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Integrative leadership for collaborative governance: Civic engagement in Seattle
This article distills concepts and tools from the literatures on civic engagement, collaborative management, and conflict resolution into a parsimonious framework of tactics and constructs forExpand
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Measuring Accountability for Results in Interagency Collaboratives
This article examines the intersection of two types of innovations that are increasingly common in public administration—accountability for results and interagency collaboration. Recent scholarshipExpand
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Public Housing Authorities Under Devolution
Problem: Local public housing authorities (PHAs) in the United States face a different set of mandates and opportunities today than they did before 1980; PHA financing and program authority are moreExpand
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"Virtual" Health Care Organizations and the Challenges of Improving Quality
  • Stephen Page
  • Business, Medicine
  • Health care management review
  • 1 January 2003
This article examines the challenges of improving health care quality continuously within and across "virtual" provider organizations such as independent practice associations and physician-hospitalExpand
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This article proposes ways to assess the public value that cross-sector collaborations produce. It introduces a framework featuring three dimensions of public value – democratic accountability,Expand
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What's New about the New Public Management? Administrative Change in the Human Services
Interpretations of the emergence of the New Public Management are split. The champions of the movement present it as a new administrative paradigm that departs sharply from past thinking andExpand
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The Web of Managerial Accountability
This article examines how government reinvention affects the accountability of public managers to different stakeholders by comparing the reinvention of federal welfare, education, and environmentalExpand
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The Changing Role of Public Housing Authorities in the Affordable Housing Delivery System
As the great recession began, public housing authorities (PHAs) were just beginning to experience the full effects of neoliberal policy implementation and devolution. Using 13 case studies of theExpand
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Building Supply in Thin Markets: Districts’ Efforts to Promote the Growth of Autonomous Schools
For well over three decades, policy analysts have preached the virtues of vouchers, tradeable permits and contracts to harness market forces to achieve public goals. At the same time, with unfetteredExpand
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