1 edition of People"s representatives and bureaucracy found in the catalog.
People"s representatives and bureaucracy
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||Nirmal Mukarji ... [et al.].|
|Series||ISS occasional paper series ;, 17|
|Contributions||Mukarji, Nirmal K., Institute of Social Sciences (New Delhi, India)|
|LC Classifications||JS7008 .P46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||95910417|
Characteristics and paradoxes of bureaucracy. The foremost theorist of bureaucracy is the German sociologist Max Weber (–), who described the ideal characteristics of bureaucracies and offered an explanation for the historical emergence of bureaucratic institutions. According to Weber, the defining features of bureaucracy sharply distinguish it from other types of organization based. Despite criticism at the time of publication, years later, political scientist Samuel Krislov echoed Kingsley's sentiments in his book also called Representative Bureaucracy and this has been expanded upon since then by a number of scholars all over the world.
The National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China, normally referred to as the National People's Congress (usually abbreviated NPC), is the highest organ of state power and the national legislature of the People's Republic of 2, members in , it is the largest parliamentary body in the world. The National People's Congress meets in full session for roughly two. Bureaucracy and representative government by Niskanen, William A., Publication date Topics Bureaucracy, Representative government and representation Publisher Chicago: Aldine, Atherton Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books.
The Case For Bureaucracy: A Public Administration Polemic Essay Words | 7 Pages "To the extent that US bureaucracy succeeds, it is due not just to the competent work inside individual organization but the competent interactions among them.” (Goodsell ) This quote from Goodsell’s book sums up the book perfectly for me when it comes to the tasks that society puts on bureaucrats. Bureaucracy / Max Weber ; Representative bureaucracy / J. Donald Kingsley ; Democracy and the public service / Frederick C. Mosher ; Representative bureaucracy / Samuel Krislov -- Ch. 2. Public personnel policy and social representation: how do policies for recruitment, selection, promotion, pay, and retention affect representative bureaucracy?
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People's representatives and bureaucracy. New Delhi: Institute of Social Sciences, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nirmal K Mukarji; Institute of Social Sciences (New Delhi, India). This is the first book to develop a formal theory of supply by bureaus.
Niskanen develops an original and comprehensive theory of the behavior of bureaus with the institutions of representative government/5(4).
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Meier's book skims over policymaking in the bureaucracy and focuses mainly on the federal bureaucracy. This slim volume has good examples but one would hope for more depth considering the book's hefty price. In addition, the author's liberal slant can be a bit s: 8. Keeping a Watchful Eye: The Politics of Congressional Oversight By Joel D.
Aberbach Brookings Institutuion, Read preview Overview. Congress, the Bureaucracy, and Public Policy By Randall B. Ripley; Grace A. Franklin Dorsey Press, (4th edition) Read preview Overview.
People's Representatives. The Oregon County Peoples representatives and bureaucracy book Book reported that the gap between Latino/a and White children in Marion County is wider than almost anywhere else in the state; higher poverty, lower school enrollment, and lower reading and math proficiency all lead to negative educational outcomes and poor health.
Basic Books, 10 E. 53rd Street, New York, NY • pages • $ cloth. All bureaucracies are not created equal.
If nothing else, James Q. Wilson’s massive book teaches that the ways of constructing and running a bureaucracy are almost as numerous as bureaucrats themselves.
The theory of representative bureaucracy considers how the sharing of demographic characteristics between public administrators and service populations translates into improved service delivery and links to broader themes of democracy and equality.
A democracy is a government in which political power —influence over institutions, leaders, and policies—rests in the hands of the people. In a representative democracy, however, the citizens do not govern directly.
Instead, they elect representatives to make decisions and pass laws on behalf of all the people. But on the other hand, the bureaucracy of a corporate setting can easily put a damper on new ideas and slow down the work you need to get done.
Between needless policies, endless paperwork, and a lack of decision-making authority, you can start to wonder if the corporate rule. In book: Weber's Rationalism and Modern Society: New Translations on Politics, Bureaucracy, and Social Stratification, Chapter: Six, Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan, Editors: Tony Waters and Dagmar.
Jürgen Kocka is one of the foremost historians of Germany whose work has been devoted to the integration of different genres of the social and economic history of Europe during the period of industrialization.
This collection of essays gives a representative sample of his effort to develop, by reference to Marx and Weber, new and powerful analytical tools for understanding the dynamics of. The theory of representative bureaucracy suggests that a public workforce representative of the people in terms of race, ethnicity, and sex will help ensure that the interests of all groups are considered in bureaucratic decision-making processes.
The Promise of Representative Bureaucracy: Diversity and Responsiveness in a Government Agency By Sally Coleman Selden M. Sharpe, Read preview Overview Mass, Class, and Bureaucracy: The Evolution of Contemporary Society By Joseph Bensman; Bernard Rosenberg Prentice-Hall, “In any bureaucracy, the people devoted to the benefit of the bureaucracy itself always get in control, and those dedicated to the goals the bureaucracy is supposed to accomplish have less and less influence, and sometimes are eliminated entirely.[Pournelle's law of Bureaucracy]” ― Jerry Pournelle.
Book Review: "The Broken Contract" - How reinventing bureaucracy can save democracy Muddassar Ahmed explains why for the survival of democracy, governments must roll back excessive bureaucracy. "The Broken Contract", by Saqib Iqbal Qureshi.
representative bureaucracy will not have outcomes detrimental to the established majority’’ (, ). Keiser et al. expand the argument regarding repre-sentative bureaucracy and distributional equity to gender representation. Though these authors’ pri-mary goal is demonstrating active representation for.
Even though many Americans dislike bureaucracy, this organizational model prevails today. Whether or not they wish to admit it, most Americans either work in bureaucratic settings, or at least deal with them daily in schools, hospitals, government, and so forth.
Hence, taking a closer look at the pros and cons of bureaucracy is important. The notion of a representative bureaucracy is a strategy to enhance responsiveness to the entire polity. Donald Kingsley provided currency to the term ‘representative bureaucracy’ in In fact, his general position purported to be that the civil service should have representatives from the economic class, caste, region or religion, in.
As explained by Brandy A. Kennedy, et al. in the book Race and Representative Bureaucracy in American Policing, the theory of representative bureaucracy seeks to quell these concerns by positing t“a bureaucracy which more accurately matches the demographic makeup of its constituents will provide higher quality, more democratic, and more responsive outcomes for members of the community.”.The term “representative bureaucracy” was first given currency in through Donald Kingsley's book with the same title and since then it has gained popularity through the discussions of a few American political scientists and British sociologists.In his book "A General Theory of Bureaucracy", first published inDr.
Elliott Jaques describes the discovery of a universal and uniform underlying structure of managerial or work levels in the bureaucratic hierarchy for any type of employment systems.