Rethinking citizenship in public administration: one more look in a series

Eran Vigoda-Gadot, Robert T. Golembiewski

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A recent book titled Citizenship and Management in Public Administration (Vigoda-Gadot & Cohen, 2004) focused on an interesting collection of studies and some new insights into the nexus between citizenship and management in the public sector. The book has highlighted several questions including (1) Why should we study the meaning and interrelations of citizenship in public organizations and in the bureaucratic landscape? (2) What layers of citizenship can be identified and how can they be related with modern worksites? (3) What are the theoretical and conceptual foundations of the citizenship-management integration, and how useful is it for a better understanding of our modern administrative systems, governance, and life quality in democratic cultures? and (4) What, if at all, are the practical implications of these relationships at multiple-levels—the individual, group, organizational, system, and even state levels?
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCurrent Topics in Management (Vol. 10)
EditorsM.A. Rahim, R.T. Golembiewski
Place of PublicationNew Brunswick
PublisherTransaction Publishers
Number of pages22
StatePublished - 2005


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