The Promise and Paradox of Civil Service Reform available in Paperback
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- University of Pittsburgh Press
Contains fourteen essays that examine, through a public policy focus, the 1978 civil service reform and its aftermath. The essays view policy design, implementation, and evaluation, as well as the overall politics of administration and institutional change. An indispensible tool for students of public administration, bureaucratic politics, and personnel policy.
Contributors: Carolyn Ban; John Halligan; Kirke Harper; Mark Huddleston; J. Edward Kellough; Larry M. Lane; Chester A. Newland; James L. Perry; Beryl A. Radin; Robert Vaughn; and the editors.
About the Author
Patricia W. Ingraham is professor of public administration and political science at Syracuse University.
David H. Rosenbloom is Distingushed Professor of public administration at American University.