be the goal of administrators, but numerous elements thwart the realization of the dream. ... and the planning process, most of the factors noted in the prior chapter as limitations on the rationality of the decision maker also apply to the planner. ... In this case, the leadership must seek ways to overcome the eccentricity of individuals so that it will be possible to achieve what is best for the state. ... l2Otto Eckstein, Public Finance, Fourth Edition, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1979, p.
|Title||:||Administration in the Public Sector|
|Author||:||Harold F. Gortner|
|Publisher||:||New York : Wiley - 1981|