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contributor.advisorMeneguzzo, Marco-
contributor.authorDi Domenico, Germana-
date.accessioned2010-08-05T09:26:46Z-
date.available2010-08-05T09:26:46Z-
date.issued2010-08-05T09:26:46Z-
identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2108/1391-
description22. cicloen
description.abstractLa ricerca nasce dal dibattito a livello internazionale sui Sistemi pubblici manageriali orientati alla “performance” ed affronta il tema attraverso un approccio trasversale a livello sia di policy che di amministrazione nel contesto di entità istituzionali di tipo multilaterale, quali, in particolare, il sistema delle Nazioni Unite. Il focus dell’ analisi è la connessione tra performance e governance, investigando, nello specifico, la possible graduale transizione verso un sistema di “performance governance”, caratterizzato da condivisione di “poteri” e interazioni dinamiche tra i vari stakeholders coinvolti nei processi decisionali e di implementazione degli interventi amministrativi e di policy, affine di incrementarne l’efficacia e l’impatto sulla società. Attraverso una raccolta di tre saggi a cura dello stesso autore della ricerca, si studiano, in particolare, le seguenti realtà istituzionali, avvalendosi di una metodologia qualitativa improntata sul case-study: Servizi pubblici per l’impiego in Europa (capitolo 1 sezione II); Agenzie internazionali – UNESCO (capitolo 2 – sezione II); Organizzazioni mondiali – Sistema ONU (capitolo 3 – sezione II).en
description.abstractThe study moves from the international debates about performance-based public management systems and its purpose is to answer critical questions at both policy and administrative level through a cross-cutting issues approach (institutional-political, cultural and administrative) in multi-entity settings, such as, in particular, the United Nations System. Our main objective is indeed to explore the connection between (complex and inter-related aspects of) governance and performance and especially if/how the latter may be improved by “manipulating” the former within complex environments, thus designing a possible evolutionary path towards “performance management” and ideally “performance governance” where “power-sharing” and dynamic interactions between the network members are based on defined rules and shared objectives. Through a collection of three essays by the author herself, we therefore explore, through a qualitative methodological approach based on case-study, the functioning of public sector institutions and their societal impacts through improved policies and programs effectiveness across several levels: Employment Services at European level (chapter 1 section II); International Agencies – UNESCO (chapter 2 - section II); World-wide Organisations - United Nation System (chapter 3 – section II).en
description.tableofcontentsSection 1 Overview and design 1.1. Introduction: general context and problem statement 1.2. Methodological approach and underlying logical framework - References. - Section 2 Essays. Chapter 1 Performance management and measurement techniques as new challenges for employment services in Europe. - Chapter 2 Measuring results to improve organizational performance at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco). A budgetary analysis of the results achieved in the 2008-09 biennium for the major programme “culture”. - Chapter 3 Performance management and accountability in international public administrations. results-based budgeting in the united nations system as a case-study. - Section 3 Summary conclusions and prospects. guidelines for a better governance in a multilateral and universal environmenten
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subjectperformance-oriented techniquesen
subjectresults-based budgetingen
subjectinternational public organizations and world-wide administrationsen
subjectpolitical and managerial accountabilityen
subjectstakeholders “power-sharing”en
subject.classificationSECS-P/08 Economia e gestione delle impreseen
titleTowards performance governance in the public sector and administrations at international level: three essaysen
typeDoctoral thesisen
degree.nameEconomia e gestione delle aziende e delle amministrazioni pubblicheen
degree.levelDottoratoen
degree.disciplineFacoltà di economiaen
degree.grantorUniversità degli studi di Roma Tor Vergataen
date.dateofdefenseA.A. 2009/2010en
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