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This article explores the values that local government senior managers assume in their day‐to‐day relationship with elected officials (councillors). The study is set in the state of Victoria, Australia which, along with the two other levels of Australian government, has a strong historical...
This paper is based on interviews with four chief executives of district/borough authorities in a two‐tier local government area. The interviews constitute a snapshot of opinion from a group of people ideally placed to relate to the issue under discussion, namely the importance of strategy and...
Procurement by executing agencies, statutory organisations or departments in developing countries responsible for procurement against aid‐funded projects, has received little attention from academic researchers. This study found that executing agencies’ buying decisions are primarily influenced...
There has been limited examination of the impact of public sector restructuring on affected officials. This paper seeks to address the imbalance. It discusses the case of the New Zealand Health Funding Authority, dissolved and merged in 2000 as part of a major health sector restructuring...
This paper examines the merits of using a comprehensive systems approach for measuring public sector performance in Greece. It introduces the preliminary results of a pilot case study where the STAIR model was used as a modernising vehicle within the Greek civil service. Following the steps of...
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