New public management between convergence and divergence - A new institutionalist perspective


Type Research Project

Duration June 1, 1996 - Dec. 31, 1999

  • Department of Public Management AE (Former organization)

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  • Hammerschmid, Gerhard (Former researcher) Project Head
 

Abstract (German)

Conceptionalization and theoretical foundations of the ideas of New Public Management. Survey on the diffusion of these ideas in the international administrative practice in the area of public passenger transport; survey and comparative analysis of three local government administrations; analysis of similarities and differences in public administrative reform; the diffusion of NPM and its consequences on administrative practice.


Abstract (English)

Conceptionalization and theoretical foundations of the ideas of New Public Management. Survey on the diffusion of these ideas in the international administrative practice in the area of public passenger transport; survey and comparative analysis of three local government administrations; analysis of similarities and differences in public administrative reform; the diffusion of NPM and its consequences on administrative practice.

Publications

Book (monograph)

2001 Hammerschmid, Gerhard. 2001. New Public Management zwischen Konvergenz und Divergenz. Eine institutionentheoretische Betrachtung anhand dreier Fallstudien der internationalen Verwaltungspraxis im Politikfeld öffentlicher Personennahverkehr. Wien: Service-Fachverlag. (Details)

Classification

  • 5307 Business and management economics (Details)

Expertise

  • international
  • comparative study
  • new institutionalism
  • administrative reform
  • public transport
  • governance structures
  • convergence
  • public administration
  • public sector
  • public passenger transport
  • Zürich / Melbourne / Christchurch
  • transport company
  • muncipial management