Policy Stability and Organizational Performance: Is There a Relationship?

Andersen, Simon Calmar; Mortensen, Peter B.
January 2010
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Jan2010, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article presents an analysis on the impact of policy stability and organizational performance in the allocation of public resources in the U.S. The time-series data on municipal school budgets was used to be able to determine the budgetary incrementalism. The result of the analysis intends to assess the performance of public organizations. Moreover, it examines the impact of the previous budgetary decisions to the performance of the public service organizations which has been associated to the availability of resources.


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