1 edition of New managerialism interconnecting economy, society and governance found in the catalog.
New managerialism interconnecting economy, society and governance
|Statement||edited byProfessor Masudul Alam Choudhury.|
|Series||Managerial Finance -- vol. 25 no3/4|
|Contributions||Choudhury, Masudul Alam.|
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managerialism to entrepreneurialism in urban governance and seeks to show how mechanisms of inter-urban competition shape outcomes and generate macroeconomic consequences. The rela-tions between urban change and economic development are the-reby brought into focus in a period characterised by considerable economic and political instability. Management and Organization in the New Economy aware that people are the authors of their own society. In literature and the arts, the constant themes are those of love, grief, death, fear, hope and life itself. a fourth reason why attention has to be paid to internal governance is that The new economy. G OVERNANCE (The.
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Managerialism, on one level, involves belief in the value of professional managers and of the concepts and methods they use. Contemporary writers on management such as Thomas Diefenbach associate managerialism with scholars have also linked managerialism to control, to accountability and measurement, and to an ideologically determined belief in the importance of tightly-managed.
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main assumption of our book is that since economy, society and organizations are intertwined phenomena the managerial scholarship and education are going to be useful for practitioners only if they reflect this fact. Both economy and society are determined, at least partially, by national culture.The Politics of State, Society and Economy John M.
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