Comparative Public Management: Putting U.S. Public Policy and Implementation in Context

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Randall Baker
Praeger, 1994 - 282 pages
Foreword Alfred M. Zuck Prologue Comparative Public Management: Coming In from the Cold Randall Baker The Impact of International Trade and Direct Foreign Investment on the National and Subnational Levels: An Overview Curtis Ventriss The Importance of Comparative Study in Educating the U.S. Public Service Richard W. Ryan Why Has Bureaucracy Not Smothered Democracy in the United States? Fred W. Riggs Democracy versus Bureaucracy: Transforming the Nature of the Civil Service in Bulgaria Randall Baker Theory and Methodology in the Study of Comparative Public Administration B. Guy Peters Comparative Civil Service Research: The Strategic Agenda Eugene B. McGregor and Paul Solano Administrative Reform Gerald Caiden Comparative Perspectives on Public Finance Larry Schroeder The Management of Public Budgeting Naomi Caiden Projects, Plans, and Programs Steven H. Arnold and E. Philip Morgan Comparative Intergovernmental Relations Robert Agranoff Central Issues in Comparative Analysis of Criminal Justice Systems and Criminal Policy: The Need for a Comparative Approach Wolfgang Dechsel Human Resources Management Lois R. Wise Environmental Policy and Management in the European Community and the United States, A Comparison Mariette C.S. Glim Information Resource Management: A Framework for Comparison by Rolland Hurtubise Comparative Industrial Policy Roy W. Shin Privatization: A Comparative Focus Donald E. Fuller Index.

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RANDALL BAKER is Professor and Director of International Programs, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University. He is the author of numerous books and articles in comparative public management and environmental policy analysis.

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