Public Money & Management

Papers
(The TQCC of Public Money & Management is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
New development: Managing the Covid-19 pandemic—from a hospital-centred model of care to a community co-production approach29
New development: ‘Appreciate–Engage–Facilitate’—The role of public managers in value creation in public service ecosystems24
Debate: If not now, then when? Covid-19 as an accelerator for public sector accrual accounting in Europe24
Digital transformation going local: implementation, impacts and constraints from a German perspective24
Innovation, exnovation and intelligent failure24
IPSAS in Latin America: innovation, isomorphism or rhetoric?20
New development: Covid-19 and its publics—implications for strategic management and democracy19
New development: Running elections during a pandemic19
Enabling enterprise risk management maturity in public sector organizations19
The emotional burdens of public service: rules, trust, and emotional labour in emergency medical services18
New development: Embedding the SDGs in city strategic planning and management18
Leading co-creation for the green shift17
A consistent bottom-up approach for deriving a conceptual framework for public sector financial accounting17
In the pursuit of harmonization: comparing the audit systems of European local governments17
Politicians’ use of performance information in the budget process16
Legitimating the standard-setter of public sector accounting reforms16
New development: Responding to complexity in public services—the human learning systems approach15
New development: Accounting for human-made disasters—comparative analysis of the support to Ukraine in times of war14
Trust and transaction costs in public–private partnerships—theoretical reflections and empirical findings13
Theme: Experiences and challenges with gender budgeting and accounting. Moving towards gender-responsive forms of accountability?13
New development: Is China’s local government debt problem getting better or worse?13
Gender budgeting in the crossroad of gender policy and public financial management: The Finnish case12
New development: Policy learning and public management—a match made in crisis12
The proposed IPSAS on measurement for public sector financial reporting—recycling or reiteration?12
Debate: What support should local government expect from accounting during a sudden crisis such as Covid-19?11
Theme: Politicians’ use of accounting informationEditorial: Unraveling politicians’ use and non-use of accounting information11
Public sector accounting education: A structured literature review11
New development: Walk on the bright side—what might we learn about public governance by studying its achievements?11
Wellbeing gender budgeting to localize the UN SDGs: examples from Turkey10
Understanding the smart city race between Hong Kong and Singapore10
Earnings management in public healthcare organizations: the case of the English NHS hospitals10
New development: Administrative accountability and early responses during public health crises—lessons from Covid-19 in China10
New development: Public sector accounting education for users—embedding eLearning and technology in teaching10
Debate: Voting challenges in a pandemic—Poland10
New development: Citizen science—discovering (new) solutions to wicked problems9
‘It’s every breath we take here’: Political astuteness and ethics in civil service leadership development9
Debate: Covid-19 and Sweden’s exceptionalism—a spotlight on the cracks in the social fabric of a mature welfare state9
Leadership matters to the police: Managing emotional labour through authentic leadership9
Debate: Towards a more comprehensive understanding of ritualized bureaucracy in digitalized public organizations9
Usability and actual use of performance information in German municipal budgets: the perspective of local politicians8
Measuring the performance of collaborative governance in food safety management: an Italian case study8
New development: The role of the accountancy profession in saving our planet8
Regulatory space in local government audit: An international comparative study of 20 countries8
Debate: Climate change, environmental challenges, sustainable development goals and the relevance of accounting8
New development: University managers balancing between sense and sensibility8
Gender-responsive budgeting in Austria: The narrow line between implementation and confirmation8
Risk management and management accounting control systems in public sector organizations: a systematic literature review8
Repetitive reorganizations, uncertainty and change fatigue8
Cultural transition and organizational performance: the non-profit context7
New development: Commercialization of the English National Health Service: a necessity in times of financial austerity?7
Can amalgamations deliver? Barriers to local government mergers from an historical institutionalist perspective7
Government accounting literacy as an attribute of smart citizenship7
Exploring the wellbeing of ambulance staff using the ‘public value’ perspective: opportunities and challenges for research7
Data, trust, democracy and Covid-19: the first parliamentary assessment of the UK government’s approach to data during the pandemic6
New development: Mitigating and negotiating the co-creation of dis/value—Elinor Ostrom’s design principles and co-creating public value6
Imagining grim stories to reduce redundant deliberation in critical incident decision-making6
New development: The shift of public sector auditing under the influence of institutional logics—the case of European Court of Auditors6
Post-NPM gender accounting—can public value management enhance gender mainstreaming?6
Debate: Politicians' use of accounting information—the myth of rationality6
From co-creation to public value through collaborative platforms—the case of Norwegian kindergartens6
Is council co-operation cost efficient? An empirical analysis of waste collection in Spanish local government6
