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Quality, Innovation and Measurement in the Public Sector, Beiträge zur Politikwissenschaft, Bd. 64

  • Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt a.M./Berlin/Bern/New York/Paris/Wien 1996. 301 Seiten. DM 89,- ISBN 3-631-48987-0 In most OECD countries, public organizations have made first experiences with quality management, performance measurement and innovations. So far, however, little efforts have been made to assess the results of these pilot projects. This book tries to address this issue in a customer-oriented way. It is the result of the 4th International Speyer Workshop at the Research Institute of Public Administration in 1994. The first part of the volume gives a comprehensive survey of new developments in quality management and performance measurement in the British, Belgian, Austrian, Finnish and German public administration. The second part focuses on the role of innovations in the public sector. Experts from Canada report the findings of empirical research about the impetus and obstacles to innovations. Other papers discuss the diffusion of administrative innovations and organizational learning in the case of IT innovations.

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Place of publication:Frankfurt a.M./Berlin/Bern/New York/Paris/ Wien
Editor:Hermann Hill, Helmut Klages, Elke Löffler
Document Type:Book
Language:German
Year of Completion:1996
Publishing Institution:Deutsches Forschungsinstitut für öffentliche Verwaltung
Release Date:2016/06/16
Out of Print?:Nein
Documents of the German Research Institute for Public Administration (FÖV):Selbständige Verlagsveröffentlichungen