Comparative Public Management: Putting US Public Policy and Administration in Context

In this new approach to a comparative text in public management, Randall Baker examines how, why, and to what extent the public sector around the world has shared in the "management revolution."
ISBN: 0-275-94348-8
Author: Randall Baker
Languages:
English
Publisher:
Praeger
Year:
1994
Pages:
282
Availability:
Description

Baker and his expert contributors also consider what can be learned from other countries and what the dangers are in trying to apply these approaches to American government.

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