|Title:||New Public Management|
|Description:||The aim of this volume is to assess where we stand in the disciplines of public administration and public management against the background of recent public sector developments, at the end of the twentieth century. Focusing upon the theory of new public management (NPM) and relating it to other established approaches, I attempt to formulate a synthesis of NPM that is appropriate to the public sector of today.|
|Appears in Collections:||Public Administration & Development Management|
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