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Title:Making it happen: selected case studies of institutional reforms in South Africa
Editors:Alam, AsadISNI
Mokate, Renosi
Plangemann, Kathrin
Year:2016
Pages:225
Language:English
Series:Directions in development, Public sector governance
City:Washington, DC
Publisher:World Bank
ISBN:146480768X; 9781464807688; 1464807698; 9781464807695
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:civil service reform
government policy
fiscal law
national budget
taxation
governance
statistics
AIDS
social security
passports
nature conservation
roads
solar energy
wind energy
constitutions
1996
Abstract:Since the end of Apartheid in 1994 South Africa has used some innovative approaches to build more inclusive public institutions. Although much is known about the motivation and nature of these policies and institutional changes, very little is known of the manner in which they were executed. This book offers a selection of twelve case studies to illustrate how policies and institutions were developed and implemented to improve specific public services. Contributions: Developing an intergovernmental fiscal framework (Catriona Purfield); Increasing budget transparency (Neil Cole, Aarti Shah and Gert van der Linde); Raising tax revenue (David Hausman and Precious Zikhali); Strengthening performance monitoring and evaluation (Kathrin A. Plangemann); Creating an inclusive and credible statistical system (Misha V. Belkindas and Phindile Ngwenya); Expanding HIV/AIDS treatment (Patrick Lumumba Osewe and Yogan Pillay); Reforming the social assistance system (Lucilla Maria Bruni); Improving the delivery of identification documents to facilitate access to services (John Carneson and Zandile Ratshitanga); Protecting biodiversity, rehabilitating ecosystems, and promoting conservation for development (Christopher J. Warner, Claudia Sobrevila and George C. Ledec); Improving the management of the national road network (Ben Gericke); Developing renewable energy through an independent power producer procurement program (Joel Kolker); The making of the 1996 constitution (Ivan Velev and Nonhlahla Zindela). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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