The Politics of the Administrative Process
Now with three case studies in every chapter-for a total of 28 more than the last edition-students apply ideas and analysis as they read. One case in each chapter is entirely devoted to state and local concerns with topics ranging from gun laws in Nashville, to StateStat in Maryland, to the use of Twitter by Newark's mayor to improve service delivery. Useful critical thinking questions at the end of each case help shape student responses and in-class conversation.
Specifications of The Politics of the Administrative Process
|Author||Donald F Kettl|
|Number Of Pages||640|
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