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NCPAG PJPA 2014-1: Philippine Journal of Public Administration: Planning and budgeting linkage at the local level: status, policy responses and prospects

Globalization today has exerted remarkable impact on the ideological character and activities of nation-states and by extension, the theoretical agenda of the discipline of Public Administration. Administration thought is faced today with an emerging agenda of study that must be rendered compatible with developments relatively conditioned by the effects of the increasing deterritorialization of state jurisdictions as conditioned by multijurisdictional protocols and conventions imposed under a globalized environment. The nation-state and its bureaucracy has incarnated and reincarnated according to the drifts of its environment from the nature of the big government at the turn of the 20th century as the centralized dispenser of public services to such modalities as the minimalist state, the hollow state, and quite recently, that of the disarticulated state, which has shaped as a result of a rapidly rising polycentric regime of supranational institutions operating in globalized milieu. There is considerable effort to adjust to the realities of this globalized regime and which Public admiistration as a discipline and as a field of study must begin to address. This article seeks to provide discussion and analysis on the nature of the nation-state adapting to the demands of globalization, the problematic of how bureaucracies adjust to the temperament of these changes and the emerging agenda of study that the discipline must confront today.

UP-National College of Public Administration and Governance
Authors Keywords
Reyes, Danilo R.; International Forum on Globalization; Globalization research; Public administration;
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