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Davis, Paul (2011) The English Audit Commission and its Comprehensive Performance Assessment Framework for Local Government, 2002-8: Apogee of Positivism? Public Performance and Management Review, 34 (4). pp. 489-514. ISSN 1530-9576

Davis, Paul and West, K. and Yardley, L. (2011) Networks in Open Systems of Governance: the Case of an English Local Older Persons’ Care System. Public Management Review, 13 (5). pp. 683-705. ISSN 1471-9037

West, K. and Davis, Paul (2011) What is the Public Value of Government Action? Towards a (New) Pragmatic Approach to Values Questions in Public Endeavours. Public Administration, 89 (2). pp. 226-241. ISSN 1467-9299

Davis, Paul and West, K. (2009) What Do Public Values Mean for Public Action? Putting Public Values in their Plural Place. American Review of Public Administration, 39 (6). pp. 602-618. ISSN 0275-0740

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Li, Peng and Boom, Katy and Davis, Paul (2014) How Do Limbo Dancing, Landlords and Students’ Energy Habits Link to EfSD? A Student Green Fund Case Study. In: 2nd World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities, September 3-5 2014, Manchester UK. (Submitted)

Davis, Paul and Wotherspoon, Douglas (2014) Producing Hope Through Practice. The Promise of Expansionist Pragmatism in Generating New Everyday Utopias. In: Fifteenth International Conference of the Utopian Studies Society, 2-5th July 2014, Charles University, Prague. (Submitted)

Davis, Paul (2011) ‘Strategic Management in (a) Crisis?’ Uncertainty, Imprecision & the Incomplete as Axioms in Building Appropriate Theory. In: WBS Research & Knowledge Transfer Conference, 11th May 2011, Worcester Business School. (Unpublished)

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