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Governments and nonprofits exist to create public value. Yet what does that mean in theory and practice?
While the field of public management has become increasingly international, research and policy recommendations that work for one country often do not work for another.
Lobbyists in Washington aren't a new phenomenon. Since the early days of the republic, citizens and groups alike have hired professionals to press their interests with lawmakers.
Crowdsourcing is a term that was coined in 2006 to describe how the commercial sector was beginning to outsource problems or tasks to the public through an open call for solutions over the internet
Honest, objective, and informed political debates are all too rare in today's polarized and partisan climate.
This revised and updated edition of Memos to the Governor is a concise and highly readable guidebook that explains in clear, understandable prose the technical, economic, and political dynam
Combining the insights of an economist and a political scientist, this new third edition of Cases in Public Policy Analysis offers real world cases to provide students with the institution
The underappreciated but surprisingly successful implementation of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) helped rescue the economy during the Great Recession and represented one of the
Governments worldwide struggle to remove policy deadlocks and enact much-needed reforms in organizational structure and public services.
Whether the goal is building a local park or developing disaster response models, collaborative governance is changing the way public agencies at the local, regional, and national levels are workin
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