Bohne, Eberhard

Public Administration and the Modern State

Bohne, Eberhard - Public Administration and the Modern State, ebook


Ebook, PDF with Adobe DRM
ISBN: 9781137437495
DRM Restrictions

PrintingNot allowed
Copy to clipboardNot allowed

Table of contents

1. Introduction
Eberhard Bohne, John D. Graham, Jos C. N. Raadschelders

Part I. Normative Perspectives on the State

2. Attending to Mission-extrinsic Public Values in Performance-oriented Administrative Management: A View from the United States
David H. Rosenbloom

3. Europe and the USA: The Uphill Quest for Regulatory Cooperation
John D. Graham

4. What We Seem to Forget in Modern Public Administration
Arthur B. Ringeling

Part II. Protecting State

5. Reconciling Inconsistencies in Regulation throughout the European Union for a Risk-based Approach toward Industry Governance: A Closer Look at Germany
Sweta Chakraborty, Naomi Creutzfeldt

6. State Intervention in Times of the Global Economic Crisis
Michael M. Franke

7. The Sources of Security Regulation Convergence
Jesse Paul Lehrke, Rahel Schomaker

Part III. Participatory State

8. User and Community Coproduction of Public Services: What Influences Citizens to Coproduce?
Tony Bovaird, Elke Loeffler, Gregg G. Ryzin, Salvador Parrado

9. Overlooking an International Movement in Volunteerism? Understanding Citizen Involvement in Volunteer Centers
Jeffrey L. Brudney, Dayoung An Woodworth

10. Participatory Administrative Procedure: USA vs. Selected EU States
Polonca Kovač, Tina Sever

Part IV. Transparent State

11. Erecting the Public Sector Information Exchange
Alon Peled

12. Open Government, Behavior Control, and the Privacy Risk of Digital Government
Alessandro Spina

13. Collaborative Governance and Collaborating Online: The Open Government Initiative in the United States
Lisa Blomgren Amsler, Susanna Foxworthy

Part V. Multilevel State

14. Reforming Public Administration in Multilevel Systems
Sabine Kuhlmann, Stephan Grohs, Jörg Bogumil

15. Endogenous Transformations in European Public Administration: Soft-Law, Transnationally Networked Governance as a Self-Reinforcing Trend
Joseph Corkin, Nina Boeger

16. Regio-crats’ Policy Participation Demands in the EU Multilevel System
Michael W. Bauer, Philipp Studinger

17. Concluding Observations
Eberhard Bohne, John Graham, Jos C. N. Raadschelders

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Public Policy, Political Theory, Political Science, Comparative Politics, Public Administration, Globalization

Publication year
Page amount
327 pages
Printed ISBN

Similar titles