Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration is committed to publishing peer-reviewed, high-quality research and to become the journal of choice in the field of Public Administration in Scandinavia. The Journal publishes four issues per year in English and presents articles on public administration with perspectives from political and management studies, economics or law studies.
Vol 19, No 2 (2015): After NPM?
Table of Contents
|Kajsa Lindberg, Barbara Czarniawska, Rolf Solli||3-6|
|From ‘either or’ to ‘both and’: Organisational management in the aftermath of NPM|
|Niklas Wällstedt, Roland Almqvist||7-25|
|When patient empowerment encounters professional autonomy: The conflict and negotiation process of inscribing an eHealth service|
|Gudbjörg Erlingsdóttir, Cecilia Lindholm||27-48|
|Projectification in Swedish municipalities. A case of porous organizations|
|After the NPM Wave. Evidence-Based Practice and the Vanishing Client|
|Kerstin Johansson, Verner Denvall, Evert Vedung||69-88|
|Managing Administrative Reform through Language Work. Implementing Lean in Swedish Public Sector Organisations|
|Kristina Tamm Hallström, Renita Thedvall||89-108|
|In the absence of detailed steering. A governmental attempt to address the issues of recentralization and detailed performance control|