Ian Greener mainly investigates Public economics, Social theory, Positive economics, Social science and Social learning. Public economics is frequently linked to Health policy in his study. The Health policy study combines topics in areas such as Consumerism, Loyalty and Health services.
His studies in Social theory integrate themes in fields like Social relation, Social policy, Structure and agency, Agency and Social structure. His work carried out in the field of Positive economics brings together such families of science as Social constructionism and Politics. His study in Social learning is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Construct, Domestic market, Process and Policy transfer.
Ian Greener spends much of his time researching Public administration, Public relations, Health care, Health policy and Health services. His Public administration research integrates issues from Social policy, Accountability, Government, Decentralization and Public sector. Ian Greener has researched Social policy in several fields, including Citizenship, Public economics, Policy analysis, Welfare and Education policy.
His primary area of study in Public relations is in the field of Public service. His study looks at the relationship between Health care and topics such as Scholarship, which overlap with Performance indicator. His Health policy study incorporates themes from Domestic market and Health promotion.
His main research concerns Welfare, Health care, Political economy, Corporate governance and Performance management. His Health care research incorporates themes from Medical education and Sociology of scientific knowledge. Ian Greener has included themes like Social change, Social policy and Politics in his Political economy study.
His Performance management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as New public management, Public service delivery, Public relations, Local government and Deci-. His research integrates issues of Programme theory and Public sector in his study of Public relations. His Austerity research includes themes of Legislation, New political economy, Oligarchy, Medical sociology and Social theory.
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No evidence that patient choice in the NHS saves lives.
Allyson Pollock;Alison Macfarlane;Graham Kirkwood;F Azeem Majeed.
The Lancet (2011)
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