The Civil Service System and Economic Development: The Japanese Experience : Report on an International Colloquium Held in Tokyo, March 22-25, 1994
Presents the proceedings of a colloquium that examined the Japanese civil service system, compared it with that of other countries, and drew lessons from Japan's experience. The book also evaluates examples of successful practices and lessons learned from civil service reform efforts in other countries. It looks at common denominators, analyzes differences, and proposes ideas for future reforms.
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