International Public Management Network (IPMN)

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Vol. 1, No. 1

Integrating the New Public Management and the New Political Economy
Lessons from the New Public Management in Commonwealth Nations
New Public Management Reform in New Zealand: The Collective Strategy Phase
Public Management and the Learning Organization

Vol. 1, No. 2

A Contractual Framework for New Public Management Theory
Education and Training for New Public Management
Obstacles to the Administrative Modernization Process in Germany 
Relationships Between Government Size and Economic Growth
The New Public Management Paradigm and the Search for Democratic Accountability

Vol. 2, No. 1

Book review: Class, Tax, & Power: Municipal Budgeting in the United States
Book review: Creating Public Value: Strategic Management in Government
Book review: Regulatory Realities: The Implementation and Impact of Industrial Environmental Regulation
Book review: The Management and Reform of Japanese Government, 2nd edition
Erratum
Inefficiency in Public Organizations
Learning from the Pioneers: Modernizing Local Government. Part One
Once More into Surplus: Reforming Expenditure Management in Australia and Canada
Reinventing  Government: The Israeli Exception
The Interface Management Frontier: Modernizing Local Government. Part Three.
The New Public Mangement and it's Critics
The Strategic Management Challenge: Modernizing Local Government. Part Two

Vol. 2, No. 2

Book review: An Operational Approach to Policy Analysis: The Craft: Prescriptions for Better Analysis
Book review: The Art of the State: Culture, Rhetoric, and Public Management Book review: Unmasking Administrative Evil
Don't Try This at Home?
A New Zealand Approach to Public Mangement Reform in Mongolia
From Managerial Reform to Democratic Reformation: Towards a Deliberative Public Administration
How To Argue About  The New Public Mangement
International Public Management Network Symposium on Administratives Philosophies and Management Practice
Privatization and Corruption: Patronage vs. Spoils
Trends in Training Public Managers: A Report on a Commonwealth Seminar Useful to Whom?
Public Management Research, Social Science, and the Standpoint Problem
Using Organization Theory to Understand International Organizations: Four Models of Multilateral Decision Making

Vol. 3, No. 1

Book Review: Governing in the Round: Strategies for Holistic Government
Effectiveness: the next frontier in New Zealand
Getting better but feeling worse? Public sector reform in New Zealand
New Zealand experience with public management reform — or why the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
Paradoxes of public-sector managerialism, old public management and public service bargains
Performance reporting for accountability purposes: lessons, issues, future
Public management reform and lessons from experience in New Zealand
Quality in public management: the customer perspective
Symposium on public management reform in New Zealand: Reflections on the international public management network/Victoria  
     University workshop
The challenge of evaluating systemic change: the case of public management reform

Vol. 3, No. 2

Best-practice cases reconsidered from an international perspective
Book review: Decentralising Public Sector Management
Book review: Defending Government: Why Big Government Works
Managing for inclusion: balancing control and participation
New Public Management in Swiss municipalities
Responsibility budgeting and accounting
The New Public Management: a bibliographical essay for Latin American (and other) scholars

Vol. 4, No. 1

Book review: Innovating with Integrity. How Local Heroes are Transforming American Government
Book review: New Public Management
Letting and making managers manage: the effect of control systems on management action in New Zealand’s central government
Managing airports: a test of the New Public Management
Origin and theoretical basis of New Public Management
Public management in Russia: changes and inertia
The diffusion of managerial innovations: a comparison of Australian public and private sector take-up rates of new organizational 
      practices

Vol. 4, No. 2

Book review: Missing Organizational Linkage: Tools for Cross-Level Research
Getting Agencies to Work Together: The Practice and Theory of Managerial Craftsmanship
Public management of hybrid organizations: governance of quasi-autonomous executive agencies
Reply: letter to the editor
Star wars: voyaging into the unknown
The management reform agenda, 2001–2010: a report to the PriceWaterhouseCoopers endowment for the business of government
The new public management: context and practice in Africa

Vol. 5, No. 1

A comparative analysis of the development of performance-based management systems in Dutch and Norwegian local government
Is innovation a question of will or opportunity? The case of three governments
Research methodology for New Public Management
The influence of neomanagerialsm on reform of the Chilean civil service

