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Title: 隨風而逝:管理主義對人本服務的影響
Other Titles: Gone with the wind: The impacts of managerialism on human services
Author(s): Tsui, Ming Sum 
Author(s): 張超雄
孟雨錦 (translator)
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: 中國社會報社
Journal: 中國社會工作 
Issue: 19
Start page: 40
End page: 41

In a special issue of Hong Kong Journal of Social Work on managerialism, Tropman (2002) made the argument that managerialism, which he equates with good management, is much needed in the field of human services due to rising expectations, shrinking budgets and increased competitions. In this he differs from Morgan and Payne (2002), O’Connor (2002) and Leung (2002), who also contributed articles in the same issue of the journal, who take a critical, or at least mixed view of managerialism. Is managerialism the solution or the cause of the problems now besetting human services? What do we mean when we use the term ‘managerialism’? What are its unique features? In this short commentary, we will outline managerialism’s main characteristics and consider its impact on human services.
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