Multiorganizational Arrangements for Watershed Protection Working Better Together
COVID-19 Pandemic, Public Policy and Institutions in India Issues of Labour, Income, and Human Development
The Effects of Technology and Institutions on E-Participation A Cross-National Analysis
Policy Making and Southern Distinctiveness
Critical Perspectives on Public Systems Management in India Through the Lens of District Administration
By Madeleine Wright McNamara, John Charles Morris
April 01, 2022
With cross-pollination of the public administration and policy implementation literatures, Madeleine Wright McNamara and John Charles Morris present the Multiorganizational Interaction Model as a framework to explore the use of cooperation, coordination, and collaboration between 15 federal/state ...
Edited By Indranil De, Soumyadip Chattopadhyay, Hippu Salk Kristle Nathan, Kingshuk Sarkar
March 24, 2022
This book looks at the institutional and governance issues faced by India during the first and second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and its adverse impact on the vulnerable sectors and groups. The book is split into four parts, with preceding chapters informing later ones. Part One outlines the ...
By Staci M. Zavattaro
February 01, 2022
City sextons are a dying breed and in this book sextons from throughout the United States share their experiences as a city’s chief death expert. With a view to investigating their role in local governance processes, how they contribute to public engagement in cities, and what are some ...
By James M. Bourey
January 25, 2022
Whether you are a student preparing for a career in public administration, mid-career professional manager or seasoned veteran, A Guidebook for City and County Managers provides policy guidance and advice to local governmental challenges and issues. Assuming a knowledge of the basics of public ...
By Craig A. Leisy
December 27, 2021
In this book, Craig A. Leisy provides a concise history of weights and measures regulation in the United States from the early 20th century up to the present day. Written for academic and professional readers, Leisy describes basic terms and concepts, the origins and history of weights and measures...
By Pragati Rawat, John C. Morris
December 06, 2021
In this book Pragati Rawat and John C. Morris identify and evaluate the impact of factors that can help explain the difference in e-participation, public participation using information and communication technology, in different countries. While cross-sectional studies have been covered, few have ...
By John C. Morris, Martin K. Mayer, Robert C. Kenter, R. Bruce Anderson
October 05, 2021
Policy Making and Southern Distinctiveness examines the uniqueness of southern politics and their policy choices. While decades of scholarship on the politics of the American South have focused on partisanship and electoral outcomes as the primary elements of interest in southern politics, few ...
By George Robert Bateman, Jr.
June 30, 2021
In this book, George Robert Bateman, Jr. presents a philosophical examination of the potential benefits of participatory budgeting (PB), with recommendations of how they might be realized. The work of social philosophers like Thomas Jefferson, John Dewey, Robert Putnam are studied to better ...
By Amar KJR Nayak, Ram Kumar Kakani
March 08, 2021
This book analyses the effectiveness of district administration from critical management perspective. Using classical organizational theory and leadership competency framework, the authors conducted a comparative study of two exemplary districts with distinctive traits in India ─ a rural district ...
By Ian Scott, Ting Gong
December 18, 2020
This book analyses central questions in the continuing debate about success factors in corruption prevention and the efficacy and value of anti-corruption agencies (ACAs). How do ACAs become valued within a polity? What challenges must they overcome? What conditions account for their success and ...
By Hwok-Aun Lee
October 23, 2020
Malaysia and South Africa implement the most extensive affirmative action programmes worldwide. This book explores why and how to effect preferential treatment which has been utilized in the pursuit of inter-ethnic parity, specifically in higher education, high-level occupations, enterprise ...
By David John Farmer
September 26, 2019
How can public administration (P.A.) nudge government to govern fundamentally better in terms of policy? How critical is P.A. contemplation and nudges – prods, shoves or hammer blows - to government-in-context? In this book, David John Farmer argues that government-in-context refers to ...