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This article is abridged from Lord Bruce-Gardyne's account of his experience as a Treasury Minister published in 1986 under the title Ministers and Mandarins. It is valuable as another Ministerial account of life ‘on the inside’. It is also valuable as a contribution which is based on the...
This article looks at the changed role of the OMB in American budget making. It argues for the re-establishment of a powerful but comparatively non partisan office.
In Britain and the USA, non-profit and charitable organizations have become increasingly important wit/h respect to their role in urban community activity. Governments on both sides of the Atlantic have recognized the value of n)on-profits in promoting community involvement in local initiatives...
This article considers the role of Government in the support of high technology innovation. In particular it draws attention to the difference between Governmental relations with large firms and small firms. It argues that while rhetoric might give prominence to the support of small companies,...
This is the second of a pair of articles on the role of the courts in shaping British public policy. The first article, in the previous issue of this journal, dealt with the British courts. This article examines how British public policy is shaped by two quite distinct systems of law and courts;...
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