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Homeowners associations (HOAs) are quickly becoming the most common and fastest growing units of local governance in the United States. Like the cities to which they are often compared, HOAs provide services, regulate activities, levy taxes, and ultimately elect their governing bodies. Because...
Twentieth century progressivism produced intergovernmental models that do not work in this era of terrorism. Their shortcomings surfaced during the Gulf War, with efforts to involve the National Guard in disaster relief, and are now quite apparent. Four assumptions should guide the adaptation of...
Must change in urban politics be incremental, as structuralist analysts have claimed? Welfare policy in New York City under Giuliani suggests not. The city's welfare policy has undergone the following major changes: a sharp reduction in the PA caseloads; creation of the country's largest work...
This article offers a new strategy for examining the legitimacy question in public administration and representative government. A genealogy of political discourses is proposed to suggest that political forms have historically relied on a constitutive exclusion. The U.S. Constitution and...
During the past 20 years or so, governments worldwide have embarked on an ambitious journey to improve government performance. Relying on a multitude of administrative technologies broadly classified under the heading of the New Public Management (NPM), reformers have sought to radically change...
In 2003, Administration& Society published Patricia Shields's “The Community of Inquiry: Classical Pragmatism and Public Administration.” Shortly thereafter, Hugh Miller responded with “Old Pragmatism Needs and Upgrade” in the Disputatio Sine Fine section of Administration& Society. He...
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