International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 28 Issue 7


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Public procurement and the BLS: operationalizing occupational duties

Joshua M. Steinfeld, Eric Prier, Clifford McCue

Procurement is a specific, yet dynamic area of work and study that is recognized as an occupation by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). However, there is growing…


The use of performance information in strategic decision making in public organizations

Ahmed Abdel-Maksoud, Said Elbanna, Habib Mahama, Raili Pollanen

The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the importance of different components of strategic performance measurement systems (SPMS) and their deployment influence…


Building trust through public service co-production

Joost Fledderus

Co-production of public service delivery is believed to foster trust among users, but little empirical work is devoted to this assumption. Public sector organizations have…


Good governance, institutions and performance of public private partnerships

Mohamed Ismail Sabry

The purpose of this paper is to explore theoretically and empirically which institutional factors (including good governance ones) help public-private partnerships (PPP…


Learning to co-produce? The perspective of public service professionals

Sanna Tuurnas

– The purpose of this paper is to report on how public service professionals cope with co-production as a way to produce and develop public services.

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