Women in Public Administration of the American States: A Study of Their Administrative Values
The book analysis the administrative value of women state administrators in America. On the basis of this analysis, the author has drawn the conclusion that although upward career mobility of women in administration is less due to the glass-ceiling bar, gender variation does not exist so far as political acuity, efficiency and managerial competency of women administrators are concerned.
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