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He concludes that the New Political Governance (NPG) is superior to the New Public Management (NPM) because it restores the public service to importance, but in the context of networked government and coproduction among the state, the private sector and civil society.
Parth Shah also explained the changed role of government and the new public management which stresses that the role of government should not be of a service provider but that of a financier.
US health care professional having difficulty with constant policy changes in primary care or British local civil servants leaving their jobs because of problems with New Public Management reforms focused on efficiency and spending limits).
During the last three decades, the concept of New Public Management (NPM) has driven the public sector reforms carried out in many Western countries (Hood, 1995; Osborne and Gaebler, 1992).
Gita Steiner-Khamsi, Professor of Comparative and International Education at Columbia University, New York, said that the educational reforms which have been implemented globally for the last 20 years under the banner of New Public Management could create inequality unless the governments ensure and make a real commitment to equity while implementing those reforms in their respective countries.
The Basis of New public Management and New public Financial Management
The new public management philosophy has played a preponderant role in the public sector for over twenty years.
The first addresses the central role of New Public Management (Neues Steuerungsmodell) in German police reform.