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Handbook of research methods in public administration, management and policy

Barabashev A. G., Kettl D. F., Peters G.
Editor-in-chief: E. Vigoda-Gadot, D. R. Vashdi.
Leading author: E. Vigoda-Gadot, D. R. Vashdi.
Under the general editorship: E. Vigoda-Gadot, D. R. Vashdi.

 The goal of the handbook is to add significant knowledge and experience to research methods in public administration, management and policy by exploring, in both a detailed and progressive manner, a variety of research methods that can take our field and discipline into the next generation of evolution. Its aim to provide readers (students, academics, field experts, policy designers, policy makers, etc) with the most advanced toolbox for understanding the science of public administration, management, and policy for the third decade of the twenty-first century. It is focused mostly on innovative research architectures, useful research techniques and best practices for the study of modern bureaucracy and the behavior of its agents and stakeholders. Providing specific examples of
how these methods are used will enable a down-to-earth understanding of a variety of intellectual paths and sophisticated techniques.


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Handbook of research methods in public administration, management and policy