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Resilience in Public Administration: The Work of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom from a Public Administration Perspective
Challenges Confronting Contemporary Public Budgeting: Retrospectives/Prospectives from Allen Schick
Introduction to “Spanning ‘Bleeding’ Boundaries”
Spanning “Bleeding” Boundaries: Humanitarianism, NGOs, and the Civilian-Military Nexus in the Post–Cold War Era
Roberts, Nancy C.
Examining Small Town Revenues: To What Extent Are They Diversified?
Carroll, Deborah A.; Johnson, Terri
Evaluating Local Government Emergency Management Programs: What Framework Should Public Managers Adopt?
Understanding Street-Level Bureaucrats' Decision Making: Determining Eligibility in the Social Security Disability Program
Keiser, Lael R.
What Influences City Council Adoption and Support for Reinventing Government? Environmental or Institutional Factors?
Krebs, Timothy B.; Pelissero, John P.
Interlocal Service Cooperation in U.S. Cities: A Social Network Explanation
LeRoux, Kelly; Brandenburger, Paul W.; Pandey, Sanjay K.
The Effect of Problem Severity, Managerial and Organizational Capacity, and Agency Structure on Intergovernmental Collaboration: Evidence from Local Emergency Management
McGuire, Michael; Silvia, Chris
Brenda Bryant: There Is Nothing More Practical than a Good Theory
Radin, Beryl A.
The Conditions of Care: Reframing the Debate about Public Sector Ethic
Stensöta, Helena Olofsdotter
Did Max Weber's Agony and Ecstasy Influence His Scholarship?
Raadschelders, Jos C. N.
Perspectives on Knowledge Converted into Action
Anechiarico, Frank; Smith, Dennis C.
The Human Capital Phenomenon: Putting People First
Condrey, Stephen E.
Challenges and Related Implications of the American Corrections System
Williams, Brian N.
The European Union and the European States
Dimitrova, Antoaneta L.
Sclerotic and Starved Government?
Goodsell, Charles T.
The Troubling History of Regulating Reproduction
Levine, Aaron D.
Innumeracy in a World of Numbers
Moynihan, Donald P.
Letter to the Editor of Public Administration Review in Response to a Recent Symposium on Financial Regulatory Reform
Lodge, Martin; Wegrich, Kai
Comment on Laurence E. Lynn, Jr., “Restoring the Rule of Law to Public Administration: What Frank Goodnow Got Right and Leonard White Didn’t,” and Donald P. Moynihan, “‘Our Usable Past’: A Historical Contextual Approach to Administrative Values,”PAR 69(5)
Arnold, David S.
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