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What Government Agencies Do And Why They Do Itav James Wilson299Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Bureaucracy is the classic study of the way American government agencies work and how they can be made to work better. Examining a wide range of bureaucracies, including the Army, the FBI, the FCC, and the Social Security Administration, James Q. Wilson provides the first comprehensive, in-depth analysis of what government agencies do, why they function as they do, and how they might become more responsible and effective. With a new introduction by the author.
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"Wilson is our Weber and this is his summa ... A sprightly, irreverent and profoundly serious inquiry as to how you make a nation work."--Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan "Wilson is a remarkably clear thinker. It is unlikely that anyone in the foreseeable future will master so much research about so many agencies at the government level."--Tom Peters, The Washingtonian "May well be the best book now available on bureaucracy in America."--Paul Starr, The New Republic "Immediately takes its place as the indispensable one-volume guide to American national administration."--Aron Wildavsky, Los Angeles Times Book Review "A gold mine of interesting, even unique observations about bureaucratic government on all levels."--Christian Science Monitor
James Q. Wilson is James Collins professor of management and public policy at UCLA. Winner of the 1990, James Madison Award of the American Political Science Association, he is also the author of Moral Sense and Moral Judgement.
Organizations * Armies, Prisons, Schools * Organization Matters Operators * Circumstances * Beliefs * Interests * Culture Managers * Constraints * People * Compliance Executives * Turf * Strategies * Innovation Context * Congress * Presidents * Courts * National Differences Change * Problems * Rules * Markets * Bureaucracy and the Public Interest