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Can leisure survive the public sector?

Leisure Manager 9(1): 9-11
Can leisure survive the public sector?
The UK public sector is considered here to be under siege. During the past decade more than 40% of the public sector has been privatized. The public sector has been criticized for ignoring flexibility, variety and responsiveness in the delivery of services, and is no longer viewed as the most efficient means of organizing services. The article examines the impact of compulsory competitive tendering and the recent arrival of customer care as a priority for service providers.

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