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Public Administration Review
In this response to Light, Koppell argues that the increasing frequency of reform may reflect Congress's inability to make significant changes to the substance of entrenched government programs. Moreover, he observes that the more profound evolution in government has been the movement toward the market-based provision of services, which has created a demand for new competencies in the public sector.
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Koppell, Jonathan G.S., "Reform in Lieu of Change: Tastes Great, Less Filling" (2006). Publications from President Jonathan G.S. Koppell. 1.
Koppell, Jonathan. "Reform in lieu of change: Tastes great, less filling." Public Administration Review 66, no. 1 (2006): 20-23. Harvard
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