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- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 105.00
Marc Holzer and Richard W. Schwester have written a fresh and highly engaging textbook for the introductory course in Public Administration. Their coverage is both comprehensive and cutting-edge, including not only all the basic topics (OT, budgeting, HRM), but also reflecting new realities in public administration: innovations in e-government, the... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95
Public Administration: Research Strategies, Concepts, and Methods explores how scholars of public administration and institutional politics can improve their analysis by focusing on the contextual particularities of their research problems and considering the use of multiple theories and methods. The book functions as an introduction to central... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 117.95
Bringing together a selection of readings that represent some of the most important trends and topics in urban scholarship today, American Urban Politics provides historical context and contemporary commentaries on the economy, politics, culture and identity of American cities. This seventh edition examines the ability of highly autonomous local... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 148.95
This popular text has been thoroughly updated and revised to sharpen the focus on its 'bias and change' theme, include the latest data/studies informing the field, and cover important new topics (e.g., flood disaster in New Orleans). Political Change in the Metropolis, Eighth Edition, continues to focus on the political changes that have taken... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 46.95
The ability to create and sustain partnerships is a skill and a strategic capacity that utilizes the strengths and offsets the weaknesses of each actor. Partnerships between the public and private sectors allow each to enjoy the benefits of the other: the public sector benefits from increased entrepreneurship and the private sector utilizes public... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 134.95
Built on the premise that all public policy is ultimately grounded in the philosophy of governance, Christopher A. Simon's second edition continues to approach policy by combining normative and empirical perspectives. This deeply revised second edition continues to expose students to the basis of preferences, policy-making processes, policy history,... more...
- V&S Publishers 2015; US$ 4.00
Mahapandit Chanakya ek rachnatmak vicharak the. Veh sarvshreshth arthshastri ke saath-saath mahaan raajneetigya evam katuneetigya the. Veh samraajya vinaashak bhi the tatha samrajya nirmaata bhi the. Unki 3 anupam kritiyan - chanakya neeti, chanakya sutra tatha kautilya arthashastra hain. iss pustak mein inn teeno ki vistrit vyakhya lekhak dwara prastut... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2015; US$ 45.00
Particularly useful for those interested in multilevel governance and local government reforms. The author discusses inter-municipal cooperation and identifies the main gaps in contemporary research. Cooperation entails much of the complexity researchers look for, practitioners tend to avoid, and policy makers are eager to understand. more...
- Brookings Institution Press 2004; US$ 22.99
What's happened to the longstanding traditions of civility and decorum within the world's greatest deliberative body? While the Senate hasn't yet become as rancorous as the House, over the past three decades it has grown noticeably less collegial. In Esteemed Colleagues, leading congressional scholars address the extent to which civility has declined... more...