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Studies of representative bureaucracies are staples of public administration research; however, because of a variety of methodological problems, too few have been able to address the basic "so what?" question. Do bureaucracies with different levels of representativeness produce different policy...
Although many proponents of civil service reform question the principles of classical American public administration and specifically reject its neutral competence model of federal service, the principle of neutrality continues to be an important belief of federal career executives. This finding...
This article proposes new directions for a reoriented public financial management in the 1990s. Substantively, it calls for less research and pedagogy devoted to budget theory and format work and greater attention to "nuts-and-bolts" topics such as cash management, forecasting, and budget...
A resurgence of interest in substate regionalism today has implications for intergovernmental relations in the 1990s. This research analyzes changes in the sector alignments of regional councils as assessed by their executive directors for a 10-year period from 1985 to 1995. It explores the...
A random sample of case records of refugees applying for public cash assistance in 1984 was selected. Three years later, in 1987, the public cash assistance status of members of this sample was then noted. Overall determinants of being off public cash assistance by 1987 were: being less than 30,...
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