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To comply with the precepts of today’s neoadministrative state, public managers are routinely pressed by elected officials to become results-oriented, customer-focused, and partnership-seeking service deliverers. The magnitude of the cultural change involved has frequently proved daunting at all...
Advances in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) are leading to a new level of computing in which systems will have the capability to act as autonomous agents and learn to learn independently, assess their environment, and think with values, motives, and emotions. Reflection on the dialogue...
The practice of intergovernmental management is widespread in application but poorly understood. The empirical study of economic policy making and administration reported here suggests that the role of the intergovernmental manager has expanded considerably beyond the familiar tasks of seeking...
Native American tribes have a unique status in American law, and Native organizations increasingly assert their rights in a variety of areas from adoption to fishing to gambling. State, local, and federal officials must work with these groups to resolve the conflicts that inevitably arise. Yet...
Theories suggest that administrators may use their discretion to advance their agency’s version of the public interest, court political support, or both. The author hypothesizes that administrators courting political support use their discretion to reward legislators who monitor their programs...
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