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February 25, 2008 | by  | in News |
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Conference planned; speeches anticipated

The University’s School of Government is hosting an international public sector conference this month in conjunction with the Institute of Public Administration.

Researchers, academics, and public servants from more than thirty countries are expected to attend the event, described as “the most comprehensive review yet of the 1980s’ public sector ‘revolution.’”

“This conference will be an opportunity to reflect on [the reforms of the past] and current governance challenges facing New Zealand and other countries,” says conference organiser and former diplomat Alastair Bisley.

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