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Civil Service Reform and Decentralization
Civil Service Reform and Decentralization - Trends
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The decentralization and deregulation of human resource management in the public sector has not gone unnoticed by scholars over the last few years. Indeed, recent several essays have focused on civil service reforms that are taking place across the states. Their subjects have included the decentralization of personnel systems (Coggburn 2005), at-will employment and the erosion of traditional merit protections (Hays and Sowa 2006), pay for performance (Kellough and Nigro 2002), specific state experiences with "radical" reform (Gossett 2002), in addition to tomes taking a more comprehensive view of the civil service reform ...
Morocco is one of the most liberal states in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. As such, it has been a main target of Western democracy promotion in recent years. The European Union (EU) is the largest provider of such assistance; other players include the US, individual EU countries such as Spain and Germany (through its political foundations, the Stiftungen) and, to a lesser extent, Canada, UN agencies, and Western NGOs. Morocco is a monarchy where the king and the elite surrounding him – the so-called makhzen – enjoy vast power. The king effectively controls the executive, ... Read More
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