Public Administration Dictionary
Most first-year courses in public administration include debate on terminological issues. This dictionary aims to provide students, lecturers and practitioners with a resource manual for their dealings with the broad field of Public Administration. It also includes terminology for sub-disciplinary areas such as human resource management, information management and politics.
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