By Frits M. Van der Meer, J. Raadschelders, T. Toonen
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Large budgetary deficits, social-economic tensions accompanied by politicalideological resentment against big government, and bureaucratic interference led to calls for smaller (more effective and efficient) government. This stimulated a fundamental reappraisal of the place and role of the public sector within society and consequently to a reappraisal of public personnel management (Van der Meer, 2011; Peters and Pierre, 2001, 2004). The preferred solution to remedy these bureaucratic rigidities was to introduce more flexible labor relationships.
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Both instruments were originally designed for a specific purpose (measuring readiness of candidate states in the case of the baseline assessment system and improving EU policy implementation capacity in the case of the CAF). The design and use of assessment instruments had some interesting side-effects, including a broad discussion about ‘European values’ in PA. G. Verheijen and Aleksandra Rabrenovic EU in administrative capacity was ‘real,’ as a large number of states quickly moved to dismantle civil service system architectures that they had established as a ‘condition’ for membership (and in some cases, like the Czech Republic, had not even become effective at the time of accession).