e-Devlet Ölçümleme: OECD

OECD e-Devlet Ölçümleme Raporları

Government at a Glance 2017“This fifth anniversary edition of Government at a Glance comes at a time of great political, economic and social uncertainty. Ten years after the global financial crisis, the economic recovery is not robust enough to yield a durable improvement in potential output or to reduce persistent inequalities. Rapid technological change, disruptive innovation and shorter economic cycles are hallmarks of today’s world. They create new opportunities, but also make people’s lives more unpredictable and insecure. There is also a widespread perception among the population that the benefits of global economic liberalisation have been largely reaped by a few. Bridging divides among the winners from globalisation and those left vulnerable, and navigating successfully in uncertain times requires open, fair and effective public governance.


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Government at a Glance 2015“The recovery is under way and economic growth is slowly starting to pick up in the OECD area. Fiscal consolidation is proceeding, although unemployment remains high, while productivity growth has been low. Inequalities, in the distribution of income and other outcomes that matter for people’s well-being, are also widening. Governments must address these challenges to deliver stronger, more inclusive growth in the years to come; a multidimensional approach to public policy making is needed.


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Government at a Glance 2013“The financial and economic crisis and its aftermath have led many OECD governments to implement structural adjustment plans to restore the health of their public finances. However, trust in governments has declined considerably, as citizens’ growing expectations have been hard to address with limited government resources. Between 2007 and 2012, confidence in national governments declined from 45% to 40% on average, making it difficult for national authorities to mobilise support for necessary reforms.


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Government at a Glance 2011“The recent crisis has been caused by major failures in regulation and supervision by public authorities, as well as by shortcomings in risk management and corporate governance by the private sector. It has shaken many long-held assumptions about the functioning of markets and the role of governments, and as such has led to calls for changes to the global governance architecture and for the redefinition of the respective roles of the state and of markets, in order to restore citizens’ trust in both.


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Government at a Glance 2009“The current financial, economic, social and environmental challenges place governments at centre stage. Having responded successfully to the unprecedented financial crisis of 2008, governments are now striving to exit from their exceptional interventions and to return economies to self-sustained growth. Meanwhile, they are also looking for policy solutions to climate change, poverty, ageing populations, migration and a host of other long-term concerns. Designing and implementing these policies draws on the capacity of governments to serve the public interest and to strengthen frameworks for well-functioning markets.


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Government at a Glance 2007

“The OECD has been collecting comparable data on public management since 1994, when PUMA’s  Public Sector Pay and Employment (PSPE) statistics began providing member countries with analyses of  public sector pay and employment trends. As public sector reforms continue across the OECD, there is a growing need for improved data to provide a reality check on actions taken and a direction for the future.  


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Kaynak: OECD Library – Government At A Glance

HIZLI ERİŞİM

2017: Government at a Glance 2017

2015: Government at a Glance 2015

2013: Government at a Glance 2013

2011: Government at a Glance 2011

2009: Government at a Glance 2009

2007: Government at a Glance 2007

2017 – ÜLKE RAPOR KARTLARI