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by Thomas J. Pavlak,Gerald M. Pops

ePub The Case for Justice: Strengthening Decision Making and Policy in Public Administration (Jossey Bass Public Administration Series) download
Author:
Thomas J. Pavlak,Gerald M. Pops
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978-1555423759
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1555423752
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Jossey-Bass; 1st edition (August 23, 1991)
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Politics & Government
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Pops, Gerald M. and Pavlak, Thomas J. Bibliographic Citation. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1991. Barnett, Jeffrey . Behnke, Stephen . Rosenthal, Susan . Koocher, Gerald P. (2007-02).

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The Case for Justice book. Hardcover, 199 pages. Published August 23rd 1991 by Jossey-Bass. The Case for Justice: Strengthening Decision Making and Policy in Public Administration (Jossey Bass Public Administration Series). 1555423752 (ISBN13: 9781555423759).

This paper presents an ethical framework for decision-making in public administration based on the preeminent value of justice. In discussion of this framework, the paper deals with three major issues. The first of these is the character of the just administrative decision,, the second is the character of of the just public organization, and the third is the impact of a justice-based administrative ethic on the role of the responsible administrator.

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The case for justice. strengthening decision making and policy in public administration. The Jossey-Bass public administration series. 1st ed. by Gerald M. Published 1991 by Jossey-Bass Publishers in San Francisco.

Topic 4. Decision making in public administration. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Conveyor: Tim Jaekel, PhD, Assistant Professor at the School of Public Administration, NRU HSE. The session introduces how different types of motivation and work-related contexts antecede the behavior of administrative professionals. ISBN 978-1-118-77555-4 (paperback), 978-1-119-00432-5 (epub), 978-1-119-00408-0 (epdf), Chapter 6: pp. 132-152. Required readings: · Denhardt, R. & Baker, D. L. (2007).

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