O gerencialismo no poder público municipal: o caso da reforma administrativa na empresa de urbanização do Recife
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This thesis is about the reform of the brazilian public sector which is on administrative reform of management inspiration established in 2005 at URB – Recife (the main public company of Recife, capital of Pernambuco). The ultimate purpose of the study was to understand the impacts on management of the mencioned company. These impacts came from the administrative reform, drawing in part to perceptions that it had employees and the body of managers, as revealed by ad hoc applied research. The study was contextualized in a historical summary of bureaucratic administration in Brazil, highlighting the reform initiatives in the Vargas era, with the emergence of DASP, when he tried the deployment of classical inspiration Weberian bureaucracy, is also making reference to the second major reform of the Brazilian State, held at the military regime, regulated by Decree-Law No 200/67, and considered the first attempt to reform stamp management. The government of Fernando Henrique Cardoso, has tempted the third major reform, influenced by economic ideas and policies of the eighties and nineties of the last century in industrialized countries, whose governments then gambled on the values and strategies of the market as the most appropriate solution to the problems economic and social, and management techniques of the private sector to become more efficient public administration. Beside the design aspect of administrative management, in Brazil the past two decades, flourished ideas of societal management, inspired by the experiences of participatory budgeting, initiated in Porto Alegre City Hall in 1989 and now spread across hundreds of municipalities. The reform of URB - Recife in 2005, was also analyzed for changes in its structure since its establishment in 1973 and several changes of roles and management models that occurred in the period. It is concluded, both based on the evaluation of responses to the survey cited, as the author's own observations of the study, that the reform had focused predominantly results unfavorable to the desirable performance of the institution.