Aguilar, L., & Bustelo, M.

Paginas: 1-22
Año: 2010
Número: 4
Lugar: Gestión y Análisis de Políticas Públicas
ISSN: 1134-6035
Abstract: During the last three decades, there have been two major innovations in the field of government affairs, New Public Management (managerial or post-bureaucratic mode), Governance or New Governance (post-governmental mode). Likewise, the new push of program and public policy evaluation, is due in part to reforms that governments have undertaken –by conviction or by force- during these last years, which have modified governmental practices, concepts and assessment criteria. This article discusses how “governance” as a new process of government and administration has taken place, and recognizes its presence and importance as a directive process, and also the need and convenience of evaluating its activities and results. Thus, it investigates on the potential relations between evaluation and governance and the mutual benefits both governance and evaluation might have when their respective contributions are jointly considered.

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