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This article synthesizes the ideas of image and venue, the notion that governments act as interest groups and lobby within the federal system, and inside/outside interest group strategies with neoinstitutionalism. This is necessary to explain the active, entrepreneurial behavior of institutional...
This article offers an empirical articulation of paradigmatic views that guide research in contemporary public administration. Based on the findings, the authors argue that the debate on whether there is an intellectual core in public administration is becoming less relevant. What is more...
Early management scholars such as Henri Fayol, Lydal Urwick, and Luther Gulick argued that principles such as specialization of labor and hierarchical leadership structures would result in optimal organizational performance. This perspective was attacked by Herbert Simon, who argued that the...
Federal advisory committees, a part of government since Washington’s presidency, are governed under various statutes, including the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA). Since its 1972 passage, FACA’s ambiguity and various judicial interpretations have made it difficult for agencies to...
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