Inside bureaucracy.

; Rand Corporation
Boston, Little, Brown [1967] .
ISBN 0316191930

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Other Authors Rand Corporation.
Subjects Bureaucracy.
Bureaucratie.
Politieke besluitvorming.
Description xv, 292 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes "A Rand Corporation research study."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-286).
Also issued online.
Contents The life cycle of bureaus -- What are bureaus, and who are bureaucrats? -- Why bureaus are necessary -- Relating bureaus to their environment -- Internal characteristics common to all bureaus -- Limitations and biases common to all officials -- Officials' milieu, motives, and goals -- How specific types of officials behave -- Communications in bureaus -- The basic nature of control problems in bureaus -- Control processes and devices -- The rigidity cycle -- The basic dynamics of search and change -- Search problems in bureaus -- The processes of change -- Bureau territioriality -- Goal consensus, recruitment, and indoctrination -- Bureaucratic ideologies -- How ignorance affects the government budgeting process -- Increasing bureaucratization, social efficiency, and individual freedom -- A summary of hypotheses.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)321824
(OCoLC)ocm00321824
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WorldCat Identities Downs, Anthony.
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