The last three decades in Turkey have seen an extensive shift towards a neoliberal agenda. Turkey has made many attempts at reforming existing governance systems in an effort to be accepted into the European Union, attracting the attention and curiosity of public management scholars worldwide. New Public Management in Turkey is the first book to analyze large-scale public administration reforms in Turkey according to the underlying principles of democracy, transparency, accountability, and localization.
Systematically examining the literature on Turkish local government over a 25-year period, this book presents a comprehensive look at reform and its consequences through the lens of comparative public administration. The scholarly contributions to this volume from academics teaching at universities throughout Turkey offer a multi-dimensional and multi-functional analysis embracing a variety of viewpoints. Utilizing Turkey’s rapid adaptations to the changing trends in public management as a case study, this book will serve as a unique and valuable policy guide for politicians and legislators seeking to develop a democratic and localized governance structure in a variety of contexts.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Yüksel Demirkaya is an Associate Professor at Marmara University in Istanbul, Turkey since 2011.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Reconstruction in Public: Reform 1. Impact Assessment as a Systematic Tool Based on Results in Public Management Decision Making Hamza Ateş and Fatih Akbulut 2. Local Government Reforms in Turkey: Administrative and Political Background Kemal Özden 3. Vision of the Public Administration Reform in Turkey Mustafa Kemal Öktem and Leyla Çiftçi 4. Public-Private Partnerships in the Turkish Municipalities Mustafa Tayyar Karayiğit 5. Municipal Councils in Turkey after the Local Administration Reform Tarkan Oktay 6. Reconstruction of Regional Development Policies in Turkey through Development Agencies Hande Tek Turan Part 2: Performance Management and Institutionalization 7. New Public Management Approach and Ethical Issues in Local Administrations in Turkey Ömer Faruk Gençkaya 8. A Parallel Change with the New Public Administration Approach: Human Resources Performance Management Kamil Ufuk Bilgin 9. Performance Management Experiences of Municipalities in Turkey Yüksel Demirkaya 10. Public Administration Reform: Autonomy and Privatization of Health Services Harun Kırılmaz 11. Comparative Analysis of New Pubic Management Politics of Developed and Developing Countries Bahadır Şahin 12. Effects of Reforms in Terms of Performance Management and Strategic Management in Application Hacer Tuğba Eroğlu Part 3: Metropolitan Management 13. Public Administration Reform: Accountability (Law Numbered 5018) and Auditing Public Administration Expenditures Yaşar Kabataş, Zekeriya Demir, and Nizamülmülk Güneş 14. Local, Metropolitan and Regional Administration Reforms in Turkey Hüseyin Gül 15. Public Administration Reforms in Relation to Urban Planning in Turkey Nihal Ekin Erkan and İclal Attila 16. Changing Metropolitan Government in Turkey from Past to Present Ayşe Tekel 17. Law Number 6360 and Transformation in Metropolitan Municipalities Fatma Neval Genç 18. Neighborhood Administration in the New Metropolitan Municipality Model Uğur Ömürgönülşen and Uğur Sadioğlu