Controlling Bureaucracies: Dilemmas in Democratic Governance
by Judith Gruber
Publisher: University of California Press 1988
Number of pages: 150
How can citizens of a democracy exercise control over government officials in ways that allow for effective government? In this book, Professor Gruber merges a sophisticated analysis with empirical research to develop a new approach to this perennial problem.
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