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Supply-Side Management in the Reagan Administration
James D. Carroll, A. Lee Fritschler and Bruce L. R. Smith
Public Administration Review
Vol. 45, No. 6 (Nov. - Dec., 1985), pp. 805-814
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/975355
Page Count: 10
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The Reagan administration has pursued a supply-side management approach that is the logical correlate of supply-side economics. This approach has dominated decisions on budgeting and financial management, regulation, information policy, procurement, personnel, and program management. Supply-side management theory sprang from a public mood that had grown suspicious of process values and saw the federal government as an enterprise devoted to the goal of sustaining itself. Supply-side management has brought to the forefront a renewed emphasis on governmental performance, a potentially lasting legacy, but has failed in other ways.
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