Patterns of power : control strategies for statutory authorities : the case of the Hunter District Water Board 1892-1990
The statutory authority is a little understood administrative device which has been widely used in Australia by both State and Commonwealth to discharge a variety of responsibilities. By briefly charting the administrative history of the Hunter District Water Board, this paper presents a case study of the debates over management reform and political control of the statutory authority. At a more specific level, it suggests: that the Hunter District Water Board historically showed a reluctance to...[Show more]
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