Development Policy Aspects of Administrative Performance Measurement: Linking “Large Systems” and Project-level “Subsystems”
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Nowadays the complex social, economic, geopolitical, technological and organisational changes make an urgent need to link the strategic and operational dimension in public administration. The hypothesis of the paper implies that the interactive relationship between the national-level situation indicators and the project-based development outputs can be achieved by establishing a complex measurement system that can both support the measurement of the effective implementation of development, and identify and support its socio-economic impacts. The hypothesis is validated by drawing on the findings of the relevant national and international literature on methodological developments and measurement, as well as by relying on the experiences of methodology development and performance measurement activities carried out within the framework of the Hungarian Public Administration and Public Service Development Operational Programme 2014–2020. This leads to some conclusions and recommendations on performance measurement perspectives for the period 2021–2027.