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Accountability and human resource management in decentralised Cambodia

Accountability and human resource management in decentralised Cambodia

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Published by CDRI in Phnom Penh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementEng Netra and Devid Craig.
SeriesCDRI working paper series -- no. 40.
ContributionsDavid, Craig., Vidyāsthān Paṇtuaḥ Paṇtāl niṅ Srāvjrāv Ṭoempī Qabhivaḍḍhaṅ Kambujā.
The Physical Object
Pagination132 p. :
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23644976M
ISBN 109789995052256
LC Control Number2009331384

Cambodia - Public Financial Management Modernization Project (Inglês) Resumo. The Public Financial Management Modernization Project of Cambodia has an objective is to enhance pub. Civil Service Staff at Central and Decentralized Locations, 48 Vertical Allocation of Resources, Government Budget, 49 Horizontal Allocation of Resources, Government Budget, 51 Summary of Program Funding Needs, – 63 ADB Indicative Assistance Coded by Functional Characteristics 78 Figures.

This paper is about accountability within Cambodia’s public expenditure management (PEM), within the wider context of Cambodia’s decentralisation and deconcentration (D&D) reforms. It sets out to understand accountability as it currently exists within sub- national PEM, and to suggest what needs to be done to enhance PEM accountability.   Decentralized Human Resources Management and capacity: the case of Basona Worana in North Shoa Zone, ANRS. Armstrong, M., A Hand book of Human Resource Management Practice, London: Kogen.

Cambodia Public Financial Management and Accountability Project. Project Task manager/leader Division chief/ sector director Country director Appraisal Robert R. Taliercio Barbara Nunberg Ian C. Porter Completion Leah April Mathew A. Verghis Ulrich Zachau. management because training management is considered a type of project management. Before discussing the meaning of project management, however, it makes sense to define a project first. Here is a popular definition of a project in “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Third Edition” (PMBOK, , p.5).


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