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The art of the state : culture, rhetoric, and public management

The art of the state : culture, rhetoric, and public management (Loan 17 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Hood, Christopher, 1947-
Title Statement
The art of the state : culture, rhetoric, and public management / Christopher Hood.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford ;   New York :   Clarendon Press,   1998.  
Physical Medium
xi, 261 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0198280408 (acid-free paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [242]-257) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Public administration. Public administration.
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245 1 4 ▼a The art of the state : ▼b culture, rhetoric, and public management / ▼c Christopher Hood.
260 ▼a Oxford ; ▼a New York : ▼b Clarendon Press, ▼c 1998.
300 ▼a xi, 261 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 23 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. [242]-257) and index.
650 0 ▼a Public administration.
650 4 ▼a Public administration.
950 1 ▼b UKL 15.99

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

List of Figures = xii

List of Tables = xiii

PART Ⅰ: INTRODUCTORY

 1. Public Management : Seven Propositions / Assumptions = 3

  1. Public Management : Three Conventional Assumptions = 3

  2. What This Book Argues = 3

  3. Grid/Group Cultural Theory and Public Management = 7

  4. Putting Cultural theory to Work in Analysing Public Management = 12

  5. Combing Cultural and Historical Perspectives = 14

  6. Modernity and Convergence in Cultural and Historical Perspective = 17

  7. The Strechability and Cnetrality of the Culural Theory Frame = 20

  8. The Plan of the Book = 21

 2. Calamity, Condpiyarcy, and Chaos in Public Management = 23

  1. Responses to Public-Management Disasters = 24

  2. Four Types of Failure and Collapse = 27

  3. Private Gain from Public Office = 28

  4. Fiascos Reslting from Excessive Trust in Authority and Expertise = 35

  5. Unresolved Conflict and Internecine Strife = 40

  6. Apathy and Inertia : Lack of Planning, Initiative, and Foresight = 43

  7. Accounting for Failure in Public Management = 45

 3. Control and Regulation in Public Management = 49

  1. 'Bossism' : Oversight and Review as an Approach to Control = 51

  2. 'Choicism" : Control by competition = 55

  3. 'Groupism" : Control by Contrived Randomness = 64

  4. 'Chancism' : Control by Contrived Randomness = 64

  5. Ringing the Changes : Hybrids, Variants, and Alternatives = 68

PART Ⅱ : CLASSIC AND RECURRING IDEAS IN PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

 4. Doing Public Management the Hierarchist Way = 73

  1. What Hierarchists Believe = 73

  2. 'The Daddy of them All' : Confucian Public Management = 76

  3. The European State-Builders : Cameralism and 'Policey Science' = 82

  4. Progressivism and Fabianism : 'Servants of the New Reorganization' = 90

  5. Conclusion = 96

 5. Doing Public Management the Individualist Wat = 98

  1. What Indivisualists Believe About Pubic Mangement = 98

  2. Individualist Approaches, Old and New = 101

  3. Recurring Themes in Individualist Public Management = 103

  4. Conclusion = 118

 6. Doing Public Management the Egalitarian Way = 120

  1. What Egalitarians Believe = 120

  2. The Managerial Critique of Egalitarianism = 128

  3. Varieties of Egalitarianism = 132

  4. Conclusion = 142

 7. Doing Public Management the Fatalist Way? = 145

  1. Beyond Markets, Hierarchies, and Solidarity : A fatalist World of Public Management? = 145

  2. Fatalism as a Greek Chorus in Public Management = 150

  3. Fatalism as a Recipe for Good Public Management : Lotteries as an Organizational Way of Life = 157

  4. Conclusion = 165

 PART Ⅲ: RHETORIC, MODERNITY, AND SCIENCE IN PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

 8. Public Management, Rhetoric, and Culture = 171

  1. Do Ideas Develop Cumulatively in Public Management? = 171

  2. The Rhetorical Dimension of Public Management = 173

  3. Rhetoric and Culture in Public Management = 177

  4. Better than the Devil You Know? Reaction and Change in Public Management = 189

  5. Conclusion = 192

 9. Contemporary Public Management : A New Global Paradigm/ = 194

  1. Modern, Global, Inevitable? The Claim of a New Pradigm in Public Management = 194

  2. Public-Management Modernization as Deep Change = 198

  3. Public-Management Modernization as Irreversible Change = 200

  4. Public-Management Modernization as Convergent Change = 201

  5. Public-Management Modernization as Beneficent Change = 206

  6. Modernization-or 'Fatal Remedies'? = 208

  7. Conclusion = 219

 10. Taking Stock : The State of the Art of the State = 222

  1. Public Management and Cultural Theory : Just Another Superficial Fad? = 222

  2. The 'Nursery Toys' Objection : Too Simple for Sophisticated Analysis = 226

  3. The 'Soft Science' Objection : A Limited and Ambiguous Theory? = 230

  4. The 'Wrong Tool' Objection : Is Cultural Theory Relevant for the What-to-Do Questions of Management? = 233

  5. Conclusion = 240

Biobliography = 242

Index = 29



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