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Rethinking the ‘public service bargain’ : the changing (legal) position of civil servants in Europe

By: MEER, Frits M van der.
Contributor(s): BERG, Caspar F van den | DIJKSTRA, Gerrit SA.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: Los Angeles : IIAS, March 2013Subject(s): Agente público | Serviço Público | Burocracia | Alemanha | Bélgica | Dinamarca | França | Holanda | Inglaterra | Itália | Suécia | Suíça | Alemanha | Bélgica | Dinamarca | França | Holanda | Inglaterra | Itália | Suécia | SuíçaInternational Review of Administrative Sciences 79, 1, p. 91-109Abstract: It can be argued that because of the rise of New Public Management and the growing dominance of labor law and HRM practices, the so-called ‘traditional’ public law formulation of the position of civil servants has come under pressure in a number of Western European countries in recent decades and have shaken the ‘bargain’ agreed between the political and administrative leaders since the Second World War. By contrast, in Central and Eastern Europe and Britain, new Weberian-type civil service legislation has been introduced. In this analysis, we examine both apparent opposites from a public sector bargains perspective and find that European countries are at a crossroads in their reflection on the ‘bargain'
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It can be argued that because of the rise of New Public Management and the growing dominance of labor law and HRM practices, the so-called ‘traditional’ public law formulation of the position of civil servants has come under pressure in a number of Western European countries in recent decades and have shaken the ‘bargain’ agreed between the political and administrative leaders since the Second World War. By contrast, in Central and Eastern Europe and Britain, new Weberian-type civil service legislation has been introduced. In this analysis, we examine both apparent opposites from a public sector bargains perspective and find that European countries are at a crossroads in their reflection on the ‘bargain'

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