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Time matters : adapting to transformation

Rose, Richard and Mishler, William and Munro, Neil (2008) Time matters : adapting to transformation. In: Reforming the State without Changing the Model of Power? Routledge, London, pp. 91-115. ISBN 978-0-415-46618-9

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Abstract

This chapter discusses adapting to transformation. Is is part of a collection which analyse the idea that administrative reform cannot produce sustainable changes in the organization of the state apparatus as long as it does not touch the underpinning model of power and domination.