PSA targets crucial to Brown's reforms

Clark, Tom; Frayne, Christine
July 2002
Public Finance;7/19/2002, p13
Trade Publication
Analyzes the Spending Review of the budget for public services in Great Britain. Allocation of resources in several sectors; Source of funding; Discussion on the issue of measuring public service performance; International comparison of public spending.


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