Rethinking audit and inspection

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2004 Number 26

Rethinking audit and inspection
Michael Rustin, pages -

Abstract

Michael Rustin criticises the dominant systems of public service audit, arguing that they are undermining belief in the public sector. He proposes instead more constructive forms of inspection, which place emphasis on working together for improvement rather than on regulation through sanctions and competition.

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Michael Rustin (2004) Rethinking audit and inspection, Soundings, 2004(26), -

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