Bold Aspirations Visitor and Lecture Series: H. George Frederickson

Valedictory Public Administration Lecture Series
In his Valedictory Lecture Series, Frederickson claims that the practices of mod-ern public administration are far ahead of the devel-opment of theories that ex-plain those practices. He therefore reopens and re-considers core concepts and categories in public admin-istration, including the growing importance of the public in public administra-tion, the declining im-portance of government in public administration, and the urgent need to recon-ceptualize organization and management in public ad-ministration.
February 18, 2013
03:30 pm
Kansas Union, Alderson Room
785.864.4904
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