Civil Service Reform as a Driver of Social and Economic Development (Review of Experience in Developed Countries)
Kushlin Valerij Ivanovich
Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of State regulation of the economy, Head of the Laboratory "Foreign experience of scientific and innovation policy"
Russia, the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
Ustenko Viktorija Sergeevna
Junior Researcher, laboratory "of foreign experience of scientific and innovation policy"
Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
The present article aims to outline a path of transformation for the system of civil service in Russia based on the analysis of public management practices in developed countries and their experience of administrative reforms over the last 15-20 years. The article presents a set of recommendations to improve human resources management in Russian civil service and motivates a need for its realignment in accordance with goals of economic modernization.
new public management, human resources management, civil service, public administration, administrative reform, human development.
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