Items where Author is "Higgins, Paul"
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Roper, Ian and Higgins, Paul and James, Phil (2007) Shaping the bargaining agenda. The Audit Commission and public service reform in British local government. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 18 (9). pp. 1589-1607. ISSN 0958-5192
Higgins, Paul (2005) Contemporary public library provision in England: a content analysis of the highest and lowest scoring inspection reports. Public Policy and Administration, 20 (4). pp. 76-89. ISSN 0952-0767
Roper, Ian and Higgins, Paul and James, Philip (2005) Workplace partnership and public service provision: the case of the 'Best Value' performance regime in British local government. Work, Employment and Society, 19 (3). pp. 639-649. ISSN 0950-0170
Higgins, Paul and Roper, Ian and James, Philip (2005) The role of competition in best value: how far does it differ to CCT? Local Government Studies, 31 (2). pp. 219-235. ISSN 0300-3930
Higgins, Paul and Roper, Ian and James, Philip (2005) An investigation into the compatibility of consultation and performance comparison in the UK's policy of best value. International Journal of Consumer Studies , 29 (2) (2). pp. 148-158. ISSN 1470-6431
Higgins, Paul and James, Philip and Roper, Ian (2004) Compulsory or not compulsory: the use of competition in British local government. Asia pacific journal of public administration, 26 (2). pp. 95-114.
Higgins, Paul and Roper, Ian (2002) No room for manoeuvre: does 'best value' provide a better deal for workers in UK local government? Society in transition, 30 (2). ISSN 1028-9852
Croucher, Richard and Higgins, Paul (2008) Employment relations. In: Human resource management: a case study approach. Muller-Camen, Michael and Croucher, Richard and Leigh, Susan, eds. Chartered Institute of Personnel Development, pp. 317-338. ISBN 9781843981657
Higgins, Paul and Frame, Philip (2008) The context of HRM. In: Human resource management: a case study approach. Muller-Camen, Michael and Croucher, Richard and Leigh, Susan, eds. Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, London, pp. 7-24. ISBN 9781843981657