Public Administration Paradigm

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Pimkamon Katkarw

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The paradigm in public administration has improved substantially from the past to the present. Due to the increasingly complex social context, many scholars have tried to propose new ideas in line with the economic context. Society and politics Therefore making traditional public administration (OPM) that emphasizes organizational structure and hierarchy is passed to the new public administration (NPM) that focuses on competition to make the work more efficient and lead to more diverse concepts such as new public management (NPG), new public service (NPS) to make public management consistent with the changing environment.

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