Foundations of Public Administration: A Comparative Approach
This book has been written to explain some of the fundamental issues of public administration to a wide audience. The author, Emeritus Professor and former head of the Department of Political Science at The University of Hong Kong, has had many years experience in the study and teaching of public administration in both European and African states (in the 50s and 60s) and Asia (in the 70s and 80s).
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The Size and Scope of Government
Allocation of Functions
Administration and Culture
The Administrative Profession
The Problem of Bureaucratic Corruption
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