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Wilson, James Q.(Author).

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  • ISBN: 0465007848
  • ISBN: 9780465007844
  • ISBN: 0465007856 ((pbk.))
  • ISBN: 9780465007851 ((pbk.))
  • Physical Description: xiv, 433 pages ; 25 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Basic Books, ©1989.

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Armies, prisons, schools -- Organization matters ... Read More
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Subject: Administrative agencies > United States.
Bureaucracy > United States.
Administrative law > United States.

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Bureaucracy : What Government Agencies Do and Why They Do It
Bureaucracy : What Government Agencies Do and Why They Do It
by Wilson, James Q.
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Bureaucracy : What Government Agencies Do and Why They Do It

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Preface to the New Editionp. ix
Notesp. xvi
Prefacep. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xxi
Part IOrganizationsp. 1
Chapter 1    Armies, Prisons, Schoolsp. 3
Chapter 2    Organization Mattersp. 14
Part IIOperatorsp. 29
Chapter 3    Circumstancesp. 31
        Conclusionsp. 48
Chapter 4    Beliefsp. 50
        Conclusionsp. 70
Chapter 5    Interestsp. 72
        Conclusionsp. 88
Chapter 6    Culturep. 90
Part IIIManagersp. 111
Chapter 7    Constraintsp. 113
Chapter 8    Peoplep. 137
        Conclusionsp. 153
Chapter 9    Compliancep. 154
        Summary: Achieving Compliancep. 174
Part IVExecutivesp. 177
Chapter 10    Turfp. 179
        Conclusionsp. 195
Chapter 11    Strategiesp. 196
        Conclusionsp. 217
Chapter 12    Innovationp. 218
Part VContextp. 233
Chapter 13    Congressp. 235
        Appendix: Congressional Dominance: a Closer Lookp. 254
Chapter 14    Presidentsp. 257
Chapter 15    Courtsp. 277
Chapter 16    National Differencesp. 295
Part VIChangep. 313
Chapter 17    Problemsp. 315
        Conclusionsp. 331
Chapter 18    Rulesp. 333
Chapter 19    Marketsp. 346
        Conclusionsp. 363
Chapter 20    Bureaucracy and the Public Interestp. 365
Notesp. 379
Indexp. 409
Subject Indexp. 418

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