Critique of managerialism in public administration and critical reflection

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					Critique of managerialism in public administration - Reflection and Critical

 Critique of Public Administration
 〔Abstract〕 managerialism in public administration is the 20th century, after the
70's developed in the specific context and the broad impact of governance theory and
movement. It is the Government Administration and Reform of public administration
studies provide different perspectives. Managerialism, there are many worthy of
reflection and critical flaw: the basic value of the bias; of the market mechanism of
superstition; public and private management of confusion; inappropriate metaphor
customers. Reconstruction of public administration in the 21st century need to focus
on the public nature of public administration, concerned about the government and
society, markets, citizens of the interaction, can not fall into the trap of intolerance.

 Key Words public administration doctrine of reflective critical

 I. Introduction

 Since the 1980s, public administration has become the theoretical foundation for
reinventing government and practical guidance. As scholars, Rosenblum said,
recycling the priming by the government's new public management movement, its
theory and practice have demonstrated their unique, as with the traditional
management approach, political means and legal means to keep pace with new
research . (Rosenbloom, 1998, P.20) but also on the development of public
administration has a huge impact. Habermas's classification according to scholars,
scientific knowledge consists of three purport that experience - of Science
(empiricalanalyticalscience), History - on the interpretation of science
(historical-hermeneutical)      and      critical       orientation of    science
(criticallyorientedscience). Purport of this paper is to analyze the new public
management ideas as a theory and practice of content to explore the emerging
environmental contextual (context), then a critical reflection.

 2, the doctrine of public administration an

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