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New development: Policy tsars—Whitehall's expert advisers revealed

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The number of tsars in government acting as external experts has been steadily growing. Policy tsars are mostly businessmen and retired public servants. They are left free to work as they wish, so their practices vary greatly. In consequence, issues of propriety (since these are public appointments) and effectiveness (since they advise ministers very directly) arise.
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Keywords: Effectiveness; expertise; outsourcing; propriety; tsar

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2013-01-01

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