International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 28 Issue 6


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Building a resilient local council: evidence from flood disasters in Italy

Nick Sciulli, Giuseppe D'Onza, Giulio Greco

The purpose of this paper is to investigate resilience to extreme weather events (EWE) in a sample of Italian local councils (LCs), impacted by flood disasters. Whether…

Tracing the future of reporting in the public sector: introducing integrated popular reporting

Sandra Cohen, Sotirios Karatzimas

The purpose of this paper is to debate the future form of reporting in the public sector by examining alternative forms of reporting, and more specifically the frameworks…


Public value as a framework for reforming publicly funded museums

Burak Herguner

In recent years, New Public Management (NPM) has been used as the major framework for administrative reforms to redesign the public museums in many countries. However…


Organizing for “wicked problems” – analyzing coordination arrangements in two policy areas: Internal security and the welfare administration

Per Lagreid, Lise H. Rykkja

The purpose of this paper is to address the question of coordination by comparing two recent reforms schemes in Norway: internal security and the welfare administration…


Accrual accounting in Italian universities: a technical perspective

Tommaso Agasisti, Giuseppe Catalano, Ferdinando Di Carlo, Angelo Erbacci

The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of full accrual accounting on the Italian public universities and, in this context, how some technical-accounting…

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