Public Management Research Association Exit , Voice , Loyalty , and Neglect : Bureaucratic Responses to Presidential Control during the Reagan Administration

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The behavior of bureaucrats i of considerable concern in a polity in which, on one hand, career civil servants have significant influence over policy outcomes but, on the other hand, there is also concern about bureaucratic responsiveness to elected officials--the president in particular. Career civil servants have been predominantly portrayed as resistant… (More)

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