Con mucho orgullo les informamos que un artículo del Doctor Oscar Oszlak ha sido incluido en el primero de cuatro volúmenes, editados por SAGE como Major Reference Work Public Administration por B. Guy Peters and John Pierre, una colección de las principales contribuciones a este campo.
VOLUME ONE: FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Part One: Fundamental Works
The Study of Administration Woodrow Wilson
Bureaucracy and Bureaucratization S. Eisenstadt
Nonmarket Decision-Making: The Peculiar Economics of Bureaucracy William Niskanen
Administrative Decision-Making Herbert Simon
Part Two: History of Public Administration
Wang Anshi and the Origins of Modern Public Administration in Song Dynasty China Wolfgang Drechsler
The Historical Formation of the State in Latin America: Some Theoretical and Methodological Guidelines for Its Study Oscar Ozelak
Administrative History of the United States of America: Development and State of the Art Jos Raadschelders
Administrative Legacies in Western Europe Fabio Rugge
Part Three: Organizations in Public Administration
Ode to Luther Gulick: Span of Control and Organizational Performance Kenneth Meier and John Bohte
Institutional Isomorphism and Public Sector Organizations Peter Frumkin and Joseph Galaskiewicz
The Design of Public Agencies: Overcoming Agency Costs and Commitment Problems Kutsal Yesilkagit
How Bureaucratic Structure Matters: An Organizational Perspective Morten Egeberg
Part Four: Reforming the Public Sector
40 Years of Public Management Reform In UK Central Government – Promises, Promises… Christopher Pollitt
The Global Revolution in Public Management: Driving Themes, Missing Links Donald Kettl
Globalization and Administrative Reform: What Is Happening in Theory? Laurence Lynn Jr.
The Middle-Aging of New Public Management: into the Age of Paradox? Christopher Hood and Guy Peters
Part Five: The Future of Public Administration
New Public Governance in Westminster Systems: Impartial Public Administration and Management Performance at Risk Peter Aucoin
Maybe It Is time to Rediscover Bureaucracy Johan Olsen
From Responsiveness to Collaboration: Governance, Citizens, and the Next Generation of Public Administration Eran Vigoda
The New Public Service: Steering Rather than Steering Robert Denhardt and Janet Vinzant Denhardt
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