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Cooperatives have been promoted in many developing countries including Fiji to build harmonious societies addressing issues such as unemployment and housing shortages and as a means of creating income generating activities. It is designed to be an easy method of development in these countries....
This article presents evidence from selected state transportation departments across the United States that indicates that although many states have established performance measures programs, very few have acted to integrate across the board results into transportation decision-making processes....
Since the introduction of the Advocacy Coalition Framework (ACF) as a public policy framework in the 1980s, much ACF literature has tried to develop policy-process theories by demonstrating how policy-network approaches can be combined with policy-process theories and by reviewing how group...
This study uses an analysis of public managers' own words to increase legislative use of performance measures in budgeting. Using data from a survey designed from a content analysis of local administrators' descriptions of effective approaches, it shows that high quality budget analysis,...
This article is based on a research project that provided information and recommendations to the Kentucky Cabinet for Health Services concerning contracting for health services to help enhance contracting practices. The health agencies of many states have expended considerable effort to enhance...
Existing research on the effectiveness of performance measurement systems has generated inconclusive findings. In this study, the performance measurement-effectiveness relationship is tested in human services programs using the ratings of volunteer program evaluation teams. A sample of programs...
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