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The Resource Foundations of public administration : an essay in tis paradigms, I. Th. M. Snellen

Foundations of public administration : an essay in tis paradigms, I. Th. M. Snellen

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Foundations of public administration : an essay in tis paradigms
Title
Foundations of public administration
Title remainder
an essay in tis paradigms
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I. Th. M. Snellen
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Language
eng
Summary
In the course of the last century, fundamental changes occurred in the relationship between public administration and politics. This book describes in which ways and to what extent the public administration discipline aims to shape this fundamental relation by analyzing the paradigmatic foundations of the discipline. The various paradigms adopted by different groups in the public administration discipline at different points in time determine for a large part the nature of problems to be tackled and the solution procedures that may be considered. Therefore, as discussed in the book, a clear in
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Snellen, I. Th. M
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351
Index
index present
LC call number
JF1351
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Public administration
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Public administration
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Foundations of public administration : an essay in tis paradigms, I. Th. M. Snellen
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Includes bibliographical references, index
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Contents; Introduction; Prologue; 1 Paradigms in Public Administration; 1.1 The Meaning of 'Public Administration'; 1.2 Public Administration as a Borrowing Discipline; 1.3 Paradigms as Conceptual Lenses; 1.4 The Late Development of Public Administration Paradigms; 1.5 The Politics-Administration Relation as a Practical and Theoretical Problem; 2 Public Administrationas a Submissive Instrument of Politics; 2.1 Wilson's Introduction of a 'Foreign Science'; 2.2 Max Weber's Elaborations on the Paradigm; 3 Public Administration as an 'Outsourceable'Policy Production System
  • 3.1 Policies and Administration from a Systems Perspective3.2 Systems Approach and the Make-ability of Society(the 1960s); 3.3 Paradigmatic Problems and Solutions: a Case Study; 3.4 Public Sector Management Systems and Ethics; 4 Demand and Supply Paradigm of Public Administration; 4.1 Public Choice Theory: An Optimistic and a Pessimistic Scenario; 4.2 Solutions to the Problems as Viewed Through the Paradigmatic Lens; 4.3 'Re-inventing Government' and Other Practical Proposals; 4.4 Exogenous and Endogenous Criticism of the Demand and Supply Paradigm
  • 5 The Modernist Paradigm: Public Administration as Scientification ofPolitics5.1 Rational Science and Irrational Politics; 5.2 Policy Theory as the Core of Policy Sciences and Policy Analysis; 5.3 Problems and Solutions Suggested by the Modernistic Paradigm; 5.4 The Infinite Quest for (Scientific) Rationality; 6 Public Administration ina Multirational Perspective: a Post-Modern Paradigm; 6.1 A Four-Rationality Model of Public Administration and Politics; 6.2 The Rivalry Between the Four Rationalities; 6.3 Distinguishing Properties of the Post-modernistic Paradigm; 6.4 Some Tentative Solutions
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881457933
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1 online resource (122 pagina's)
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online
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9789460949432
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computer
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  • c
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(OCoLC)881457933
Label
Foundations of public administration : an essay in tis paradigms, I. Th. M. Snellen
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references, index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Contents; Introduction; Prologue; 1 Paradigms in Public Administration; 1.1 The Meaning of 'Public Administration'; 1.2 Public Administration as a Borrowing Discipline; 1.3 Paradigms as Conceptual Lenses; 1.4 The Late Development of Public Administration Paradigms; 1.5 The Politics-Administration Relation as a Practical and Theoretical Problem; 2 Public Administrationas a Submissive Instrument of Politics; 2.1 Wilson's Introduction of a 'Foreign Science'; 2.2 Max Weber's Elaborations on the Paradigm; 3 Public Administration as an 'Outsourceable'Policy Production System
  • 3.1 Policies and Administration from a Systems Perspective3.2 Systems Approach and the Make-ability of Society(the 1960s); 3.3 Paradigmatic Problems and Solutions: a Case Study; 3.4 Public Sector Management Systems and Ethics; 4 Demand and Supply Paradigm of Public Administration; 4.1 Public Choice Theory: An Optimistic and a Pessimistic Scenario; 4.2 Solutions to the Problems as Viewed Through the Paradigmatic Lens; 4.3 'Re-inventing Government' and Other Practical Proposals; 4.4 Exogenous and Endogenous Criticism of the Demand and Supply Paradigm
  • 5 The Modernist Paradigm: Public Administration as Scientification ofPolitics5.1 Rational Science and Irrational Politics; 5.2 Policy Theory as the Core of Policy Sciences and Policy Analysis; 5.3 Problems and Solutions Suggested by the Modernistic Paradigm; 5.4 The Infinite Quest for (Scientific) Rationality; 6 Public Administration ina Multirational Perspective: a Post-Modern Paradigm; 6.1 A Four-Rationality Model of Public Administration and Politics; 6.2 The Rivalry Between the Four Rationalities; 6.3 Distinguishing Properties of the Post-modernistic Paradigm; 6.4 Some Tentative Solutions
Control code
881457933
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (122 pagina's)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789460949432
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
figuren
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)881457933

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