Postmodern Public Administration: Toward Discourse
Charles J Fox and Hugh T Miller challenge current thinking about public policy and administration in the light of the postmodern condition. In this book existing and accepted theories such as public management doctrines, constitutionalism and communitarianism are rejected in favour of constructing a discourse theory of public administration. The book also provides an invaluable, thorough and clear review of the doctrines and philosophies that have to date dominated the field.
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A New Approach to Democratic Governance
Orthodoxy and Its Alternatives
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Implementing Public Policy: Governance in Theory and in Practice
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