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Irish Presidency of EU conduct survey on public service reform

 

The Irish Presidency of the EU has conducted a detailed survey on the different systems and traditions of public administration, as well as how public services have been reformed (or are undergoing reform) during the period of 2006 to 2012. The Irish Presidency sought to assess the impact of the recent economic crisis on the structure and scale of public services across the EU.

The report may be of interest to all those researching aspects of public services and ongoing reform programmes. The report is available here.

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