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The Predicaments of Publicness: An Inquiry into the Conceptual Ambiguity of Public Administration
by Udo Pesch
Eburon Academic Publishers, 2006
Paper: 978-90-5972-082-4
Library of Congress Classification JF1351.P392 2005

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
As governmental goods and resources continue to undergo privatization, many wonder just what is “public” about public administration. The Predicaments of Publicness traces the development of this dilemma in modern political and social thought and then applies those theoretical findings to some of the most relevant practical issues in current public administration. Some organizations, Pesch asserts, remain outside of the public/private schism, and The Predicaments of Publicness will provide readers—both citizens and civil servants—with essential guideposts for negotiating these new arenas.

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