Refounding public administration
Sage Publications, 1990 - 333 pages
Refounding Public Administration redefines the legitimate role of the public administrator and creates a normative theory of the development of American public administration. It is an extension of the Blacksburg Manifesto which was the result of the Blacksburg Conference and as such will produce considerable academic dialogue and controversy.
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The Constitutional Case for Public Administration
Public Administration and the Public Interest
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