Paul Davis
Paul Davis
Lecturer
Verified email at davispw.fsnet.co.uk
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What do public values mean for public action? Putting public values in their plural place
P Davis, K West
The American Review of Public Administration 39 (6), 602-618, 2009
1102009
What is the public value of government action? Towards a (new) pragmatic approach to values questions in public endeavours
K West, P Davis
Public Administration 89 (2), 226-241, 2011
942011
The burgeoning of benchmarking in British local government: The value of “learning by looking” in the public services
P Davis
Benchmarking for Quality Management & Technology, 1998
941998
The effectiveness of relational contracting in a temporary public organization: intensive collaboration between an English local authority and private contractors
P Davis
Public administration 85 (2), 383-404, 2007
302007
The limits of realist evaluation: Surfacing and exploring assumptions in assessing the best value performance regime
P Davis
Evaluation 11 (3), 275-295, 2005
302005
Made to measure: Evaluation in practice in local government
I Sanderson, T Bovaird, P Davis, S Martin, A Foreman
Local Government Management Board, 1998
261998
Learning to manage within limited resources: coping strategies and learning breakthroughs in UK local government
T Bovaird, P Davis
International Journal of Public Sector Management, 1999
231999
A mis-signalling problem? The troubled performance relationship between credit unions and local government in the UK
P Davis, C Brockie
Local Government Studies 27 (1), 1-18, 2001
132001
Networks In Open Systems Of Governance: The case of an English local older persons' care system
P Davis, K West, L Yardley
Public Management Review 13 (5), 683-705, 2011
72011
The English Audit Commission and its Comprehensive Performance Assessment Framework for Local Government, 2002-2008: Apogee of Positivism?
P Davis
Public Performance & Management Review 34 (4), 489-514, 2011
72011
A realist evaluation approach to understanding the best value review process
P Davis, P Wright
Local Government Studies 30 (3), 423-440, 2004
72004
Enacting a new approach to scenario analysis: the potential of a pragmatist account
P Davis, N Pyper
Foresight, 2015
52015
Managing within Limited Resources
T Bovaird, P Davis, J Green
London: Local Government Management Board, 1997
41997
Claims, Concerns and Interests In British Credit Union Development: Making policy in a political hot-box?
P Davis, C Brockie
Public Management an International Journal of Research and Theory 2 (2), 201-218, 2000
22000
Applying actor network theory and pragmatist thinking to the process of implementing scenarios
paul davis, neil pyper
International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy 10 (2/3/4), 88-102, 2015
12015
How Do Limbo Dancing, Landlords and Students’ Energy Habits Link to EfSD? A Student Green Fund Case Study
P Li, K Boom, P Davis
Integrative Approaches to Sustainable Development at University Level, 97-111, 2015
12015
Producing Hope Through Practice. The Promise of Expansionist Pragmatism in Generating New Everyday Utopias
P Davis, D Wotherspoon
2014
‘Strategic Management in (a) Crisis?’Uncertainty, Imprecision & the Incomplete as Axioms in Building Appropriate Theory
P Davis
2011
EUROPEAN GROUP OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
P Davis, A McLean
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