Part I: The Substance of Accountability
|1. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS: ACCOUNTABLE FOR WHAT?3|
|Making Laws Work as Intended4|
|Exercising Lawful and Sensible Discretion7|
|Initiating Changes in Policies and Programs11|
|Enhancing Citizen Confidence in the Administrative
Institutions of Government14|
|2. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS: ACCOUNTABLE TO WHOM?19|
|The Public Administrator and the Elected Chief Executive20|
|The Public Administrator and the Legislature24|
|The Public Administrator and the Citizens26|
|The Public Administrator and the Courts28|
|The Public Administrator and the News Media29|
|An Overall View31|
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Book title: Holding Government Bureaucracies Accountable.
Contributors: Bernard Rosen - Author.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: v.
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