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Published by Open University in association with SAGE Publications in London, Thousand Oaks, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Public welfare -- Great Britain.,
    • Public welfare administration -- Great Britain.,
    • Social work administration -- Great Britain.,
    • Great Britain -- Social policy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by John Clarke, Sharon Gewirtz and Eugene McLaughlin.
      ContributionsClarke, John, 1950-, Gewirtz, Sharon, 1964-, McLaughlin, Eugene, 1959-, Open University.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV248 .N285 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 275 p. ;
      Number of Pages275
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3962078M
      ISBN 100761967567, 0761967575
      LC Control Number2001265512
      OCLC/WorldCa43969900

        "The claims of the [New Managerialism] book are based on detailed in-depth interviews with women and men leaders of educational institutions at multiple levels - elementary and secondary schools, higher education, government departments of education, and similar :   The term ‘managerialism’ has been widely used but theoretical publications on managerialism remain rare while theory development continues to be insufficient. This article is a contribution to the current discussion on by:

      The Managerial State: Power, Politics and Ideology in the Remaking of Social Welfare. London: SAGE Publications Ltd, doi: / Clarke, J & Newman, J , The managerial state: power, politics and ideology in the remaking of social welfare, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, viewed 26 April , doi: / The criminal justice system: New Labour's new partnerships: New managerialism, new welfare? Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) McLaughlin, Eugene Date This item appears on. List: SS Criminologies of Crime Control Section.

      Book Title: New Managerialism in Education: Commercialization, Carelessness and Gender. ISBN Author: Kathleen Lynch, Bernie Grummell and Dympna Devine. Publisher: Palgrave. New Managerialism, New Welfare? (Published in association with The Open University) by John Clarke, A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Management (Very Short, Fairly Interesting & Cheap Books) by Ann L. Cunliffe | 10 Jun out of 5 stars 3.


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New Managerialism, New Welfare is a carefully integrated textbook that explores the continuing restructuring of the state and social welfare in the United Kingdom. It combines studies of specific policy areas - such as health, education, criminal justice, local government - with chapters that examine cross-cutting themes and developments.

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The book provides a thorough and critical reflection. New Managerialism, New Welfare is a carefully integrated textbook that explores the continuing restructuring of the state and social welfare in the United Kingdom.

It combines studies of specific policy areas - such as health, education, criminal justice, local government - with chapters that examine cross-cutting themes and developments/5(4). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Reinventing the Welfare State / John Clarke, Sharon Gewirtz and Eugene McLaughlin --Managerialism and Public Service:Some International Trends / Norman Flynn --Beyond the New Public Management?:Modernizing Public Services / Janet Newman.

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New Managerialism, New Welfare is a carefully integrated textbook that explores the continuing restructuring of the state and social welfare in the United Kingdom. New Managerialism, New Welfare is a carefully integrated textbook that explores the continuing restructuring of the state and social welfare in the United Kingdom.

It combines studies of specific policy areas - such as health, education, criminal justice, local government - with chapters that examine cross-cutting themes and : John Clarke. New Managerialism, New Welfare. is a carefully integrated textbook that explores the continuing restructuring of the state and social welfare in the United Kingdom.

It combines studies of specific policy areas - such as health, education, criminal justice, local government - with chapters that examine cross-cutting themes and developments.

New Managerialism, New Welfare is a carefully integrated textbook that explores the continuing restructuring of the state and social welfare in the United Kingdom. It combines studies of specific policy areas - such as health, education, criminal justice, local government - with chapters that examine cross-cutting themes and developments.

The book provides a thorough and critical. Format: Book; vi, p. ; 24 cm. New managerialism, new welfare. / edited by John Clarke, Sharon Gewirtz and Eugene McLaughlin | National Library of Australia National Library of Australia.

In order to bring together the features of the new managerialism recipe and to consider their long-range ethical consequences, let us fast forward to the year It is my prediction that in this ancient saying will have come to pass: today's problems were caused by yesterday’s solutions.

Abstract. The introduction of managerialism in the public sector is associated with the New Public Management (NPM) movement of the s. In the private sector, however, the genesis of managerialism is an event that marked the beginning of the twentieth century (Fleischman and Tyson, ), though its roots date back to the Industrial by: 1.

TY - BOOK. T1 - New managerialism, new welfare. A2 - Clarke, John. A2 - Gewirtz, Sharon. A2 - McLaughlin, Eugene. PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. SN - Cited by: Managerialism – also called New Managerialism and New Public Management – is an ideology used for legitimizing the development of new organizational forms and relationships.

It has been coined a practical ideology of being 'business-like’ in order to make the new arrangements work for all forms of jobs, organizations, and education systems.

More likely was ‘overt antagonism’ to use of new management labels and titles and a ‘deep rooted hostility to the central tenants of managerialism’ (). Research by Jones ( ), based on interviews with 40 social workers in England, also points to rising cynicism and ‘divisions between front line practitioners and their.

The New Managerialism and Public Service Professionals is a fresh and insightful analysis of the changes that have taken place in the UK public sector over the past twenty years.

Unlike many other recent accounts it is not assumed that these policy goals were always implemented or that new approaches to the management of services are Cited by: In Europe welfare state provision has been subjected to 'market forces'. Over the last two decades, the framework of economic competitiveness has become the defining aim of education, to be achieved by new managerialist techniques and mechanisms.

This book thoughtfully and persuasively argues agains. Book Description. How has New Public Management influenced social policy reform in different developed welfare states. New managerialism is conceptualized as a paradigm, which not only shapes the decision-making process in bureaucratic organizations but.

New managerialism is a political project which radically shifts the purpose of education from a developmental orientation towards market-driven objectives. Increasingly, it permeates all levels of. How has New Public Management influenced social policy reform in different developed welfare states?

New managerialism is conceptualized as a paradigm, which not only shapes the decision-making process in bureaucratic organizations but also affects the practice of individuals (citizens).Cited by: 3.Impact of New Managerialism in publi c and private universities The ethos of 'n e w managerialism' strips p ubli c services of moral and ethical values and replaces them with the lan guage of.