International Encyclopedia of Public Policy and Administration - Vol. 4

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Index
Boldface page numbers indicate an article title. At the bottom of each page is a key that locates pages according to volume.
A
AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, 109
Abbasyah caliphs, 1205-6
Abbot, Carl, 397
Abbott Laboratories v. Gardner, 1988, 1999, 2000
An ABC Manager's Primer ( Cokins, Stratton, and Helbling), 550
Abdulrahman-al Tawail, Mohammed, 1151
Abel v. United States, 66-68
Abel-Smith, Brian, 854
Aberbach, Joel D., 1733
Abilene Cotton Oil Co. v. Texas and Pacific R.R. Co., 1737-38
Ability to pay, 1-2
Abney, Glenn, 96, 97, 1031, 1287
Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, 2307
Aboriginal Tent Embassy of 1972 ( Australia), 1129
Abortion, 1960-63
Absenteeism, 3
Absolute immunity, 3-6
Absolute poverty, 1729
Abstract reasoning (theoria), 63
Abu Baker, 1203
Abuse of authority, 940-41 See also Authority
Accidental adversaries pattern, 471
Accountability
APA provisions on, 2008
of British civil servants, 2405-6
corporatization and, 541-42
in democratic systems, 9
described, 6
governance problems and, 6-9
hierarchical, 9
insuring, 2141-42
legal/political/professional, 9-10
of public authorities, 1812-13
Accountability systems, 10-11
Accounting
cost, 549-51
described, 11-12
functions of, 14
government, 998-1002
management, 15, 1342-44
records of, 12
structure and classification of, 12
Taylor System of, 2038
unified budget and national income, 2301-2
See also Budgeting
Accounting bases, 13-14
Accounting, Organizations, and Society ( Hofstede), 1336
Accounting processes, 14
Accounting reports, 14-15
Accounting Systems Division (GAO), 970
Accounting transactions, 12-13
Accrual accounting, 1000
Achaemenid Persian administration, 1641-44
Achebe, Chinua, 53
Acheson, Dean, 2388
Achievement, affiliation, and power needs theory, 1100
Achievement motivation culture, 110
The Achieving Society ( McClelland), 2393
Acker, Joan, 451, 965, 966, 967
Ackerman, Susan Rose, 939
Ackoff, Russell, 540, 1147
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), 1054
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) policy, 15-17
Acronym, 17-18
Act of Settlement of 1701 ( England), 2047
Action for annulment (Court of Justice), 576-77
Action channels, 923
Action for damages (Court of Justice), 577-78
Action for default (Court of Justice), 577
Action for failure to act (Court of Justice), 577
Action learning, 18
Action research (AR), 18-21
Action theory, 21-23
Action Theory for Public Administration ( Harmon), 509
Active listening, 23-24
Activist approach, 505
Activity-based costing (ABC), 550
Ad hoc balancing test, 168
Ad Hoc Commission on Descriptive Standards ( 1989), 126
Ad hoc volunteerism, 2367
Ad-hocracy, 2185
Adab al-Donia Wa al-Deen ( al-Marwardi), 101
Adams, Elsie B., 44
Adams, Gerry, 2109
Adams, Guy B., 607, 1575, 2341
Adams, Samuel Hopkins, 1436
Adamson v. California, 196
Adaptive managers, 11
Addams, Jane, 2083, 2200
"Additional Perspectives" ( Filer Commission), 886
Adenauer, Konrad, 390, 807, 1426
Adjective Check List (ACL), 340
Adjudication, 24-27
Adjusted gross income (AGI), 1102
Administocracy, 27-29
Administration
American tradition of, 109-14
arts, 128-33
contributions of Omar ibn-äl-Khattab to, 1537-39
corrections, 542-45
described, 29-32
in developing African countries, 52-55
environmental, 75
financial, 887-91
of fund-raising development, 670-74
German tradition of, 974-79
Indian tradition of, 1115-20
Islamic tradition of, 1201-6
Japanese culture of, 1207-9
judicial, 1228-33
Latin American tradition of, 1254-61
Malaysian tradition of, 1327-28
Mexican tradition of, 1386-96
Persian/Iranian tradition of, 1640-46
police, 1677-80
rational model of, 1556-57
seizure and arrest powers of, 66
solid waste, 2089-91
of space activities, 2100-2101
tax, 2208-11
of telecommunications operations, 2244-45
user fee considerations by, 2322-23

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