Vol. 6, No. 1

BOOK REVIEW: GUIDANCE FOR GOVERNANCE: COMPARING ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF PUBLIC POLICY ADVICE by R. Kent     
     Weaver and Paul B. Stares, Eds.
BOOK REVIEW: PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT IN NEW ZEALAND: LESSONS AND CHALLENGES by Graham Scott
BOOK Reviews: CORRUPT CITIES: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO CURE AND PREVENTION by Robert Klitgaard, Ronald MacLean-     
     Aboroa, and H. Lindsey Parris
MANAGING UGANDA’S HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC: LINKING PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION THEORY TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
NEW ZEALAND'S RESPONSIBILITY BUDGETING AND ACCOUNTING SYSTEM AND ITS STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: A COMMENT ON
     JONES AND THOMPSON (2000)
RETHINKING ACCOUNTABILITY IN EDUCATION: HOW SHOULD WHO HOLD WHOM ACCOUNTABLE FOR WHAT?
THE ROLE OF BUDGET REFORM IN THE ACCOUNTABILITY OF POLISH AND UKRAINIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Vol. 6, No. 2

ASSESSING INTERNATIONAL FISCAL AND MONETARY TRANSPARENCY: THE ROLE OF STANDARDS, KNOWLEDGE
     MANAGEMENT AND PROJECT DESIGN
BOOK REVIEW: GOVERNANCE IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD BY JOSEPH D. NYE AND JOHN D. DONAHUE, EDS.
BOOK REVIEW: HOLDING THE STATE TO ACCOUNT: CITIZEN MONITORING IN ACTION BY SAMUEL PAUL
IPMN SYMPOSIUM ON PERFORMANCE BUDGETING AND THE POLITICS OF REFORM
Perceived reputation and alliance building in the public and private sectors
RISK, REFORM AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE: THE CASE OF IRS TAX SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION
THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONTRACTING IN THE CONTEXT OF INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT IN THE UK: THE CASE OF THE
     PRIVATE FINANCE INITIATIVE IN THE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIAN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES: CONDITIONS FOR SUCCESSFUL
     IMPLEMENTATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE

Vol. 6, No. 3

Introduction: the process dynamics of public management policymaking
Public management policy change in Brazil: 1995-1998
Public management policy change in Mexico, 1982-2000
Public management policy change in the United States during the Clinton era
Public management policymaking in Spain, 1982-1996: Policy entrepreneurship and (in)opportunity windows
Reform, routines and capacity building: Civil service policy change in Thailand 1991-1992

Vol. 7, No. 1

BOOK REVIEW: HANDBOOK OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, Edited by B. GUY PETERS AND JON PIERRE
BOOK REVIEW: REENGINEERING HEALTH CARE THE COMPLEXITIES OF ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSFORMATION By Terry McNulty
     and Ewan Ferlie
DEVELOPMENT FINANCE, GOVERNANCE AND CONDITIONALITY: POLITICS MATTER
MODERNIZATION THE TEN COMMITMENTS OF NEW LABOUR’S APPROACH TO PUBLIC MANAGEMENT?
PUBLIC MANAGEMENT POLICY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN LATIN AMERICA: PERFORMANCE-ORIENTED
     BUDGETING IN COLOMBIA, MEXICO, AND VENEZUELA (1994-2000) 
TOWARD A POLITICAL ECONOMY APPROACH TO POLICY-BASED LENDING
VOLUNTARILY REPORTING PERFORMANCE MEASURES TO THE PUBLIC: A TEST OF ACCOUNTING REPORTS FROM U.S. CITIES

Vol. 7, No. 2

EMERGING TRENDS IN DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT: TENSION AND COMPLEXITY IN THE CONTINUING SEARCH FOR
     SOLUTIONS
GOOD GOVERNANCE, CLIENTELISM, AND PATRIMONIALISM: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON OLD PROBLEMS
IS EMPOWERMENT POSSIBLE UNDER A NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT? SOME LESSONS FROM INDIA
MANAGING DEVELOPMENT: NGO PERSPECTIVES?
PERFORMANCE-BASED FOREIGN ASSISTANCE THROUGH THE MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE ACCOUNT: SUSTAINED ECONOMIC
     GROWTH AS THE OBJECTIVE QUALIFYING CRITERION
PREFACE TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE ON EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT
REVIEW ESSAY: RE-FORMING THE STATE: GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS AND THE CREDIBILITY OF ECONOMIC POLICY
THE MISSING LINK: CREATING MUTUAL DEPENDENCIES BETWEEN THE POOR AND THE STATE

