Values Public Managers Hold, Organizational Environments, and Public Service Characteristics in Explaining the Choice of Public Service Delivery Modes: Focused on County and City Governments in Virginia
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JOHN DEWEY'S THEORY OF CITIZENSHIP AND COMMUNITY IN THE DEVELOPING AMERICAN DEMOCRACY AS SEEN THROUGH THE PHILOSOPHY OF PRAGMATISM AS A PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION MODEL FOR THE CITIZEN'S ROLE IN PUBLIC GOVERNANCE Lailas, Elaine Andrews (Virginia Tech, 1998-12-15)At the time of the founding of the field of public administration, government was in a condition of some degree of failure. Since elitist and corrupt politics were the predominant mode of government at the time, the cause ...
McKeeby, Eric (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2010-08-18)
Virginia Tech will launch a new Master of Public Health program this month as the United States and, in particular, Southwest Virginia and the greater Appalachian region face a critical shortage of trained public health ...
Aligning Public-Private Partnership Contracts with Public Objectives for Transportation Infrastructure Gross, Martha E. (Virginia Tech, 2010-08-18)With its central role in the development of public-private partnership (PPP) contracts, procurement structure has a significant influence on the economic and policy success of privately-financed toll roads throughout their ...