by Lexington Books .
Written in English
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Politics of the Administrative Process shows how efficient public administration requires a delicate balance―the bureaucracy must be powerful enough to be effective, but also accountable to elected officials and citizens. Author Don Kettl gives students a realistic, relevant, and well-researched view of the field in this reader–friendly best by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mann, Dale. Politics of administrative representation. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books, © (OCoLC) Politics of the Administrative Process shows how efficient public administration requires a delicate balance—the bureaucracy must be powerful enough to be effective, but also accountable to elected officials and citizens. Author Don Kettl gives students a realistic, relevant, and well-researched view of the field in this reader–friendly best seller. Christine B. Harrington is professor of politics at New York University; she is also affiliated with the Institute for Law and Society and New York University School of Law. She is the author of Shadow Justice: The Ideology and Institutionalization of Alternatives to Court and editor of Lawyers in a Postmodern World: Translation and Transgression (with Maureen Cain) and The Presidency in Cited by:
Administrative Values, Pluralism, and Political Accountability Politics and administration previously seen as separate and distinct Preth century: politically neutral/passive “Science of administration” view in response to widespread corruption Efforts to separate politics File Size: 1MB. Political representation is the activity of making citizens "present" in public policy making processes when political actors act in the best interest of citizens. This definition of political representation is consistent with a wide variety of views on what representing implies and what the duties of representatives are. For example, representing may imply acting on the expressed wishes of. The Alternative to Electoral Politics is a book by the Australian philosopher John Burnheim which outlines an alternative to electoral democracy. Originally published in , the work was subsequently published with a new introduction in , and again as a kindle e-book in “politics and administration work best as independent variables, capable of being improved in isolation without endangering or interfering with the other side” (Martin, , p. ). The school draws attention to the potential negative consequences of free interaction between politics and .
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