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Bureaucrats, policy analysts, statesmen : who leads? / edited by Robert A. Goldwin.


Washington, D.C. : American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, [1980] .
ISBN 084473375X, 0844733830

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Other Authors Goldwin, Robert A., 1922-2010.
Subjects Bureaucracy.
Bureaucratie.
États-Unis -- Politique et gouvernement.
Policy sciences.
Policy scientists.
Politics and government
Sciences de la politique.
United States -- Politics and government.
United States.
Series AEI studies ; 272.
Description x, 133 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Do bureaucrats and policy analysts have a political role auxiliary and subordinate to elected officials, or do they really run things? Do bureaucrats and policy analysts bring oder to a complex world and thereby facilitate effective political leadership, or do they dominate the process with projects and analyses that make political leadership impossible? Do bureaucrats have so much control because they have usurped political power, or is the explanation to be found in our fundamental political principles, which tilt us toward the bureaucratic state?
Contents Policy science as metaphysical madness / Edward C. Banfield -- Statesmanship in a world of particular substantive choices / Mark H. Moore -- Policy analysis: boon or curse for politicians? / Laurence H. Silberman -- Policy analysis and public choice / Gustave H. Shubert -- Congress, policy analysis, and natural gas deregulation: a parable about fig leaves / Michael J. Malbin -- American statesmanship: old and new / Herbert J. Storing -- Reflections on statesmanship and bureaucracy / Werner J. Dannhauser.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6016215
(OCoLC)ocm06016215
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