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Organizational Theory and Public Policy (SAGE Focus Editions) [Paperback]

Richard H. Hall , Robert E. Quinn


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Table of Contents

Introduction
Question - Richard H Hall and Robert E Quinn
What is the Connection Between Organizational Theory and Public Policy?
PART ONE: ORGANIZATION THEORY AND PUBLIC POLICY: PURPOSE, PROCESS, AND REASON
Public Policy and Organizational Theory - Warren F Ilchman and Norman T Uphoff
Three R's of Administrative Behavior - Andrew H Van de Ven
Rational, Random, and Reasonable (and the greatest of these is reason)
Regulation - David P McCaffrey
Notes on a Stochastic Process Perspective
PART TWO: THE EVOLUTION OF ORGANIZATIONS AND THE POLICY PROCESS
'Publicness' and Resource Management Strategies - Barry Bozeman and Jeffery D Straussman
Technocratic Corporatism - Wolf V Heydebrand
Toward a Theory of Occupational and Organizational Transformation
The Corporate Community - Michael Useem
Its Social Organization and Political Activity
PART THREE: INTERORGANIZATIONAL NETWORKS AND THE POLICY PROCESS
Public Organizations - Hal G Rainey and H Brinton Milward
Policy Networks and Environments
State Expansion and Organizational Fields - Paul DiMaggio
Trade Association Stability and Public Policy - Udo Staber and Howard Aldrich
Interorganizational Communication - W Bruce Bassett and Johannes M Pennings
Implications for Public Policy
PART FOUR: ORGANIZATIONS AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICY
Organizational Mandates and Client Careers - David E Duffee and John Klofas
An Examination of Penal Policy
Formal Organizations and Community Primary Groups - Eugene Litwak and Cecilia M Falbe
Theory and Policy of Shared Functions as Applied to the Aged
The Implementing Organization - Janice M Beyer, John M Stevens, and Harrison M Trice
Exploring the Black Box in Public Policy Research
PART FIVE: THE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND MEASUREMENT OF PERFORMANCE
Pondering the Performance Puzzle - John R Kimberly, Fred Norling, and Janet A Weiss
Effectiveness in Interorganizational Settings
The Competing Values Approach - John Rohrbaugh
Evaluation of Innovation and Effectiveness in the Job Service
CONCLUSION
Environments, Organizations, and Policymakers - Robert E Quinn and Richard H Hall
Toward an Integrative Framework

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