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The Rush to Policy: Using Analytic Techniques in Public Sector Decision Making

Peter William House, Roger Roger Don Shull - Political Science - 219 pages
Rush to Policy explores the appropriate role of technical analysis in policy formulation. The authors ask when and how the use of sophisticated analytic techniques in decision ...
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The Science of Public Policy: Essential Readings in Policy Science, Volume 5

Tadao Miyakawa - 2000 - 1976 pages
Penetrating the voluminous literature on the science of public policy, this set offers a comprehensive collection of papers on this significant discipline. Published in two ...
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Strategic Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations

Alan W. Steiss - Political Science - 2003 - 456 pages
The central resource for process improvement and innovation, this book includes valuable techniques to identify and improve organizational processes, as well as manage the ...
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Remaking China's Public Management

Peter N. S. Lee, Carlos Wing-hung Lo - Business & Economics - 2001 - 255 pages
The editors and contributors to this unusual new book give a systematic analysis of public sector management, in a country of massive size, now in retreat from a centrally ...
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Humble Analysis: The Practice of Joint Fact-finding

Clinton J. Andrews - Nature - 2002 - 200 pages
A seasoned analyst uses a case study approach to link conceptual debates about the construction of knowledge to the practical concerns of policy analysts.
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Segregation in Federally Subsidized Low-income Housing in the United States

Modibo Coulibaly, Rodney D. Green, David M. James - Business & Economics - 1998 - 153 pages
Showing how white prejudice obscures the government's role in maintaining segregation, this work argues that segregation is an integral part of federal housing policy.
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