His research in Agency (philosophy) tackles topics such as Social science which are related to areas like Conceptual framework. In his research, Mark Exworthy performs multidisciplinary study on Conceptual framework and Conceptual model. He applies the principles of Competence (human resources) and Optimal distinctiveness theory in his work under Social psychology. Much of his study explores Competence (human resources) relationship to Social psychology. Law connects with themes related to Entrepreneurship in his study. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Public administration and Managerialism. Managerialism is closely attributed to Public relations in his study. Mark Exworthy integrates Public relations and Reputation in his studies. Mark Exworthy regularly links together related areas like Policy making in his Public economics studies.
His work on Linguistics as part of general Government (linguistics) research is frequently linked to Public administration, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Linguistics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Government (linguistics). While working on this project, he studies both Public administration and Social science. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Social science and Qualitative research. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Law and Politics. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Public relations and Marketing. His Marketing study typically links adjacent topics like Service (business). Mark Exworthy integrates many fields, such as Health care and Nursing, in his works. He integrates many fields, such as Nursing and Health care, in his works.
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A Framework for Exploring the Policy Implications of UK Medical Tourism and International Patient Flows
Neil T. Lunt;Russell Mannion;Mark Exworthy.
Policy entrepreneurship in the development of public sector strategy: the case of London health reform.
Eivor Oborn;Michael Barrett;Mark Exworthy.
Public Administration (2011)
The Challenge of Joined-Up Government in Tackling Health Inequalities
Mark Exworthy;David J. Hunter.
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