Subject:
Government
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Level:
Community College / Lower Division, College / Upper Division
Provider:
Rice University
Tags:
Congressional Executive Agreement, Negotiated Rulemaking, Merit System, Cold War, Entitlement, Tax Policy, Bureaucrats, Top-down Implementation, Hard Power, United Nations (UN), Monopolistic Model, Policy Advocates, Deficit, Neo-isolationism, Civil Servants, Policy Analysts, Two Presidencies Thesis, Soft Power, Liberal Internationalism, Bottom-up Implementation, Discretionary Spending, Privatization, Balance of Power, Whistleblower, Selective Engagement, Spoils System, Regulatory Policy, Sole Executive Agreement, Isolationism, Free Trade, Regressive Tax, Medicaid, Congressional Budget Office, Mandatory Spending, Pay Schedule, Political Patronage, Debt, Foreign Policymaking, Bureaucracy, Balance of Trade, Libertarianism, Free-market Economics, Progressive Tax, Treaty, Recession, Civil Service, Medicare, Government Corporation, Containment, Foreign Policy, Public Policy, Civil Service Commission, Red Tape, Supply-side Economics, Redistributive Policy, Social Security, Neo-conservatism, <emphasis Effect="italics">laissez-faire</emphasis>, Public Administration, Diplomacy, Budget Policy, Excise Tax Keynesian Economics, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Weberian Model, Domestic Policy, Acquisitive Model, Merit-based Civil Service, Distributive Policy, Safety Net, Protectionism
License:
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0