Australia after budgetary reform: a lapsed pioneer or decorative architect?
Lewis Hawke and John Wanna Australian governments were early pioneers of budgetary reform at the national level, commencing with an ambitious reform program dating from around 1982 (see Wanna et al. 2000). Over some two decades Australia�s budgetary systems were transformed and its internal budgetary practices became more managerial, outcomes-focused and businesslike. Arguably, budgetary reform drove broader public sector reform and was used to underpin a wide agenda of new public management...[Show more]
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