- Title Pages
- 1 <b>Introducing Public Service Bargains</b>
- 2 <b>Trustee‐Type Public Service Bargains</b>
- 3 <b>Agency‐Type Public Service Bargains</b>
- 4 <b>Reward in Public Service Bargains: Pyramids, <i>Noblesse Oblige</i>, Turkey Races, and Lotteries of Life</b>
- 5 <b>Competency in Public Service Bargains: Wonks, Sages, Deliverers, and Go‐Betweens</b>
- 6 <b>Loyalty and Responsibility in Public Service Bargains: Judges, Partners, Executives, and Jesters</b>
- 7 <b>Putting the Pieces Together</b>
- 8 <b>How Public Service Bargains Change and Fall</b>
- 9 <b>Public Service Managerialism and Public Service Bargains: Control, Blame Avoidance, and Cheating</b>
- 10 <b>Conclusion</b>
- Appendix 1 Sources and Indicators for Table 1.1
- Appendix 2 Interviewees Cited
- The Politics of Public Service Bargains
- Oxford University Press
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