Senior-level public administrators provide a very unpublic, anonymous form of political leadership within their sector of the political system. They privately give one another (and often politicians in the governmental or legislative sectors) a lead by selling proposals for administrative policies, government policies or legislative bills. Although administrators’ proposals are normally motivated by careerism and are merely adaptive responses, on some occasions they are entrepreneurialstyle, pioneering proposals.
KeywordsPolicy Entrepreneur Tennessee Valley Authority Creative Response Administrative Tool Administrative Sector
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