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Author Dalby, Michael T.
Title Bureaucracy in historical perspective / edited by Michael T. Dalby [and] Michael S. Werthman.
Imprint Glenview, Ill. : Scott, Foresman, [1971]

Author Dalby, Michael T.
Series Topics in comparative history series
Subject Bureaucracy.
Alt Name Werthman, Michael S.
Description 178 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The role of bureaucracy in society: The ideal type of bureaucracy, by M. Weber. The implcations of Weber's construct, by P. M. Blau. The achievement of British bureaucracy, by Sir I. Jennings. The bureaucratic society of imperial China, by E. Balazs.--Problems of personnel: Bureaucratic recruitment and advancement in imperial China, by E. A. Kracke, Jr. The Ottoman slave-bureaucrats, by E. N. Gladden. Personnel policy in New York City, by B. D. Blank.--Bureaucratic behavior: A bureaucratic success story, by F. M. Surface and R. L. Bland. Tensions and conflicts in bureaucratic societies, by S. N. Eisenstadt. Varieties of bureaucratic conduct, by E. Strauss. The case for bureaucratic corruption, by O. P. Dwivedi.--Control of bureaucracy: Authority and flexibility in the Spanish imperial bureaucracy, by J. L. Phelan. Control of the Prussian bureaucracy, by H. Rosenberg. The pervasiveness of Soviet controls, by M. Fainsod. American civil service reform, by P. Van Riper.--The impact of bureaucracy on society: The durability of bureaucracy, by M. Weber. Social efficiency and individual freedom, by A. Downs. Bureaucracy in a democratic society, by H. G. Rickover. The meritocracy of the future, by M. Young. Rule by bureaucrats, by M. Djilas.
OCLC # 133170

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