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by Aaron B. Wildavsky

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ISBN:
0803915829
Author:
Aaron B. Wildavsky
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Social Sciences
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English
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SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (March 1, 1981)
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The Politics of Mistrust: Estimating American Oil and Gas Resources. By Aaron Wildavsky and Ellen Tenenbaum. Beverly Hills, Calif. Sage Publications, 1981.

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His book Politics of the Budgetary Process was named by the American Society for Public Administration as the third most influential work in public administration in the last fifty years. Wildavsky was a prolific author, writing or co-writing thirty-nine books and numerous journal articles, including important works on the budgetary process, policy analysis, political culture, foreign affairs, public administration, and comparative government.

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Wildavsky was a prolific author, writing or co-writing thirty-nine books and numerous journal articles, including important works on the budgetary process, policy analysis, political culture, foreign affairs, public administration, and comparative government. Five more books were published g the total to forty-four  .

Aaron Wildavsky (1930–1993) American political scientist. 4 Theory of dual presidency. 5 Select publications. Aaron Wildavsky (May 31, 1930 – September 4, 1993) was an American political scientist known for his pioneering work in public policy, government budgeting, and risk management. Risk and Culture: An Essay on the Selection of Technical and Environmental Dangers.

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′These chapters are excellent though not definitive interpretations of the history they selectively cover. They offer fresh, insightful, plausible interpretaions of the events and processes they describe. For this reason alone, this book deserves the serious attention of anyone interested in understanding how energy policy got where it is today, understood in terms of players, perspectives, and social epistemology. Its contribution as a study about the persistence of policy conflict under conditions of distrust among the major players is also solid enough because these conditions and consequences are made so arrestingly clear.′ -- Policy Sciences Volume 14, Number 3, June 1982