Organizing Government

Comprising theoretical and empirical perspectives and drawn from international journals with a global focus, this four-volume set presents the key papers in macro-organizational and micro-organizational studies and their implications on public administration. Divided into two sections, the first part of this collection adopts a sector-wide focus, concentrating on the issues of governance, politics, markets and competition, regulation and inter-organizational relations. The second section concentrates on management issues in an organizational context, addressing leadership, strategy and change management. Drawing on experience of both academic and professional spheres, the editors incorporate a range of theoretical and disciplinary perspectives spanning organizational behaviour, organizational theory, human resource management and strategy, forming a resource that will be invaluable to all students of management in the public sector.