The first issue of International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management has just been published.
With an international and interdisciplinary approach, the journal covers performance management in the public sector, with an emphasis on the implementation of performance management technologies. This perspective acknowledges the complexity of performance management in the public sector as an interface between the values placed upon public sector activities and their implementation. This gap between what is desirable and what is feasible stands at the crossing of many traditional public sector issues such as cultural and ideological processes as well as regulation and economic processes operating over different space-time scales.
This issue is a special issue: Think performance in public sector organisations and there is a free download of the papers.