Analytical perspectives on performance-based management: an outline of theoretical assumptions in the existing literature

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Analytical perspectives on performance-based management : an outline of theoretical assumptions in the existing literature. / Wadmann, Sarah; Johansen, Sarah; Lind, Ane; Okkels Birk, Hans; Hoeyer, Klaus.

I: Health Economics, Policy and Law, Bind 8, Nr. 4, 10.2013, s. 511-27.

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Wadmann, S, Johansen, S, Lind, A, Okkels Birk, H & Hoeyer, K 2013, 'Analytical perspectives on performance-based management: an outline of theoretical assumptions in the existing literature', Health Economics, Policy and Law, bind 8, nr. 4, s. 511-27. https://doi.org/10.1017/S174413311300011X

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Wadmann, S., Johansen, S., Lind, A., Okkels Birk, H., & Hoeyer, K. (2013). Analytical perspectives on performance-based management: an outline of theoretical assumptions in the existing literature. Health Economics, Policy and Law, 8(4), 511-27. https://doi.org/10.1017/S174413311300011X

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Wadmann S, Johansen S, Lind A, Okkels Birk H, Hoeyer K. Analytical perspectives on performance-based management: an outline of theoretical assumptions in the existing literature. Health Economics, Policy and Law. 2013 okt;8(4):511-27. https://doi.org/10.1017/S174413311300011X

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Wadmann, Sarah ; Johansen, Sarah ; Lind, Ane ; Okkels Birk, Hans ; Hoeyer, Klaus. / Analytical perspectives on performance-based management : an outline of theoretical assumptions in the existing literature. I: Health Economics, Policy and Law. 2013 ; Bind 8, Nr. 4. s. 511-27.

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