Public Administration: Understanding Management, Politics, and Law in the Public Sector

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McGraw-Hill Education, 7. 4. 2008 - Počet stran: 600
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The seventh edition of Public Administration: Understanding Management, Politics, and Law in the Public Sector grounds students in the fundamentals of public administration while embracing its complexity through multiple sets of values that affect administrative management of the American state. This cutting-edge new edition explains and analyzes public administration from the point of view of three well-established perspectives: management, politics, and law.

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Regulation and Service
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Public Administration Reconsidered
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David H. Rosenbloom is Distinguished Professor of Public Administration in the School of Public Affairs at American University in Washington, DC. He holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Chicago. He is the 2001 recipient of the American Political Science Association’s John Gaus Award for exemplary scholarship in the joint tradition of political science and public administration. In 1999, he received the American Society for Public Administration's Dwight Waldo Award for his outstanding contributions to the field. He is a member of the National Academy of Public Administration, from which he received the 2001 Louis Brownlow Award for his book on Building a Legislative-Centered Public Administration. Professor Rosenbloom serves on the editorial boards of about a dozen leading public administration journals and is a member of the Marietta College Board of Trustees. He frequently guest lectures at universities and public service organizations in the U.S. and abroad.

Robert S. Kravchuk is Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. His teaching and research focus on public budgeting and finance, administrative theory and the political economy of former socialist countries in transition, with a special emphasis on Ukraine and Russia. His current research projects include an exploration of the root concepts of American administrative theory, and a comprehensive history of Russian public administration from Ivan the Terrible to Vladimir Putin. His administrative experience includes service as Under Secretary in the Connecticut State budget office, U.S. Treasury Department Resident Budget Advisor to the Minister of Finance of Ukraine, and appointment by the U.S. Secretaries of State and the Treasury as the Financial Advisor to the President of Bosnia-Herzegovina. A frequent writer and lecturer on public budgeting and administrative reform and capacity building, Professor Kravchuk has taught at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the University of Connecticut, the University of Hartford, and Le Moyne College. He lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Richard M. Clerkin is an Assistant Professor in the Public Administration Department in the School of Public and International Affairs at North Carolina Sate University. He received his Ph.D. in Public Affairs from Indiana University-Bloomington, where he was a Chancellor's Fellow. The main focus of his research focuses on the interplay of government and nonprofit organizations. In particularl, he studies the role nonprofits play in advocating and lobbying in the policy process and how nonprofits are accountable to their multiple stakeholders. In a new research project, he is examining state level regulation of charitable solicitation. Additional areas of research include examining the institutional pressures that shape organizational structures and procedures in nonprofits, applying the concept of public service motivation to volunteering and donating behavior, as well as using charitable gaming to explore the paradoxes and tensions nonprofits face as they try to achieve their mission. His research has been published in Public Administration Review, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, and Nonprofit Management and Leadership. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife and children.

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