Corpus ID: 1747210

THE “ NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT ” IN THE 1980 s : VARIATIONS ON A THEME

@inproceedings{Hood2003THEN,
  title={THE “ NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT ” IN THE 1980 s : VARIATIONS ON A THEME},
  author={Christopher C. Hood},
  year={2003}
}
Changes in public sector accow~ting in a number of OECD countries over the 198Bs were central to the rise of the “New Public Mulaganent” (NPM) and its asso&md doctrks of public accoumabihty and organizitiooal best practice. lhis paper d&uases theriseofNPMuulalvmativetothetnditionofpuMic accountabilityembodiedin pmgmssive-era public admin&ra&n ideas. It argues that, in spite of allegations ofintem?tionalintionurdtheadoptionofanewgiobalp;udigminpuMic mylaganent,d==w= considerable variation in the… Expand

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