Book: “Reinventing Government Again” – Edited by Philip Collins & Liam Byrne MP

by Liam Byrne | 10.11.04 | in: Economics, Labour's future, Policy review, Uncategorized

You can download a PDF copy of the book “Reinventing Government Again” here.

I co-edited this book with Philip Collins, Director of the Social Market Foundation (SMF)

 

Executive Summary:

Reinventing Government now more than a decade old –
offered ten principles for entrepreneurial government: steer not
row, empower communities, encourage competition, be driven
by mission, be oriented by results, satisfy the customer, earn
money don’t spend it, prevent rather than cure, decentralise
and use market forces – are these principles still appropriate?

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