Public Management: Expanding the scope of public management

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Stephen P. Osborne
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - 504 pagine
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VOLUME IV EXPANDING THE SCOPE OF PUBLIC
1
SECTION
2
national divergence or global convergence?
9
Globalization and public administration
32
Local urban restructuring as a mirror of globalisation
76
International development management in a globalized world
101
Declining state capacity voluntarism and the globalization
130
Divergent cultures? When public organizations perform well
153
policy partnerships
266
the role of NGO autonomy
296
SECTION C
329
Of market failure voluntary failure and thirdparty
366
the third sector as an intermediate area
383
dream or nightmare?
405
The impact of declining resources and purchase of service
433
towards a theory
447

Decentralization the New Public Management and
198
Why most developing countries should not
217
a focused framework
248
Reformulating Wolfenden? The roles and impact of Local
466
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Stephen P Osborne is Professor of International Public Management in the University of Edinburgh Business School, Scotland. He has worked as an academic for over twenty years and before that had fifteen years experience as a public service professional and manager. Professor Osborne's work over the past twenty years has focused upon three areas - the management of voluntary and non-profit organisations, innovation in public services, and public services reform. He is Director of the Centre for Public services Research in the Business School and Dean for Quality Assurance in the College of Humanities and Social sciences at the University of Edinburgh. He has published extensively in academic journals over his career and edits the journal Public Management Review. He was the founding president of the International Research Society for Public Management. In the past he has been chair of the Public and Nonprofit Division of the Academy of Management, a member of the Executive Board of the Public Management Research Association, and a member of the Steering Group for the Third Sector Special Interest Group of the European Group for Public Administration.

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