International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 8 Issue 6


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Strategic issues for higher education strategists in the UK: A political contingency perspective

Sarah Richardson, Sonny Nwankwo, Bill Richardson

Aims to provide a clear rationale as to why customer responsivenessis an essential aspect of an organizational system, focusingspecifically on higher education (HE…


The efficacy of information systems in the public sector: Issues of context and culture

Raymond A. Hackney, Neil K. McBride

In recent years local authorities and hospitals within the UK havebeen subjected to substantial change, which has resulted in an explosionin the use of information systems…


Performance evaluation in the Australian public sector: The role of management and cost accounting control systems

Patricia Evans, Sheila Bellamy

At all levels of the Australian public sector, cost constraints,coupled with the adoption of a total quality culture and associatedperformance evaluation techniques, have…


State control and performance evaluation: the case of a state‐owned enterprise in China

Kin Cheung Liu

Attempts to draw a picture on the current practices of performanceevaluation of state‐owned enterprises in China by using a case study inShanghai. Finds that aggregate…


Managing the public sector in Botswana: Some emerging constraints and the administrative reform responses

Kempe Ronald Hope

In contrast to the past record, there are now significant indications and evidence which suggest that public sector management in Botswana is being constrained by a…

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