Democracy Bureaucracy And The Study Of Administration

Author: Camilla Stivers
Publisher: Westview Press
ISBN: 0813398096
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Democracy Bureaucracy And The Study Of Administration from the Author: Camilla Stivers. This anthology addresses several of the most central ideas in the field of public administration. These ideas are as relevant to public budgeting as they are to performance measurement or human resour

Democracy Bureaucracy And Character

Author: William D. Richardson
Publisher: Univ Pr of Kansas
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Democracy Bureaucracy And Character from the Author: William D. Richardson. Most American citizens are quick to criticize federal bureaucracy for its size and inefficiency. They assume it has exceeded the intent of our nation's founders; yet men like James Madison and Alexander Hamilton knew that good public administrators were essential to good government.

Educational Administration Concepts And Practices

Author: Frederick C. Lunenburg
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0495115851
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Educational Administration Concepts And Practices from the Author: Frederick C. Lunenburg. EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION: CONCEPTS AND PRACTICES, Fifth Edition is the best-selling, most comprehensive and most respected text of its kind. The authors discuss all topics necessary for a complete understanding of educational administration, balancing t

Bureaucracy And Administration

Author: Ali Farazmand
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420015225
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Bureaucracy And Administration from the Author: Ali Farazmand. Bureaucracy is an age-old form of government that has survived since ancient times; it has provided order and persisted with durability, dependability, and stability. The popularity of the first edition of this book, entitled Handbook of Bureaucracy, is testimony to the endurance of bureaucratic institutions. Reflecting the accelerated globalization of corporate capitalism, cultures, and governance systems and the additional complexity in the tasks of public administrators, Bureaucracy and Administration presents a comprehensive, global perspective that highlights the dramatic changes of the last 15 years in governance, business, and public administration. Reflects Dramatic Changes in Governance, Business, and Public Administration Through articles contributed by international experts, this volume provides a thorough analysis of bureaucracies worldwide and their effect on politics, economics, and society. The book begins by exploring the historical antecedents of bureaucracy, looking at some of the great ancient civilizations and their administrative traditions, achievements, and contributions to modern administration and governance systems. In the next section, leading scholars from political science, sociology, governance, and public administration present a detailed review of theoretical and conceptual perspectives on bureaucracies and bureaucratic politics. Following an examination of bureaucracy and public management and presenting topics such as the response to Hurricane Katrina, training of bureaucrats, and ethical issues, contributors review bureaucratic politics in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The book concludes with a focused analysis of bureaucracy, change, reform, and revolution, highlighting implications for future governance and administration. Comprising theoretical and empirical analyses and including perspectives which span from ancient to modern times, this volume comprehensively and authoritatively advances the knowledge of the nature, role, and function of bureaucracy as the core of sound governance and administration around the world.

Democracy And Administration

Author: Brian J. Cook
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801891779
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Democracy And Administration from the Author: Brian J. Cook. Though his term in the White House ended nearly a century ago, Woodrow Wilson anticipated the need for new ideas to address the effects of modern economic and social forces on the United States, including increased involvement in international affairs. Democracy and Administration synthesizes the former world leader's thought on government administration, laying out Wilson's concepts of how best to manage government bureaucracies and balance policy leadership with popular rule. Linking the full gamut of Wilson’s ideas and actions covering nearly four decades, Brian J. Cook finds success, folly, and fresh thinking with relevance in the twenty-first century. Building on his interpretive synthesis, Cook links Wilson’s tenets to current efforts to improve public management, showing how some of his most prominent ideas and initiatives presaged major developments in theory and practice. Democracy and Administration calls on scholars and practitioners to take Wilson’s institutional design and regime-level orientation into account as part of the ambitious enterprise to develop a new science of democratic governance. -- Hal G. Rainey, Alumni Foundation Distinguished Professor, School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia

Democracy Bureaucracy And Public Choice

Author: Patrick Dunleavy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317867238
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Democracy Bureaucracy And Public Choice from the Author: Patrick Dunleavy. Public choice approaches have revolutionized contemporary political science, particularly in the United States, where a "new right" political movement has developed. This book develops a critique of new right views through its coverage of aspects of the public choice/new right literature.

Gender Bureaucracy And Democracy

Author: Mary M. Hale
Publisher: Praeger Pub Text
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Gender Bureaucracy And Democracy from the Author: Mary M. Hale. This book is the first to deal specifically with advances made by women in obtaining high-level positions in state government. The authors examine the extent to which equal opportunity has become a reality for women in state and municipal civil service careers.

Bureaucracy And Democracy

Author: Steven J. Balla
Publisher: CQ Press
ISBN: 1506348904
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Bureaucracy And Democracy from the Author: Steven J. Balla. Given the influence of public bureaucracies in policymaking and implementation, Steven J. Balla and William T. Gormley assess their performance using four key perspectives—bounded rationality, principal-agent theory, interest group mobilization, and network theory—to help students develop an analytic framework for evaluating bureaucratic accountability. The new Fourth Edition of Bureaucracy and Democracy: Accountability and Performance provides a thorough review of bureaucracy during the Obama and Trump administrations, as well as new attention to state and local level examples and the role of bureaucratic values. ? New to this Edition: Interviews with two new cabinet secretaries—Christine Todd Whitman and Tom Ridge—with insightful quotes from them throughout the book. Added material on the battle over regulations, a battle that will loom large during the Trump administration, including midnight regulations and the Congressional Review Act. New examples demonstrate the activity and influence of constituencies of different kinds including the placing of women and minorities on US currency, a vignette that features the musical Hamilton, and the political protests surrounding the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines. A new discussion of the privatization of roads, the pros and cons.