This chapter discusses Public Value Management and New Public Governance and how these concepts evolved from traditional public administration. Key characteristics are discussed, components and underpinning doctrines, as well as connections to the public service paradigm, networks, collaboration, co-production, leadership and other concepts. Critiques are discussed as well, and specific issues that PVM and NPG have to deal with such as inclusiveness, pluralism, power, accountability and trust. After giving examples from different European countries, a discussion on the distinctive European aspects of PVM and NPG concludes the chapter.
|Title of host publication||The Palgrave Handbook of Public Administration and Management in Europe|
|Editors||Edoardo Ongaro, Sandra Van Thiel|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|