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Bryce, Herrington J.

Players in the Public Policy Process

Bryce, Herrington J. - Players in the Public Policy Process, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. The Need for Perspective: Nonprofit Regulatory Power and Policy Purpose

1. The Significance of the Principal-Agent Paradigm
Herrington J. Bryce

2. The Policy Significance of Nonprofit Organizations
Herrington J. Bryce

Part II. Nonprofits as Social Capital Assets and Agents of the Public

3. The Nonprofits as Social Assets and Agents of Public Policy
Herrington J. Bryce

4. Nonprofits as Agents of Public Policy
Herrington J. Bryce

5. The Choice of Nonprofits as Agents of Public Policy
Herrington J. Bryce

Part III. Agency Powers, Performance, and Problems through the Prism of the Principal-Agent Paradigm

6. Housing and Community Development
Herrington J. Bryce

7. The Performance of Agents
Herrington J. Bryce

8. Policy Formulation, Nonprofit Advocacy, and the Principal-Agent Framework
Herrington J. Bryce

Part IV. Problems of Regulating the Nonprofit Agent and the Foreseeable Challenges of Management

9. Regulating the Finances of the Agent
Herrington J. Bryce

10. The Nonprofit as a Self-Regulator
Herrington J. Bryce

11. The Implications for Strategic Organizational Planning, Management, and Positioning
Herrington J. Bryce

Part V. Additional Applications

12. NGOs as Alternatives to Nationalization, Leasing, and Other Forms of Utilization of Public Assets
Herrington J. Bryce

13. Trust in Government
Herrington J. Bryce

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Public Policy, International Relations, Economic Policy, Political Economy, Political Communication, Terrorism and Political Violence

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
Second Edition
Page amount
306 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137273925
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-34028-2

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