5 edition of Politics and bureaucracy in the European Community found in the catalog.
Politics and bureaucracy in the European Community
David L. Coombes
|Statement||by David Coombes.|
|Contributions||Political and Economic Planning.|
|LC Classifications||JN30 .C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||343|
|LC Control Number||76485114|
Written by a leading authority in the field, this comprehensive exploration of the political and policy-making roles of public bureaucracies is now available in a fully revised sixth edition, offering extensive, well documented comparative analysis of the effects of politics on bureaucracy. New to the 6th edition: More international case studies on North America, Western and Eastern European. Enhance your understanding of the federal bureaucracy with POLITICS AND THE BUREAUCRACY! With a focus on bureaucracy as a political institution, this political science text equips you with the tools you need to succeed in this course. Coverage includes topics such as administrative ethics, political control of the bureaucracy, public choice models of bureaucratic politics, and state and .
Buy The Politics of Bureaucracy: An Introduction to Comparative Public Administration 6 by Peters, (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Reviews: 6. This article offers a critique of A Reader in Bureaucracy, by Robert K. Merton et al. It examines four themes in the papers and debates in the book, many of which were central to the study of bureaucracy in the s and s: the debate with Max Weber over his historical-comparative ambitions of the ‘ideal type’ of bureaucracy, formality and informality, the relationship between social.
At the same time, bureaucracy itself is decisively affected by political decision-making, for instance through structural or personnel management reforms. Indeed, much of the literature on the ‘administrative factor’ in the policy process deals with the tension between political control and bureaucratic self-interest by investigating the. A bureaucracy is a way of administratively organizing large numbers of people who need to work together. Organizations in the public and private sector, including universities and governments, rely on bureaucracies to function. The term bureaucracy literally means “rule by desks or offices,” a definition that highlights the often impersonal character of bureaucracies.
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Politics and bureaucracy in the European Community. London, Allen & Unwin, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David L Coombes; Political and Economic Planning. Author: Kenneth J.
Meier Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Docs View: Get Books This best-selling textbook is unique because of its focus on the political side of bureaucracy. Presenting bureaucracy as a political institution, this book covers the controls on bureaucracy and how bureaucracy makes policy.
Abstract. Politics and bureaucracy in the European Community book The bureaucracy of the European Union is an unlikely success story; it has managed to develop a level of activism and an ability to shape policies in member states that appears improbable in the light of its composition, mode of operation and constitutional limitations.
The bureaucratic setup of European integration was conceived by Monnet as essentially based on sovereignty – an impermanent core European administration drawing in officials from member states developing Cited by: 3. eBook ISBN Subjects Politics & International Relations. Share. Get Citation.
Peters, B. The Politics of Bureaucracy. London: Routledge, COPY. Written by a leading authority in the field, this comprehensive exploration of the political and policy-making roles of public bureaucracies is now Cited by: politics-bureaucracy relations at the national level, and th at developments at the European level play a role in so far th at they are a possible explanation for changes in these relations.
Book Description Written by B. Guy Peters, a leading authority in the field, this comprehensive exploration of the political and policy making roles of public bureaucracies is now available in a fully revised seventh edition, offering extensive, well-documented comparative analysis of the effects of politics on bureaucracy.
The Politics of Bureaucracy, Fifth edition. One simplistic view of bureaucracy attempts to separate administration from politics. Under the politics-administration dichotomy, traditional political actors (legislatures, elected executives, and political appointees) are the arbiters of political conflicts, while government bureaucrats merely administer political programs and make technical judgments based on their expertise (Frederickson.
book of political science. We explore the dynamics of political control of the bureaucracy explicitly to determine the scope and mechanisms. This European commitment is primarily driven by. Bureaucracy in the European Security and Defence Policy: The State of the Art, In: Vanhoonacker, Using insights from comparative politics, public administration and multi-level governance, this article considers four important of the European Community member states for the need of.
Consequently, the EU bureaucracy refers to a political Europe without a governmental practice, and which looks borrowed practices from the Member States.
This primarily means corrections in administrative and regulatory derogations of Member States, enhancing of the efficiency of the public management and elimination of uncertainty (corruption) to.
Guy Peters. Rating details 14 ratings 0 reviews. Routledge is proud to publish the fifth edition of this comprehensive, comparative exploration of the political and policy-making roles of public bureaucracies in nations around the world.
Written by a leading authority in the field, it offers an extensive, well documented, comparative analysis stressing the effects of politics and organised /5(14). Our discussion of the relationships of political parties to administration is substantially briefer than that of pressure groups, in large part because the major influence of party is manifested through official mechanisms, when members of the party occupy positions of government and attempt to impose their views on the bureaucracy.
This paper provides an in-depth review of the existing research on the relationship between political and bureaucratic leaders in developing countries, the factors that shape this relationship, and the impact it has on the success and failure of reforms.
It finds that political-bureaucratic relations are an important factor in reform success or failure. Randma-Liiv, T, Dreschler, W () The politics of bureaucracy: The central and eastern Europe perspective. British Journal of Politics and International Relations 21(3).
DOI / Google Scholar | SAGE Journals. Politics and the bureaucracy by Kenneth J. Meier, John Bohte,Harcourt College Publishers edition, in English - 4th ed.
Coercion, Capital, and European States, AD is a book by the American political scientist Charles Tilly. The central theme of the book is state formation. Tilly writes about the complex history of European state formation from the Middle Ages to the s - a thousand-year time span.
While examining political, social, and technological change, Tilly attempts to explain the. Klaus H. Goetz, European integration and national executives: A cause in search of an effect?, West European Politics, /, 23, 4, (), ().
Crossref Vol Issue 1. In fact, it was this sort of political behavior and misuse of power that inspired Max Weber, a sociologist an early organizational scholar, to write the classic book Bureaucracy, where he argued. This introduction to the politics of the European Union uses the lens of comparative politics to explore the history, theories, institutions, key participants, policies and policy making of the EU.
The comparative approach enables students to use their knowledge of domestic politics and broader debates in political science to better understand Reviews: 4.Oxford University Press. DOI/acprof:oso/ This chapter discusses the close association between bureaucracy and the European Union.
It identifies the common characteristics of a bureaucracy including cohesion, institutionalized .Keywords bureaucracy, Central and Eastern Europe, civil service reform, comparative public administration, post-communist transition, public administration, regulation References Drechsler, W () Public administration in central and eastern Europe: .