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Bureaucrats, planters, and workers

the making of the tobacco monopoly in Bourbon Mexico

by Susan Deans-Smith

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Published by University of Texas Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico
    • Subjects:
    • Tobacco industry -- Mexico -- History -- 18th century,
    • Government monopolies -- Mexico -- History -- 18th century,
    • Tobacco workers -- Mexico -- History -- 18th century

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Susan Deans-Smith.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9144.M42 D43 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxi, 362 p. :
      Number of Pages362
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1549513M
      ISBN 10029270786X
      LC Control Number91029116

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With detailed quantitative data and rare material on the urban working poor of colonial Mexico, Bureaucrats, Planters, and Workers will be important reading for all students of social, economic, and labor history, especially of Mexico and Latin America.

Your guide to mental fitness. Author: Susan Deans-Smith. Bureaucrats, Planters, and Workers The Making of the Tobacco Monopoly in Bourbon Mexico By Susan Deans-Smith This comprehensive study of the tobacco monopoly illuminates many of the most important themes of eighteenth-century Mexican social and economic history, from issues of economic growth and the supply of agricultural credit to rural.

With detailed quantitative data and rare material on the urban working poor of colonial Mexico, Bureaucrats, Planters, and Workers will be important reading for all students of social, economic, and labor history, especially of Mexico and Latin : Susan Deans-Smith. Bureaucrats, Planters, and Workers: The Making of the Tobacco Monopoly in Bourbon Mexico - Kindle edition by Deans-Smith, Susan.

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Bureaucrats, planters, and workers: the making of the tobacco monopoly in Bourbon Mexico. [Susan Deans-Smith] -- A government monopoly provides an excellent case study of state-society relationships.

This is especially true of the tobacco monopoly in colonial Mexico, whose revenues in the later half of the. With detailed quantitative data and rare material on the urban working poor of colonial Mexico, Bureaucrats, Planters, and Workers will be important reading for all students of social, economic, and labor history, especially of Mexico and Latin America.

Bureaucrats, Planters, and Workers The Making of the ^Tobacco Monopoly in Bourbon Mexico^ by Susan Deans-Smith UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS, AUSTIN.

Contents Acknowledgments ix Introduction xii Parti 1. Monopoly, Tobacco, and Colonial Society 3 2. Monopoly Bureaucrats and Monopoly Finances: An Overview. Even though bureaucrats work at a variety of jobs, most are white-collar workers like secretaries, clerks, lawyers, inspectors, and engineers.

The number of federal employees per people in the United States population has actually decreased from over 14 per in the early s to a little over 10 per by the late s. Bureaucracy, specific form of organization defined by complexity, division of labor, permanence, professional management, hierarchical coordination and control, strict chain of command, and legal authority.

It is distinguished from informal and collegial organizations. The nature of street-level bureaucrats’ work and the pressures they face In order to explain the behaviour of street-level bureaucrats, it is important to understand the conditions under which they operate and the nature of their work.

Street-level bureaucrats typically face the following key challenges:. Inadequate resources. Start studying Chapters 10 and Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Bureaucratic politics approach, theoretical approach to public policy that emphasizes internal bargaining within the state.

The bureaucratic politics approach argues that policy outcomes result from a game of bargaining among a small, highly placed group of governmental actors. These actors come to the game with varying preferences, abilities, and positions of power. However, the country’s many bureaucrats or civil servants, the individuals who work in the bureaucracy, fill necessary and even instrumental roles in every area of government: from high-level positions in foreign affairs and intelligence collection agencies to clerks and staff in the smallest regulatory agencies.

They are hired, or sometimes. In Bring Back the Bureaucrats, John J. DiIulio Jr., one of America’s most respected political scientists and an adviser to presidents in both parties, summons the facts and statistics to show us how America’s big government actually works and why reforms that include adding a million more people to the federal workforce by might actually help to slow government’s growth while.

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Journals may take weeks to ship. Fayol saw this as a direct failure of management to plan and organize the work. Following this, Fayol began experimenting with different management structures.

He condensed his ideas and experiences into a set of management duties and principles, which he published in in the book General and Industrial Management. Fayol incorporated some.

The term “bureaucracy” is often associated with the notion of quiescent and scandalous corruption on the government’s part. Americans seem to have an easier time accepting and promoting the idea that bureaucrats are inactive yet overly paid, than believing the more realistic portrayal of hardworking individuals who are simply caught in the slow process of achieving change.

Street-level bureaucrats, through discretion and autonomy, are pivotal actors in shaping public policy. Street-level bureaucrats develop coping mechanisms to deal with their work environment which inadvertently affects the intent of the policies they are tasked to implement.

Street-level bureaucrats’ roles are dichotomized. Street-level bureaucrats are not so favored. Their work involves the built-in contradiction that, while expected to exercise discretion in response to individuals and individual cases, in practice they must process people in terms of routines, stereotypes, and other mechanisms that facilitate work tasks.

Workers defend these patterns.Books shelved as bureaucracy: Catch by Joseph Heller, The Trial by Franz Kafka, The Castle by Franz Kafka, The Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidi.A bureaucracy is a way of administratively organizing large numbers of people who need to work together.

Organizations in the public and private sector, including universities and governments, rely on bureaucracies to function. The term bureaucracy literally means “rule by desks or offices,” a definition that highlights the often impersonal character of bureaucracies.