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  • Abstract Increased calls for transparency and accountability in government organizations underscores the need for a market orientation even in the public sector. The degree of market orientation and its effect on performance and on organizational commitment in government departments in three Australian states is considered. Results provide empirical support for a direct relationship between market orientation and performance and evidence of the mediating role of organizational commitment. Implications are drawn and directions for future research are discussed. ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • 10.1300/J042v12n03_05 ()
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  • 1999-07-13 ()
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  • Market orientation and performance in the public sector : the role of organizational commitment ()
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  • 12 ()

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