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Rewards at the Top: A Comparative Study of High Public Office - Sage Modern Politics Series (Hardback)
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Rewards at the Top: A Comparative Study of High Public Office - Sage Modern Politics Series (Hardback)

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Hardback 256 Pages / Published: 24/02/1994
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This volume examines how those at the top in public life are rewarded. Contributors look at contemporary experience in Europe and the United States and examine: How much public officials are paid in different countries; who decides their reward and how they decide; how reward structures interact with career patterns; and how variations are to be explained.

Rewards at the Top provides a thorough and comprehensive analysis of this important topic and makes fascinating reading.

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9780803977426
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 499 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 25 mm


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`Excellent reading for anyone with an interest in the structuring of high public office' - International Review of Administrative Sciences

`This book is the outcome of ECPR collaboration and in many ways reflects the best in comparative research - a little-studied subject studied from a number of national and cultural perspectives with interesting academic and political outcomes' - Crime, Law and Social Change

`The authors strike an engaging and debated vein with their new publication. This 13-chapter anthology deals with how the layers of public life are rewarded. The most advantageous approach for a study of this kind is a comparative study, and the authors have made an effort, both in depth and width, to create a volume which goes beyond the mere essays.... this publication has all the prerequisites for briskly attracting a broad readership and will add firepower to the debate about how much is (too) much' - Political Studies

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