By Hyung-Ki Kim
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This stage can, of course, eventually evolve through further decentralization. A tightly monitored, centralized system typically enforces nationally determined staffing levels by means of a coordinated effort of the central personnel authority and the ministry of finance. Often routine functions are delegated to department-level and line agency personnel staff, who are then trained to carry out these tasks, but overall staffing levels are kept in check centrally through regulation of recruitment and periodic staff inspection.
Policymakers should not anguish over what kind of systems to introduce wholesale, but rather should concentrate on individual elements within systems and how these might be introduced. Traditional, mainly centralized models of civil service management seem to provide the best starting point for the typical developing country. Given that such countries will tend to have a relatively small pool of talent to draw upon, husbanding them at the center is logical. Agency (or decentralized) approaches, which require technological and human resource skills beyond the present capacity of many developing countries may, however, provide models toward which countries can strive.
Title : The Civil Service System and Economic Development : The Japanese Experience : Report On an International Colloquium Held in Tokyo, March 22-25, 1994 EDI Learning Resources Series, 1020-3842 author : Kim, Hyung-Ki. publisher : World Bank isbn10 | asin : 0821331701 print isbn13 : 9780821331705 ebook isbn13 : 9780585326986 language : English subject Civil service--Japan--Congresses, Japan--Economic policy--1945- --Congresses, Civil service--Congresses. 52001 subject : Civil service--Japan--Congresses, Japan--Economic policy--1945- --Congresses, Civil service--Congresses.