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The future of public administration around the world : the Minnowbrook perspective

Author: Rosemary O'Leary; David Van Slyke; Soonhee Kim
Publisher: Washington D.C. : Georgetown University Press, ©2010.
Series: Public management and change.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Provides readers a roadmap through the issues that frame the global field of public administration and management. The editors have compiled a comprehensive yet readable and accessible contribution to the public administration and management canon."--Trevor Brown, associate director of academic affairs and research, John Glenn School of Public Affairs, The Ohio State University.
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
konferenser
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rosemary O'Leary; David Van Slyke; Soonhee Kim
ISBN: 9781589017115 1589017110 9781589017122 1589017129
OCLC Number: 537652549
Notes: Consists of abridged and revised versions of the best papers from the third Minnowbrook Conference, which was hosted by Syracuse University in the fall of 2008.
Awards: Winner of Louis Brownlow Book Award (United States).
Winner of George R. Terry Book Award (United States).
Winner of Section on Public Administration Research: Best Book Award (United States).
Winner of Charles H. Levine Memorial Book Prize (United States).
Winner of Best Book Award (United States).
Winner of Public and Nonprofit Division Best Book Award (United States).
Winner of Public and Nonprofit Division's Best Book Award (United States).
Winner of Co-winner of the American Society for Public Administration, Section on Public Administration Research's best book award (United States).
Winner of Public Administration Section: Herbert A. Simon Book Award (United States).
Description: xiv, 322 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: The legacy of Minnowbrook / Soonhee Kim [and others] --
From performance management to democratic performance governance / Donald P. Moynihan --
An argument for fully incorporating nonmission-based values into public administration / Suzanne J. Piotrowski --
Are we there yet? From Taylor's triangle to Follett's web; from knowledge work to emotion work / Mary E. Guy, Meredith A. Newman, and Sharon H. Mastracci --
The raised fist and the magic negro: public administration and the black public administrator / Domonic Bearfield --
Social equity in public administration: the need for fire / Susan T. Gooden --
... And the pendulum swings: a call for evidence-based public organizations / Kimberley R. Isett --
Public administration: the central discipline in homeland security / Dale Jones and Austen Givens --
The study of comparative public administration: future trajectories and prospects / Bidhya Bowornwathana --
Reinventing public administration for the twenty-first century: toward a more global and generic paradigm / Yilin Hou --
A personal memo from a woman teaching public administration in Asia / Ora-Orn Poocharoen --
Collaborative leadership and local governance / Soonhee Kim --
The "new emergency management": applying the lessons of collaborative governance to twenty-first-century emergency planning / Michael McGuire, Jeffrey L. Brudney, and Beth Gazley --
Collaborative governance and cross-boundary information sharing: envisioning a networked and IT-enabled public administration / Theresa A. Pardo, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, and Luis F. Luna-Reyes --
Collaborative governance and climate change: opportunities for public administration / Kirk Emerson and Peter Murchie --
Why public administration should take deliberative democracy seriously / Tina Nabatchi --
When should the public be involved in public management? Design priniciples with case applications / John Clayton Thomas --
The use of social media to dissolve knowledge silos in government / Ines Mergel --
Rebranding public administration for a postsector age / Scott E. Robinson --
Can the study and practice of public service ethics be recovered in a new governance era? / Guy B. Adams and Danny L. Balfour --
The status of the law in contemporary public administration literature, education, and practice / David H. Rosenbloom and Katherine C. Naff --
Adding value in a world of diffuse power: reintroducing public management and public financial management / Justin Marlowe and Daniel L. Smith --
Teaching democracy in public administration: trends and future prospects / Matt Leighninger --
Making public administration scholarship matter / David M. Van Slyke --
The challenge of remaining relevant / Kristina Lambright --
Has public administration "repositioned" itself?: Advances and inertias in transitioning to the collaborative governance paradigm / Kelly LeRoux --
Public administration and management research: evidence of isolation and unrealized opportunity / Bradley E. Wright --
Improving collaboration research byemphasizing the role of the public manager / Beth Gazley --
Conclusion: Challenges and opportunities, crosscutting themes, and thoughts on the future of public administration / David M. Van Slyke, Rosemary O'Leary, and Soonhee Kim.
Series Title: Public management and change.
Responsibility: Rosemary O'Leary, David M. Van Slyke, and Soonhee Kim, editors.

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