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Volume 44, issue 4, 2024

Editorial: The commodification of the public good—who wins and who loses? pp. 277-280 Downloads
Andrew Gray, Simon Roberts, Bruce Stafford and Jane Broadbent
The effect of treating public services as commodities pp. 281-288 Downloads
Paul Spicker
The market doesn’t care pp. 289-297 Downloads
Mary Corcoran and Kevin Albertson
Commodification and healthcare in the third sector in England: from gift to commodity—and back? pp. 298-307 Downloads
Rod Sheaff, Angela Ellis-Paine, Mark Exworthy, Rebecca Hardwick and Chris Q. Smith
From commodification to entrepreneurialism: how commercial income is transforming the English NHS pp. 308-316 Downloads
Mark Exworthy, Neil Lunt, Penelope Tuck and Rakesh Mistry
Using a time conditions framework to explore the impact of government policies on the commodification of public goods and women’s defamilization risks pp. 317-325 Downloads
Ruby C. M. Chau and Sam W. K. Yu
Evaluating commodification and commodifying evaluation pp. 326-334 Downloads
Bruce Stafford, Simon Roberts and Pauline Jas
New development: The commodification of social security medical assessments—academic analysis and practitioner experience pp. 335-338 Downloads
Richard Machin and Allan Reynolds

Volume 44, issue 3, 2024

Editorial: Managing expectations reduces disappointment pp. 179-179 Downloads
Andreas Bergmann
Debate: Can audit reduce information asymmetry? The case of English local government pp. 180-181 Downloads
Ben Worthy
Debate: The data threat to 2050 net zero—public administrations’ responsibility for the ‘data-scape’ pp. 182-184 Downloads
Thomas W. Jackson and Ian R. Hodgkinson
Debate: Reporting pre-election polls: it is less about average Jane and Joe, and more about polarized Karen and Kevin pp. 185-186 Downloads
Jurgen Willems and Kenn Meyfroodt
The impact of International Public Sector Accounting Standards on economic policy uncertainty pp. 187-195 Downloads
Reza Hesarzadeh and Parisa Saadat Behbahaninia
Fiscal transparency practice, challenges, and possible solutions: lessons from Covid 19 pp. 196-207 Downloads
Hanyu Xiao and Xiaohu Wang
Is water management really transparent? A comparative analysis of ESG reporting of Andalusian publicly-owned enterprises pp. 208-215 Downloads
Javier Andrades, Domingo Martinez-Martinez, Jesús Herrera and Manuel Larran
Who will benefit from extended budget participation? An empirical analysis of South Korean participatory budgeting practices pp. 216-224 Downloads
HyungGun Park, Sungil Yoon and B. Shine Cho
Informal practices and efficiency in public procurement pp. 225-233 Downloads
Yuliya Rodionova, Juraj Nemec, Andrey Tkachenko and Andrei Yakovlev
Approaches to co-creating successful public service innovations with citizens: A comparison of different governance traditions pp. 234-243 Downloads
Stefanie Gesierich
Implementing an hospital accreditation programme in a context of NPM reforms: Pressures and conflicting logics pp. 244-251 Downloads
Ana Conceição, Célia Picoito and Maria Major
Characterization and analysis of the supply network of the Brazilian national school feeding programme pp. 252-258 Downloads
Denise Boito Pereira da Silva and João Luiz Passador
Improving performance management in local government: Lessons from South Korea pp. 259-266 Downloads
Young-Bin Seo and Yoon-Shik Lee
New development: Clinicians in management—past, present, future? pp. 267-270 Downloads
Justin Waring
New development: From blanket coverage to patchwork quilt—rethinking organizational responses to fraud in the National Health Service in England pp. 271-275 Downloads
Cerian Griffiths, Alan Doig, Jackie Harvey, Katie Benson and Nicholas Lord

