History of Comparative Public Administration
Keywords:Administration, Comparison, Public Administration
This paper seeks to assess the history of comparative public administration and considers some of the main explanations for the importance of comparison in public administration and the development of comparative studies after World War II. It also explains the characteristics, decline, future expectations, and options that highlight the development of comparative politics and public administration. The study revisited the historical development of comparative public administration in many ways in academic literature, including scientific and modern eras, and analyzed previous research and theories. After examining various dimensions, the study argues that there is a dearth of data regarding the history of comparative public administration in less developed countries, but that the majority of these nations are eager and persistent to apply the existing administration systems developed by western countries. The study revealed that Britain, India, and France have significant bureaucrats who have stronger authority than elected officials in terms of administrative and policy decisions.
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