New development: Where there's a will, there's a way--acting beyond cutbacks
Federica Salvatori and
Public Money & Management, 2014, vol. 34, issue 2, 135-138
A sustainable solution to the recent financial crisis requires a sea-change in governments' thinking, rather than just cutting expenses. Governments need to re-examine the managerial and cultural factors that lie beyond the crisis: the way budgets are prepared, the (lack of) strategic management, the limited room left for innovation, and excessive reliance on public entities for the solution of social problems.
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