Performance in flux - an investigation of new public financial management reform in action

Tyrone M. Carlin, Nigel Finch

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Abstract

The Australian public sector experiences significant turmoil in performance information disclosures as it adopts New Public Financial Management oriented changes. While these changes aim to promote greater accountability, we raise concerns about the effectiveness of current disclosures, especially in Victoria, to articulate useful perspectives on performance, due to their high turnover, high novelty and low survival rates.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDecision Sciences Institute 2005 Annual Meeting Proceedings
EditorsM. Malhorta
PublisherDSI Georgia State University
Pages22871-22876
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)0966711807
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventAnnual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute (36th : 2005) - San Francisco, CA
Duration: 19 Nov 200522 Nov 2005

Conference

ConferenceAnnual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute (36th : 2005)
CitySan Francisco, CA
Period19/11/0522/11/05

Keywords

  • accountability
  • new public financial management
  • non-financial disclosure
  • public sector
  • performance indicators

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