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|Title||Organization and Management Theory in Public vs. Private Organizations|
Some people argue that organization and management theory can be used to understand public organizations in essentially the same way as private organizations. Others argue that organizing and managing in the public sector is fundamentally different from the private sector—therefore there is, or there needs to be, something distinctive about public organization/management theory. This is a theoretical qualitative research describing the similarities and differences between the two types of organizations based on the development of the public administration literature.
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