The Public Management Faculty Research Group is an interdisciplinary research group. Our faculty draw from a variety of disciplines such as economics, political science, sociology, strategy, operations research and decision sciences to conduct research on a wide range of managerial issues in the public and private sector.
Current areas of interest include:
- Public management reform
- Performance management
- Management of innovation
- Strategy development within non-governmental organizations
- Organization and performance of local public services
- Management of inter-organizational networks
- Performance rankings and ratings
- Auctions and mechanism design for public goods
- Multi-criteria and complex decision making
As a research centre located in a school with some of the best social science departments in the country, our faculty engages in cross-departmental collaborations with other researchers across the LSE.
In line with LSE tradition, Public Management Faculty Group members are engaged in a variety of initiatives that contribute to research and policy debate, such as public management reform, budget control, national health care and education reform.