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Research in public administration. Volume 2, 1993

Author: James L Perry
Publisher: Greenwich, Conn. : JAI Press, ©1993.
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Volume 2 in a series which offers current knowledge of public administration. This book covers such topics as: representative bureaucracy; accountability and the centrality of expectations in  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James L Perry
ISBN: 1559384336 9781559384339
OCLC Number: 123614031
Description: x, 270 pages
Contents: Editorial statement, James L. Perry; representative bureaucracy - a theoretical and empirical exposition, Kenneth J. Meier; accountability and the centrality of expectations in American public administration, Melvin J. Dubnick and Barbara S. Romzek; applying rational choice contributions to multi-organizational policy implementation, Laurence J. O'Toole Jr; towards a theory of goal ambiguity in public organizations, Hal G. Rainey; understanding strategic transformations in public organizations, Reginald Shareef; comparing civil service systems, Hans Bekke, James L. Perry, et al; integrating local participation and institutional development - a transaction cost perspective, Shui Yan Tang; management training in developing nations - a critique of strategies for improvement, Barry Bozeman.
Responsibility: editor, James L. Perry.
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