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Public Entrepreneurs:
Agents for Change in American Government
Mark Schneider & Paul Teske with Michael Mintrom

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

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Ackowledgments
Pt. 1A Theory of the Public Entrepreneur1
Ch. 1Public Entrepreneurs as Agents of Change3
Ch. 2Bringing Back the Entrepreneur: Neoclassical Economic Models and the Role of the Entrepreneur17
Ch. 3The Functions of Political Entrepreneurs in the Local Market for Public Goods41
Pt. 2The Decision Calculus of the Public Entrepreneur61
Ch. 4The Market for Entrepreneurs63
Ch. 5The Emergence of Political Entrepreneurs81
Ch. 6Entrepreneurs, Policy Dimensions, and the Politics of Growth109
Ch. 7Entrepreneurial Challenges to the Status Quo: The Case of the Growth Machine128
Ch. 8Bureaucratic Entrepreneurs: The Case of City Managers147
Pt. 3The Milieux of the Public Entrepreneur169
Ch. 9The Business-Government Nexus in the Local Market for Entrepreneurs171
Ch. 10Entry, Voice, and Support for Entrepreneurs185
Pt. 4Entrepreneurs and Change in the Local Market for Public Goods211
Ch. 11Entrepreneurs and Change in the Local Market for Public Goods213
Notes223
Bibliography239
Index257

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