Public management as interagency cooperation: Testing epistemic community theory at the domestic

Thomas, Craig W.
April 1997
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Apr97, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p221
Academic Journal
Explores the theoretical utility of using epistemic communities to explain organization learning and the evolution of cooperation among public agencies. Definition of the concept of epistemic communities; Problem of coordination in public administration and the potential for cooperation among public managers; Ecological epistemic community.


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