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The Oxford handbook of American bureaucracy, edited by Robert F. Durant, (electronic resource)

Label
The Oxford handbook of American bureaucracy
Title
The Oxford handbook of American bureaucracy
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert F. Durant
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
With engaging new contributions from the major figures in the fields of public administration, public management, and public policy 'The Oxford Handbook of American Bureaucracy' is a key point of reference for anyone working in American politics today
Member of
Is part of
Cataloging source
CUS
Dewey number
352.630973
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1949-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Durant, Robert F.
Series statement
The Oxford handbooks of American politics
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bureaucracy
  • Bureaucracy
  • Civil service
  • Civil service
Target audience
primary
Label
The Oxford handbook of American bureaucracy, edited by Robert F. Durant, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • A gendered legacy :
  • the progressive reform era revisited
  • Hindy Lauer Schachter
  • Reevaluating executive-centered public administrative theory
  • David H. Rosenbloom
  • Metaphors and the development of American bureaucracy
  • Jonathan G.S. Koppell
  • Herbert Hoover's revenge :
  • politics, policy, and administrative reform movements
  • Robert F. Durant
  • Introduction.
  • Rethinking rationality in American bureaucracy?.
  • Agency theory and the bureaucracy
  • B. Dan Wood
  • Agency design and evolution
  • Amy B. Zegart
  • Goal ambiguity and the study of American bureaucracy
  • Hal G. Rainey
  • Street-level bureaucracy theory
  • Steven Maynard-Moody and Shannon Portillo
  • The promises and paradoxes of performance-based bureaucracy
  • A heritage made our own
  • Donald P. Moynihan
  • Leading through cultural change
  • Anne M. Khademian
  • Postmodernism, bureaucracy, and democracy
  • Ralph P. Hummel and Camilla Stivers
  • Redrawing the boundaries of American bureaucracy?.
  • Myths, markets, and the "visible hand" of American Bureaucracy
  • H. George Frederickson and Edmund C. Stazyk
  • Networking in the shadow of bureaucracy
  • Michael McGuire and Robert Agranoff
  • Robert F. Durant
  • The promises, performance, and pitfalls of government contracting
  • Jocelyn M. Johnston and Barbara S. Romzek
  • Reluctant partners :
  • nonprofit collaboration, social entrepreneurship, and leveraged volunteerism
  • Wolfgang Bielefeld, James L. Perry, and Ann Marie Thomson
  • Policy tools, mandates, and intergovernmental relations
  • Beryl A. Radin and Paul Posner
  • Promises, perils, and performance of netcentric bureaucracy
  • Sharon L. Caudle
  • Multilevel methods in the study of bureaucracy
  • Reconceptualizing the history of American bureaucracy?.
  • Carolyn J. Heinrich and Carolyn J. Hill
  • Recalibrating politics, responsiveness, and accountability in American bureaucracy?.
  • Legislative delegation of authority to bureaucratic agencies
  • George A. Krause
  • "Presidentializing" the bureaucracy
  • Robert F. Durant and William G. Resh
  • Bureaucracy, democracy, and judicial review
  • Jerry L. Mashaw
  • Interest groups, rulemaking, and American bureaucracy
  • Cornelius Kerwin, Scott Furlong, and William West
  • Historical institutionalism, political development, and the study of American bureaucracy
  • Policymaking, bureaucratic discretion, and overhead democracy
  • Samuel Workman, Bryan D. Jones, and Ashley E. Jochim
  • Choice-theoretic approaches to bureaucratic structure
  • Jonathan Bendor and Thomas H. Hammond
  • Revitalizing the constitutional, resource capacity, and ethical foundations of American bureaucracy?.
  • Has governance eclipsed government?
  • Laurence E. Lynn, Jr
  • Revitalizing human resources management
  • Norma M. Riccucci
  • Representative bureaucracy
  • David Brian Robertson
  • Lael R. Keiser
  • Innovations in budgeting and financial management
  • Daniel R. Mullins and John L. Mikesell
  • The prospects for revitalizing ethics in a new governance era
  • Guy B. Adams and Danny L. Balfour
  • Experimental methods, agency incentives, and the study of bureaucratic behavior
  • Gary J. Miller and Andrew B. Whitford
  • The "first new federalism" and the development of the administrative state, 1883-1929
  • Kimberley Johnson
Control code
ocn697809086
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 864 p.)
