Handbook of Public Law and Administration
Phillip J. Cooper, Chester A. Newland
Wiley, Oct 29, 1997 - Political Science - 621 pages
Provides an authoritative, jargon-free overview of all aspects of public law and how it affects the public administrator's job and responsibilities. Contributors include judges, legal experts, public administration scholars, and practicing administrators.
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PUBLIC LAW FOUNDATIONS OF AMERICAN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
A Conceptual Framework
New and Old Paradigms
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