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Models of Bureaucracy
Theories of Bureaucratic Power
Bureaucracy and Democratic Theory
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accountability adminis administrative efficiency administrative system analysis argued assumptions become bureau bureaucratic administration bureaucratic power Burns and Stalker capitalism capitalist chapter characteristic competition complex concept concerned conclusion constitute context contrast coordination cracy criteria critical decision defined definition of bureaucracy democracy democratic theory derives discipline distinctive division of labour dominant effective electoral expansion expertise function hierarchy historical individual industrial society institutions interests leadership democracy liberal limitations Marx Marxist theory Max Weber means model of bureaucracy necessary non-bureaucratic elites normative operation organizational efficiency ownership particular party perspective political authority political economy practice pressures principle problem production proletarian democracy proletariat public administration question rational relations require role rule secrecy self-interest Social Democracy social science socialist sociology of organization Soviet Soviet Union sphere standpoint structure subordinate surplus labour systematic technical theory of bureaucracy typically understanding values Weber Weberian