The Administration of the new federalism: objectives and issues. Leigh E. Grosenick, editor.

; Federal Executive Institute
Washington, American Society for Public Administration [1973] .

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Other Authors Grosenick, Leigh E.,
Federal Executive Institute.
Subjects Administration publique -- Congrès.
Federal government -- United States -- Congresses.
Federal government.
Fédéralisme -- États-Unis -- Congrès.
Public administration -- Congresses.
Public administration.
United States.
Series Special publication (American Society for Public Administration)
Description ii, 136 pages 28 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Federal Executive Institute, and held Jan. 14-19, 1973, at the Institute, Charlottesville, Va.
Also issued online.
Contents Defining the problem: centralization verses decentralization -- The basic theoretical question: how to relate area and function / James W. Fesler -- National policies and the New Federalism -- The four "d's" of the New Federalism / James S. Dwight, Jr. -- The origin and thrusts of the New Federalism / Dwight A. Ink -- The current status of our intergovernmental relations / William R. MacDougall -- The money situation / Edwin S. Cohen -- Implementing the New Federalism -- The New Federalism: regional councils and program coordination efforts / William H. Kolberg -- New Federalism and a new program: the Rural Development Act of 1972 / William A. Carlson -- Special problems of state and local government -- The quandary of sub-state regionalism / David B. Walker -- Does decentralization mean a change in managerial philosophy? / Adam W. Herbert -- Institutional change to improve state and local competencies / Leigh E. Grosenick -- The heritage of American federalism -- Thomas Jefferson and federalism / James C. Bradford -- The learning agenda of the New Federalism -- The learning agenda of the New Federalism: an analysis of questions raised by governmental executives / Leigh E. Grosenick.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)721232
(OCoLC)ocm00721232
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