerialism, essentially adapt private sector management principles and.
The Regional Public Goods (RPG) Initiative of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is based on the premise that the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) share numerous development challenges and opportunities that can be addressed more effectively and efficiently through regional collective action and cooperation.
IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN After two years of negative growth, the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region is expected to have a mild economic recovery in While this is advance social inclusion, and strengthen public sector capacity and governance are needed more than ever.
In Junethe OECD launched the LAC Regional. Jeffrey Kratz, General Manager and Regional Head of Latin America, Canada, and the Caribbean at AWS, told Nearshore Americas recently that public sector alliances are a relevant component, combined with rising commercial businesses demand.
Jeffrey Kratz, General Manager and Regional Head of Latin America, Canada, and the Caribbean at AWS. The history of libraries in Latin America dates back to before the conquest of the continent by the Spanish. Although the indigenous peoples of Mexico, Central America, and South America had developed a written language and, in some cases, created libraries and record depositories of their own, library history of the continent tends to focus on post-conquest institutions.
This book follows ten political economic histories since the s, showing how different forms of partnership have developed, flourished or declined over the time. The author's argument is supported by rich empirical material.
It places partnership schemes in a. The judicial sector in Latin America and the Caribbean Share Page. Add to Favorites enhancing the public's access to justice; incorporating gender issues in the reform process; and redefining legal education and training programs for students, lawyers and judges.
The judicial sector in Latin America and the Caribbean: Elements of reform. Latin American government, nonprofit sector in Latin America, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Nicaragua Abstract A growing literature is exploring the dynamics of government–nonprofit relations, but most of this work has focused on developed nations with strong economies and consolidated democracies (Salamon; Young).Cited by: Efficiency and transparency in the public sector: advances in public procurement in Latin America and the Caribbean –/Javier Dávila Pérez, Tomás Campero, Félix Prieto, Mariana López Fernández, Edwin Tachlian-Degras.
Government. In recent years, Latin American countries have adopted reforms in public financial management and have made significant progress. This book is a joint initiative of the IDB and the IMF, in cooperation with the Latin American Treasury Forum (FOTEGAL), to document reforms in the public financial management area and examine concrete experiences.
The statistic shows the distribution of employment in Latin America and the Caribbean by economic sector from to Inapproximately percent of the employees in Latin America.
Get this from a library. Privatization in Latin America: new roles for the public and private sectors. [Werner Baer; Melissa H Birch;] -- "Series of well-written articles on regional privatization efforts.
Separate chapters on Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico. Other topics include: 1) changing roles of the State and business, 2). accountable governments, and the amount of lending and nonlending services it offers for core public sector reform have expanded rapidly in the past 4 years.
This strategy for reforming public institutions and strengthening governance is part of a broader World Bank’s effort to delineate sector and thematic strategies to guide our work. This theoretically inspired study explores legislative politics in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico.
Instead of beginning with an assumption that these legislatures are either rubber-stamps or obstructionist bodies, the chapters provide new data and a fresh analytical approach to describe and explain the role of these representative bodies in these consolidating democracies.4/5(1).
Nef, J'Public administration and public sector reform in latin america', in Peters, BG & Pierre, J (eds), The sage handbook of public administration, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, pp. viewed 29 Aprildoi: /n Nef, Jorge. "Public Administration and Public Sector Reform in Latin America.".
20/06/ - Latin American and Caribbean countries need to do more to improve budget management, tax collection and public sector pay equality if they are to catch up with advanced economies in terms of government performance, according to a joint report by the OECD and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
Reforming Public Institutions and Strengthening Governance v Annexes Annex g for Public Sector Reform in Fiscal Annex ments for Institutional and Governance Analysis and Assessment Annex -Fund Collaboration on Public Sector Work Annex tors of Governance and Institutional Quality File Size: 1MB.
Nef, J'Public administration and public sector reform in latin america', in Handbook of public administration: concise paperback edition, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, pp.
viewed 9 Maydoi: /n Nef, Jorge. "Public Administration and Public Sector Reform in Latin America.". vi Private Financing of Public Infrastructure through PPPs in Latin America and the Caribbean Risk Allocation and Bankability in the LAC Region 24 A Greater Private Sponsor Risk Exposure in LAC Transactions during the Preconstruction Period 24 Project Finance: A Gradual Learning-by-Doing Direct foreign investment in Latin America and the Caribbean grew from US$56 billion in to more than US$ billion in Within the context of the public sector and development assistance, it is worth noting that the delegation of audits of development programs to government external control organizations has increased by more than 40%.
The theme of the conference is entitled pdf Decentralization and Accountability of the Public Sector. Related Regions: Latin America and Caribbean Related Countries: Colombia, Bolivia.
Democracy and the Public Space in Latin America book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is a bold new study of the recent eme /5.Contents PROLOGUE 8 INTRODUCTION 1 WHY LAND 13 Land, power and ebook 14 Land and conflict ebook Land and development 16 Land and organized crime 18 2.
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