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Administrative reforms are usually implemented for enhancing efficiency, reducing expenditure and improving the quality of public services. External and internal political forces may sometimes prompt reforms. All these factors have been responsible...
This article discusses the arguments for and against the introduction of elected mayors in England, as encouraged in the Local Government Act 2000. It analyses how the government’. mayoral proposals have been diluted in such a way that ‘strong...
This article reviews the findings of a survey undertaken by the authors in 1999 of all local planning authorities in England and Wales to establish current practices and procedures regarding public speaking rights at development control planning...
This article develops several frameworks for the analysis of supply strategies employed for public sector contracts on the basis of a review of the literature on public procurement and supply management. Three approaches to public procurement are...
Unlike public administration systems in many member states, the management of EU programmes has not, until recently, been subject to a radical modernizing agenda. Following the resignation of the Santer Commission in March 1999, a wide ranging...
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