Vol. 7, No. 3

ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE IN THE ASIA PACIFIC: APPLYING THE POLITICAL NEXUS TRIAD
ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM IN BANGLADESH: THREE DECADES OF FAILURE
ADMINISTRATIVE STYLES AND REGULATORY REFORM: INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON
     ADMINISTRATIVE BEHAVIOR
ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR REFORM OF U.S. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
BOOK REVIEW: FOR THE PEOPLE: CAN WE FIX PUBLIC SERVICE? BY John D. Donahue and Joseph S. Nye, Jr., eds.
BOOK REVIEW: GOVERNING AS GOVERNANCE by Jan Kooiman
BOOK REVIEW: THE EXECUTIVE AGENCY REVOLUTION IN WHITEHALL: PUBLIC INTEREST VERSUS BUREAU-SHAPING
     PERSPECTIVES by Oliver James
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL INTELLIGENCE: ADAPTING THE BALANCED SCORECARD IN LARVIK
     MUNICIPALITY
POLITICAL LIFE AND INTERVENTION LOGIC: RELEARNING OLD LESSONS?
RISK COMMUNICATION AND MANAGEMENT IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

Vol. 8, No. 1

BOOK REVIEW: PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE: STRATEGIC PLANNING IN THE U.S. AIR FORCE by Michael Barzelay and Colin
     Campbell
BOOK REVIEW: REINVENTING LEVIATHAN: THE POLITICS OF ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM IN DEVELOPING
     COUNTRIES by Ben Ross Schneider and Blanca Heredia
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
MAPPING THE FIELD OF QUASI-AUTONOMOUS ORGANIZATIONS IN FRANCE AND ITALY
OBEDIENT SERVANTS? MANAGEMENT FREEDOMS AND ACCOUNTABILITIES IN THE NEW ZEALAND PUBLIC SECTOR by Richard
     Norman
PUBLIC SECTOR INNOVATION FOR THE MANAGERIAL AND THE POST-MANAGERIAL ERA: PROMISES AND REALITIES IN A
     GLOBALIZING PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
REVIEW ESSAY: THE UNITED NATIONS AS A MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATION
SHOULD MANAGERS WALK AROUND OR WALK AWAY? PERCEPTIONS ABOUT AND EXPECTATIONS TOWARDS MANAGEMENT IN
     PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS
THE CITY OF LEIPZIG AS A EUROPEAN SUCCESS STORY IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
THE CONTENDING PERSPECTIVES ON PUBLIC MANAGEMENT: A PHILOSOPHICAL INVESTIGATION

Vol. 8, No. 2

CANADA'S UPSIDE-DOWN WORLD OF PUBLIC-SECTOR ETHICS
CODES OF CONDUCT FOR PUBLIC OFFICIALS IN EUROPE: COMMON LABEL, DIVERGENT PURPOSES
COMPARING SYSTEMS OF ETHICS REGULATION
ETHICAL POLITICAL CONDUCT AND FIDELITY TO THE DEMOCRATIC ETHOS
JUNE PALLOT AWARD FOR BEST ARTICLE IN THE
     INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, VOLUME 7
JUNE PALLOT: A VOICE OF REASON
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
MANAGERIAL LEADERSHIP AND THE ETHICAL IMPORTANCE OF LEGACY
PATH DEPENDENCE AND SELF-REINFORCING PROCESSES IN THE REGULATION OF ETHICS IN POLITICS: TOWARD A
     FRAMEWORK FOR COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS FOR POLITICIANS?
REVIEW ESSAY: BUDGETING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE by Jerry L. McCaffery and L.R. Jones
     BUDGETING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT by Jerry L. McCaffery and L.R. Jones 
THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF ETHICS LAWS
VALEDICTORY EDITORIAL