Inside Bureaucracy

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Waveland Press, 1994 - Bureaucracy - 292 pages
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This book aims to develop a useful theory of bureaucratic decision making because bureaus make critical decisions that shape the economic, educational, political, social, moral, & even religious lives of nearly everyone on earth.

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Anthony Downs is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and has served as a consultant to many of the nation's largest corporations, major developers, and government agencies at all levels including the White House. He has a Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University and is a widely published author.

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