George Washington’s Precedents

The Institutional Legacy of the American Republic’s Founding Public Administrator

As the founding president of a new republic, which he called an “experiment” in government, George Washington was keenly aware of the importance of “precedents” in shaping “institutions.” Following the recommendation of Herbert Simon (1947) who believed that administrative theory should be based on...

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Volume: 47
Main Author: Cook, Scott A
Klay, William Earle
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Trade
Place of publication: Los Angeles, CA SAGE Publications 01.01.2015
SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
Sage Publications, Inc
published in: Administration & society Vol. 47; no. 1; pp. 75 - 95
Related: Washington, George (American president)
Data of publication: 20150100
ISSN: 0095-3997
1552-3039
EISSN: 1552-3039
Discipline: Government
Political Science
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Online Access: Fulltext
Database: Web of Knowledge
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