Public Service and Good Governance for the Twenty-First Century

 
 
University of Pennsylvania Press
  • erschienen am 1. Mai 2020
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  • 312 Seiten
 
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Expert analysis of American governance challenges and recommendations for reform

Two big ideas serve as the catalyst for the essays collected in this book. The first is the state of governance in the United States, which Americans variously perceive as broken, frustrating, and unresponsive. Editor James Perry observes in his Introduction that this perception is rooted in three simultaneous developments: government's failure to perform basic tasks that once were taken for granted, an accelerating pace of change that quickly makes past standards of performance antiquated, and a dearth of intellectual capital that generate the capacity to bridge the gulf between expectations and performance. The second idea hearkens back to the Progressive era, when Americans revealed themselves to be committed to better administration of their government at all levels-federal, state, and local.

These two ideas-the diminishing capacity for effective governance and Americans' expectations for reform-are veering in opposite directions. Contributors to Public Service and Good Governance for the Twenty-First Century explore these central ideas by addressing such questions as: what is the state of government today? Can future disruptions of governance and public service be anticipated? What forms of government will emerge from the past and what institutions and structures will be needed to meet future challenges? And lastly, and perhaps most importantly, what knowledge, skills, and abilities will need to be fostered for tomorrow's civil servants to lead and execute effectively?

Public Service and Good Governance for the Twenty-First Century offers recommendations for bending the trajectories of governance capacity and reform expectations toward convergence, including reversing the trend of administrative disinvestment, developing talent for public leadership through higher education, creating a federal civil service to meet future needs, and rebuilding bipartisanship so that the sweeping changes needed to restore good government become possible.

Contributors: Sheila Bair, William W. Bradley, John J. DiIulio, Jr., Angela Evans, Francis Fukuyama, Donald F. Kettl, Ramayya Krishnan, Paul C. Light, Shelley Metzenbaum, Norman J. Ornstein, James L. Perry, Norma M. Riccucci, Paul R. Verkuil, Paul A. Volcker.

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Edited by James L. Perry. Foreword by Paul A. Volcker

Contents

Foreword -Paul A. Volcker

Introduction -James L. Perry

Chapter 1. Catch-22 Government: Federal Performance in Peril -Paul C. Light

Part I. Disruptive Influences Chapter 2. Beyond the Financial Crisis: Regulators Confront New Challenges from Technological (R)evolution -Sheila Bair Chapter 3. Big Data, AI, and Algorithmic Platforms: Implications for Governing and Public Policy -Ramayya Krishnan Chapter 4. Political Disruption: Is America Headed Toward Uncontrollable Extremism or Partisan Goodwill? -Norman J. Ornstein

Part II. Emerging Government and Governance Chapter 5. The Intrinsic Functions of Government -Francis Fukuyama Chapter 6. Reframing American Institutions: A Look Ahead to Midcentury -Donald F. Kettl Chapter 7. Is Federal Public Service Reform Still Possible? Toward a "Volcker Rule" for Federal Contractors -John J. DiIulio Jr. Chapter 8. Good Government: Persistent Challenges, Smart Practices, and New Knowledge Needed -Shelley Metzenbaum

Part III. Public Service and Public Leaders Chapter 9. A Personal Reflection on the Importance of Public Service -William W. Bradley Chapter 10. Competencies of the Public Service in Challenging Regulatory Times -Paul R. Verkuil Chapter 11. Upending Public Policy Education -Angela Evans Chapter 12. The Emerging Public Leader: Characteristics, Opportunities, and Challenges -Norma M. Riccucci

List of Contributors Index Acknowledgments

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