Public Administration and Law has been edited for use as a supplement for an undergraduate or MPA level course on administrative law. The selections, all from the pages of Public Administration Review, have been chosen to enlighten and enliven the contents of any standard administrative law textbook. Each of the book's main sections begins with introductory text and discussion questions by the volume editors, Julia Beckett and Heidi Koenig, followed by relevant readings from PAR. The book's contents follow the standard pattern established by the field's major textbooks to facilitate the instructor's ability to assign readings that illuminate lectures and text material. The book concludes with two invaluable resources - a bibliography of 65 years of PAR articles concerning public law, plus a bibliography of law-related articles appearing in other journals published by ASPA.
Table of Contents
List of Tables, Figures, and Boxes; Introduction; The Field of Public Administration and Public Law; Part 1. A Government Under Law; 1. Public Administration Theory and Separation of Powers, David H. Rosenbloom; 2. Public Administration, Executive Power and Constitutional Confusion, John A. Rohr; 3. Response to John Rohr, Rosemary O'Leary; 4. City Managers and City Attorneys: Associates or Adversaries? Doyle W. Buckwalter and J. Ivan Legler; 5. Retrofitting the Administrative State to the Constitution: Congress and the Judiciary's Twentieth Century Progress, David H. Rosenbloom; Part 2. The Relationships Between Courts and Administrators; 6. Trash Talk: The Supreme Court and the Interstate Transportation of Waste, Rosemary O'Leary; 7. Free Speech: Government Employees and Government Contractors, Heidi O. Koenig; 8. Judicial Law Making and Administration, Roger C. Cramton; 9. The Politics of Partnership, R. Shep Melnick; 10. Conflict or Constructive Tension: The Changing Relationship of Judges and Administrators, Phillip J. Cooper; Part 3. Government Operations and Administrative Law; 11. The Politics of Administrative Rulemaking, William West; 12. Who Is "Due" Process? Barbara S. Grumet; 13. Making Bureaucrats Responsive: A Study on the Impact of Citizen Participation and Staff Recommendations on Regulatory Decision Making, Judy B. Rosener; 14. Managing the Freedom of Information Act and Federal Information Policy, Lotte E. Feinberg; Part 4. Administrators and Conflict Resolution; 15. Root Dynamics of Alternative Dispute Resolution: An Illustrative Case in the U.S. Postal Service, David Carnevale; 16. ADR and Administrative Responsiveness: Challenges for Public Administrators, Nancy J. Manring; 17. A Conflict Resolution Approach to Public Administration, Zhiyong Lan; Part 5. The Role of Law in Public Administration; 18. Public Administration and Social Equity, H. George Frederickson; 19. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: The Dissolution of Judicial Supervision of Public Services, Charles R. Wise and Rosemary O'Leary; 20. Rediscovering Principles of Public Administration: The Neglected Foundation of Public Law, Ronald C. Moe and Robert S. Gilmour; About the Editors; Index