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Time, Policy, Management

Governing with the Past

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In this important new book, Christopher Pollitt, one of the leading researchers in public policy and management, argues that we are guilty of neglecting a fundamental dimension of both the practice and study of contemporary public management: that of time. Pollitt traces the character of, and the reasons for, this neglect in his wide-ranging study.
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Norman Flynn, SOAS, University of London This is an extremely well-crafted book, based on a clear and explicit framework and a convincing range of evidence. It deserves a wide readership, both among those academics who claim to have discovered innovations among re-hashed formulas and among practitioners busily engaged in the re-invention of approaches and techniques with a long, if hidden, history

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<br>Christopher Pollitt is one of the leading international researchers in the field of public management and policy. Winner of the 2004 Hans Sigrist International Prize for 'outstanding comparative research in the field of governmental reform' he has published many books and articles, and has also acted as an advisor to national governments, the European Commission, the OECD and the World Bank. Currently Research Professor of Public Management at Leuven, he has previously held professorships at Brunel University and Erasmus University Rotterdam. He is also Editor in Chief of the InternationalReview of Administrative Sciences, and was previously Editor of Public Administration. <br>


Preface; 1. The End of Time?; 2. Timeships: Navigating the Past; 3. History in Action: A Tale of Two Hospitals; 4. Beyond History?; 5. A Broader Perspective; 6. A Toolkit for Time?; 7. Wider Implications for Governments; 8. After All; Appendix A The Brighton-Leuven Project: Change and Continuity in Public Management