The New Public Management: Canada in Comparative Perspective


Peter Aucoin
1995 | 277 pages

At a time when the Canadian government is downsizing, downloading and trying to restructure, it would do well to look at the Westminster systems of Australia, Great Britain and New Zealand, which have led the way in developing new public management. The author examines and compares the experiences of these governments and applies them to the Government of Canada’s management of the public sector.

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