Grafik, karta. Chatham House Publishers, inc. 1996. 180 sidor.
Mycket gott skick. Utgallrad biblioteksbok. Stämplar och kortficka, men iövrigt fin. Språk: engelska. This work examines questions central to the field of public adminstration and public policy. It is the second of two memorial Festschriften for Charles H. Levine, whose vision guided and inspired each of the contributors. He employed wide-ranging interests to make connections between contrary points: that adminstration while nonpartisan, can rarely be apolitical; and that while administrators need to apply principles and theories, they also need the benefits of experience and the intuition that frequently derives therefrom.
- Agenda for excellence 2 : administering the state
- Peters, B. Guy. - Rockman, Bert A.
- Chatham, N.J. : Chatham House Publishers
- Includes bibliographical references. Preface / B. Guy Peters and Bert A. Rockman -- 1. Introduction: The State of Public Administration / B. Guy Peters -- 2. An Eleventh-Hour Attempt to Develop a Normatively Based Theory of Public Administration / Lawrence F. Keller, Richard Green and Gary L. Wamsley -- 3. Where Does Policy Come From? / H. Brinton Milward and Wendy Laird -- 4. Political Power and Policy Subsystems in American Politics / James A. Thurber -- 5. Explaining the Growth and Contraction of Municipal Services / Irene S. Rubin and Bernard H. Ross -- 6. Managing Privatization: A New Challenge to Public Administration / Ronald C. Moe -- 7. Politicization of Bureaucracies in Historical and Comparative Perspective / Hans-Ulrich Derlien -- Conclusion / Bert A. Rockman.