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Management control in local public administrations in France, typological construction and organizational determinants, the case of the large intercommunalities

Abstract : This article is part of the fields of public management and management control. Its objective is to shed light on the management control function in local public administrations. In this perspective, an analysis of the role of the territorial management controller based on academic literature and previous research is presented. Then, a quantitative empirical study on management control in major intermunicipal entities is presented: it identifies four types of territorial management controller, namely the strategist, partner, advisor and analyst. The role of each type of territorial management controller is then specified, this role appearing to be linked in particular to the scope of competences and the number of partners of the intermunicipality in question.
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Laurent Lavigne. Management control in local public administrations in France, typological construction and organizational determinants, the case of the large intercommunalities. Public Organization Review, Springer Verlag, 2019, pp.563-583. ⟨10.1007/s11115-019-00457-1⟩. ⟨hal-02528073⟩

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