Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Gerry Stoker.|
|LC Classifications||JS3158 .N48 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||98043080|
Foreword: Governance and Networks xii 1 Introduction: The Unintended Costs and Benefits of New Management Reform for British Local Government 1 Gerry Stoker 2 Management Change in Local Governance 22 Vivien Lowndes 3 Letting Managers Manage: Decentralisation and Opting-Out 40 Christopher Pollitt, Johnston Birchall and Keith PutmanCited by: Drawing together research findings from the ESRC Local Governance Programme, The New Management of British Local Governance provides an overarching assessment of the impact of the New Public Management informed by in-depth analysis of the implementation of a range of initiatives in a wide variety of contexts.\" \"This book will be essential. This book presents a detailed analysis of the new management of public services at the local level, drawing on the work of the ESRC Local Governance Programme. The radical transformation of public service delivery is assessed in terms of its overall impact as well as its operation in particular service areas. Efficiency has improved and services have gained a user focus yet the new management Cited by: This book examines the changing nature of local politics, drawing on the latest research from the ESRC Local Governance Programme. Public responses to changes in local governance are covered in depth including new forms of participation and protest.
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