New Managerialism, New Welfare? is a carefully integrated textbook that explores the continuing restructuring of the state and social welfare in the United Kingdom. It combines studies of specific policy areas - such as health, education, criminal justice, local government - with chapters that examine cross-cutting themes and developments. The book provides a thorough and critical reflection on New Labor's vision of the past and future of social welfare and public services in the construction of a `modern society'.
John Clarke, Sharon Gewirtz and Eugene McLaughlin
Reinventing the Welfare State
Managerialism and Public Service
|Some International Trends|
Beyond the New Public Management?
|Modernizing Public Services|
Paul du Gay
Entrepreneurial Governance and Public Management
|The Case of Health Care|
|New Labour's NHS|
|Magerialism and Modernization|
|Managing Multiple Pressures|
|Managing the Third Way|
Eugene McLaughlin and John Muncie
The Criminal Justice System
|New Labour's New Partnership|
|Managerialism and Public Space|
Modernizing Managerialism in Education
|New Labour, New Teachers|
Managing Performance Through Pay
John Clarke, Sharon Gewirtz, Gordon Hughes and Jill Humphrey
Guarding the Public Interest?
|Auditing Public Services|