Administrative Theory: An Analysis


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Administrative Theory: An Analysis
Policy versus Administration
1. Wilson viewed the administration of public policy as a complex process influenced by a variety of interrelated factors. Politics plays a role in the administration of public policy in a number of significant ways, primarily through the appointment of department and agency heads by executive branch leaders at the federal, state, and municipal levels. These executive branch leaders are elected officials who campaign for office in accordance with the political views they hold and attain office through the support of political parties.
Fry and Raadschelders (2008) note that consequently, politics has a significant influence on who these elected officials select to administer...
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