Collections of essays from high-profile practitioners in public sector finance, commissioned by Public Finance.
The Brexit balance sheet: weighing up the public sector costs
These essays, by leading public sector practitioners and experts examine the potential impact of Brexit on public services and finances, from town hall to Whitehall and across the whole public sector.
Funding a healthy future: the health and care deficit diagnosed
These essays, by leading public sector practitioners and experts examine the future of health and social care in the face of an ageing population, financial constrains and Brexit.
Holding Public Services to Account: the Role of Non-Executives
Holding Public Services to Account: the Role of Non-Executives offers a wealth of firsthand insight from some of the UK’s leading NEDs, as well as other voices expert in the business of improving public services.
Aligning public services: strategies for local integration
Designed to stimulate discussion on key public finance and policy issues, featuring essays by leading public sector practitioners and experts. This edition explores the strategies needed to align and integrate local public services, and challenge government to create radical new frameworks for the sector.
Protecting the public purse: the future of public audit
The first of a series of PF Perspectives, designed to stimulate discussion on key public finance and policy issues. This edition features articles by leading practitioners in public audit and assurance, exploring the challenges that all audit bodies face &endash; in the UK and internationally &endash; in ensuring that public money is well spent.