The Oxford Encyclopedia of Public Administration

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Public Administration

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Public Administration will comprehensively examine the full range of concerns surrounding the core question of governance through administration. All of the articles will appear online as part of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics.

Editors in Chief

 B. Guy Peters, University of Pittsburgh

 Ian Thynne, University of Hong Kong

Editorial Board

 Francisco Gaetani, National School of Public Administration, Brazil

 Gong Ting, City University of Hong Kong

 Jon Pierre, University of Gothenburg

 Tiina Randma-Liiv, Tallinn University of Technology

 Donald Savoie, University of Moncton

Articles

Administrative Culture (Muiris MacCarthaigh, Leno Saarniit)
Administrative Styles and Policy Styles (Louisa Bayerlein, Christoph Knill)
Agencification in Public Administration (Sandra van Thiel, Steven F. De Vadder)
Agenda Setting and the Policy Process: Focusing Events (Thomas A. Birkland, Kathryn L. Schwaeble)
Auditing and Accountability (Jenny de Fine Licht)
Controlling Bureaucratic Corruption (Ting Gong, Sunny L. Yang)
Governing by Silos (Ian Scott)
Patronage and Public Administration (B. Guy Peters, Conrado Ramos Larraburu)
Policy Integration: Challenges for Public Administration (Christina Steinbacher, Yves Steinebach)
Public Administration and Development (Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira)
Public Service Motivation in Public Administrations (Wouter Vandenabeele, Carina Schott)
The Organizational Basis for Public Governance (Morten Egeberg, Jarle Trondal)