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AASCIT Communications | Volume 3, Issue 5 | Sep. 13, 2016 online | Page:231-239
Public Governance and Management as per Human Resource, Accountability and Environment According to Composite Supportive Progress (CASP)
Sustainable Development is an innovative concept symbolized as Composite Appraising Supportive Progress (CASP). Biodiversity concept is an extra key topic having huge influence on public governance and management. Procedures designing composite progressive indicators manage actions with defined methodology. Dutch categories are prescribed as per Ministerial, Statistic and Geographic implementations. The resulting sequence is represented as: Genes, Society (S), Human Resource Organization and Management (HROM); Species, Economy (E), Public Accountable Governance (PAG); Ecosystems, Nature (N), Global Environmental Change (GEC); Functions, CASP, Public Governance and Management (PGM). The current paper is a proposal to organize Dutch CASP within biodiversity concept. Composite Progressive Indicators (CPI) are proceeded for methodologies, results, actualization and discussions on three (3) magnitudes of Dutch CASP. Dutch CASP categories are applied through Dutch statistic themes; associated with existing governmental ministries of the Netherlands; allocated in 12 Dutch provinces; distributed in four (4) Utrecht University positions within the biodiversity concept; categorized as per themes according to departmental announcements; executed equivalence of subjectivity within categories; and proposed the model through the combination of eighteen (18) categories of CASP. Further deeper research is required to aptly assess biodiversity concept within Dutch CASP.
Azniv Felix Petrosyan, Department of Geography & Regional Planning, School of Rural & Surveying Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Zographou Campus, Athens, Greece; Independent Researcher of Armenia, Zeytun, Yerevan, Armenia.
Public Governance & Management (PGM), Human Resource Management (HROM), Public Accountable Governance (PAG), Global Environmental Change (GEC), Bio-diverse Sustainable Development (BSD), Composite Progressive Indicators (CPI)
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Arcticle History
Submitted: Aug. 18, 2016
Accepted: Aug. 30, 2016
Published: Sep. 13, 2016
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