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Tworek Piotr (Uniwersity of Economics in Katowice, Poland)
Tytuł
Understanding Public Risk
Źródło
Scientific Publications / University of Economics in Katowice. Public Risk Management. T. 1, Perspective of Theory and Practice, 2016, s. 11-26
Słowa kluczowe
Ryzyko, Zarządzanie publiczne, Sektor publiczny, Sektor publiczny w gospodarce
Risk, Public governance, Public sector, Public sector in economy
Abstrakt
So far, neither in the theory nor in practice have there been any successful attempts to provide a clear and unambiguous definition of the category of public risk. In particular, the public character of an organisation manifests itself in four areas, i.e. social relations with the environment, distinguishing goals, structure and values (Kozuch, 2004). Risk is also embedded in these elements, being an integral part of the modern concept of New Public Management (NPM). Risk management in public organisations is the reflection of a modern approach to public management, as one of its underlying principles is business-like management, which is directly applicable to risk management as a function supporting overall management in a public organisation (Tworek, 2015a). If risk is to be managed efficiently and effectively, however, it first has to be understood and then clearly defined by public managers. In literature, some attempts to define risk in the public sector have been made by a number of authors (Young and Fone, 2001; Carmen and Dobrea, 2006; Spinki, 2012; Tworek, 2015a; 2015b), but due to the complexity of this notion, it has not been possible to come up with one universal definition, which could be commonly used and applied to any public organisation without any exceptions. Risk in public management is a multidimensional, multi-faceted, multi-field and, first of all, cross-disciplinary category. (fragment of text)
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