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Doctrines and Persuasion in Administrative Argument
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academic acceptance factor administrative argument administrative doctrines administrative philosophies administrative science advocated analysis applied appointment approach argued Aristotle authority basis Brownlow Committee Brownlow Report cameralism cameralists central century civil service classic clients common competition corporate corporatization decisions democracy disbelief discussed economic Edwin Chadwick effective efficiency example favour GIVE LEADERS Herbert Simon holds HOW/WHAT ibid ideas instance interest Jeremy Bentham labour lambda-type claim late cameralism leadership linked means metaphor and fiction metaphytic military Multi-source supply Northcote-Trevelyan Report office-holders organization particular performance persuasive political practice principle Public Administration public bureaucracies public management public service responsibility reward rhetorical sector selection sense sigma-type claim sigma-type justification Simon social staff Stereotype structure subsidiarity suspension of disbelief tatemae theta-type claim theta-type justifications tion traditional UK civil service variant Wilenski review