Governance VI: New Insights on Governance: Theory and Practice Kenneth W. Thompson

ISBN: 9780819197986

Published: February 28th 1995

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226 pages


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Governance VI: New Insights on Governance: Theory and Practice  by  Kenneth W. Thompson

Governance VI: New Insights on Governance: Theory and Practice by Kenneth W. Thompson
February 28th 1995 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 226 pages | ISBN: 9780819197986 | 4.45 Mb

This is a volume on governance, the sixth in a series that the Miller Center hopes will reawaken interest in the interconnectedness of the major institutions and functions of the American presidency. In this volume the field of study concerningMoreThis is a volume on governance, the sixth in a series that the Miller Center hopes will reawaken interest in the interconnectedness of the major institutions and functions of the American presidency.

In this volume the field of study concerning governance is defined and its problems and issues are illustrated through case studies. Co-published with the Miller Center for Public Affairs. Contents: Presidential Character- Governance- Governance A Case Study: The LBJ Presidency- Governance: Is Divided Government Ending?- Gridlock and Contemporary Executive-Legislative Relations- Governance: Presidential Staffing- The Explosion of Debt in the United States During the 1980s- Problems with the Federal Budget- The Presidency and the Regulatory Process: Energy- Parliamentary Critiques of the Separation of Powers.

Contributors: Hugh Sidey, Donald Kettl, Louis Heren, Roger Davidson, Frederick M. Kaiser, Edwin Colin Campbell, James J. OLeary, Eric Pianin, Matthew Holden, Thomas O. Sargentich. Copublished with the Miller Center for Public Policy Affairs.



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