Implementation of New Public Management Concept in Budget Preparation in Indonesia

  • Yuwin Ali
  • Haliah Haliah
Keywords: New Public Management (NPM), Performance- Based Budgeting


New Public Management (NPM) is an umbrella concept that men aungi range of meanings that organizational design and management, application of economic institutions over the management of the public and policy patterns. Implements concept of New Public Management in the preparation of the Budget in Indonesia a show a positive development, the effect on improving the performance of government, namely the implementation of the Performance-Based Budgeting. But the main difficulty in implementing performance-based budgets is the difficulty of agreeing on appropriate performance measures. Measuring an activity or output is easier than determining the size of the expected results or outcomes.


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How to Cite
Ali, Y., & Haliah, H. (2021). Implementation of New Public Management Concept in Budget Preparation in Indonesia. International Journal of Social Science Research and Review, 4(3), 28-36.