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Early in the history of the National Performance Review (NPR), observers speculated that the prescriptions it contained, if implemented, would shift authority over the bureaucracy from the legislative branch to the executive branch. This review of the actual impact of NPR on relations between...
This article develops an integrative understanding of the relationship between citizenship behavior in and around organizations and new public management (NPM). The authors argue that recent theory of NPM underestimates the economic, symbolic, and educational contribution of many voluntary...
Administrative evil, as a research problem, is receiving attention in public administration research. Some of the literature suggests that administrative evil is caused by technical rationality. Although this may be so, technical rationality could also be considered symptomatic of a larger...
There is a widely accepted belief that veterans’ preference is a significant barrier to women’s career advancement. This article measures the impact of these policies on the careers of women in the federal civil service. Descriptive statistics, tests for comparisons of means, and logistic...
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