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Political scientists Gormley and Weimer offer an insightful and well-written account of an increasingly popular policy tool they refer to as the 'organizational report card.' As they conceive it, the 'organizational report card' is a policy instrument that enhances accountability by providing performance measurements of public and private sector organizations. After elaborating the rationale and history of organizational report cards, the authors consider the methodological challenges associated with designing such instruments...This thoughtful book will be of special value to those interested in policy studies and public administration. Highly recommended for graduate students and faculty as well as practitioners/professionals.
— G. L. Malecha