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  • Golembiewski Robert T. (Sage Publications, 1990-02-01)
  • Ben-Ari Eyal (Sage Publications, 1990-02-01)
    This article represents an analysis of the cultural assumptions that are involved in the implementation of coproduction schemes. Through a case study of a garbage disposal scheme in a Japanese city, two interrelated themes ...
  • Tsurutani Taketsugu (Sage Publications, 1986-05-01)
    Against the background of increasingly knowledge-intensive policymaking in post-industrial society, this study attempts to explain both the purpose of the extensive participation of academics in Japanese government ...
  • Davis Dwight F.; Portis Edward B. (Sage Publications, 1982-08-01)
    When social scientists are hired as consultants, they face several ethical dilemmas. This article presents a logical argument for an ethical principle regarding the behavior of social scientists conducting policy evaluation ...
  • Jordan Grant; Maloney William A. (Sage Publications, 1997-11-01)
    The article begins by comparing the use of terms such as policy community and sub government by different authors and in different (JS. and UK) political science traditions. Although accepting the major body of work that ...
  • Houston David J.; Delevan Sybil M. (Sage Publications, 1994-08-01)
    Recent critiques of public administration research have admonished scholars for the lack of rigor in their quantitative research. This study extends the ongoing debate by comparing research published in six public ...
  • Spicer Michael W. (Sage Publications, 1990-11-01)
    This article seeks to apply a contractarian approach to the design of public administrative structures and processes. It speculates as to what kind of public administration could have emerged hypothetically from unanimous ...
  • Sherwood Frank P. (Sage Publications, 1976-08-01)
    The nature and origins of "action research " are described. In its current form, action research is a technique for conducting applied research with the collaboration of a client organization for the purpose of intervention. ...
  • Keller Lawrence; Heatwole Craig G. (Sage Publications, 1976-08-01)
  • White Jay D. (Sage Publications, 1987-11-01)
    This article relates the logic of literary interpretation to the logic of administrative action theory. It offers criteria for validating interpretations of administrative action. It shows how action theory can be rescued ...
  • Pletenik Betty; Cooper Phillip J. (Sage Publications, 1992-08-01)
    This article considers the problems faced by judges in law and policy disputes involving complex scientific and technological issues. It examines the historical development of government involvement in regulating recombinant ...
  • McGregor Eugene B. (SAGE Publications, INC., 1981-11-01)
    An analysis of Charles Lindblom's Politics and Markets reveals three basic elements from which organized social systems are created. The elements of authority, exchange, and persusasion are evaluated and the conclusion is ...
  • Schott Richard L. (Sage Publications, 1991-05-01)
    Recent research in the field of cognitive psychology provides some surprising and important insights for students of administration. This article reviews various leitmotifs of the field and discusses several aspects-among ...
  • Jreisat Jamil (Sage Publications, 1970-08-01)
  • Anechiarico Frank (Sage Publications, 1998-03-01)
    This article explores the relationship between civil society and public administration. It is argued that the disjunction between reform movements in the two fields can be repaired by a focus on administrative culture. The ...
  • Burns Mark; Mauet Alfred (Sage Publications, 1984-11-01)
    This article speculates that the applicability of specific models of interorganizational relations for public agencies may be linked to the stage of the organizational life cycle in which a particular agency is located. ...
  • Jos Philip H. (Sage Publications, 1990-08-01)
    The dominant approaches to administrative responsibility have been preoccupied with defining, mobilizing, and rehabilitating an intelligible and reliable "public, " one that provides an unambiguous source of guidance and ...
  • Rainey Glenn W.; Kline Robert L. (Sage Publications, 1979-11-01)
    In the continuing controversy over the appropriate role and institutional settings for professional urban management, a renewed emphasis on political initiative is appear ing—manifested in more activist conceptions of the ...
  • Vidmer Richard F. (Sage Publications, 1980-05-01)
    Soviet studies of organization and management have experienced burgeoning growth since the mid-1960s. Despite great diversity and apparent confusion in the field, there is an identifiable paradigm whitch unies theorists ...