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Public Administration: Understanding Management, Politics, and Law in the Public Sector
About the Authors Contents in Brief Contents Preface Part I. Introduction: Definitions, Concepts, and Setting Chapter 1: The Practice and Discipline of Public Administration: Competing ConcernsExpand
3a. Public Administrative Theory and the Separation of Powers
cond ed. (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1976), p. 177. 69. E. E. Schattschneider, The Semisovereign People, p. 2. 70. See, for example, Seymour Scher, "Conditions for Legislative Control,"Expand
Building a Legislative-Centered Public Administration: Congress and the Administrative State, 1946-1999
Before 1946 the congressional role in public administration had been limited to authorization, funding, and review of federal administrative operations, which had grown rapidly as a result of the NewExpand
Measuring Bureaucratic Representation and Integration
The concept of representative bureaucracy has now occupied an important place in the literature of public administration and political science for some three decades. It has been used as anExpand
Assessing the Impact of Bureaucracy Bashing by Electoral Campaigns
Th e literature on the implications of electoral “ bureaucracy bashing ” for public management is thin. Th is is partly because of the diffi culty of defi ning basic terms and measuring results inExpand
Retrofitting the Administrative State to the Constitution: Congress and the Judiciary's Twentieth‐Century Progress
[U]nder our system of divided powers, the executive branch of the national government is not exclusively controlled by the President, by the Congress, or by the courts. All three have a hand inExpand
Nonmission–Based Values in Results–Oriented Public Management: The Case of Freedom of Information
Since the 1940s, Congress and the federal courts have sought to make U.S. federal administration more responsive to democratic–constitutional values, including representation, participation,Expand
Administrative Law for Public Managers
This book focuses on the essentials that public managers should know about administrative law--why we have administrative law, the constitutional constraints on public administration, andExpand
Outsourcing the Constitution and Administrative Law Norms
In the United States, the constitutional constraints and administrative law requirements imposed on government agencies generally have no applicability to private entities performing outsourcedExpand
A Note on Interminority Group Competition for Federal Positions
Throughout most of its development, the federal equal employment opportunity ( EEO) program concentrated almost entirely on attempting to increase the numerical representation of blacks in theExpand