Bureaucracy and policy implementation
Summary: Based on the autobiography of New Zealand's author Janet Frame, it traces her poor childhood in the depression and her growing fascination with literature. Her students days were painful, followed by her shock treatment for her misdiagnosed schizophrenia. Finally, her achievement of international fame and her bohemia life in Europe.
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Bureaucracy bureaucrats and implementation
Federalism policy types and implementation
The implementation of distributive programs
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