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New Public Management has now been “new” for more than 15 years, and public administration scholars are calling for new approaches, such as networked governance or collaboration. However, these approaches share with their predecessors the problem that they tend toward a one-best-way orientation....
Many in public administration hypothesize that public service motivation (PSM) has a direct positive impact on the attitudes and behaviors of public employees. However, there are inconsistencies in the PSM literature that challenge this hypothesis. This study sought to find out whether...
This article explores the consequences that local government institutions and turnover among local government officials have for local borrowing. We outline how turnover affects choices in policy arenas involving public and private sector actors, long-term obligations, or future commitments....
This study examines factors that influence adoption of new public management information systems (PMIS) by bureaucrats in the Korean government. The author proposes a theory that public bureaucrats' adoption of new PMIS depends on their power within the hierarchical structure, their ability to...
For a brief period in the 1910s, the municipal budget exhibit was viewed by good-government reformers at the trailblazing New York Bureau of Municipal Research as a key outlet for cleaning up corrupt local governments and educating the masses to play their proper role in the new administrative...
As a $25 billion industry generated by more than 220 tribes in 30 states, Indian gaming is today's fulcrum for tribal—state intergovernmental relations (IGR). Despite its widespread influence on communities throughout the United States, how Indian gaming shapes tribal— state IGR remains...
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