Table of contents for The values of bureaucracy / edited by Paul du Gay.

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Part 1: The Politics of Bureaucracy
1. The Bureau as unit of Governance 3
Charles T. Goodsell
2. Bureaucracy and Liberty: State, Authority, and Freedom 27
Paul du Gay
3. Bureaucracy and the Controversy between Liberal Interventionism and Non-Interventionism 49
Thomas Armbrüster
Part 2: The End of Bureaucracy?
4. Bureaucracy at Work: Misunderstandings and Mixed Blessings 75
Paul Thompson and Mats Alvesson
5. Beyond the Iron Cage?: Bureaucracy and Democracy in the Knowledge Economy and Society 101
Michael Reed
6. Bureaucracy and Beyond: Managers and Leaders in the 'Post-Bureaucratic' Organization 127
Graeme Salaman
Part 3: Bureaucracy and Public Management
7. A Service to the Public: The Containment of Ethical and Moral Conflicts by Public Bureaucracies 153
Paul Hoggett
8. Bending Bureaucracy: Leadership and Multi-Level Governance 177
Janet Newman
9. Performing for the Public: Doubt, Desire, and the Evaluation of Public Services 197
John Clarke
10. What is Best 'Value'? Bureaucracy, Virtualism, and Local Governance 219
Daniel Miller
Part 4: Bureaucracy and Civil Society
11. Gender Equity-A Bureaucratic Enterprise? 243
Yvonne Due Billing
12. Bureaucracy, Open Access, and Social Pluralism: Returning the Common to the Goose 267
Antonino Palumbo and Alan Scott
13. The Popularity of Bureaucracy: Involvement in Voluntary Associations 295
Mike Savage

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Organizational change.