Consultocracy and its discontents: A critical typology and a call for a research agenda

@article{Ylnen2019ConsultocracyAI,
  title={Consultocracy and its discontents: A critical typology and a call for a research agenda},
  author={Matti Yl{\"o}nen and H. Kuusela},
  journal={Governance},
  year={2019},
  volume={32},
  pages={241-258}
}
Funding information Ella ja Georg Ehrnroothin Säätiö; Koneen Säätiö In the past few decades, many sector-specific case studies have been conducted on the use of consultants in the public sector. However, the overall picture of the qualitative changes facilitated by consultants remains fragmented, and a comprehensive framework on how “consultocracy” affects governance is lacking. This article shows how the increased use of consultants has impacted the operational logics of public administration… Expand

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