Social sector productivity: a task perspective
1 June 2017Download [469 KB PDF]
This research note explores how the scope for productivity measures in the public sector can vary depending on the nature of the task. While the paper focuses on the social sector, the idea of distinguishing between different types of tasks could potentially be useful for other sectors.
It was prepared by Danijela Tavich, a Master of Public Policy student from Victoria University of Wellington for the internship component of her degree at the Productivity Commission over summer 2016-17.
JEL codes H4, H5, I30
Tags Social sector