Reforming bureaucracy: the politics of institutional choice
Shows how modern public bureaucracies share a common set of institutional rules determining the internal patterns of decision-making and external relationships with other political factors.
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THE ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM MOVEMENT
Constituencies Prescriptions Tactics
Scientific Management and Professionalism
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