David Harry Rosenbloom

American University
Department of Public Administration and Policy

Department of Public Administration and Policy
American Univesity
Washington , D.C.
USA
20016-8070
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- Intellectual history of U.S. public administration - The problem of mission extrinsic public values in contemporary performance oriented public management - Public administration and law -Administrative law and theory

Citation:
Rosenbloom, David, Robert Kravchuk, and Richard Clerkin. 2015. Public Administration: Understanding Management, Politics, and Law in the Public Sector. 8th ed. NY: McGraw Hill.
Abstract: A comprehensive introductory public administration text. Fourth ed. ranked fifth most influential public administration book published in 1990-2010. Develops framework for analyzing public administration through lenses of management, politics/policy, and law.
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Rosenbloom, David. Federal Service and the Constitution, second ed. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2014.
Abstract: A history of the constitutional rights of federal employees showing how changing conceptions of federal employment are associated with changes in the relevant constitutional law.
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Rosenbloom, David. Administrative Law for Public Managers, second ed. Boulder, CO: Westview, 2014.
Abstract: An explication of U.S. federal law for MPA students and public managers.
Citation:
Rosenbloom, David. 1983. "Public Administrative Theory and the Separation of Powers." Public Administration Review 43: 219-227.
Abstract: A framework for macro-public administration positing that there are three dominant perspectives that historically and contemporaneously frame the field: management, politics, and law. Each is related to a constitutional/governmental function: execution, legislation, and adjudication. Each has different values which leads to disparate views of individuals, cognition, decisionmaking, budgeting, organization, human resource management, and other public administrative operations.
Citation:
Rosenbloom, David, Rosemary O'Leary, and Joshua Chanin. 2010. Public Administration and Law 3rd ed. Boca Raton: CRC/Taylor & Francis.
Abstract: The administrative, environmental, and constitutional law of public administrative practice in the U.S.

Substantive Focus:
Law and Policy PRIMARY
Governance SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History PRIMARY
Policy Process Theory SECONDARY

Keywords

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION MISSION EXTRINSIC PUBLIC VALUES ADMINISTRATIVE LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIVE THEORY REPRESENTATIVE BUREAUCRACY PUBLIC SECTOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT