International Encyclopedia of Public Policy and Administration - Vol. 1

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VOLUME 1
Forewordxxix
Prefacexxxi
A
ability to pay
absenteeism
absolute immunity
accountability
accounting
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) policy
acronym
action learning
action research
action theory
active listening
adjudication
administocracy
administration
administrative conservatorship
administrative corporatism
administrative discretion
administrative disinvestment
administrative fiction
administrative law
administrative law judge
administrative modernization in African developing countries
administrative morality
administrative natural justice
administrative policies
administrative praxis
administrative procedure acts
administrative searches and seizures
administrative state
adversary system
adverse impact
advocacy
advocacy organizations
affirmative action
affirmative action plan
AFL-CIO
African administrative tradition
agency
agency budget success
agency mission
agency theory
Al-Farabi, Abu Al-Nassar Mohammed
Al-Ghazali, Abu Hamed Mohammed Ahmad
Al-Marwardi, Abu Al-Hassan Ali Bin Habeeb Al-Basri
alcoholism
alienation
alternative dispute resolution
alternative fund
American Association of Fund-Raising Counsel, Inc. (AAFRC)
American administrative tradition
annexation
annual campaign
antitrust
applied behavioral science
apprentice
appropriate technology
Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO)
arbitrary and capricious behavior
archives
Argyris, Chris
arts administration (arts management)
aspirational management
assessment center
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA)
association management
asymmetrical federalism
at-risk populations
audit
auditor general
Australian administrative tradition
authority
B
backbencher
balanced budget requirement
balancing test
Barnard, Chester I.
battered women's movement
benefit-cost analysis
Bentham, Jeremy
best practices
Beveridge Report
biennial budgeting
bill of attainder
Bill of Rights
Bismarck, Otto von
Blacksburg Manifesto
board of directors
boundaryless

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