Toward A Paradigm Of Future Public Administration: A Delphi Exercise Aimed At Defining The Scope And Methods Of Public Administration From 1973-1990
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Doctor of Public Administration (DPA)
This study attempts to channel intuitive thinking, intentionality, and the subjective values of authorities in public administration, and in related fields, toward the prediction of a paradigm of future public administration. A Delphi exercise is used as the means for obtaiing the best judgments from scholars about the future scope and methods of public administration.
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Wald, Emanuel, "Toward A Paradigm Of Future Public Administration: A Delphi Exercise Aimed At Defining The Scope And Methods Of Public Administration From 1973-1990" (1973). Public Administration - Dissertations. Paper 62.