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Politics, Position, and Power: The Dynamics of Federal Organization e-book

Author:

Harold Seidman

Language:

English

Category:

Other

Subcategory:

Social Sciences

ePub size:

1939 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Oxford University Press; 5 edition (December 4, 1997)

Pages:

288

ISBN:

0195090721

Politics, Position, and Power: The Dynamics of Federal Organization e-book

by Harold Seidman


He was a well-known expert in Washington DC bureaucratic politics and was particularly expert in the organization of government corporations. Seidman attended Brown University for both his Bachelors (1934) and a master's degrees (1935).

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Politics, Position, and Power: The Dynamics of Federal Organization.

Published by Oxford University Press. Books have varying amounts of wear and highlighting. We are not able to ship internationally. ISBN 10: 0195012526 ISBN 13: 9780195012521.

great resource for policy analysts and interested federal employees. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. Outstanding analysis of the interraction between policy, politics, and organizational dynamics within federal institutions. Teen and Young Adult. Literature & Fiction. Mystery & Thriller.

Book Condition: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.

New York: Oxford University Press, 1970. New York: Oxford University Press, 1970.

Politics, Position, and Power. The Dynamics of Federal Organization. Publication Date - December 1997.

He was a well-known expert in Washington DC bureaucratic politics and was particularly expert in the organization of government corporations. Seidman attended Brown University for both his Bachelors (1934) and a Masters degrees (1935).

The fifth edition of this classic text presents a concise study of the United States government in the 1990's, highlighting the constitutional implications of the current debate among anti-government revolutionaries, privatizers, and government reinventors about the governments purpose. It analyzes the legal, political, and organizational consequences of arguments which contend that there has ceased to be a realistic distinction between what is public and what is private. Seidman demonstrates how control of regulations, rather than structure, has become the center of the struggle for position and power, and by describing the logic behind the politics that influence federal agencies, he provides a detailed account of the limits of government performance and the most appropriate instruments for improvement. Completely updated and revised to cover such significant developments as the Clinton-Gore National Performance Review and the Gingrich revolution, this text shows how structural reorganization and procedures may be used to achieve political purposes and to alter the balance of power among the president, congress, judiciary, and interest groups. A provocative chapter entitled Amputation Before Diagnosis is critical in explaining the failure to relate proposed reforms to specific strategic goals. With its sound scholarship and unique personal insights, this new edition of Politics, Position, and Power is not only an ideal text for political science courses focusing on public administration, it is also an essential resource for understanding present trends in American government and public administration.
Walianirv
There are so many grammatical and spelling errors that it is very aggrivating to try to read. How it made it to print with so many errors is beyond comprehension. Others that were in the class with me using this book had the same issue.
Vit
I have not read this book so I cannot give a review on the content, but I can tell you that the book arrived in great condition just as advertised. I purchased this book as a collectible item. I have an authentic letter written and signed by this author discussing his literary works including this book, so I purchased it to add to the letter.
BeatHoWin
Outstanding analysis of the interraction between policy, politics, and organizational dynamics within federal institutions

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