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Volume 26, Number 4, October 1998

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pp. 385-386(2)
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The Private Sector and the NHS: the case of capital developments in primary healthcare
pp. 387-399(13)
Authors: Glendinning, Caroline; Bailey, Jackie

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Good Medicine? A case study of business process re-engineering in a hospital
pp. 401-415(15)
Authors: Packwood, Tim; Pollitt, Christopher; Roberts, Simon

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Devolution and Economic Development in France
pp. 417-437(21)
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Training Without the State? New Labour and labour markets
pp. 439-455(17)
Authors: King, Desmond; Wickham-Jones, Mark

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The Judiciary in the 1990s: guardian of the welfare state?
pp. 457-470(14)
Author: Woodhouse, Diana

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'Things can only get Better': expectations and the welfare state
pp. 471-476(6)
Author: Taylor-Gooby, Peter

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A Reply to 'Things Can Only Get Better'
pp. 477-478(2)
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