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Performance assessment and wicked issues : the case of health inequalities.

Blackman, T. and Harrington, B. and Elliott, E. and Greene, A. and Hunter, D. and Marks, L. and McKee, L. and Williams, G. (2006) 'Performance assessment and wicked issues : the case of health inequalities.', Public policy and administration., 21 (2). pp. 66-80.


This article considers the background to one of the projects in the UK Economic and Social Research Council's Public Services Programme: a major; three-year investigation of how health inequalities are being framed for intervention at a local level in post-devolution England, Scotland and Wales. A particular interest is in the difference that performance assessment makes as it engages to a greater or lesser extent with health inequalities.

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