Items where Subject is "H Social Sciences > HJ Public Finance"
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Barron, David N. and West, Elizabeth (2011) The financial costs of caring in the British Labour Market: is there a wage penalty for workers in caring occupations? British Journal of Industrial Relations. ISSN 0007-1080 (Print),1467-8543 (Online ) (In Press) (doi:10.1111/j.1467-8543.2011.00884.x)
Benamraoui, Abdelhafid (2003) The effects of globalisation of financial services on banking industry and stock market: an Algerian case study. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Farnham, David and White, Geoff (2011) Rewarding leaders in the UK public services: what's happening to executive pay? International Journal of Employment Studies, 19 (1). pp. 26-49. ISSN 1039-6993
Hall, David, Lethbridge, Jane and Lobina, Emanuele (2005) Public–public partnerships in health and essential services. Discussion Paper. EQUINET, Harare, Zimbabwe.
Hall, David (2011) Contesting the future of public finance? In: Contemporary Crisis and Renewal of Public Action: Towards the Emergence of a New Form of Regulation? Économie sociale & Économie publique / Social Economy & Public Economy (3). Peter Lang Publishing Group, Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, pp. 109-130. ISBN 978-90-5201-741-9 (pbk)
Hall, David (2006) Evaluating network services in Europe: a critique of the EC Evaluation of the Performance of Network Industries. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.
Hall, David (2006) Private equity and infrastructure funds in public services and utilities. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.
Hall, David (2008) Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) summary paper. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.
Hall, David (2007) Public sector finance for investment in infrastructure - some recent developments. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.
Hall, David (2010) Why we need public spending. Project Report. PSIRU, University of Greenwich, Greenwich, UK.
Hall, David, Corral, Violeta and Niekerk, Sandra van (2010) The impact of the economic crisis on public sector pay. PSIRU Reports. pp. 1-22.
Hall, David and Holland, Ray (2010) The provision of basic services to all segments of the population should remain the responsibility of the public sector. Enterprise Development and Microfinance, 21 (3). pp. 181-184. ISSN 1755 1978 (print), 1755 1986 (online) (doi:10.3362/1755-1986.2010.016)
Hall, David and Lobina, Emanuele (2010) The past, present and future of finance for investment in water systems. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, Greenwich, UK.
Lobina, Emanuele and Hall, David (2006) Public-Public Partnerships as a catalyst for capacity building and institutional development: Lessons from Stockholm Vatten’s experience in the Baltic region. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.
Martin, Adrienne, Gundel, Sabine, Apenteng, Essie and Pound, Barry (2011) Review of literature on evaluation methods relevant to extension. Other. GFRAS – Global Forum for Rural Advisory Services , Agridea Eschikon 28 8315 Lindau Switzerland.
Onaran, Özlem (2010) The crisis of capitalism in Europe, West and East. Monthly Review, 62 (5). pp. 18-33. ISSN 0027-0520
Popov, Vladimir and Lobina, Emanuele (2010) Beyond public-private partnerships: public-public partnerships and the reform of water services in Russia and new independent states. In: 11th International Conference "Public Sector Transition: Management in Turbulent Times" , March 5–6, 2010, St. Petersburg, Russia. (Submitted)
Sevic, Zeljko (2008) Local government finance in Central and Eastern Europe: whither way? In: Local Public Finance in Central and Eastern Europe. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 1-25. ISBN 9781843766582
Thomas, Stephen (2010) Burning money to stay warm. The House Magazine. p. 100.
Thomas, Stephen (2007) Investment in new power generation in New South Wales: Comments by Public Service International Research Unit, University of Greenwich, London. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, Greenwich, London, UK.
Zekic, Jelena (2005) The role of monetary and financial reform in approaching the European Union: the case of Serbia. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.