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DIALOGUE ON DEFINITION AND EVOLUTION OF THE FIELD OF PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

By Steven Kelman, Fred Thompson, L. R. Jones and Kuno Schedler

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How may public management be defined as an academic field? From what disciplinary bases has public management evolved? What knowledge frameworks does public management need to comprehend? What types of research is needed to improve scholarship it the field? This article presents the views of four internationally recognized public management scholars in response to these questions. The dialogue took place on the International Public Management list server in October 2003 and is reproduced here with only minor editorial changes

Year: 2009
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