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In the 1980s and 1990s in both Britain and America computerisation of patient data led to a raft of comparative performance indicators. The 'information revolution' began with measures of efficiency (or outputs, such as bed usage and length of...
Two dominant discourses have been identified as underpinning the restructuring of public sector organisations - the New Right ideology (free markets, customer sovereignty, individualism) and the 'post-modernism' position emphasising change,...
The recent White Paper, 'Modern Local Government: In Touch with the People' summarised Labour's project to modernise local government and to renew local democracy. Through the mediating concepts of accountability, responsiveness and representation,...
This study examines the management and development of Scottish local authority anti-poverty strategies. Whilst studies of anti-poverty strategies have been carried out within England and Wales, nothing of the same depth has been conducted in...
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