2 edition of Developing local governance networks in Europe found in the catalog.
Developing local governance networks in Europe
|Statement||[edited by] Tony Bovaird, Elke Löffler, Salvador Parrado-Diez.|
|Series||Local governance in Europe ;, v. 1|
|Contributions||Bovaird, A. G., Löffler, Elke., Parrado-Díez, Salvador.|
|LC Classifications||JS3000 .D48 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||250 p. :|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||2002501997|
Over the past three decades the developing world has seen increasing devolution of political and economic power to local governments. Decentralization is considered an important element of participatory democracy and, along with privatization and deregulation, represents a substantial reduction in the authority of national governments over economic policy. At the book's core is the perceived transition from local government to local governance. The book traces this key development thematically across a wide range of West European states including: Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Meaning. The tendency to discuss cultural governance rather than policy corresponds to the broader shift from government to governance, with the emphasis shifting from state policymakers to include the influence of civil society organizations and the private sector.A broad interpretation of "governance" could also include government policies outside the scope of cultural policy which. The book contains the foundation for a manual on policy entrepreneurship in international development. Global Knowledge Networks and International Development will interest students, researchers and policy-makers concerned with global policy, knowledge utilisation, global governance and development.
A Developing Connection: Bridging the Policy Gap between the Information primarily focused on applications and policy frameworks within Europe and North America. Key areas of convergence identified in these regions include poli- policy and practice require the establishment of networks of relationships, which. Divided into five parts, the book examines: Theoretical underpinnings of the concept of governance, especially competing perspectives from Europe and the US Governance of inter-organizational partnerships and contractual relationships Governance of policy networks Lessons learned and future directions Under the steely editorship of Stephen.
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Part I: Network Management as a Central Local Governance Issue 1 Emerging Practices in Network Management at Local Levels in Europe Tony Bovaird, Elke Loffler and Salvador Parrado-Diez 9 2 Aims, Approach and Structure of the Book Tony Bovaird, Elke Loffler and Salvador Parrado-Diez Autorías: Tony Bovaird, Elke Löffler, Salvador Parrado Díez.
Editor: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft. Año de publicación: Libro en Dialnet. Developing Local Governance Networks in Europe. Local Governance in Europe, Bd. 1 (1st Edition) by A. Bovaird, Elke Löffler, Salvador Parrado-Díez, Loffler Bovaird Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Governance Networks in the Public Sector is an essential text for advanced students of public management, public administration, public policy and political science, and for public managers and.
7 Preface This book on Developing Local Governance Networks in Europe is the first of a new series from Nomos Publishers on Local Governance in series aims to present stimulating and.
Local governance in developing countries (English) Abstract. This book develops a comparative institutional framework for responsive, responsible, and accountable governance in developing countries. It provides a synthesis of analytical literature on local governance. It. Governance of policy networks Lessons learned and future directions Under the steely editorship of Stephen Osborne and with contributions from leading academics including Owen Hughes, John M.
Bryson, Don Kettl, Guy Peters and Carsten Greve, this book will be of particular interest to researchers and students of public administration, public. This book develops a comparative institutional framework for responsive, responsible, and accountable governance in developing countries.
It provides a synthesis of analytical literature on local governance. It traces the historical evolution of local governance and presents a stylized view of alternative models of local governance practiced in.
Local governance in developing countries / edited by Anwar Shah. – (Public sector governance and accountability series) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN ISBN 1. Local ﬁnance–Developing countries. Local government–Developing countries. Finance, Public–Developing.
Wayenberg, Ellen, and Trui Steen. “The Impact of the Flemish Social Welfare ‘Covenant’ on Local Governance in Leuven.” In Developing Local Governance Networks in Europe, ed. Tony Bovaird, Elke Loffler, and Salvador Parrado-Diez, –Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.
governance processes. Based on the perceptions of experts within each country, governance assessments were undertaken in 16 developing and transitional societies, representing 51 per cent of the world™s population.
The aim of the World Governance Survey (WGS) was to generate new, systematic data on governance processes. Social Audit of Local Governance (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Social Audit of Governance and Delivery of Public Services (Pakistan) Local Governance Self-Assessment (Bangladesh) Governance for Local Development Index - GOFORDEV Index (Philippines) Assessments Informing Performance Based Grant Systems (UNCDF) Local Government, Local Governance and Sustainable Development Getting the Parameters Right Introduction SinceSouth Africa has experienced a steep learning curve with regard to institutional design in general, and local government in particular.
When the transition to democracy took place, South Africa inherited a dysfunctional local govern. in fifteen local democracies in Europe (Delft: Eburon) Bovaird – Löffler – Parrado () Developing Local Governance Networks in Europe (Baden – Baden: Nomos) Joumard, I.
– Giorno, C. “Getting the Most of Public Sector Decentralisation in Spain” OECD, Economic Department Working Paper nº “Developing Adaptation Policy and Practice in Europe: Multi-level Governance of Climate Change” targets the development of adaptation policy in European countries with different relations between central, regional and local government, asking how adaptation policy at different levels has emerged.
emphasized as key factors in the determination of future economic assistance for Africa. The Development Advisory Committee of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is on record in support of "participatory development," which includes democratization, improved governance, and human rights.
The experiences of ten developing/transition economies are reviewed to draw lessons of general interest in strengthening responsive, responsible, and accountable local governance.
The book is written in simple user friendly language to facilitate a wider readership by policy makers and practitioners in addition to students and scholars of Format: Paperback. The Re-ordering of Governance and European Integration: A Framework for Analysis --Structuring Policy Networks: Sub-national Government in Germany, Ireland and Britain --Managing Policy Networks: Central Government Approaches to Regional Development in Germany, Ireland and Britain --Case Study: Thuringen, Germany --Case Study: Limerick, Ireland.
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This book develops a comparative institutional framework for responsive, responsible, and accountable governance in developing countries.
It provides a synthesis of analytical literature on local governance. It traces the historical evolution of local governance and presents a stylized view of alternative models of local governance practiced in various countries.
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