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This book is intended to serve as a workbook and study guide. It is designed as a diagnostic rather than prescriptive approach to professional standards and ethics and, as such, should stimulate reflections and self-realization by students and public administrators at all levels and in all jurisdictions. The materials included provide a starting point for delving into the field of public and professional standards and ethics.
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How might we ensure that current efforts to measure and report on performance in the public and nonprofit sectors result in improved decision making and increased public confidence in these institutions? Practitioners and academics who are heavily involved in performance measurement efforts at all three levels of government and in the nonprofit sector discussed this issue and others in a symposium held by the American Society for Public Administration's (ASPA) Center for... Details
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In their second edition of Combating Corruption, Encouraging Ethics, ASPA members William L. Richter and Frances Burke update this essential staple to delve deeply into the unique ethical problems of twenty-first century public administration.
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Public Administration Review is published every other month, 6 issues per year.

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International subscriptions are available at $75 per year international air delivery. Subscriptions must be prepaid, U.S. dollars or credit card.

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Domestic subscriptions are available at $50 per year first class delivery. Subscriptions must be prepaid, U.S. dollars or credit card.

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By L. Douglas Wilder, Former Governor of Virginia

This is a signed copy of Gov. Wilder's book.
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A pocket-sized book featuring quotes reflecting on the various facets of public service: public service motivation, compassion, purpose, ethics, citizenship and more. Compiled by Marc Holzer, Distinguished Professor, Suffolk University.

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The cases in Getting Things Done with Courage and Conviction are extracted from the experiences of Dwight Ink, whose career has spanned more than 50 years (and counting...), including key roles in helping advance important initiatives of seven presidents. Each of the nine cases provides insights into key government operations that are relevant to public administrators today.

Each chapter highlights enduring issues in public administration theory and practice (e.g., political... Details

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By Ambassador Christopher R. Hill

Outpost is Hill's "lively, entertaining [...] introduction to the difficult game of diplomacy" (The Washington Post) -- an adventure story of danger, loss of comrades, high stakes negotiations and imperfect options. There are fascinating portraits of war criminals (Mladic, Karadzic), of presidents (Bush, Clinton and Obama), of vice presidents including Dick Cheney, of Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and Hillary Clinton and Secretary... Details

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The Craft of Public Administration is not just a textbook; it is a pedagogical gathering of pertinent yet limited literature, assembled to inform and interest college students in the dynamics of the public, or government, sector in the United States. The four pedagogical segments of this textbook — federalism, public personnel administration, budgets, and government regulations — succinctly organize the study of partisan, policy, and system politics — and government... Details
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(c) 2005, A collection of George Frederickson's columns from PA TIMES.
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This workbook will help you understand and implement performance measurement. It is designed for use in workshops, department/agency performance improvement efforts, and MPA programs, and is published by the American Society for Public Administration's (ASPA) Center for Accountability and Performance (CAP).