By Brian R. Fry
A accomplished precis of the paintings and contributions of the prime theorists in public management. Fry's unique essays specialize in the pioneers within the box whose paintings mostly formed its present contours. They contain: Max Weber, Frederick Taylor, Luther Gulick, Mary Parker Follett, Elton Mayo, Chester Barnard, Herbert Simon and Dwight Waldo. The introductory bankruptcy lines the contribution of every of those authors to the advance of the sphere of public management. The ebook is designed essentially to be used in introductory classes in public management at either graduate and undergraduate degrees: in spite of the fact that, it may be valuable in different classes in public management - in addition to in comparable fields.
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