The Craft of Public Administration is not just a textbook; it is a concise, current, down-to-earth text that introduces readers to the dynamics of the public sector. In the tenth edition, all new case studies link theory to the real-world practice of public administration.
Chapter 1: The Administrative Craft
Chapter 2: The Ecology of the Administrative Craft
Chapter 3: The Anatomy of Public Organizations
Chapter 4: The Physiology of Public Organizations
Chapter 5: People and Personnel
Chapter 6: Public Sector Labor-Management Relations
Chapter 7: Communication and Leadership
Chapter 8: Taxing, Budgeting, and Spending
Chapter 9: The Productivity Challenge: Working Smarter While Doing
Chapter 10: Administrative Law and Government Regulations
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John Rouse, Professor, teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in public administration, American government and politics, and organizational theory. He holds a B.A. from Furman University, and M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, College Park. He has traveled to 42 countries. Professor Rouse has served on the Editorial Board, BS:Political Science & Politics(APSA), been an Op-ed contributor to the editorial pages of The Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, and major Midwest newspapers. He was a candidate for the Muncie City Council. He has been a columnist for the Sunday Editorial page of The Muncie Star and served as the Producer-Commentator for a weekly Indiana public affairs radio-television program.
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