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|Title||Rationality and irrationality of Max Weber’s bureaucracies|
Abstract Beginning with Max Weber, bureaucracies have been regarded as mechanisms that rationalize authority and decisionmaking in society. Yet subsequent theorists have questioned the rationality of bureaucracies. The article discusses which features of modern-day public bureaucracies are rational and which are not. The argument of the article is founded on citations from public organization and public administration theories.
|Published in||International Journal of Marketing & Business Studies|
|Series||Volume: 1, Number: 4|
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