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This article presents a conceptual model related to normative truth claims and is advanced as part of a larger project involving the development of a logical taxonomy of options available to public administration scholars as they assess projects of various kinds. The model differentiates among...
This article examines how government reinvention affects the accountability of public managers to different stakeholders by comparing the reinvention of federal welfare, education, and environmental programs. It maps the various accountability relationships surrounding public managers and...
This article discusses democratic deliberation as a core element of public administration in today's decentered world of governance. The juxtaposition of hierarchy and deliberation in policy networks is illustrated with the case of the legalization of brothels in the Netherlands. The case shows...
Scholars of administrative ethics have recently been attentive to the problem of so-called administrative evil. The authors argue that evil can be understood as a socially constructed category of agents and acts specific to particular circumstances and moral communities, and the authors apply a...
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