2 edition of From watchful eye to bureaucratic formality found in the catalog.
From watchful eye to bureaucratic formality
Jennifer Gail Watt
Written in English
|Statement||by Jennifer Gail Watt.|
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|Number of Pages||90|
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In his inaugural address on Janu , Barack Obama said, “Nor is the question before us whether the market is a force for good or ill. Its power to generate wealth and expand freedom is unmatched, but this crisis has reminded us that without a watchful eye, the market can spin out of control.” At first glance, this seems a plausible. Under the WatchfUl eye 2 technology. the department of homeland Security has offered hundreds of millions of dollars in grants to local governments for video surveillance cameras and systems.2 While the federal government has been handing out money for new surveillance systems, cities and .
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This is a genuinely important book that will have a major impact in this field." Morris S. Ogul, University of Pittsburgh "Joel Aberbach goes far to connect the ideals implied in Keeping a Watchful Eye with the realities of The Politics of Congressional by: This book examines the reasons behind the surprising growth of congressional oversight.
Keeping a Watchful Eye its ability to expose bureaucratic behavior to public scrutiny is impressive. This article reports results of a follow-up study to my book Keeping a Watchful Eye (), updating it with data from the s. It examines whether congressional oversight has increased or.
But the clincher seems to have been a desire to have their eldest sons together in the same class, and close by, the idea being that Henry—a model of probity and purpose— would keep a watchful eye on his older brother, a personable young man prone to careless : Nicholas A.
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There is no other single work that covers congressional oversight and management of the bureaucracy with such insight and depth. -" --Matthew D. McCubbins, University of California, San Diego "Joel Aberbach goes far to connect the ideals implied in Keeping a Watchful Eye with the realities of The Politics of Congressional Oversight.5/5(1).
~Tides of reform: this example is watchful eye, CPD needs to make actions more transparent in order to be successful ~In bureaucracy model, this would probably mean increasing M3, or the amount of managers who are helping the bureaucracy succeed.
Bythe number of those doing what taxpayers would recognise as government work had slumped again – but at least they were now under the watchful eye Author: Aditya Chakrabortty.
Keeping a Watchful Eye The Politics of Congressional Oversight by Joel D. Aberbach. ebook. This book examines the reasons behind the surprising growth of congressional oversight.
Using original data collected for this project, Joel D. Aberbach documents the increase in oversight activity and links it to changes in the political environment.
For example, Golden (April ) and Yackee and Yackee (Feb. ) studies the “notices and comments” section within the rulemaking process highlight the US government agencies incorporating the watchful eye reforms. The added time for bureaucratic rule making allows citizens and business associations to be apart of the process.
Congressional oversight activity has increased dramatically since the early s. Congressional committees now spend more of their time holding hearings to review the activities of federal agencies, and committee staff members are busy collecting information.
bureaucratic style – arrogance linked to insecurity, abuse of power linked to disregard for others – and I offered tongue-in-cheek advice on how to avoid such a style: Never say please or thank you; say no abruptly, quote policy rather than provide rationale; don’t explain a deadline; use nouns rather than verbs; avoid personal pronouns.
Get this from a library. Keeping a watchful eye: the politics of congressional oversight. [Joel D Aberbach] -- Traditionally the oversight function of Congress has taken a back seat to its legislative function. Aberbach provides a detailed analysis of the changing politics of congressional oversight.
Under the watchful eye of The Company, three characters — Grayson, Morse and Chen — shapeshifters, amorphous, part human, part extensions of the landscape, make their way through forces that would consume them. A blue fox, a giant fish and language stretched to 1/5(1). Under a Watchful Eye: Self, Power, and Intimacy in Amazonia.
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