Public sector reform PSR refers to strengthening the management of the public sector. Awortwi, N. Crook, R.
Some focus on oddly successful organizations, others on successful policy interventions, and yet others on successful reforms themselves. Paris: Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development. Olowu, D.
In Ghana, where successive regimes have focused on political control for partisan purposes, it has been quick reforms compatible with top-down control that have achieved political traction.
Leonard, D. Adamolekun, L a. Baser and D. The studies concluded that even though there has been some progress with PSRs in African countries, there is more room for improvement. Adamolekun, L. One singularly significant shortcoming was the conspicuous absence of effective pay and incentives reform, which remain critical to sustainable capacity building.