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The author argues that the Challenger space shuttle launch disaster and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) raid on the Branch Davidian compound both offer insights for managers and organization theorists as to how managers make judgments concerning their employees based on...
This article examines variation in the success of solid waste recycling programs in Florida based on the administrative design of recycling programs, state-level incentives and constraints, economic resources, and citizens’ environmental support. After describing trends in solid waste programs...
The worldwide phenomenon of devolution of power to local governments and growth of community nonprofit organizations increases opportunities for municipal government-nonprofit sector collaboration. Successful collaboration between the two institutions is seen as a promising trend because it...
There has been considerable debate within the literature over the degree to which environmental conflict in the Western United States stems from tensions between urban and rural areas. A number of scholars have suggested that such conflict exists throughout the West; others have argued either...
Previous research based on a sample of the best applications to the State and Local Government Innovation Awards (1990-1994) identified the most frequently observed characteristics of public management innovations: They are holistic, use new information technology, incorporate process...
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