by Foresman and Company .
Written in English
|Statement||by M. T Dalby and M. S Werthman.|
|Contributions||Werthman, M S.|
This book examines 'dysborgs' (dysfunctional bureaucratic organizations) through the establishment of a theory of the dysborg and some of its theoretical antecedents, the study of conditions under which dysborgian elements recede in favor of functional bureaucracy, the reformulation of a theory of bureaucracy in academia, a study of the politics of bureaucracy in command economies, and an. The item Bureaucracy in historical perspective,, edited by Michael T. Dalby [and] Michael S. Werthman represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Brigham Young University. Empires and Bureaucracy in World History seeks answers to these fundamental problems in imperial studies by exploring the power and limits of bureaucracy. The book is pioneering in bringing together historians of antiquity and the Middle Ages with scholars of post-medieval European empires, while a genuinely world-historical perspective is 5/5(2). Empires and Bureaucracy in World History seeks answers to these fundamental problems in imperial studies by exploring the power and limits of bureaucracy. The book is pioneering in bringing together historians of antiquity and the Middle Ages with scholars of post-medieval European empires, while a genuinely world-historical perspective is.
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