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Martin Williams, Associate Professor in Public Management, wrote a paper about how 'capacity' has become a term for describing bureaucratic performance, but it often obscures the complexity of bure
Thomas Elston, Associate Professor in Public Administration, and Ruth Dixon, Research Fellow at the School, have co-authored an article for JPART, Journal of Public Administration Research and
The 'Systems of public service delivery in developing countries’ workshop held at the Blavatnik School in May 2018 is the
Bringing together researchers from six Oxford departments to look at the current economic, social, and political governance challenges for sub-Saharan Africa, particularly in terms of decisio
Bringing together an interdisciplinary community of scholars and practitioners who are doing rigorous and solution-oriented empirical research
Improving the Ghanaian Civil Service’s productivity by designing, implementing, and evaluating novel individual and group-based training methods for bureaucrats.