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Lessons from the “Y2K and You” Campaign for the Local Government Community
The Political Theory of Reinvention
deLeon, Linda; Denhardt, Robert B.
The President and Representative Bureaucracy: Rhetoric and Reality
Naff, Katherine C.; Crum, John
Merit, Management, and Neutral Competence: Lessons from the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board, FY 1988–FY 1997
West, William F.; Durant, Robert F.
Employer Liability for Employee Sexual Harassment: A Judicial Policy-Making Study
Lee, Jr., Robert D.; Greenlaw, Paul S.
Measuring Disparity in Government Procurement: Problems with Using Census Data in Estimating Availability
Celec, Stephen E.; Voich, Jr., Dan; Nosari, E. Joe; Stith, Sr., Melvin T.
Applying Large-Group Interaction Methods in the Planning and Implementation of Major Change Efforts
Bryson, John M.; Anderson, Sharon R.
Tax Evasion from a Policy Perspective: The Case of the Motor Fuels Tax
Denison, Dwight V.; Eger III, Robert J.
Goal Displacement: Assessing the Motivation for Organizational Cheating
Bohte, John; Meier, Kenneth J.
Efficiently Taking Soundings in a Sea of Change: Two Histories of Public Budgeting and Finance
Exploring the Origins of the American Administrative State: Recent Writings on the Ambiguous Legacy of Alexander Hamilton
White, Jr., Richard D.
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