Category : Government
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2012
The Oil Curse: How Petroleum Wealth Shapes the Development of Nations.  Michael L. Ross (Prof of Pol Sci, UCLA).  Princeton NJ: Princeton U Press, March 2012 / 296p / $29.95.
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Government Agencies: Practices and Lessons from 30 Countries (Public Sector Organizations).  Edited by Koen Verhoest (Associate Prof, Public Management Institute, Catholic U of Leuven, Belgium), Sandra Van Thiel (Associate Prof, Erasmus U Rotterdam), Geert Bouckaert (Director, Public Managem.  NY & UK: Palgrave Macmillan, Jan 2012 / 496p / $50.00 pb.
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Paradigm-breaking books.Free Market Fairness.  John Tomasi (Prof of Pol Sci, Brown U; research associate U of Arizona Freedom Center).  Princeton NJ: Princeton U Press, March 2012 / 368p / $35.00.
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Environmental and Health Regulation in the United States and the European Union: Protecting Public and Planet.  Mitchell P. Smith (Assoc Prof of Pol Sci, U of Oklahoma).  NY & UK: Palgrave Macmillan, March 2012 / 208p / $85.00.
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Open Budgets: The Political Economy of Transparency, Participation, and Accountability.  Edited by Sanjeev Khagram (Prof of Public Affairs, U of Washington), Archon Fung (Prof of Democracy and Citizenship, Harvard U), and Paolo de Renzio (senior research fellow, International Budget Partn.  Washington: Brookings Institution Press and Harvard Kennedy School of Government, July 2012 / 275p / $29.95 pb.
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Agents of Change: Strategy and Tactics for Social Innovation.  Sanderijn Cels (research associate, MIT-Harvard Public Disputes program), Jorrit de Jong (senior fellow, Harvard Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation), and Frans Nauta (Prof of Public Secto.  Washington: Brookings Institution Press and Harvard Kennedy School of Government, April 2012 / 275p / $28.90 pb.
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The Failure of Judges and the Rise of Regulators.  Andrei Shleifer (Prof of Economics, Harvard U).  Cambridge MA: MIT Press, Feb 2012 / 352p / $40.00.
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As Texas Goes… How the Lone Star State Hijacked the American Agenda.  Gail Collins (national columnist, New York Times).  NY: Liveright/W. W. Norton, June 2012 / 256p / $25.95.
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Dollarocracy: How Billionaires Are Buying Our Democracy and What We Can Do About It.  John Nichols (Madison WI; Associate Editor, Capital Times; contributor, The Progressive), and Robert McChesney (Prof of Communication, U of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).  NY: Nation Books (dist by Basic Books), May 2012 / 0p / $25.99.
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Unconvinced: How Politics Lost the American People.  Drew Westen (Atlanta; founder, Westen Strategies consultants).  NY: Public Affairs, July 2012 / 384p / $27.99.
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