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116 FERLIE [F] FERLIE, Ewan Balfour b. 3 May 1956, Leamington Spa, England. Employment history Res. Assoc., Res. Fellow, Personal Social Services Res. Unit, Univ. Kent, 1979–83, 1983–86; Sr Res. Fellow, Principal Res. Fellow, Personal Chair, Centre Corporate Strategy and Change, Univ. Warwick, 1986– 89, 1989–96, 1996–97; Prof. Public Services Mgmt, Imperial Coll. Mgmt Sch., London, UK, 1997–. Degrees received MA, MSc, Univ. Oxford; PhD, Univ. Kent. Ofﬁces held Natl Methodology Panel, Dept Health R&D Directorate. Editorial duties Assoc. Ed., Brit. J Mgmt. Consultancy work Audit Commission, NHS Executive, West Midlands. Principal ﬁelds of interest HCA; PNS; OMT. Chief publications Books: 1. Shaping Strategic Change (with A. Pettigrew, L. McKee) (Sage, 1992); 2. Managing Crisis and Change in Health Care (with C. Bennett) (Open Univ. Press, 1994); 3. The New Public Management in Action (with L. Ashburner, L. Fitzgerald, A. Pettigrew) (OUP, 1996). Articles: 1. ‘Understanding change in the NHS’ (with A. Pettigrew, L. McKee), Public Admin., 1988; 2. ‘The creation and evolution of quasi markets in the public sector’, Strategic Mgmt J., 1992; 3. ‘The response to AIDS by British Health Authorities’, in V. Berridge, P. Strong (eds), AIDS and Contemporary History (CUP, 1993, 203–23); 4. ‘Corporate governance and the public sector’ (with L. Ashburner, L. FitzGerald), Public Admin., 1995; 5. ‘The nature and transformation of corporate headquarters’ (with A. Pettigrew), J. Mgmt Studies, 1996; 6. ‘Managing through networks’ (with A. Pettigrew), Brit. J. Mgmt, 1996; 7. ‘Going to market: changing patterns...
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