New development: Blockchain—a revolutionary tool for the public sector6
Financial and non-financial responses to the Covid-19 pandemic: insights from Portugal and lessons for future6
Determinants of public transparency: A study in Brazilian local governments6
Fiscal councils as watchdogs—how loud do they bark?6
Game changer or accounting practice? Gender responsive budgeting in India6
Debate: On the ‘why’ of gender budgeting6
Risk disclosure practices: Does institutional imperative matter?6
Determinants of cash holdings—evidence from New Zealand local councils5
A tale of two trusts: case study analysis of bullying and negative behaviours in the UK ambulance service5
Exploring perceptions of Lean in the public sector5
New development: Competency assessment system and practice in government—the South Korean experience5
Co-creating public services in social hackathons: adapting the original hackathon concept5
A typology of dis/value in public service delivery5
Catalysing innovation and digital transformation in combating the Covid-19 pandemic: Whole-of government collaborations in ICT, R&D, and business digitization in Singapore5
Dis/value in co-production, co-design and co-innovation for individuals, groups and society5
New development: Whither the strategic direction of public audit in an era of the ‘new normal’?5
Value and sustainability in technology-enabled care services: a case study from north-east England5
Enhancing public service innovation through value co-creation: Capacity building and the ‘innovative imagination’5
New development: Myanmar’s civil service—Responsible disobedience during the 2021 military coup5
Roles and user characteristics as driving forces of information use in the Dutch parliament5
Developing public servants for the future5
Post-decision project evaluation of UK public–private partnerships: insights from planning practice5
New development: A ‘journey of personal and professional emotions’—emergency ambulance professionals during Covid-195
The academic voice in the EPSAS project5
Debate: Local public audit and accountability—an international and public value perspective5
Rallying together—The rationale for and structure of collaborative practice in England5
Public managers’ perception of the usefulness of accounting information in decision-making processes5
New development: Ten years of consolidated accounts in the United Kingdom public sector—taking stock5
Management consultants and the social function of procurement5
What are the required qualities of auditors in the public sector?5
Debate: The central government’s capacity building role in policy implementation in China5
‘Sobriety, human dignity and public morality’: ethical standards in Kazakhstan5
Gender budgeting in Slovenia—approaches, achievements, and complexities5
New development: Bridging the gap—analysis of required competencies for management accountants in the public sector5
Local government and democratic innovations: reflections on the case of citizen assemblies on climate change5
Doctors in leadership roles: consequences for quality and safety4
Is water management really transparent? A comparative analysis of ESG reporting of Andalusian publicly-owned enterprises4
Earnings management in public hospitals: The case of Greek state-owned hospitals4
Outsourcing through intermunicipal co-operation: Waste collection and treatment services in Brazil4
Pensioned off? Evaluating the UK's National Insurance scheme4
What are the determinants of internal auditing (IA) introduction and development? Evidence from the Italian public healthcare sector4
Recursivity in standard setting processes: the measurement case of fair value and market value4
New development: Understanding the statement of accounts—the use of financial information in UK local authorities4
Is the Indian corporate social responsibility law working for the public sector?4
Austerity and the use of performance information in the budget process4
Impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on the audit of local government financial statements: experience from Indonesia4
Public procurement transaction costs: a country-level assessment4
Does accrual-based government financial information serve as an indicator of fiscal risks?4
New development: The challenges of public sector accounting education in business schools4
Strategic management of social responsibilities: a mixed methods study of US universities4
The lifecycle of public value creation: eroding public values in the Dutch Marker Wadden project4
The association between budget inaccuracy and technical efficiency in Australian local government4
New development: Implicit government debt in China—past, present and future4
Co-creation as social innovation: including ‘hard-to-reach’ groups in public service delivery4
A critical evaluation of organizational readiness for continuous improvement within a UK public utility company4
Debate: The 70:20:10 ‘rule’ in learning and development—The mistake of listening to sirens and how to safely navigate around them4
Editorial4
New development: Integration of budget and governmental accounting in Mexican states4
The role of accountability and transparency in government during disasters: the case of Ukraine–Russia war4
From commodification to entrepreneurialism: how commercial income is transforming the English NHS4
Does longer deliberation by the legislature increase the efficiency of the government budget?4
The market doesn’t care4
The case of the disappearing whistleblower: an analysis of National Health Service inquiries4
New development: The emerging role of a ‘learning partner’ relationship in supporting public service reform4
Editorial: ‘The seamless web of circumstance’4
Debate: Are government buildings, roads, defence equipment and similar structures really assets?4
‘SIB’: what does it really mean? A theoretical approach to understanding social impact bonds4
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