Social Philosophy and Policy 38 (1):1-5 (2021)

Mario Juarez-Garcia
University of Arizona
David Schmidtz
University of Arizona
There has always been a tension, in theory, between the public accountability and the professional efficiency of the agencies of the administrative state. How has that tension been handled? What would it be like for it to be well handled?
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