International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 14 Issue 4


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UK public services and management (1979‐2000) Evolution or revolution?

Colin Talbot

Examines the way the public sector and public management evolved in the UK over the last two decades of the twentieth century. Concentrates on the period between 1979 to…


Public sector reform – Implications for accounting, accountability and performance of state‐owned entities – an Australian perspective

Zahirul Hoque, Jodie Moll

Faced by increased globalization, the dissatisfaction of Australian citizens, and a curtailing of spending, the Australian Government has embarked on a major reform agenda…


Urban service delivery in developing countries – Escaping western bureaucratic solutions

Keith M. Henderson

Explores the record of alternative urban service delivery in selected world areas and assesses the prospects for new designs intended to implement specific programs. It is…


A comparative study of the emergence of marketing culture within three formerly nationalised companies

Geoff Lancaster, Gerry Brierley

Examines the background to privatisation in the UK and explores current practice. The transition to change over two decades has brought about more demanding and…

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