Public Administration and Decision-Aiding Software: Improving Procedure and Substance

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PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND DECISION-AIDING SOFTWARE
Improving Procedure and Substance

Edited by STUART S. NAGEL

Prepared under the auspices of the Policy Studies Organization

New Directions in Information Management, Number 23

Greenwood Press
New York Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

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  • Recent Titles in New Directions in Information Management ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures and Tables ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Note xiv
  • Part I Staff or Procedural Activities 1
  • Conclusion 15
  • Notes 16
  • References 16
  • Chapter 2 the Uses of Models in Legislative Planning 19
  • Notes 49
  • Summary and Conclusions 70
  • Note 72
  • Refferences 72
  • Chapter 5 the Growing Role of Computers in U.S. Federal Tax Compliance and Administration 75
  • Notes 86
  • Chapter 6 a Theory of Rational and Feasible Budget Allocation 91
  • Notes 100
  • Part II Line or Substance Activities 103
  • Chapter 7 Computerization in the Prosecution Service in Scotland 107
  • Notes 122
  • Notes 155
  • References 156
  • Conclusion 176
  • Acknowledgments 176
  • References 176
  • Art III Procedure and Substance Combined 179
  • Chapter 15 Improving Public Policy Toward and Within Developing Countries 185
  • Notes 212
  • Selected Bibliography 241
  • Name Index 249
  • Subject Index 253
  • About the Editor and Contributors 257
  • Policy Studies Organization Publications Issued with Greenwood Press /Quorum Books 263
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