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The British version of the Ombudsman has remained essentially the same since its introduction in 1967. The changes in public administration under the Thatcher-Major governments and the constitutional reforms of the Blair government have provided a...
This article adopts a relativist philosophical stance reviewing alternative conceptualisations of ‘accountability in public administration’. It evaluates traditional, democratic, professional, managerialist, governance, regulatory and rational...
Neighbourhoods in the UK are set to play an increasingly important role as one element of an emergent multi-level system of governance. The focus on neighbourhoods is important because it is at this level that key concerns about the role of the...
Just over a decade ago Hudson (1987) noted that inter-agency working was ‘in vogue’. Today is it a central feature of the work of all professionals, whatever sector they occupy. Indeed, recent government policy documents seem to promote closer ties...
This article seeks to investigate the attitudes and approaches adopted by UK civil servants as they undergo Europeanisation processes and accommodate the demands arising from membership of the European Union, a supranational tier of governance....
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