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Traditionally, the politics/administration dichotomy is referred to in the study of public administration as the founding dichotomy. Debates on its tenability are as old as its discovery. In the arguments put forward, however, no attention is paid to the epistemological nature of dichotomies....
This article explores a style-phase model of staged organizational responses to external pressure for change against two competing hypotheses, focusing on demands for greater openness and transparency. A study of six risk regulation regimes in the United Kingdom revealed that only half were...
Perceived assaults on the independence of the judiciary have called new attention to how courts obtain their funding. Little scholarly activity has examined the question of how courts negotiate the politics of budgeting in state arenas. Expanding our knowledge in this area is necessary if we are...
This article uses survey data to determine motivations and impediments to collaboration (i.e., contracting, merger/consolidation, and strategic alliance) among public transit systems in the United States. The results suggest that transit systems are more likely to contract out passenger service...
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