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The approaching bicentennial of the Constitution is provoking renewed interest in the political thought of the founding period. In this connection, this essay makes the case for drawing on the political reasoning of founders such as Hamilton to illuminate the place of the federal administration...
This article uses Wamsley and Zald's discussion of the political economy of public organizations to develop categories of constraints on evaluation in bureaucratic settings. It argues that the relevant literature focuses largely on political factors, in part because this literature concentrates...
This article extends Landau's work on redundancy in organizations. Three basic and two hybrid approaches to redundancy are described and compared. The types are explored in the context of redundancy as duplication, and also in the context of redundancy as overlap, with modifications as...
Many of the meanings of organizational symbols, rituals, stories and roles are ultimately given by the larger social context in which all organizations operate, so to understand the symbolic properties of an organization fully it is important to look beyond any individual system. This paper...
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