Explaining the tenure of local government managers

Feiock, Richard C.; Stream, Christopher
January 1998
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Jan98, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p117
Academic Journal
Presents the results of a study which tested a model of manager turnover in local governments in the United States that includes community characteristics and institutional arrangements. Overview of executive turnover in local government; Institutional context of local public management; Tenure and termination of managers; Employment arrangements for managers.


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