Chapter 7

Public Administration and Government Decision Making

Bruce Cutting and Alexander Kouzmin


A key insight is that the dichotomy of policy and administration is really a trichotomy of entrepreneurship, administration and politics. Public administration operates as a bridge between government and the public in the process of policy development and delivery. Rather than being the core of modern government, public administration is the faithful servant. Public administration has been significantly affected by the transition from the societal, managerialist to politicist orientation and needs to effect an appropriate adjustment.

Total Pages: 130-176 (47)

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