Public Service Efficiency

Public Service Efficiency

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The current economic and political climate places ever greater pressure on public organizations to deliver services in a cost-efficient way. This book examines the topic of public service efficiency from a wide lens; examining theories and evidence relating to technical, allocative, distributive and dynamic efficiencies, rather than the simplistic input to output ratio of recent years.corporations to deliver services free of direct political control at both the local and central levels. ... Budget autonomy, in turn, is thought to empower managers to cut costs. ... Ferrari (2006), however, indicates that the establishment of a purchasera¬Ä¬ďprovider split had no detectable effect on the efficiency of Scottish hospitals.

Title:Public Service Efficiency
Author: Rhys Andrews, Tom Entwistle
Publisher:Routledge - 2014-01-03

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