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Developments: The UK Landfill Tax: Financial Implications for Local Authorities 20 (3) 2000
John Morris, Paul S. Phillips & Adam D. Read

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Christopher Hood

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The Cost of Using Private Finance to Build, Finance and Operate Hospitals 28 (2) 2008
Jean Shaoul, Anne Stafford & Pam Stapleton

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Private sector provision of social housing: an assessment of recent Irish experiments 30 (1) 2010
Michelle Norris & Dermot Coates

  • ‘Secure occupancy in rental housing: conceptual foundations and comparative perspectives’ Analysis & Policy Observatory (APO) (2011)
Improving value and certainty in defence procurement 31 (6) 2011
Tom McGuffog

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Comparing the content of regulatory impact assessments in the UK and the EU 27 (2) 2007
Oliver Fritsch, Claudio M. Radaelli, Lorna Schrefler & Andrea Renda

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Reunifying Britain’s Railways: Obstacles and Opportunities 33 (5) 2013
Ian Taylor & Lynn Sloman

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Selling the Royal Mail 34 (4) 2014
David Parker

  • ‘Privatisation of Royal Mail’ UK Parliament Briefing notes (2016)
To austerity and beyond! Third sector innovation or creeping privatisation of public sector services? 37 (2) 2017
Jan Myers

  • ‘Partnerships for Better Public Services’ UK Government (2018)
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