The present study analyzes and tests a new way to recover economy and public finances in time of crisis. Anexclusive focus on State financial short-term stability risks to undermine the economic growth and to erode the socialenvironment, thus it depletes the sources of State finances on the long-term. While a sustainable strategizing focuses onperformance drivers that generate these last. Such approach in public strategizing is based on the assumption that Statecould increase its budgets by improving the organizational and legal framework in which private firms operate, in orderto reduce their overhead costs for compliance of rules, and public facilities’ inefficiencies. This improvement marginenables the national economic environment to be more globally competitive, and, consequently, to take advantage ofnew national and foreign investors and of existing firm’s retention. By quantitatively linking a state organization’sperformance to that of private firms, the system dynamics model demonstrates how this eventually leads to an increasein financial resources for a government organization. In absence of such improvement, the model shows howdelocalization would create a huge financial loss for the government: losses that public officials seem to ignore.
|Number of pages||16|
|Journal||RJSH RANGSIT JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|