Street-Level Bureaucrat

Used for the first time in 1980 by Michael Lipsky, the expression street-level bureaucracy indicates the public services whose agents, called street-level bureaucrats, are in direct relation with the public (teachers, police officers, legal aid lawyers, social workers, agents of ...

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