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Institutional development (ID) can be an elusive concept when attempts to analyse it are made. The notion of sustainability is even more intangible, save for the fact that the results of any ID should be able to continue after the external or technical assistance is withdrawn. Attempts to define...
Examines the impact of compulsory competitive tendering on the management of UK local government. The changing managerial skills required under conditions of competition are considered alongside overall changes in the role of local government. Drawing directly from the authors′ recent research...
The effectiveness of the reforms of the health sector in New Zealand will depend on the development of new accounting and information systems. The reforms have been rapid and significant. Increasing attention is being given to the development of costing and budgeting as a part of the reform...
Examines recent reforms of the UK′s National Health Service (NHS), and explores the pressures for change in the pursuit of an efficient NHS and the conflicts which this causes in an organization which was based on the aim of equity. In particular, addresses the “false revolutions” of managerial...
Briefly outlines recent developments in the commercialization of the public sector at the federal level of government in Australia. After six years of planning and implementation, debate continues over whether the dramatic changes in practice are achieving the proclaimed ends of enhanced...
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