Public Service Evolution in the 15 Post-Soviet Countries: Diversity in Transformation

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Abstract

A unique study of public service evolution in the 15 post-soviet countries from independence to date. It reveals the diversity in their transformation shaped by historical and cultural traditions and the soviet legacy they inherited, as well as by the impact of the political will of ruling elites, all of which influenced the socio-economic and governance models these countries adapted. Its value lays with the fact that it is a collaborative outcome of prominent practitioners, who actively participated in the transformation process, and leading scholars representing all 15 post-soviet countries. It is valuable addition to the body of knowledge of public administration, allowing for improved understanding of the complexity and depth of change that has taken place over the past 30 years. It provides an in-depth analysis of the public service reform process; a subject relevant to the countries of the Region and beyond.

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Baimenov, A., & Liverakos, P. (2022). Public Service Evolution in the 15 Post-Soviet Countries: Diversity in Transformation. Public Service Evolution in the 15 Post-Soviet Countries: Diversity in Transformation (pp. 1–579). Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-2462-9

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