Bureaucracy and public administration by Rajeshwar Trikha

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Philosophically, the framework of the model of moral agency proposed here is the unified ethic. Functionally, this model derives from the application of enhanced principal-agent theory to public administration. Politically, this model represents a countervailing perspective to public choice theory and privatisation. 51 Bureaucratic Leadership Together, the philosophical, functional, and political dimensions of this model of moral agency can provide the 21st-century public administrator with the concepts and confidence required to strive consistently toward enactment of the public interest The unified ethic, developed by Garofalo and Geuras, elaborated by Garofalo, and Geuras and Garofalo, consists of the three principal positions in moral plillosophy-deontology, teleology, and virtue.

The authors, then, wanted the reader to relate to the subject of discussion, contemplate, and let the imagination wander on the basis of the impulses from the metaphors used in the text. In various ways, these themes have been found in subsequent publications on Postmodern Public Administration. Much of the theoretical inspiration comes from European scholars. Foucault, Derrida and Laclau have had strong influence on much postmodern writing, regardless of scientific field. Foucault's main significance may lie in his conception of power as something permeating all spheres of life, and thus it is not a phenomenon to be on the lookout for and-if possible-to curb, as modernists would do, but an energy which must be recognised and used variously in different situations.

The Senior Civil Service in the United Kingdom and the Senior Executive Service in the United States exemplify this approach. Second is to identify and select potential leaders. A major question here is whether to select future leaders from outside or to nurture those already in the public service. Those countries on the more centralised end of the spectrum tend to use the former approach, while others, such as Australia, Canada, and the United States, either use or intend to use the latter approach, which is often called succession planning and management.

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