Functions of the Publi...
John Brehm
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Functions of the Public Executive

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The mere word "bureaucracy" brings to mind images of endless lines, piles of paperwork, and frustrating battles over rules and red tape. But some bureaucracies are clearly more efficient and responsive than others. Why? In Teaching, Tasks, and Trust, distinguished political scientists John Brehm and Scott Gates show that a good part of the answer may be found in the roles...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Russell Sage Foundation (first published 2008)
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