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From the active to the enabling state : the changing role of top officials in European nations / edited by Edward C. Page and Vincent Wright
(Transforming government series)

Publisher Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan
Year 2007
Codes ID=2001313071 NCID=BA79242947

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Language English
Size ix, 245 p. ; 23 cm
Contents Introduction : from the active to the enabling state / Edward C. Page and Vincent Wright
A case of amateurs and professionals : the role of the Greek senior civil service / Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos
The changing role of the Austrian civil service : the impact of politicisation, public sector reform, and Europeanisation / Wolfgang C. Müller
From incremental to copernican reform? : changes to the position and role of senior civil servants in the Belgian federal administration / Marleen Brans and Trui Steen
Italian democracy under threat? : the spoils system in historical perspective / Paola Mattei
The changing role of the senior civil service in Dutch national government / Fritz M. van der Meer and Jos C.N. Raadschelders
French top civil servants within changing configurations : from monopolization to contested places and roles? / Philippe Bezes and Patrick Le Lidec
German officials and the federal policy process : the decline of sectional leadership / Klaus Goetz
The changing role of the British senior civil service : challenge and reform / Charlotte Sausman and Rachel Locke
From managing the state to managing contingencies : changing roles of the senior civil service in Sweden / Jon Pierre
Conclusions : the demystification of high bureaucratic office / Edward C. Page and Vincent Wright
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index
Authors Page, Edward
Wright, Vincent
Subjects LCSH:Government executives -- Europe, Western  All Subject Search
LCSH:Civil service -- Europe, Western  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:JN94.A69
Vol : hbk ; ISBN:9781403903198 ; XISBN:1403903190

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