Whatever Happened To The New Public-Administration
The “New Public Administration” advocated the infusion of value preferences into areas of administrative practice. In assessing the historical legacy and contemporary applicability of the movement, the authors examine its objectives in view of changing political and administrative commitments. The article criticizes the extent to which institutionalizing administrative values gives way to “value-shifting” when electoral moods change.
International Journal of Public Administration
Carter, Luther F. and Duffey, Jefferson S., "Whatever Happened To The New Public-Administration" (1984). Faculty Bibliography 1980s. 281.