The Case for Bureaucracy: A Public Administration Polemic
Chatham House Publishers, 1 janv. 1994 - 226 pages
In this revised third edition the author sharpens his defence of the American public service. Attacking both the popular stereotypes and some more caustic criticism by academics in the field of public administration, this book presents substantial statistical data, buttressed by personal observation, to demonstrate the author's theory that American government is actually more competent, successful and steadfast than most people realise.
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Bureaucracy Despised Disparaged and Defended
What Citizens Experience from Bureaucracy
More Suspicions and Surprises re Bureaucracy
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Aaron Wildavsky Administration & Society African Americans agencies American bureaucracy American government American public administration analysis Anthony Downs areas asked attitudes behavior Brinton Milward budget bureau chapter citizens civil service clients comparative concludes conducted costs cracy critics democracy democratic economic efficient elected empirical employees employment ernment evaluation executive falsehood favorable federal government Frances Fox Piven governmental Herbert Kaufman Hummel individual institutions John Baden levels managers Max Weber means measure ment Mladenka municipal operate organizational organizations percent percentage performance personnel position problems programs Public Administration Review public bureaucracy public choice public policy public sector public service question rates Reagan reaucracy reaucrats red tape respect response rules satisfaction social change society statistics Stephane Dion Street-Level survey Table tion U.S. Department U.S. Postal Service United Urban Washington Washington Post welfare workers York