Public Administration Theory and the Separation of Powers

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Rosenbloom, David H. 1983. Public Administration Theory and the Separation of Powers. Public Administration Review 43(3): 219-227.

This is an influential early contribution to the theory of public administration that explicitly considers the organizational and individual consequences of different theoretical perspectives. This piece has been often used as a basis in the underlying pillars for public administration. It continues to be cited by scholars in the field, reflecting its 2.20 annual citation rate – the highest for an article in the 1981-85 period.  -Editorial Board

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