Bureaucrats and Policy Making: A Comparative Overview

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INDEX
Abolition ( United States), 11
Advisory counsels ( Japan), 85
Agency heads ( Chile), 254, 262, 274
Agnès, Yves, 112
Agrarian Reform Corporation ( Chile), 265
Alessandri, Jorge, 247-50, 263
Allende, Salvador, 242, 245, 247-50, 251, 252, 262, 265, 266
Alliance for Progress ( Chile), 251
American Occupation ( Japan). See United States Occupation of Japan, influence on Japan civil service
Aritomo, Yamagata, 79-80
Armstrong, John A., 46
Armstrong, Neil, 9
Armstrong, Sir William, 140, 141, 155, 158-59, 166
Association of First Division Civil Servants ( Britain), 157, 165
Atomic Energy Commission ( United States), 17
Audit Office ( Italy), 52-53, 62
Baker, James, 27
Balliol College, Oxford, 146
Banca d'Italia, 44
Bancroft, Sir Ian, 136
Barre, Raymond, 122, 126
Bertrando brothers ( Italy), 41
Bloch-Lainé, François, 126
Blum's Popular Front Government ( France), 110-11
Bridges, Thomas Edward, 156
Briones, Carlos, 251, 264
Britain

Ministries

Defense, 162

Education, 162

the Environment, 164

Health, 159

Industry, 164

Bureau heads ( Chile), 254, 274
Bureau of Public Works ( Chile), 267
Bureau of the Budget ( Chile), 251, 274
Bureaucratic efficiency, 74-76, 89
Bureaucratic power (West Germany), 177-79
CEA ( U.S.). See Council of Economic Advisors ( U.S.)
CORFO ( Chile). See Corporación de Fomento ( Chile)
Cabinet ( Chile), 246, 247
Carter, Hugh, 30
Carter, Jimmy, 22, 27, 30-31
Cassese, Sabino, 35-71, 280
Catholic University ( Chile), 265
Central Bank ( Chile), 253-55
Cerda, Pedro Aquirre, 350, 266
Chadeau, André, 131
Chamber of Deputies ( Chile), 246

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