Bold Aspirations Visitor and Lecture Series: H. George Frederickson

Thick Social Equity
In his Valedictory Lecture Series, Frederickson claims that the practices of modern public administration are far ahead of the development of theories that explain those practices. He therefore reopens and reconsiders core concepts and categories in public administration, including the growing importance of the public in public administration, the declining importance of government in public administration, and the urgent need to reconceptualize organization and management in public administration.
November 27, 2012
03:30 pm
Kansas Union, Malott Room
785.864.4904
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