Public Policy and Management
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- 17/2001 - Commitment to Civil Service Reform in Swaziland - Willy McCourt
- 16/2001 - Why Civil Service Reforms Fail - Charles Polidano
- 15/2000 - Should Flawed Models of Public Management be Exported?: Issues and Practices - Martin Minogue
- 14/1999 - Power to the People?: Good Governance and the Reshaping of the State - Martin Minogue
- 13/1999 - The New Public Management in Developing Countries - Charles Polidano
- 12/1999 - Measuring Public Sector Capacity - Charles Polidano
- 11/1999 - 'An Exocet in a Red Box': Competing Avenues of Accountability in the Sandline Affair - Charles Polidano
- 10/1998 - Towards a Strategic Model of Employment Reform in Developing Countries: Explaining and Remedying Experience to Date - Willy McCourt
- 9/1998 - Don't Discard State Autonomy: Revisiting the East Asian Experience of Development - Charles Polidano
- 8/1998 - The New Public Selection?: Competing Approaches to the Development of the Public Service Commission of Nepal - Willy McCourt
- 7/1998 - Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in China: Recent Trends and Current Policy Issues - John Henley, Colin Kirkpatrick, Georgina Wilde
- 6/1998 - Is Good Governance a Universal Value? - Martin Minogue
- 5/1998 - Regulating the Water Industry: Swimming Against the Tide, or Going Through the Motions? - Richard Schofield, Jean Shaoul
- 4/1998 - Changing the State: Concepts and Practice in the Reform of the Public Sector - Martin Minogue
- 3/1997 - Privatisation: Trends and Future Policy - Paul Cook and Colin Kirkpatrick
- 2/1997 - The Toothless and the Muzzled: Public Accountability, Public Expenditure Management and Governance in Sri Lanka - David Hulme, Nimal Sanderatne
- 1/1997 - The Bureaucrat Who Fell Under a Bus: Ministerial Responsibility, Executive Agencies and the Derek Lewis Affair in Britain - Charles Polidano