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Removing the Sacred Character of the Figure in Assessing the Public Sector

by Albert Ogien (writer)
Collection: Sciences en questions
february 2013
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How, since 2006 when the organic law on the finance law entered into force, has the figure become the centrepiece in a way of governing where the political decision is subjected to a logic of result? The author wonders about the current hold of the management evaluation over the definition of the governmental activity. He shows how it makes the democratic practices lose their strength. It addresses the forms of resistance that civil servants and citizens can use to oppose this erosion.



Désacraliser le chiffre. Une analyse de l’évaluation du secteur public


L’esprit gestionnaire


La mathématisation du monde social


Les effets de la quantification


Le système du chiffre gestionnaire


Le chiffre et les petits remaniements moraux du quotidien


L’évaluation comme enjeu politique


Les principes de la Révision générale des politiques publiques


Désacraliser le chiffre






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Language(s): French

Publisher: Éditions Quae

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Sciences en questions

Published: 4 february 2013

Reference Book: 02360

Reference eBook [ePub]: 02360EPB

Reference eBook [PDF]: 02360NUM

EAN13 Book: 9782759218981

EAN13 eBook [ePub]: 9782759219926

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759218998

Interior: Two-colour

Format (in mm) Book: 120 x 190

Pages count Book: 120

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 120

Weight (in grammes): 125 (Book)

Size: 310 ko (ePub), 1,4 Mo (PDF)