A Research Agenda for Public Administration

Precio especial 123,50 € Precio habitual 130,00 €
Disponible (en stock)
ISBN
9781788117241
Nombre del producto:
A Research Agenda for Public Administration
Fecha de edición:
29 mar. 2019
Número de Edición:
1
Autor:
Massey, Andrew
Idioma:
Inglés
Formato:
Libro
Páginas:
256
Lugar de edición:
REINO UNIDO
Colección:
ELGAR RESEARCH AGENDAS
Encuadernación:
Cartoné

Elgar Research Agendas outline the future of research in a given area. Leading scholars are given the space to explore their subject in provocative ways, and map out the potential directions of travel. They are relevant but also visionary.

In order to be successful, public administration (PA) research has to be methodologically promiscuous. Attempting either quantitative or qualitative purity is no way to reflect the complex realities of public administration in the real world. Looking to the future of the subject, this Research Agenda seeks to suggest the future of PA research and the directions which it may – or should – take.

With chapters from leading researchers, A Research Agenda for Public Administration offers observations, analysis, and concerns from researchers. With thematically linked chapters, this book focuses and clarifies the current research agenda for public administration while endorsing the need for relevant research in the field and advocating for theory which fits the reality and practice of public administration, for example, in the areas of climate change, disease control, and migration and inequality.

This Research Agenda will assist students of PA as well as of public sector management, especially postgraduates, but it is also a useful resource for more established researchers seeking to understand the major emerging issues.


1. A Research Agenda for Public Administration and Public Sector Management
Andrew Massey

2. Public Administration: the interpretive turn, and storytelling 
R.A.W Rhodes

3. Shadowland: the poorly-mapped, under-discussed yet vital interface between public administration research and practice 
Christopher Pollitt

4. To what extent can we frame questions that deliver useful answers for policymakers and practitioners?
David Walker

5. Public Administration into the wild: grappling with co-production and social innovation 
Trui Steen, Taco Brandsen and Bram Verschure 

6. Bracing for impact: is public administration ready to be relevant? 
Claire A. Dunlop 

7. Regulation and Corruption: claims, evidence and explanations 
Claire A. Dunlop and Claudio M. Radaelli 

8.Developments of modern public administration in East Asia: similarities and dissimilarities among China, Japan and South Korea 
Kim Pan-Suk 

9. A research agenda for public administration in China in the ‘Xi New Era’ 
Lan Zhiyong 

10. Towards digital era governance: lessons from the Australian experience 
Mark Evans, Patrick Dunleavy, Carmel McGregor and Max Halupka 

11. Public governance in small states: from paradoxes to research agenda 
Tiina Randma-Liiv and Külli Sarape 

12. Comparative public administration and administrative reforms 
Sabine Kuhlman 

13. Public service motivation: overcoming major obstacles to research progress 
Gene A. Brewer 

14. After public administration scholarship 
Wolfgang Drechsler 

Index

Andrew Massey, Professor, University of Exeter, UK

Escribir Su propia reseña
Estás revisando:A Research Agenda for Public Administration
Su valoración