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Les primes dans la fonction publique : entre incitation et complément de traitement

Abstract : Significant evolutions in the determination of the civil servant's remunerations are observed : the introduction of the merit bonus and the development of compensation systems. In the first part of this thesis, we show that the merit bonus fall under a greater process of the stat administration's modernisation – characterized by the adoption of principles resulting from privately owned management – and then can install in theory a profit culture. In a second part, starting from empirical studies, we show that the principles of determination of the bonus are very different from the exhibited principles ; bonus are not really differentiated according to the civil servants' merit. Then we explain bonus development in comparison to the laks of the indexes' table which provides some difficulties to maintain the purchasing power of the civil servants and also encounters some difficulties to take into account the new work's qualifications.
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Juliette Duveau. Les primes dans la fonction publique : entre incitation et complément de traitement. Economies et finances. Université Rennes 2, 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00132190⟩



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