Professor Joyce Liddle
Joyce Liddle is a professor of Public Management and Head of the International Centre for Public Services Management, Editor, International Journal of Public Sector Management, Professor of Public Leadership and Strategy, Teesside Business School.
Professor Liddle researches in the areas of local and regional governance, partnerships and networks within regeneration. She has a special interest in strategic and stakeholder management within the public sector, in general, but in particular within a changing governance landscape. She is also interested in the interface between public, private and third sectors, and is also developing themes focused on knowledge and learning and complexity within partnerships for regeneration.
DIAMOND, J., LIDDLE, J., SOUTHERN, A. and OSEI, P., eds., 2009. Urban regeneration management: international perspectives . Abingdon : Routledge.
LIDDLE, J. and JONES, M., 2010. Implementing the UK Central Government’s policy agenda for improved third sector engagement: reflecting on issues arising from third sector commissioning workshops . International Journal of Public Sector Management.
LIDDLE, J., 2010. 21st century public leadership: some reflections . Policy and Politics. Vol. 38 (4) , pp. 657–664.
LIDDLE, J. and VUORI, J., 2010. New public management is orphan – who are the parents? The stricture against the scientific roots of multiple ‚new‘ prefixes . In: 14th Annual Conference of the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM). Working Across Boundaries: Barriers, Enablers, Tensions and Puzzles, Berne, Switzerland, 6–9 April 2010.