Edited by Shaun Goldfinch and Joe L. Wallis
This major Handbook provides a state-of-the-art study of the recent history and future development of international public management reform.
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- International Handbook of Public Management Reform
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- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: The Influence of Economic Theories of Government Failure on Public Management Reform
- Chapter 3: HRM in the Public Sector: Is It Enough?
- Chapter 4: New Public Management and the Politics of Accountability
- Chapter 5: Public Value-Seeking Leadership: Its Nature, Rationale and Development in the Context of Public Management Reform
- Chapter 6: ‘E-Government’: Is it the Next Big Public Sector Trend?
- Chapter 7: Dangerous Enthusiasms and Information Systems Development in the Public Sector
- Chapter 8: Public Management Reform in the United Kingdom: Great Leaps, Small Steps and Policies as Their Own Cause
- Chapter 9: New Zealand: Reforming a New Public Management Exemplar?
- Chapter 10: New Public Management in Australia
- Chapter 11: The Challenge of Renewing Governance in Canada
- Chapter 12: The United States: The Political Context of Administrative Reform
- Chapter 13: French Administrative Reform: Change and Resistance
- Chapter 14: Senior Civil Servants and Bureaucratic Change in Belgium
- Chapter 15: Dynamic Conservatism: The Rise and Evolution of Public Management Reforms in the Netherlands
- Chapter 16: Danish Public Management Reform Before and After NPM
- Chapter 17: Public Management Reform in Norway: Reluctance and Tensions
- Chapter 18: Public Management Reform in Hong Kong
- Chapter 19: Public Sector Management Reform in Japan
- Chapter 20: Conclusion: Is There a Common Thread?
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