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ISBN:
0415233801
Author:
Stephen P. Osborne
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge (December 29, 2001)
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2210 pages
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This comprehensive five volume set examines the relationships between public and private sector management in terms of both classical management theory and the new public management that emerged in the 1980s and 1990s. While the collection concentrates on articles from the last twenty years, some historical pieces are also included, and a detailed index is also provided. Individual volume introductions as well as a general introduction place the articles in their historical context, making this an invaluable public management reference.

Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. Global Business is changing at an ever-faster rate. This has been paralleled by an unprecedented growth of activity at undergraduate and graduate levels of study

Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. This has been paralleled by an unprecedented growth of activity at undergraduate and graduate levels of study. Each set has a strong international focus and is supplemented with a substantial introduction and thorough index.

Routledge Published December 13, 2001 Reference - 2210 Pages ISBN 9780415233804 - CAT RU21264 Series: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. Select Format: Hardback.

Stephen Osborne is Chair of International Public Management at the University .

Stephen Osborne is Chair of International Public Management at the University of Edinburgh Business School. Stephen Osborne had fifteen years’ experience of working as a social work practitioner and manager before moving to work in the higher education sector in 1990.

In business management, the critical issue is identifying those activities that are drivers of value. One of the indicators stakeholders are interested in is return on equity (ROE). For managers, it is important to identify those activities that affect its growth or decline. Transferring business management between generations is one of the most critical steps in transitioning the business from an older generation to a younger generation. Having said that, in numerous instances, this step is given little thought.

The new public governance? ‘Stephen Osborne is to be. .

The new public governance? ‘Stephen Osborne is to be congratulated for assembling an impressive array of contributors and producing a text which makes a major contribution to the debates about this emerging paradigm.

This collection documents the rise of the modern theory of the firm during the last two to three decades. It reprints classic writings from a diversity of perspectives.

Stephen P Osborne is Professor of International Public Management in the University of Edinburgh Business School, Scotland. He has worked as an academic for over twenty years and before that had fifteen years experience as a public service professional and manager. Professor Osborne's work over the past twenty years has focused upon three areas - the management of voluntary and non-profit organisations, innovation in public services, and public services reform

Stephen P. Osborne) Part I: Theoretical Perspectives on Public . Osborne is to be congratulated for assembling an impressive array of contributors and producing a text which makes a major.

Stephen P. Osborne) Part I: Theoretical Perspectives on Public Governance 2. Global Perspectives on Governance (Patricia Kennett) 3. Meta-Governance and Public Management (B. Guy Peters) 4. Innovations in Governance (Mark Moore and Jean Hartley) 5. Governance and Governability (Jan Kooiman) 6. Does Governance Exist? . Osborne is to be congratulated for assembling an impressive array of contributors and producing a text which makes a major contribution to the debates about this emerging paradigm.

Since the 1980s, the public sector throughout the Western industrialized world, the transitional economies of Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America and South East Asia has undergone major changes. The main thrust of these changes has been to bring public sector management practices closer to those of the private sector. This raises the question of how far public and private sector management are comparable.

This comprehensive five volume set examines the relationships between public and private sector management in terms of both classical management theory and the new public management that emerged in the 1980s and 1990s. While the collection concentrates on articles from the last twenty years, some historical pieces are also included, and a detailed index is also provided. Individual volume introductions as well as a general introduction place the articles in their historical context, making this aninvaluable public management reference.