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Title: The Role of Government as a Catalyst for Reform During Periods of Economic Downturn
Authors: Binza, Mzikayise S 
Seemela, V.P.P. 
Keywords: Public-sector institutions;Stages of Economic Decline;Current global recession;Financial hurricane;New Public Administration (NPA) theory
Issue Date: 2010
Series/Report no.: Africa Insight;40(2), September 2010
Abstract: Reforming public sector institutions and rethinking the roles of government as agents of change by making their respective states and the environment a better place to live in, are considered to be the signifi cant actions that governments in the post-recession era must undertake. The question is: what can governments do to place their countries on a recovery and high-growth path in the post-2009 recession period? Governments should tailor-make strategies to reform their institutions not only to be effective and effi cient in resuscitating, improving and sustaining national economic development, but in accelerating sustained service delivery.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11189/1310
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