[Syracuse, N. Y.] : Syracuse University Press, 
vii, 355 pages ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Paul H. Appleby and his administrative world, by R. C. Martin. Reflections on institutions and their ways, by P. H. Appleby. Public administration and culture, by D. Waldo. Business as government, by E. S. Redford. The budget and democratic government, by J. Burkhead. The managers of national economic change, by B. M. Gross. Some notes on reorganizations in public agencies, by F. C. Mosher. The changing intergovernmental system, by G. S. Birkhead. The citizen as administrator, by J. M. Gaus. Responsibility and representativeness in advisory relations, by A. W. Macmahon. Bureaucracy in a democratic society, by V. A. Thompson. Conjectures on comparative public administration, by L. K. Caldwell. Public administration and nation-building, by D. C. Stone. Administration and policy in international technical assistance, by H. Emmerich. Ethics and the public service, by S. K. Bailey. Responsibility in administration: an exploratory essay, by R....