Public Administration: Understanding Management, Politics, and Law in the Public Sector
Given the favorable response to the first edition, I have cast the second in a fundamentally similar mold. It is divided into the same four parts. Part One introduces the book's intellectual framework and discusses the development of public administration in the United States. Part Two considers public administration's core areas: organization, personnel, budgeting, decision making, and policy analysis and evaluation. Part Three analyzes regulatory administration as an illustration of the interplay of the three perspectives. Part Four focuses on the "public" and the "public interest" in public administration. But the book has been strengthened considerably throughout. It has been updated to include more on the Reagan presidency's impacts on public admistration; more attention is paid to state and local administration; and much material has been added.
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