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Organized by Deborah Wilson, this conference was co-funded by the Public Services Programme and the Centre for Market and Public Organisation. It took place on Friday 30 April 2010 at The Bristol Institute of Public Affairs.
How public services are managed, and how their management affects public service outcomes, will come under increasing scrutiny as budgets are squeezed through the 2010s by national and local governments. This one-day workshop considered evidence on the effects of alternative management practices across a range of public service contexts, including hospitals, children’s services and not-for-profit organisations.
- Rhys Andrews and George Boyne (Cardiff Business School) - Local Government Reorganisation and Public Service Performance: Does the Process Affect the Product?
- Graeme Currie (Notthingham University Business School) and Leroy White (University of Bristol) – Organising and managing for the delivery of joined up public services: A general analysis & a specific example of children’s services
- Carol Propper (University of Bristol and Imperial College London) – The Impact of Competition on Management Practices in Public Hospitals
- Sarah Smith (University of Bristol) – Measuring management quality in not-for-profit organisations
Further details, including Powerpoint presentations are available on the CMPO website.