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2020

Camerer, M. Challenges in integrity management: The case of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). 2020.


2019

Fakir, S. The Politics of Universalism versus Particularism – reason versus feelings in a changing world. 2019.

Levy, B. Fostering Change when Governance is Complex: Some Lessons from Practice. 2019.


2017

Levy, B. and Shumane, L. School governance in a fragmented political and bureaucratic environment. 2017.

Kota, Z; Hendricks, M; Matambo, E and Naidoo, V. The governance of Basic Education in the Eastern Cape. 2017.

Hirsch, A and Levy, B. Elaborate Scaffolding, Weak Foundations: Business-Government Relations and Economic Reform in Democratic South Africa. 2017.


2016

Levy, B., Cameron, R., Hoadley, U., Naidoo, V. The politics and governance of basic education: A tale of two South African provinces. 2016

Cameron, R., Naidoo, V. When a ‘ruling alliance’ and public sector governance meet: Managing for performance in South African basic education. 2016

Hoadley, U., Levy, B., Shumane, L., Wilburn, S. Leadership, stakeholders and learner performance in four Western Cape schools. 2016

Cameron, R., Levy, B. The potential and limits of performance management: Improving basic education in the Western Cape. 2016


2013

Philip, Kate. The transformative potential of public employment programmes. 2013


 

Master's Dissertation Research Series

2019

Chikohomero, R. Education in Service of Patronage? An Analysis of the Collision between Learning-Oriented Reforms and a Cohesive and Coherent Education Bureaucracy System in Zimbabwe. 2019

Keka, A. Changes in the Quality of Extension Services in the Department of Rural Development and Agrarian Reform Between 2006 and 2013: An Exploration of Joe Gqabi District. 2019

Mabalane, K. An Institutional Analysis of Municipal Entities: The Case of City Power. 2019

Mbuzi, L. Pursuing Development through International Standard Based Global Multi-Stakeholder initiatives: An Account of The Extractive Industry Transparency in Zambia. 2019

Nkwatsibwe, C. Winning and Sustaining Space for Civil Society in Semi Authoritarian Settings: What Works and What Doesn’t Work – The Case of Uganda. 2019

 


2018

Morewane, R. The Interface Between the Traditional Leadership and the District Health Management Offices in the Delivery of Health Services in Mopani, Vhembe and Sekhukhune Districts in Limpopo Province. 2018. 

Pretorius, P. The Implications of Comprehensive and Incremental Approaches to Public Sector Reform for the Creation of a Development State in South Africa: Case Study of the Oceans Economy Operation Phakisa. 2018.

Uppink, L. Rescuing Urban Regeneration from Urban Patronage: Towards Inclusive Development in the Voortrekker Road Corridor. 2018. 

 


2017


Mageza, Q. An Exploration of Actions to Explore Public Entrepreneurship in the Implementation of the Expanded Public Works Programme in the Eastern Cape. 2017.

Makombe, P. Governance Reforms and National Benefits: Problems and Prospects in Marange Diamond Mining in Zimbabwe. 2017.

Nsupila, M. Orchestrating backward linkages from the extractive sector to other productive value adding sectors: a case studyof the mining and the manufacturing industries in Zambia. 2017.

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