Volume 44, issue 2, 2024

Editorial: Resilience and wellbeing—the persistent challenges for our emergency services pp. 95-97 Downloads
Paresh Wankhade and Peter Murphy
Debate: Lessons learned from the emergency services’ response to the Covid 19 pandemic pp. 98-99 Downloads
Katarzyna Lakoma and Yu-Ling Liu-Smith
The link between organizational support, wellbeing and engagement for emergency service employees: a comparative analysis pp. 100-107 Downloads
Yvonne Brunetto, Matthew Xerri and Benjamin Farr-Wharton
Crime, violence and stress in the emergency services work: military police in southern Brazil pp. 108-116 Downloads
Silvia Azevedo Nelson, Daniel Moraes Pinheiro, Ana Paula Grillo Rodrigues and Matthew Xerri
Developing resilience interventions for emergency service responders—a view from the field pp. 117-123 Downloads
Ian Hesketh and Noreen Tehrani
Personality, social support, stress, and coping in a sample of Canadian paramedics pp. 124-132 Downloads
Joanna Lockhart and Stephen B. Perrott
A tale of two trusts: case study analysis of bullying and negative behaviours in the UK ambulance service pp. 133-140 Downloads
Constantine Manolchev and Duncan Lewis
Exploring the wellbeing of ambulance staff using the ‘public value’ perspective: opportunities and challenges for research pp. 141-151 Downloads
Geoffrey Heath, Paresh Wankhade and Peter Murphy
Debate: Extending the literature on accounting information manipulation pp. 152-153 Downloads
Ron Hodges
Debate: Will AI affect the transparency and accountability of public sector accounting? pp. 154-155 Downloads
Javier Cifuentes-Faura
Contracting out social care services to for-profit and not-for-profit organizations in Italy: Social categorization and governance choices pp. 156-164 Downloads
Manuela S. Macinati and Suzanne H. Young
Public sector reform trajectories: A complexity-embracing perspective pp. 165-173 Downloads
Walter Castelnovo and Maddalena Sorrentino
New development: Government accounting reforms in southern Africa—lessons from Malawi pp. 174-177 Downloads
Joseph Amazuwa Chirwa

Volume 44, issue 1, 2024

Editorial: Excellence and relevance rooted in policy and practice pp. 1-4 Downloads
Andreas Bergmann and Karen Johnston
Debate: Improving communication effectiveness or wasting taxpayers’ money? The use of social media influencers in public organizations pp. 5-6 Downloads
Raphaël Zumofen and Vincent Mabillard
Debate: Why the religious factor has been forgotten in PA studies? (And how to remedy it) pp. 7-8 Downloads
Edoardo Ongaro and Michele Tantardini
Debate: Managing social responsibilities in the public value university—A comment on George et al. (2023) pp. 9-10 Downloads
Rhys Andrews
Debate: US universities’ varied approaches to social responsibility pp. 11-12 Downloads
John M. Bryson
Debate: Reimagining strategic management of social responsibilities in US universities—A comment on George et al. (2023) pp. 13-14 Downloads
Said Elbanna
Strategic management of social responsibilities: a mixed methods study of US universities pp. 15-25 Downloads
Bert George, Michael J. Worth, Sheela Pandey and Sanjay K. Pandey
Management consultants and the social function of procurement pp. 26-34 Downloads
Marty Bortz, David Brown, Svenja Keele and Hilary Manning
Healthcare budgeting for cyclicality: Structured literature review of accounting, public administration and ­­­health management pp. 35-43 Downloads
Ruth Gibbs, Michelle Carr, Mark Mulcahy and Don Walshe
Gendering digital education: A role model for public management pp. 44-53 Downloads
Claudia Arena, Simona Catuogno, Rosa Lombardi and Hannah Möltner
The translation of Lean management: Prospects of a relational approach for successful practice pp. 54-61 Downloads
Vincent van Loenen, Roel Schouteten, Max Visser and Ed Vosselman
Heterogeneity when accounting standards are non-binding: Internal service charges in the Swiss cantons pp. 62-70 Downloads
Nils Soguel, Nicola Mauri and Henrique Soares Pimenta
Differential reporting in the public sector—financial reporting for small- and medium-sized entities pp. 71-79 Downloads
Berit Adam and Jens Heiling
New development: From social impact bonds to impact bonds—an outcomes-based framework pp. 80-84 Downloads
Vincenzo Buffa, Maya Tira and Benjamin Le Pendeven
New development: From aid to empowerment—making refugee policy more sustainable pp. 85-89 Downloads
Michelle Richey and Jade Wendy Brooks
New development: Improving accident compensation for public officials pp. 90-93 Downloads
Pan Suk Kim
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