D

… return to Concepts

Core concepts and terms

Davis-Moore Hypothesis

Deadlining

Deadweight Loss

Dealing with Ambiguity

Dealing with Difficult People

Dealing with Uncertainty

Decentralization

Decline of Deference

Deep Policy Reform vs. Normal Policy Making

Deglobalization

Delegation Matrix

Delegation of Authority

Delgamuukw Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, 1997

Deliberative Model of Democracy

Deliverology

Delivery Chain

Demand Curve

Demand Curve Shifts

 

Democracy

Democratic Deficit

Deontological Ethics

Department of Finance

Dependability

Derived Demand

Determining Sources of Complexity

Determining the Nature of the Leadership Challenge

Determining Who Is Us (Our People)

Developers, Citizens, and Local Government

Developing an Action Plan

Developing Mission and Vision Statements

Developing Resilience

Developing Successful Strategies

 

Digital Government and e-Government

Diminishing Returns

Direct Spending

Dirty Hands

Discount Rate

Discrimination

Distribution of Powers

Distributions

Diversity and Equality

Division of Knowledge

Division of Labour

Doing Nothing as a Policy Instrument

Downs’ Typology of Officials

Due Diligence

Dunn’s Four-stage Process of Communicating Policy-relevant Knowledge

Duty to Accommodate

Dynamic Efficiency

Dynamic Resource Reallocation

 

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