Public trading bodies in Samoa: performance management, results and challenges
Elita Tooala and
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 2018, vol. 40, issue 4, 252-259
This articles addresses the existence and performance of public trading bodies as significant contributors to Samoa’s socio-economic development. It considers their performance management framework as prescribed in legislation and related policies, along with a discussion of their performance results and challenges which are in need of serious ongoing attention. Comprehensive action plans and strategic initiatives are identified as being essential to their future structure, operation and success.
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