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Linköping University, Department of Management and Economics.
2001 (Swedish)Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Magister)Student thesisAlternative title
Market Adjustment : Threat or Opportunity? (English)
Abstract [en]

Making the work in the public sector more efficient is something that has been seen as necessary during the later years. One way to do this on municipal level has been to apply solutions former used mostly by private companies. The organisational parts have also been adjusted to existing conditions in this work of change. For example more and more municipalities have come to use the purchaser-supplier model since the beginning of the 1990's. Norrköping, Linköping and Motala have been chosen in this essay for a closer study of the effects of the changes of the 90's, from an efficiency point of view. Even the process whereby the changes have been performed has been studied. The result that is being presented is that the purchaser-supplier model in many ways has contributed to an increased consciousness about the existing problems in the work and organisation in the municipalities. At the same time there is critics about the way the model is being used, and about the fact that the application isn't always adjusted to the existing reality.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Ekonomiska institutionen , 2001. , 64 p.
Master Thesis in Economics, 2001:8
Keyword [en]
Economics, Organisational change, process of change, efficiency, purchaser-supplier model, market adjustment, old-age care
Keyword [sv]
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URN: urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-818OAI: diva2:23018
Available from: 2001-04-27 Created: 2001-04-27

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