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État, experts et savoirs néo-managériaux : Les producteurs et diffuseurs du New Public Management en France depuis les années 1970

Abstract : This article explores how New Public Management ideas and tools have been developed, diffused and legitimized in the French context since the 1970s. It emphasizes the changing roles played by experts (academic, consultants, top bureaucrats, international organizations) and specifies, for each different configuration, their positions within the state, their legitimacy and influence and the kind of instruments they promote. The article identifies four different patterns and periods, from the Rationalisation des choix budgétaires in the 1970s (the French version of the American PPBS, Planning, Programming and Budgeting System) to the Révision générale des politiques publiques in the 2000s (the General Review of Public Policies) during which consultancy firms have come to play a major role.
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Philippe Bezes. État, experts et savoirs néo-managériaux : Les producteurs et diffuseurs du New Public Management en France depuis les années 1970. Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, Editions du Seuil, 2012, 3 (193), pp.16 - 37. ⟨hal-01955762⟩

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