COMPARING GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: A FUZZY-SET ANALYSIS
Phil Kim () and
Tobin Im ()
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Phil Kim: Seoul National University, South Korea
Tobin Im: Seoul National University, South Korea
No 4, TAD 14 The disciplines and the study of Public Administration: Transatlantic perspectives in the margin of the 14th Administration and Public Management International Conference, Bucharest, June 6-18 2018, pages
National governments rely on global performance indicators to grasp the current status and to build future strategies. However, no previous study has investigated pathways to government performance in terms of various indices empirically. With five possible determinants that are trait competitiveness, change-oriented citizenship behavior (CO-OCB), public service motivation (PSM), organizational identification (OI), and corruption tolerance, we try to find sufficient configurations to three representative government performance indicators which are “Government Effectiveness” (WGI), “Government Efficiency” (GCI), and “Throughput” (GC). The results indicate that three performance indicators are distinguished from one another with regard to the number of contributing factors to sufficient configurations, the role of “innovation-inclined” factors, and the role of corruption tolerance.
Keywords: Government Performance; Performance Indicators; Fuzzy-set Analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H83 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 14 pages
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