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Public management experts have stressed the importance of such varied concepts as efficiency, process, systems, and capacity as key to effective government. The authors of Government Performance argue, however, that one quality above all is crucial to government performance: effective management. To prove their point, they offer in-depth quantitative analyses of public management systems in all fifty states, thirty-five cities, forty counties, and a number of federal agencies, examining management systems for finances, human resources, information technology, and capital, as well as how results are managed.…mehr

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Public management experts have stressed the importance of such varied concepts as efficiency, process, systems, and capacity as key to effective government. The authors of Government Performance argue, however, that one quality above all is crucial to government performance: effective management. To prove their point, they offer in-depth quantitative analyses of public management systems in all fifty states, thirty-five cities, forty counties, and a number of federal agencies, examining management systems for finances, human resources, information technology, and capital, as well as how results are managed.
Autorenporträt
Patricia W. Ingraham is Distinguished Professor of Public Administration in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Philip G. Joyce is an associate professor of public administration at the George Washington University. Amy Kneedler Donahue is an assistant professor of public administration and political science at the University of Connecticut.