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model of consumerism in the public sector

Enda McAteer

model of consumerism in the public sector

a case study of secondary education in Northern Ireland.

by Enda McAteer

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Published by TheAuthor] in [s.l .
Written in English


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Thesis (M. B. A.) - University of Ulster, 1995.

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Open LibraryOL19097512M

CONSUMERISM AND ITS HISTORICAL ASPECTS WITH FUTURE PERSPECTIVE. MEANING OF CONSUMERISM: According to oxford dictionary, consumer mean, “protection or promotion of consumers’ interests”1. According to Webster’s student dictionary consumerism mean, “The policy or program of protecting the interest of the consumer” Size: KB. Public sector, portion of the economy composed of all levels of government and government-controlled enterprises. It does not include private companies, voluntary organizations, and households. The general definition of the public sector includes government ownership or control rather than mere function and thereby includes, for example, the exercise of public authority or the implementation.

regarding the concepts of strategy, strategic planning and management in the public sector. It will draw however on both public sector literature as well as the private sector, including journals like Harvard Business Review, McKinsey Quarterly and Sloan Management Review, in Missing: consumerism. Organizational Assessment and Improvement in the Public Sector provides that framework, an understanding of assessment itself, and a methodology for assessment focused on the public sector. The book introduces the concept of organizational assessment, its importance, and its significance in public sector by: 3.

Why Public Sector? • Internal auditing (IA) varies widely from country to country. • Differences in culture, management practices, and processes. • Need for a governance model, including IA. • Opportunities to: – Modernize/evolve IA. – Improve its effectiveness. – Deliver added value. • Critical need for a developmental model. Public-sector outsourcing is controversia, il n part because of its impact on employment. Public hiring is often used to reduce unemployment. The most politicized argument concerning outsourcing is the fear of the loss of public-sector jobs. However, the empirical evidence for this fear is ambiguous. Most studies that focus on developingCited by: 4.


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With the development of new public management (NPM) and public sector reforms in many jurisdictions, a consumerist model for handling complaints has come increasingly to.

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With this point of view, consumerism ceases to be the production of individual identity. Perhaps one of the most liberating forms of consumerism is the concept of making a new “self.” The process of consumerism makes it possible for a person to move from one area of society to another independent of circumstances of birth, gender, or Size: KB.

Consumerism is a movement that promotes the interests of the purchaser of goods or services. In the s, a new form of consumer advocacy emerged from the civil rights and antiwar movement in the USA.

Concern was focused on the environment, occupational health, and the rights of the consumer. availability of public sector finance together with the ever growing upward pressures of demand for public services will continue to further increase the need to make better use of the resources available, the challenge has never been greater.

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Consumerism: The theory that a country that consumes goods and services in large quantities will be better off economically. Consumerism for.

Consumerism is a social and economic order that encourages an acquisition of goods and services in ever-increasing amounts. With the industrial revolution, but particularly in the 20th century, mass production led to overproduction—the supply of goods would grow beyond consumer demand, and so manufacturers turned to planned obsolescence and advertising to manipulate consumer spending.

Ina book on consumerism. Consumerism, that is, ‘the commitment to organising services around a public understood as consumers of services’, emerged after as the central motif in the Blair government’s narrative, ‘a generic organizing principle for public service reform’ (Vidler and Clarke,pp 19, 20; see also Clarke et al, ).

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Public sector organisations are increasingly adopting private sector management principles and practices. Many private sector management techniques, applied without appropriate change management techniques have been criticised for creating problems, such as the language of consumerism, the contracting-out culture, and the monitoring and.

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UK consumerism 'creates tensions around the efficiency of services' Holt said that the private sector was trying to understand where it fits in with the public sector agenda.

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Governance Networks in the. Public Management Introduction The s and s saw the emergence of a new managerial approach in the public sector, in response to what many regarded as the inadequacies of the tra­ ditional model of administration.

This approach may alleviate some of the problems of the earlier model, but does mean quite dramatic changes in howFile Size: 1MB. and delivery of investments within the public sector. The ‘Five Case Model’ is the Office of Government Commerce’s (OGC) recommended standard for the preparation of business cases and is used extensively within central government departments and their agencies.

It is referenced by HM Treasury in the latest version of the Green Book and.this model. The core of the paper is represented by the public decision through the theory of rational choice, here being presented in addition to theoretical concepts, also some practical examples.

Keywords: Decisional process, public decision, rationalist model, rational choice theory. INTRODUCTIONFile Size: KB.The idea of creating public value in the public sector was developed in the mids, at a time when the world was going through a dramatic shift from the traditional world of public administration towards an increased effort to apply and use private sector management concepts and techniques in the public sector to improve the performance of those organisations.