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New Public Management and the new features of strategic behaviour

In: International Handbook on Mega-Projects

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  • Ernst ten Heuvelhof
  • Martijn Leijten

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This comprehensive and accessible Handbook presents state-of-the-art research on the decision-making processes in the deliverance of mega-projects – large infrastructure projects for the transportation of people and/or goods.

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  • Ernst ten Heuvelhof & Martijn Leijten, 2013. "New Public Management and the new features of strategic behaviour," Chapters, in: Hugo Priemus & Bert van Wee (ed.), International Handbook on Mega-Projects, chapter 6, pages 111-130, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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