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|Contents:||Preface Acknowledgments Part I: Paradigms of Public Administration Do We Need Government? What Is Good Government? Chapter 1 Big Democracy, Big Bureaucracy An An Unpromising Precis A Culture of Constraint Infernal Vernon: A Case of Unconstrained Public Administration The Paradoxical Power of the Public Administrator Noetic Authority: The Base of Bureaucratic Power Chapter 2 Public Administration's Century in a Quandary The Beginning Paradigm 1: The Politics/Administration Dichotomy, 1900--1926 Paradigm 2: The Principles of Administration, 1927--1937 The Challenge, 1938--1950 Paradigm 3: Public Administration as Political Science, 1950--1970 Paradigm 4: Public Administration as Management, 1956--1970 The Forces of Separatism, 1965--1970 Public Administration as Neither Management Nor Political Science Paradigm 5: Public Administration as Public Administration: 1970--Present Paradigm 6: Governance, 1990--Present Pubilc Administration, Happy at Last Part II: Public Organizations Chapter 3 The Threads of Organization: Theories The Closed Model of Organizations The Open Model of Organizations Closed or Open Organizations? The Closed and Open Models: The Essential Differences Conjoining Opposites: The Drive to Reduce Uncertainty Are Public Organizations Different? Chapter 4 The Fabric of Organizations: Forces Assessing Organizational Worth Organizational Knowledge Decision Making in Organizations A Monumental Map Mess in Georgia Administration in Organization Limited Change: The Impact of Technology and People on the Public Organization Deep Change: The Impact of the Environment on the Public Organization Chapter 5 The Fibers of Organizations: People Why Work for the People? The Behavioral Bureaucrat Growing into the Organization Getting Ahead Organizational Politics What is Leadership Learning Leadership: The Evolution of a Theory Leading the Public Organization Part III: Public Management Chapter 6 Clarifying Complexity: The Public's Information Resource Privacy versus Policy: The Particular Problem of the Public Computer A Case of Unmatched Failure The Crusade for Secure Data Knowledge Management: Managing the Public's Information Resource E-Gov: Lean, Seen, and Clean Government Best Practices for Knowledge Management The Information Resource and the Future of Governance Chapter 7 Public Productivity: Corruption's Consequence Comprehending Corruption Understanding Public Productivity The Evolution of Public Productivity Katrina, Crisis, and Collapse Measuring Public Performance Permutations and Practices of Performance Measurement Evaluating Public Programs Public Program Evaluation in Practice Using Public Program Evaluations Chapter 8 The Public Trough: Financing and Budgeting Governments Public Finance: Paying for Public Policy Taxing Times The Federal Government and the National Economy A Founder on Debt Public Budgeting: Spending for Public Policy Line-Item Budgeting, 1916--1939 Program/Performance Budgeting, 1940--1964 Planning-Programming-Budgeting, 1965--1971 Budgeting-by-Objectives, 1972--1977 Zero Base Budgeting, 1977--1980 Target Base Budgeting, 1981-Present Budgeting for Results, 1993--Present Old Budgeting Systems Never Die... Acquiring Budgets: Agencies and Arguments Legislating Budgets Chapter 9 Managing Human Resources in the Public Sector Who Wants to Work for Government? The Evolution of Public Human Capital Management The Civil Service System: The Meaning of Merit The Slippage of the Civil Service System The Collective System: Blue-Collar Bureaucrats The Political Executive System: Politics in Administration Specialized Public Professional Systems: The Person Over the Position The Professional Public Administration System: Embracing the Professions of Politics and Management Federal Human Capital: A Question of Competence Race, Sex, and Jobs: The Challenge of Affirmative Action Part IV: Implementing Public Policy Chapter 10 Understanding and Improving Public Policy Public POlicy Analysis: A Brief History The Incrementalist Paradigm of Public Policymaking The Rationalist Paradigm of Public Policymaking The Strategic Planning Paradigm of Public Policymaking Truly Universal Strategic Planning Chapter 11 Intersectoral Administration Collaboration and Privatization Federal Privatization Privatizing in the States Privatizing by Local Governments Is Business Better? The Case for Competition Practical Privatization: Lessons Learned The Businesses of Governments The Independent Sector: Experiences in Interdependence A Case of Independent Governance: Neighborhoods Renascent Impllementation by Individuals: Volunteers and Vouchers Chapter 12 Intergovernmental Administration The Evolution of Intergovernmental Administration Fiscal Federalism Regulatory Federalism Money, Mandates, and Washington: What Now? Federalism among Equals: The States Intergovernmental Administration in the States Intergovernmental Administration among Local Governments A Load of Local Governments: Definitions, Scope, Services, Revenue Sources, Government, and Forms of Government for Counties, Municipalities, Townships, School Districts, and Special Districts Place, People, and Power: The Puzzle of Metropolitan Governance Chapter 13 Toward a Bureaucratic Ethic Codes and Commissions: The Rise of Public Sector Ethics Practicing Ethical Public Administration Do Morals Matter? Bureaucracy's Bane: Determining the Public Interest Can Normative Theory Help? Four Philosophies of the Public Interest The Passion of Public Administration Big Bureaucracy, Big Decisions Appendix A: Information Sources, Journals, and Organizations in Public and Nonprofit Administration by Specialization Budgeting and Finance Criminal Justice Ethics Federal Government Human Resource Management Independent Sector Information Resource Management Intergovernmental Administration Local Government Minority and Gender Affairs Planning Program Evaluation and Performance Measurement State Government Welfare, Health, and Public Safety Appendix B: Annotated Information Sources in Public Administration and Related Fields Appendix C: Selected Annotated Journals Relevant to Public and Nonprofit Administration Appendix D: Selected Academic, Professional, and Public-Interest Organizations with Web Sites and Descriptions Appendix E: Correct Forms of Address for Public Officials Appendix F: Becoming a Public or Nonprofit Administrator How Many Job? How Much Pay? Preparing for a Position: Education, Resumes, Networking, and Interning Finding a Position The Application The Interview Appendix G: American Society for Public Administration Code of Ethics Index|
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