Public Administration Concepts And Cases

Author : Richard Stillman
ISBN : 9780618993017
Genre : Political Science
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PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: CONCEPTS AND CASES offers a unique and highly regarded framework in which conceptual readings are paired with contemporary case studies that reflect real-world examples of administrative work, as well as new thinking and developments in the field. Case studies and examples cover topics such as the Columbia space shuttle disaster, the shootings at Columbine High School, and the war in Iraq making it easy to engage students in the readings. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Political Science

Ethics And Integrity In Public Administration Concepts And Cases

Author : Raymond W Cox
ISBN : 9781317471134
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 68.85 MB
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"Ethics and Integrity in Public Administration" presents cutting-edge perspectives on the role of ethics in public sector management - what it is and where it is going. The contributors include a cross-section of authoritative authors from around the globe, and from both the academy and government. They cover a wide range of topics, diverse theoretical and conceptual paradigms, and global examples, and provide a broader view than what is typically offered in other books. The book includes both theoretical insights and commentaries grounded in practice. Chapters are divided into three parts: Ethical Foundations and Perspectives, Ethical Management and Ethical Leadership, and International and Comparative Perspectives.
Category: Business & Economics

Case Method

Author : Sushma Yadav
ISBN : 8186641459
Genre : India
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Papers presented at the Workshop on Case Study : Preparation and Use, held at Indian Institute of Public Administration in October 2009.
Category: India

Public Administration Concepts And Theories

Author : S. P. Naidu
ISBN : 8122409563
Genre :
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The Main Purpose Of This Book Is To Cater To The Needs Of The Undergraduate Students Of Public Administration And Political Science. It Is Intended To Serve As A Basic Text Book For These Two Categories Of Students.The Book Has Been Broadly Divided Into Four Parts. Part-I Introduces The Nature And Expanding Horizone Of Public Administration As A Discipline. It Also Highlights The Growing Importance Of Public Administration In The Modern State With Special Reference To The Developing Nations And Points Out Its Interdisciplinary Nature. Part-Ii Discusses The Contributions And Theories Of Some Important Early Administrative Theorists. Part-Iii Provides An Understanding Of The Behavioural And Social-Psychological Approaches To The Study Of Public Administration. It Examines The Significance Of The Prismatic-Sala-Model Of F.W. Riggs In The Study Of Comparative Public Administration, The Views Of Edward Weidner On Development Administration And The Concept Of New Public Administration. It Provides A Critique Of Various Administrative Theories Discussed Under Parts Ii And Iii. Part-Iv Explains The Various Concepts In Public Administration And Their Importance And Limitations In Organising Administrative Structures.Keeping In View The Level Of An Average Student, An Attempt Is Made In The Book To Present The Various Topics Covered In Simple. The Special Features Of This Book Are: * Each Part Is Preceded By Learning Objectives And Followed By Various Types Of Questions That Are Usually Set In The Question Papers Of University Examinations, * A Comprehensive Glossary Defining The Various Terms Used In The Study Of Public Administration, And * Brief Life Sketches Of Import Administrative Thinkers.

E Governance

Author : C.S.R. PRABHU
ISBN : 9788120345577
Genre : Business & Economics
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This comprehensive text, now in its Second Edition, continues to provide the entire spectrum of e-governance—from definition of e-governance to its history, evaluation, e-governance models, infrastructure and manpower facilities, data warehousing possibilities in implementation of e-government projects, and strategies of success of such projects. The text covers 22 case studies—18 Indian case studies and four International case studies. The Indian case studies include Bhoomi, a project of Karnataka Government, CARD (Computer-aided Administration of Registration Department), Smart Nagarpalika (Computerization of Urban Local Bodies or Municipalities), IT in judiciary, Sachivalaya Vahini (e-governance at Secretariat), e-Khazana (Computerization of Treasury Department), and e-Panchayat (Electronic Knowledge-based Panchayat). The international case studies are culled from USA, China, Brazil and Sri Lanka. This book would be of great interest to students of computer science, IT courses, management and public administration. In addition, government departments—both at the centre and in various states—and administrators should find the book highly useful. NEW TO THIS EDITION : Provides two Appendices—one on Eucalyptus cloud to remotely provision e-governance application and another on Revisiting NeGP: eBharath 2020: the proposed future NeGP.
Category: Business & Economics

The Legal Foundations Of Public Administration

Author : Donald D. Barry
ISBN : 0742543803
Genre : Law
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The third edition of this highly respected textbook introduces students of public administration to the practical issues of administrative law. While useful to law school students, it is most relevant to public management students. The presentation provides a concise foundation to the history and theory of administrative law, rule making, and judicial decisions. The most important issues in administrative law are included meaningful issues for present and future administrators. A larger number of recent cases and other up-to-date information will be found in the book in order to make the student aware of the kinds of legal problems likely to be encountered in public agencies. One or two cases illustrate each problem at hand, rather than discussing numerous arcane court decisions and technicalities of legal procedure, in order to sketch the broad contours of the present law."
Category: Law

Europa Zwischen Fiktion Und Realpolitik L Europe Fictions Et R Alit S Politiques

Author : Roland Marti
ISBN : 9783839414200
Genre : Political Science
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Europa ist in den vergangenen Jahren zu einem dominierenden Thema geworden. Verantwortlich dafür ist vor allem der Prozess der europäischen Einigung, der zunächst wirtschaftlich, zunehmend aber auch politisch gesehen wurde. Ein kulturell fundiertes Europa-Verständnis hingegen wird zwar rhetorisch immer wieder ins Spiel gebracht, bleibt aber eigenartig unscharf. Dieser Band bringt politische, historische und kulturelle Aspekte des modernen Europas zusammen und trägt so zu einem ganzheitlicheren Bild bei. Sein Titel spielt bewusst mit der Mehrdeutigkeit des Begriffspaars »Fiktion« und »Realität«: Auf der einen Seite kann literarische Fiktion eng mit politischer Realität bzw. Realitätsdarstellung verbunden sein; andererseits ist »Realpolitik« oft mit »Fiktion« - Mythen, Stereotypen, Traditionen - durchsetzt.
Category: Political Science


Author : Stephan A. Jansen
ISBN : 9783531924663
Genre : Social Science
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Der Ruf nach Transparenz ist mit Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts – nicht zuletzt aufgrund von Krisen, Terrorismus, Korruption – lauter geworden. Transparenz erscheint als Heilmittell mit der Komplexität unserer unübersichtlichen und undurchsichtigen Welt umzugehen. Aber ist die Forderung nicht zu durchsichtig? Ist umgekehrt Intransparenz immer schon ein Hinweis auf ein Problem oder auf eine besondere Ressource? Ist in einer medialisierten Gesellschaft auch der persönliche Alltag nicht zunehmend eine Ausverhandlung zwischen Transparenz und privatem Rückzug – bei „sozialen Medien“, „gläsernen Kunden bzw. Mitarbeitern“? Oszilliert Transparenz nicht immer zwischen Überwachung und Sicherheit – vom Nacktscanner bis zur Anti-Korruption? Der sechste Jahresband der Zeppelin Universität befasst sich mit diesen und vielen anderen Fragen rund um Transparenz und nimmt eine differenzierte Verortung von Transparenz in unterschiedlichen Lebensbereichen von Wirtschaft, Kultur und Politik vor. Die Beiträge des Bandes spannen einen Bogen von der Transparenz in privaten wie öffentlichen Organisationen über die Transparenz politischer Rhetorik bis hin zur Transparenz im alltäglichen Konsum.
Category: Social Science