Publication

1 December 2006

The New Public Management: A Perspective for Finance Practitioners

 

This paper’s main objective is to provide an insight for public sector finance practitioners and auditors to the implications of NPM particularly with regard to the financial aspects of the reforms.

 The New Public Management: A Perspective for Finance Practitioners

 

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