A response to "Building administrative capacity for the age of rapid globalization: A modest prescription for the twenty-first century"

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Abstract

Professor Ali Farazmand's thought-provoking article advances the argument that the "administrative capacity to manage" governance and economic systems in the new age of "rapid change, hyper-complexity, and globalization" needs to be designed at both the macro and the micro levels. There is no doubt that traditional models of governance and public administration are no match for the challenges of the new chaotic environment, particularly in the aftermath of the outbreak of the global financial crisis that has largely discredited a world economic order founded on Anglo-American financial capitalism. Building administrative capacity worldwide is an imperative of our time. Copyright © 2009 The American Society for Public Administration.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1034-1036
JournalPublic Administration Review
Volume69
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2009

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Cheung, A. B. L. (2009). A response to "Building administrative capacity for the age of rapid globalization: A modest prescription for the twenty-first century". Public Administration Review, 69(6), 1034-1036.