Title Don't blame the bureaucracy!
Database Articles
Date 01-01-1983
Source Journal of public policy,
Abstract Public agencies and public employees are increasingly berated as inept and inefficient. However, public bureaucracy in the United States is more valuable and effective than generally recognized. Where public agencies do perform badly, the problem is often due to external factors: challenges imposed by special interest politics; an overload of highly complex assignments; and adverse public stereotypes. 1
Author H. Brinton MILWARD.
Hal G. RAINEY.
Citation Id j8804747
LCSH BUREAUCRACY
Volume v.3(2) May 1983: 149-168, bibl..
System Id library/jrnart/j8804747



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