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Patrick Dunleavy

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P. Dunleavy, H. Margetts, S. Bastow and J. Tinkler (2006) Digital Era Governance: IT Corporations, the State and e-Government (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006). 289 pages. Revised paperback edition, June 2008. Available from LSE.

P. Dunleavy, H. Margetts, S. Bastow and J. Tinkler (2006) ‘New Public Management is dead. Long live digital-era governance’, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 16, no.3, pp. 467-94.

P. Dunleavy. (2007) ‘Governance and state organization in the digital era’ in R. Mansell et al (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Information and Communication Technologies (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 404-426. Available from LSE.

H. Margetts, P. Dunleavy, S. Bastow and J. Tinkler (2008) 'Australian e-Government in comparative perspective', Australian Journal of Political Science, 43, No.1 pp. 13–26.

H. Margetts and P. Dunleavy (2013) ‘The second wave of digital-era governance: A quasi-paradigm for government on the Web’, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: A. 371, Issue 1987, Article number 0382.

Dunleavy, P. and Carrera, L. (2013a) Growing the Productivity of Government Services. Chichester: Edward Elgar. 365 pages. Available from LSE.

Evidence of impact

Committee of Public Accounts (2002) Progress in Achieving Government on the Web: Sixty sixth Report of the Session 2001-02. 13 December. Report at

P. Dunleavy, H. Margetts, S. Bastow, O. Pearce and J. Tinkler (2007) Government on the Internet: Progress in Delivering Information and Services Online (London: The Stationery Office, July). HC 529 Session 2006-7. NAO ‘Value for money’ report. 49 pages. Available with NAO press release, link to Research Report etc at: And: Government on the Internet: Research Report (London: LSE Public Policy Group and Oxford Internet Institute, July 2007), 89 pages.

Committee of Public Accounts, Government on the Internet: Progress in delivering information and services online (London: TSO). Sixteenth Report, HC143 Session 2007-8 at

Treasury Minutes on the First and Second Special Reports and the Sixteenth to the Twenty Second Reports from the Committee of Public Accounts 2007-2008, including pages 3-6 on 16th Report Government on the Internet: progress in delivering information and services online’. London: The Stationery Office. July 2008 Cm 7366 CIO database on costs, usage, quality, accessibility, availability and standards compliance data for central government department-run websites. For example, for 2010-11

Dunleavy, P., Margetts, H. et al (2009) Department for Work and Pensions: Communicating with customers (London: The Stationery Office, May 2009). HC 421 Session 2008-9. Available at:

Institute for Government (2009) Managing public expenditure in times of fiscal restraint. Briefing Report featuring research by Dunleavy et al (2009) Available from

Department of Work and Pensions (2012), Response to the Government Digital Strategy (London: DWP). December. Available at:

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Presentation at LSE event on Growing the Productivity of Public Services:

Keynote on ‘Public Sector Productivity’ at ANZSOG Annual Conference 2013:

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