International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 35 Issue 1


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The importance of SMEs’ network partners in consortium bidding for public sector tenders

Helen Reijonen, Jani Saastamoinen, Timo Tammi

The aim is to examine the importance small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) see in different network partners regarding successful tendering in public procurement, and…


Structure, governance and challenges of networks in the public sector: the case of the power network in Pakistan

Shabana Naveed, Aisha Azhar

With governance networks as the critical emerging feature of public administration, this article examines the structure, governance and challenges of networks in the…

The tides of agencification: literature development and future directions

Budi Waluyo

This review frames the state of agencification studies to explore the development and results achieved to date (Q1: what has been done?) and identify future directions…

Determinants of network effectiveness: evidence from a benchmarking consortium

Tamara Dimitrijevska-Markoski, Julius A. Nukpezah

The study investigates the perceived network effectiveness of the Florida Benchmarking Consortium (FBC). It also examines the impact of network coordination, longevity of…

Thank you for sharing! How knowledge sharing and information availability affect public employees’ job satisfaction

Caroline Fischer, Matthias Döring

This study aims to examine the impact of job-related knowledge sharing on information availability and job satisfaction for information-receiving employees in the public…

Procurement professionals' perceptions of skills and attributes of procurement negotiators: a cross-sectional survey in Tanzania

Leonada Raphael Mwagike, Ismail Abdi Changalima

This paper analyzes procurement negotiators' skills and attributes by considering perceptions of procurement professionals in Tanzania.

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