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  • Haas Peter J.; Wright Deil S. (Sage Publications, 1989-08-01)
    The frequency with which lop administrative officials in state government retain (or leave) their positions as agency heads is documented and discussions in this preliminary descriptive analysis of administrative turnover/tenure ...
  • McSwain Cynthia J. (Sage Publications, 1985-08-01)
    Current concern with founding the legitimacy of the administrative enterprise in a revitalized idea of the public interest leads us to a consideration of the meaning of citizenship in contemporary society. Our constitution, ...
  • Hill Larry B. (Sage Publications, 1972-05-01)
  • Fitch Lyle C.; Walsh Annmarie Hauck (Sage Publications, 1971-02-01)
    "Service delivery is the specialty of the city government. The more competently it performs this function, the greater will be its bargaining power in Albany and Washington. Successful local program management and supportive ...
  • Durant Robert F. (Sage Publications, 1998-07-01)
    On the eve of a new millennium, the United States appears bent on diffusing the administrative states (Waldo) authority to address social problems throughout the public, market, and civic spheres. Ascendant presently in ...
  • O'Toole Laurence J. (Sage Publications, 1989-11-01)
    The implementation of wastewater treatment policy in American municipalities provides a particularly useful context for the exploration of important issues in implementation research. Recent developments at the national ...
  • Lerner Allan W. (Sage Publications, 1986-02-01)
    This article marks out the contrasting assumptions and implications of two prevalent yet implicit approaches to organizational analysis: the micro and macro perspectives. It traces ambiguities in the concepts of organizational ...
  • Yanow Dvora (Sage Publications, 1996-02-01)
    The categories that we have created in the United States to divide ourselves according to racial and ethnic characteristics are social constructions, not reflections of the natural world and as such are flexible and evolving. ...
  • Sigelman Lee; Carter Robert (Sage Publications, 1976-11-01)
    This note uses information collected by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) to assess the quantity and quality of employment of American Indians in that agency. There is a clear-cut pattern of stratification within the BIA, ...
  • O'Toole Laurence J. (Sage Publications, 1984-08-01)
    The conventional wisdom concerning American public administrative thought suggests that a naive orthodoxy in vogue during the first portion of this century, was exposed as ideology a few decades ago and that the demise of ...
  • Schnall David J. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1997-03-01)
    Jewish cultural sources include scriptural narrative, Talmudic discourse, legal and ethical code, case law, and municipal regulation, developed over some 4 millennia of recorded history under a broad variety of diverse ...
  • Kiun Erik-Has (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1996-05-01)
    In the last 10 years, policy networks have become a popular concept to analyze policy making in muli-actor settings. This article argues that although stimulating and interesting, the research that has been done in this ...
  • Scholl Richard W. (SAGE Publications, INC., 1981-11-01)
    Macro theories of organizations generally rely on the concept of the goal as the mechanism that gives direction and achieves solidarity of organizational action. In recent years, research and theory building has begun to ...
  • Joyce Philip G. (Sage Publications, 1990-05-01)
    The issue of tenure among political executives has been hypothesized to be important in understanding the ability of presidents to implement policy. While it has been demonstrated that these executives remain in their ...
  • Schmidt Stuart M.; Kochan Thomas A. (Sage Publications, 1976-02-01)
    A "political economy effectiveness" model for analyzing the relationships between public agencies and their clients is developed. This model traces the effects of environmental exchange relationships on the goals guiding ...
  • Manz Charles C.; Mossholder Kevin W.; Luthanvs Fred (Sage Publications, 1987-05-01)
    A theoretical view of control is developed that argues that self-control is at the core of the organizational control process. Various "levels "making up the control process and issues regarding "sources"from which to ...
  • Weaver Jerry L. (Sage Publications, 1971-05-01)
  • Krannich Ronald L.; Krannich Caryl Rae (Sage Publications, 1979-08-01)
    This article analyzes the origins, interpretations, and impacts of anonymous letters in the municipal system of Thailand. First, these letters are one form of political communication. Second, they have political origins ...
  • Nachmias David; Rosenbloom David H. (Sage Publications, 1977-05-01)
    A theoretical framework for studying patterns of voluntary departure from public bureaucracies is developed and tested It was found that self-image, a sense of bureaucratic efficacy, and perceived politicization of the ...
  • Diamant Alfred (Sage Publications, 1972-05-01)