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As a creature of Statue, British local government is subject to constant change emanating from a superior constitutional source: central government. Much of the change that is imposed upon local government because of the need for governing...
The paper draws on exploratory research on non-executives of NHS Health Boards in Scotland. The research investigated the gender imbalance which exists in public appointments and whether this results in a gendered phenomenon of health policy. The...
This article considers the background to one of the projects in the UK Economic and Social Research Council's Public Services Programme: a major; three-year investigation of how health inequalities are being framed for intervention at a local level...
The ‘new public management’ (NPM) promised a revolution in the way executive politicians control public services. This article looks at the effects of NPM forns on political control, especially ‘arms-length’ executive agencies, contracting with...
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