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Rethinking the Reform Question
In this comprehensive and very wide ranging collection of papers from specific countries across the globe, a group of eminent and capable academics in the fields of public administration, policy and management draw on a vast amount of theoretical, empirical and comparative data to provide an up to date and timely collection of work aiming to explain the underpinning currents of the public sector reform phenomenon. Most of the research is based on empirical case material from some of the CARICOM countries, but one of the book's key strengths is the keen location of findings on firm theoretical foundations, backed up with existing comparative data from other parts of the globe.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-ix(9)

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The Challenge of Institutional Reform
pp. 1-23(23)
Authors: Caiden, Gerald E.; Caiden, Naomi J.

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Public Sector Reform in Jamaica
pp. 46-78(33)
Author: Osei, Philip D.

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New Public Sector Reform in Trinidad and Tobago
pp. 131-157(27)
Author: Bissessar, Ann Marie

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Audit Committees and Globalization: Spontaneous Convergence Versus Regulatory Fiat
pp. 220-262(43)
Authors: Bowrin, Anthony R.; Gribbin, Donald

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Free Content Supplementary material
pp. 263-268(6)

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