About the Award
The International Public Management Network created the June Pallot Award for best article published annually in the International Public Management Journal with emphasis on public sector accounting, accountability, and finance, after her death in 2004. June Pallot served as associate editor of IPMJ beginning in 2000. Her career is an inspiration to all. She took part in and then conducted research and published on New Zealand’s public sector financial management reforms for more than two decades. Her interest in public sector financial management issues preceded 1984, the year New Zealand commenced an extreme and rapid period of economic and public sector reform, and continued until her death from cancer on 5 November 2004 at the age of fifty-one.
Her research on public sector financial management, and New Zealand’s public sector financial management reforms in particular, was both prodigious and insightful. June Pallot had a vibrant personality and a great sense of humor. She supported and cared for others, and she always exhibited graciousness and optimism. Her death is a great loss to the academic world. Beyond her professional accomplishments, for many, June’s death means the loss of a dear friend. A collection of her best known works edited by her close colleague Susan Newberry was published in 2006, The Legacy of June Pallot.
Chan Su Jung:
“Organizational Goal Ambiguity and Performance: Conceptualization, Measurement, and Relationships”
IPMJ Volume 14, Issue 2, Pages 193-217.
“Better Performance with Performance Budgeting? Analyzing Cases of Success and Failure in Public Administrations”
IPMJ Volume 13, Issue 4, Pages 408 – 428.
Vincente Pina, Lourdes Torres and Sonia Royo:
“Is E-Government Promoting Convergence Towards More Accountable Local Governments?”
IPMJ Volume 13, Issue 4, Pages 350 – 380.
“The Effects of Performance Information on Public Resource Allocations: A Study of Chile’s Performance-Based Budgeting System”
IPMJ Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 450 – 483.
Christopher Hood and Ruth Dixon with Craig Beeston:
“Rating the Rankings: Assessing International Rankings of Public Service Performance”
Volume 11, Issue 3, Pages 298-328.
“Does Aid Dependence Worsen Governance?”
Volume 10, Issue 3, Pages 259-286
David Ortiz Rodriguez, Andrés Navarro Galera and Antonio M. López Hernández:
“Consensus Among Public Managers as Strategy for Standardization of Performance Indicators”
Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 371-398
Pascal Courty, Carolyn Heinrich and Gerald Marschke:
“Setting The Standard in Performance Measurement Systems”
Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 321-347
Perri 6 and Edward Peck:
“Modernization: The Ten Commandments of New Labour’s Approach to Public Management”
Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 1-18