The Politics of the Administrative Process
Chatham house publishers, Incorporated, 1991 - Political Science - 458 pages
Organization theory; The executive branch; Organization problems; The civil service; The higher public service; Decision making; Budgetin; Implementation; Legislative control of Administration; Regulation and the courts.
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