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Debating public administration : management challenges, choices, and opportunities

Debating public administration : management challenges, choices, and opportunities

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Durant, Robert F., 1949-. Durant, Jennifer R.S.
서명 / 저자사항
Debating public administration : management challenges, choices, and opportunities / edited by Robert F. Durant, Jennifer R.S. Durant.
발행사항
Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2013.
형태사항
xxv, 341 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
ASPA series in public administration and public policy
ISBN
9781466502369
요약
"Informed by a "5 R" framework (reconceptualizing purpose, redefining rationality, recapitalizing human assets, reengaging resources, and revitalizing democratic constitutionalism), this book bridges the gap between theory and practice. In this collection of articles revised for book format, the Durants expertly draw out themes, issues, problems, and prospects in their preface and section introductions. Bulleted lessons and practical take-aways are also added for the busy practitioner and researcher. This book is a 'one stop shop' for cross-disciplinary, cross-sectoral, and cross-professional exchanges on contemporary challenges, choices, and opportunities facing public administrators today"--
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Public administration.
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520 ▼a "Informed by a "5 R" framework (reconceptualizing purpose, redefining rationality, recapitalizing human assets, reengaging resources, and revitalizing democratic constitutionalism), this book bridges the gap between theory and practice. In this collection of articles revised for book format, the Durants expertly draw out themes, issues, problems, and prospects in their preface and section introductions. Bulleted lessons and practical take-aways are also added for the busy practitioner and researcher. This book is a 'one stop shop' for cross-disciplinary, cross-sectoral, and cross-professional exchanges on contemporary challenges, choices, and opportunities facing public administrators today"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
520 ▼a "Preface Theory to Practice Advancing the "science, processes, and art of public administration" has long been a central animating purpose of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA). Such a mission today involves practitioners and scholars providing answers to what is arguably the central animating question facing societies worldwide: how, when, and with what implications for the values treasured in a democratic republic can we best harness for public purposes the dynamism of markets, the passion and commitment of nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations, and the public interest-oriented expertise of the career public service at all levels of government. But dialogue between practitioners and academics has increasingly become the exception rather than the rule in contemporary public administration circles. With this set of challenges in mind, the then-new PAR editor Richard Stillman and managing editor Jos Raadschelders generously asked me to develop a feature for the journal that would be tailored to the information needs of practitioners while simultaneously affording scholars state-of-the-art summaries of the status of current research. As such, my interrelated aims as editor of Theory to Practice (T2P) were fourfold: ?? Afford opportunities for academics, practitioners, and pracademics to inform each other's work in the hope of advancing both practice and theory building in public administration ?? Facilitate cross-disciplinary, cross-sectoral (public, private, and nonprofit), and cross-professional exchanges that break down contemporary tendencies toward fragmentation and "stovepiping" of knowledge applicable to both practice and theory ??"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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PART I: Rethinking Administrative Rationality in a Democratic Republic
Chapter 1: Managing Successful Organizational Change in the Public Sector
Authors: Sergio Fernandez, Indiana University, and Hal G. Rainey, University of Georgia
Commentators: Patrick E. Connor and Fred Thompson, Willamette University
J. Christopher Mihm, Government Accountability Office
Mary Tschirhart, University of North Carolina-Charlotte

Chapter 2: Back to the Future? Performance-Related Pay, Empirical Research, and the Perils of Persistence
Authors: James L. Perry, Trent A. Engbers, and So Yun Jun, Indiana University
Commentators: David J. Houston, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Sanjay K. Pandey, Rutgers University
Howard Risher, Risher Enterprises, Ltd.

Chapter 3: From "Need to Know" to "Need to Share": Tangled Problems, Information Boundaries, and the Building of Public Sector Knowledge Networks
Authors: Sharon S. Dawes, Anthony M. Cresswell, and Theresa A. Pardo, SUNY-Albany
Commentators: Lisa Blomgren Bingham, Indiana University
Sharon L. Caudle, Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University

Chapter 4: Toward "Strong Democracy" in Global Cities? Social Capital Building, Theory-Driven Reform, and the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Experience
Authors: Juliet Musso, University of Southern California; Christopher Weare, University of Southern California; Thomas Bryer, University of Central Florida; and Terry L. Cooper, University of Southern California
Commentators: Brian J. Cook, Virginia Tech
Tina Nabatchi, Syracuse University
John Clayton Thomas, Georgia State University

Chapter 5: Reinventing Administrative Prescriptions: The Case for Democratic-Constitutional Impact Statements and Scorecards
Author: David H. Rosenbloom, American University
Commentator: John M. Kamensky, IBM Center for the Business of Government

PART II: Recapitalizing Organizational Capacity
Chapter 6: Betting on the Future with a Cloudy Crystal Ball? How Financial Theory Can Improve Revenue Forecasting and Budgets in the States
Authors: Fred Thompson and Bruce L. Gates, Willamette University
Commentators: Roy T. Meyers, University of Maryland-Baltimore County
Katherine G. Willoughby, Georgia State University

Chapter 7: Managing Public Service Contracts: Aligning Values, Institutions, and Markets
Authors: Trevor L. Brown, Ohio State University; Matthew Potoski, University of California-Santa Barbara; and David M. Van Slyke, Syracuse University
Commentators: Ruth H. DeHoog, University of North Carolina-Greensboro
Suzanne J. Piotrowski, Rutgers University-Newark
Thomas F. Reilly, Clark County, Nevada
Andrew B. Whitford, University of Georgia

Chapter 8: A Return to Spoils? Revisiting Radical Civil Service Reform in the United States
Authors: Stephen E. Condrey, Condrey and Associates, Inc., and R. Paul Battaglio, Jr., University of Texas-Dallas
Commentators: Frank D. Ferris, Executive Vice President, National Treasury Employees Union
Norma M. Riccucci, Rutgers University-Newark
Frank J. Thompson, Rutgers University-Newark

Chapter 9: A Solution in Search of a Problem? Discrimination, Affirmative Action, and the New Governance
Author: Sally Coleman Selden, Lynchburg College
Commentators: Domonic A. Bearfield, Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University
Lael R. Keiser, University of Missouri-Columbia
Sharon H. Mastracci, University of Illinois-Chicago

PART III: Reconceptualizing Institutions for New Policy Challenges
Chapter 10: Is the World "Flat" or "Spiky? Rethinking the Governance Implications of Globalization for Economic Development
Authors: Richard C. Feiock, Florida State University; M. Jae Moon, Yonsei University; and Hyung Jun Park, Sungkyunkwan University
Commentators: William Lyons, City of Knoxville, Tennessee and the University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Laura A. Reese, Michigan State University
John C. Morris, Old Dominion University, and Douglas J. Watson, University of Texas-Dallas

Chapter 11: Spanning "Bleeding" Boundaries: Humanitarianism, NGOs, and the Civilian-Military Nexus in the Post-Cold War Era
Author: Nancy C. Roberts, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
Commentator: Robert "Robin" H. Dorff, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College

Chapter 12: Left High and Dry? Climate Change, Common-Pool Resource Theory, and the Adaptability of Western Water Compacts
Authors: Edella Schlager, University of Arizona, and Tanya Heikkila, University of Colorado-Denver
Commentators: Elizabeth A. Graffy, U.S. Geological Survey and University of Wisconsin-Madison


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