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Congratulations and Commentary
The Great Unraveling: Federal Budgeting, 1998–2006
A Comment on “The Great Unraveling: Federal Budgeting, 1998–2006”
Hoagland, G. William
The U.S. National Security Strategy: Policy, Process, Problems
Doyle, Richard B.
Informing State Economic Development Policy in the New Economy: A Theoretical Foundation and Empirical Examination of State Innovation in the United States
Hall, Jeremy L.
The Institutionalization of Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Federal Government
Developments in the Law: Garcetti v. Ceballos and the Workplace Freedom of Speech Rights of Public Employees
Fiscal Management Implications of the TABOR Bind
Martell, Christine R.; Teske, Paul
The Role of Procedural Controls in OSHA’s Ergonomics Rulemaking
Putting the Resource-Based View of Strategy and Distinctive Competencies to Work in Public Organizations
Bryson, John M.; Ackermann, Fran; Eden, Colin
Governing the Chinese Economy: Regulatory Reform in the Service of the State
Pearson, Margaret M.
Adjusting Fiscal Decentralization Programs to Improve Service Results in Bulgaria and Romania
Guess, George M.
New Technologies Stuck in Old Hierarchies: The Diffusion of Geo-Information Technologies in Dutch Public Organizations
Vonk, Guido; Geertman, Stan; Schot, Paul
Brain Politics: Aspects of Administration in the Comparative Issue Definition of Autism-Related Policy
Lee Baker, Dana; Stokes, Shannon
Politics and the Limits of a Science of Governance: Some Reflections on the Thought of Bernard Crick
The Administrative State, the Exercise of Discretion, and the Constitution
The New Public Management at Middle Age: Critiques of the Performance Movement
Old Wine in a New Bottle, with a Twist
Jordan, Sara R.
Revitalizing Democracy? New Avenues for Citizen Participation in the Era of Information Technology
In the Meantime: An Agenda
Hurricane Katrina: Social Science Perspectives
May, Peter J.