Form of item
online
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The Oxford handbook of American bureaucracy, edited by Robert F. Durant, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • A gendered legacy :
  • the progressive reform era revisited
  • Hindy Lauer Schachter
  • Reevaluating executive-centered public administrative theory
  • David H. Rosenbloom
  • Metaphors and the development of American bureaucracy
  • Jonathan G.S. Koppell
  • Herbert Hoover's revenge :
  • politics, policy, and administrative reform movements
  • Robert F. Durant
  • Introduction.
  • Rethinking rationality in American bureaucracy?.
  • Agency theory and the bureaucracy
  • B. Dan Wood
  • Agency design and evolution
  • Amy B. Zegart
  • Goal ambiguity and the study of American bureaucracy
  • Hal G. Rainey
  • Street-level bureaucracy theory
  • Steven Maynard-Moody and Shannon Portillo
  • The promises and paradoxes of performance-based bureaucracy
  • A heritage made our own
  • Donald P. Moynihan
  • Leading through cultural change
  • Anne M. Khademian
  • Postmodernism, bureaucracy, and democracy
  • Ralph P. Hummel and Camilla Stivers
  • Redrawing the boundaries of American bureaucracy?.
  • Myths, markets, and the "visible hand" of American Bureaucracy
  • H. George Frederickson and Edmund C. Stazyk
  • Networking in the shadow of bureaucracy
  • Michael McGuire and Robert Agranoff
  • Robert F. Durant
  • The promises, performance, and pitfalls of government contracting
  • Jocelyn M. Johnston and Barbara S. Romzek
  • Reluctant partners :
  • nonprofit collaboration, social entrepreneurship, and leveraged volunteerism
  • Wolfgang Bielefeld, James L. Perry, and Ann Marie Thomson
  • Policy tools, mandates, and intergovernmental relations
  • Beryl A. Radin and Paul Posner
  • Promises, perils, and performance of netcentric bureaucracy
  • Sharon L. Caudle
  • Multilevel methods in the study of bureaucracy
  • Reconceptualizing the history of American bureaucracy?.
  • Carolyn J. Heinrich and Carolyn J. Hill
  • Recalibrating politics, responsiveness, and accountability in American bureaucracy?.
  • Legislative delegation of authority to bureaucratic agencies
  • George A. Krause
  • "Presidentializing" the bureaucracy
  • Robert F. Durant and William G. Resh
  • Bureaucracy, democracy, and judicial review
  • Jerry L. Mashaw
  • Interest groups, rulemaking, and American bureaucracy
  • Cornelius Kerwin, Scott Furlong, and William West
  • Historical institutionalism, political development, and the study of American bureaucracy
  • Policymaking, bureaucratic discretion, and overhead democracy
  • Samuel Workman, Bryan D. Jones, and Ashley E. Jochim
  • Choice-theoretic approaches to bureaucratic structure
  • Jonathan Bendor and Thomas H. Hammond
  • Revitalizing the constitutional, resource capacity, and ethical foundations of American bureaucracy?.
  • Has governance eclipsed government?
  • Laurence E. Lynn, Jr
  • Revitalizing human resources management
  • Norma M. Riccucci
  • Representative bureaucracy
  • David Brian Robertson
  • Lael R. Keiser
  • Innovations in budgeting and financial management
  • Daniel R. Mullins and John L. Mikesell
  • The prospects for revitalizing ethics in a new governance era
  • Guy B. Adams and Danny L. Balfour
  • Experimental methods, agency incentives, and the study of bureaucratic behavior
  • Gary J. Miller and Andrew B. Whitford
  • The "first new federalism" and the development of the administrative state, 1883-1929
  • Kimberley Johnson
Control code
ocn697809086
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 864 p.)
Form of item
online
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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