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This chapter examines the paradigms in the field of public administration and discusses how they influence and shape the characteristics of public administrative systems and practice. The chapter uses the notion of paradigms as described by Thomas Kuhn and provides a framework for understanding change in both a temporal and systemic sense. In the field of public administration, the paradigm concept is particularly helpful in understanding the problems that are faced, and how the public sector reforms that are selected to solve these puzzles shape the characteristics of the government. Paradigms in public administration, such as traditional public administration (TPA) and new public management (NPM) are examined. In addition, some models that are emerging as the post-NPM paradigm are also identified.
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