Distributed Public Governance

The recent proliferation of public agencies and other bodies operating with some degree of separateness from core government ministries has meant that in many countries more than half of public employment and central public expenditure is now carried out through such bodies. This publication considers the accountability of these bodies and the factors involved in their effective oversight in order to ensure good governance. It contains case studies which examine the experience of nine countries, as well as drawing preliminary conclusions from the work carried out by the OECDs Public Management Service (PUMA).

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