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Bibliography of Public Administration in Latin America. Sady, Emil . trengthening Central Services to Local Governments: An Essential Step Towards an Effective Role for Local Government in National Development. New York: UN Office for Public Administration, 1959. Pan American Bibliographic Series No. 4. (Washington: Pan American Union, 1958. Includes limited treatment of local government. Halasz, . etropolis: A Selected Bibliography on Administrative and Other Problems oj Metropolitan Areas Throughout the World. Union of Local Authorities, 1961.
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Public Administration. This book provides both local and general scopes of how the government functions in therms of judiciary, legislative and executive branches of the Philippine government. Jojema D. Indab Peñalosa Political Science 66 Professor Philippine, Local Public Administration References ➢ Tendero, A. (2000). Theory and practice of public administration in the Philippines. It goes into several and modular approaches how the government through the effective employment of public administration concepts and strategies go together in attaining common goal.
Your Bibliography: Waldo, D. (1953). Ideas and issues in public administration. New York: McGraw-Hill, p. 9-63 "Bureauctratic Management" by Ludwing Von Mises and "Government is Different" by Paul Appleby. Chapter of an ed. book. Your Bibliography: Waldo, D. (1987). What is public administration?. In: J. Shafrits and A. Hyde, e. Classics of Public Administration, 2nd ed. Chicago: The Dorsey Press, p. 29-241.
The following article deals with the administrative phenomena and problems of centralization and decentralization. Broader political and social aspects are treated in Federalism; Government; Political process; State; Stateless society. For related economic topics see Communism, economic organization of; Planning, economic; Trade and Markets. For related urban and ecological processes see Central place; City; Region; Urban Revolution. Administrative centralization and decentralization principally describe a condition or a trend in an areal hierarchy of power
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Leading the problems most critical to government decision makers worldwide are those that derive from privatization, democratization, and decentralization. Dr. Nagel and a panel of academics and practitioners help clarify the ways in which problems traceable to these trends are being handled - and how they might be handled better - in light of the goals, experiences, constraints, and other factors affecting participants in world governance. Among the many important features of the book is its interdisciplinary approach and the way it offers African, Asian, Latin American, European and North.