Public sector management and reform: Cook Islands experience
Nandi T. Glassie
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 2018, vol. 40, issue 4, 212-218
This article explores important features of the evolution of public sector management and reform in the Cook Islands, particularly from the mid-1990s. It addresses significant developments and challenges which require sound ongoing attention. In doing so, it contributes to an understanding of why and how small island developing states need to embrace programmes of public sector reform as a core component of their socio-economic development.
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