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In this article written in mid-January 2002, the author offers four insights for his field derived from the terrorist attacks and their aftermath. These relate to how public administration can stir our hearts and meet exigencies on one hand and how the field needs to do some rethinking and...
Although budgetary theory points out the importance of the balanced budget norm in influencing budgetary outcomes and procedures, this literature tends to ignore where these preferences originate. This study analyzes the source of the balanced budget preference in Japan, identifying its origins,...
This study examines whether the alternative policy instrument, systems change, fits the problem of efficient and effective local services. An initiative known as school-linked collaborative services, implemented by a team of county-level policy makers and community-based teams, is the focus. The...
This article discusses the honesty of local politicians and public administrators in 17 countries. First, it goes into deontological, consequential, virtue, and dialogic ethics. Based on a large-scale survey, this article concludes that the ethos (general principle) of honesty is a universal...
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