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The study of networks is a growth area in public management. This article argues that small studies of networks need to be supplemented with large n studies that permit one to include more theoretically relevant control variables and to deal with issues of causality. Using survey data from...
Red tape is a significant management challenge, and this article seeks to understand how some managers are able to better cope with it. The authors find that managers with positive work attitudes cope better with personnel constraints as compared to those who have less positive work attitudes....
Federal courts play a significant role in the management and execution of public programs. Judicial intervention is evident in examples ranging from prisons to mental hospitals to schools. To clarify the appropriateness of federal judicial intervention, the authors construct a so-called full and...
There is a growing consensus that trust may resolve an enduring tension between political accountability and managerial flexibility in the modern administrative state. This complex issue is dealt with by the development of a model of public trust in government. Theoretical foundations are drawn...
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