Paradigm Shift: Robust Response of Reinventing Government Movement to New Public Administration Using Econometrics

  •  Mohammad Naim Azimi    
  •  Mohammad Reza Farzam    


This paper focuses on the paradigm shift from a traditional government into a new public administration using quantitative economics in testing the robust response of the shift. Though, we follow the conception of Frederickson (1991); Behn (1995) and Kirlin (1996), we are not concerned of the body of knowledge in such transformation, rather we are concerned on how to offer foundational base of quantitative literature for planning and implanting of the new public administration in Afghanistan for the purpose of which, we use a set of cross –sectional data obtained through an objective questionnaire from 221 targeted public employees in Kabul City and using a set of statistics and econometric models in testing the competing hypotheses. The results show that all the identified proxies in measuring the variables associated with the shift process are highly significant and support the robust response towards the stated shift to the new public administration in the country.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1925-4725
  • ISSN(Online): 1925-4733
  • Started: 2011
  • Frequency: semiannual

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