International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 6 Issue 2


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A General Critique of the Theory on Public Enterprise: Part I

Douglas Sikorski

There is no general theory of public enterprise, and the miscellanyof separate theorizations on the subject has created a conceptualquagmire. Examines the rather confusing…

Restructuring of Hong Kong Telecom: A Case Study

Stephen C. Yam, Joyce Chan, Samuel Chiu, Esther Sam, Phoebe W. Yam

Examines the restructuring of Hong Kong Telecom Ltd with respect toits two subsidiaries: Hong Kong Telecommunication International Ltd andHong Kong Telephone Company Ltd…

Gender Sensitivity in Public Management Education in Africa

Victor Ayeni

The focus on women and gender‐related issues is clearly one of themost important concerns of development administration today. Againstthis background, examines the problem…

A Case of Arrested Development? Some Consequences of Inadequate Management in the British Police

Stephen Ackroyd

The unreflective adoption and use of technology by the police,combined with inadequate management, have helped to cause decline in therelations between the police and the…

An Enterprising Department

John Lloyd

Change, enterprise and external funding are major factors in publicsector management in many parts of the world. The situation facingmanagers in the British education…

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