7 edition of Bureaucratic behavior in the executive branch found in the catalog.
Bureaucratic behavior in the executive branch
Louis C. Gawthrop
|Statement||[by] Louis C. Gawthrop.|
|LC Classifications||JF1351 .G33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 276 p.|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||69010568|
the process by which an administrative agency issues an affirm. both a body of non-elective government officials and an admini. a member of a bureaucracy and can compose the administration o. those branches of public service concerned with all government. Caleb Roberts POLS A September 5, Bureaucracy: What Government Agencies do and why they do it by James Q. Wilson In his book, Bureaucracy: What Government Agencies do and why they do it, James Q. Wilson’s main objective is to better define the behavior of governmental bureaucracy, believing traditional organizational and economic.
Congressional supervision of the way the executive implements legislative mandates-“oversight” of the bureaucracy-is one of the most complex and least understood functions of Congress. In this book, Morris Ogul clarifies the meaning of oversight and analyzes the elements that contribute to its success or neglect. Ogul's work is based on case studies from nearly one hundred interviews with. The Executive Office of the President consists of the president's immediate staff and is headed by his Chief of Staff. The Executive Office includes, but is not limited to, Special Assistants to the president, the National Security Council, the Office of Management and Budget, and the National Economic Council.
Theory of bureaucratic behavior: suggests that the objective of a bureaucracy is to maximize its own welfare, just as a consumer’s behavior is motivated by the maximization of personal welfare and a firm’s behavior is motivated by the maximization of profits. According to the theory, important factor affecting a central bank’s behavior is its attempt to increase its power and prestige. An executive branch unit outside of cabinet departments, responsible for developing standards of behavior within specific industries and businesses, monitoring compliance with these standards, and imposing sanctions on violators.
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Gawthrop: : BooksAuthor: Louis C. Gawthrop. The Meaning of Bureaucracy --Controlling Conflict --Nongovernmental Organizations --Controlling Conflict --The Federal Executive Structure --Decision Making --Theoretical Considerations --Executive Branch Decision Making --Organizational Loyalty --Organizational Change --A Conceptual Model --Executive Branch Consolidation --Executive Branch Innovation.
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Gawthrop. The bureaucracy is the administrative heart and soul of government. Policies passed by authoritative decision makers are interpreted and implemented by executive agencies and departments.
Created by elected officeholders, bureaucratic organizations exist to perform essential public functions both on a day-to-day basis and, especially, at times of national emergencies. Bureaucratic behavior in the executive branch: an analysis of organizational change / [by] Louis C.
Gawthrop. JF G33 Reflections on public administration / by John Merriman Gaus. The book is well organized. Wilson focuses on bureaucracy at each level--the operators (the front-line folks: park rangers, DMV clerks, prison guards), the managers, and the executives, and discusses the incentives and issues facing each.
He also looks at the influence of Congress, Bureaucratic behavior in the executive branch book President, 4/5. UNDERSTANDING BUREAUCRATIC BEHAVIOR: IMPLICATIONS FROM THE International Symposium on the Market Economy," held on August, which focused on "The Role of the Three Branches of Government for Liberty and the Market Economy in Korea." phenomenon.
For instance, in an important recent book focusing on the federal bureaucracy in File Size: KB. The diffusion of authority and power throughout several entities in the executive branch and the bureaucracy is called A) the split executive B) the bureaucratic institution C) the plural executive D) platform diffusion 2.
A government organization that implements laws and provides services to individuals is the A) executive branch B File Size: 77KB. A summary of The Bureaucracy and Policymaking in 's The Bureaucracy.
Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of The Bureaucracy and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans.
The president and the executive branch of the government can affect Supreme Court decisions by: Incrementalism would be evident in bureaucratic behavior if an agency: Resisted change except in very small steps.
The "Plum Book," also known officially as the U.S. Government Policy and Supporting Positions, contains. The Constitution gives practically no direction on the organization of the executive branch. It does mention "executive departments," which became the basis for the cabinet.
While relying primarily on the White House staff for advice, a president turns to members of. This volume offers both historical and contemporary perspectives on the office of the governor, covering all 50 states and providing a comprehensive examination of the executive branch at the state level.
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The President and the Bureaucracy. The presidency is more than just a single person, it is a complex office. It is the only office at any level of government in this country that is elected nationally.
If one were to look strictly at the Constitutional criteria specifying this office, it would appear to be much less powerful than most people believe. For the most part, the executive branch manages the federal bureaucracy.
Although the executive branch controls the majority of the federal bureaucracy, the legislative and judiciary branches also have some influence. Congress, for example, controls the Library of Congress, the Congressional Research Service. “Jay Eungha Ryu’s recent book exemplifies the steady accumulation of knowledge about punctuated change in policy processes Bounded Bureaucracy and the Budgetary Process in the United States provides insight into the impact that bureaucratized budgetary processes have on budgetary outcomes across three domains: federal executive budgeting, federal legislative budgeting, and state Cited by: 6.
a large, complex organization in which employees have specific job responsibilities and work within a hierarchy of authority. bureaucrats.
employees of a bureaucracy, usually meaning a government bureaucracy. departments. the biggest units of the executive branch, covering a broad area of government responsibility. The Executive Branch and the Bureaucracy 1.
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Bureaucrats cannot respond to conflicting or confused signals from political appointees. Communicating clearly to a far-flung executive branch is a key reason why presidents are determined to craft a “line of the day” and disseminate it through the executive branch.
"In the Web of Politics: Three Decades of the U.S. Federal Executive' takes a hard look at the federal executive, providing fresh evidence on who works within the bureaucracy and how well they represent the interests of their by: Americans dislike bureaucracy 2.
Bureaucracies are growing bigger every year 3. Most federal bureaucrats work in Washington, D. What are the four basic types of agencies in the federal executive branch.
Cabinet department 2. Independent regulating commissions 3. Government corporations (like a private business) 4. Louis C.
Gawthrop, Bureaucratic Behavior in the Executive Branch: An Analysis of Organizational Change (New York: Free Press, ), How Congress Influences the Federal Bureaucracy Congress makes laws fixing the functions, jurisdictions, and goals of agencies.[Rezension] Gawthrop, Louis C.: Bureaucratic Behavior in the Executive Branch: An Analysis of Organizational Change (New York: Free Press, )Author: R.
Mayntz. I have consulted a number of texts during my first few years as a faculty member. Although my books on academic writing and statistical analysis have probably received more wear, Waterman, Rouse, and Wright’s book, Bureaucrats, Politics, and the Environment (), has been the most valuable to me during that time.
The book reexamines two fundamental theories about bureaucratic behavior Cited by: 1.