International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 21 Issue 3


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Stress, Minister: government policy advisors and work stress

Karen Baehler, Jane Bryson

The public management and the occupational stress literatures are both silent on stressors associated with the work of government policy advisors. This paper aims to fill…


Police management roles as determinants of knowledge sharing attitude in criminal investigations

Morten Emil Berg, Geoff Dean, Petter Gottschalk, Jan Terje Karlsen

The paper aims to argue that leadership by police managers is needed to stimulate and encourage knowledge sharing in police investigations, and to report an empirical…


Evaluating public sector management approaches towards undeclared work in the European Union

Colin C. Williams

This paper seeks to analyse the various approaches being used by the public sector across the European Union to tackle undeclared work and to evaluate the direction of change.


Costs and funding of New Zealand local authorities: the role of democratic discourse

Jonathan Barrett, Colin Scott

The purpose of this article is to investigate how two New Zealand local authorities have engaged with their duty under the Local Government Act 2002 (the Act) to foster…


The formation of public‐public partnerships: A case study examination of collaboration on a “back to work” initiative

Kay Greasley, Paul J. Watson, Shilpa Patel

This article aims to explore public‐public partnership issues arising when public sector organisations work together in order to deliver a new government sponsored initiative.

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