Public Governance (SAGE Library of Political Science)

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The SAGE Library of Political Science is a new series of major works that will bring together the articles that have been most influential in shaping the discipline. Each multi-volume set will present a collection of field-defining published works, both classical and contemporary, sourced from the foremost publications in the discipline by an internationally renowned Editor or Editorial Team. They will also include a full introduction, presenting a rationale for the selection and mapping out the past, present and likely future of each area.
The Series will cover both the key approaches to studying the discipline and the primary sub-fields that form the focus of political scientists' work.
The language of public governance referring to changes in the nature and the role of the state has arisen to prominence in the last twenty years across the social, political and economic sciences. 'Public Governance' has also become a major topic of concern for political and non-profit actors, as evidenced, for example, by its role in shaping the lending criteria of institutions such as the World Bank.
A vast literature encompassing contributions derived from many of the leading theories in the contemporary social sciences, including rational choice, institutionalism, functionalism, systems theory and interpretive approaches can be found across a large range of journals severing different academic disciplines. This four volume set is the first to collect the most significant and insightful articles into a single volume set.
Together the volumes:
- elucidate and explain many new trends of public sector reform at the state and local levels, including multi-level governance, new public management, networks, and partnerships.
- explore these trends and others across many of today's most important areas of policy, such as urban regeneration, the environment, and e-governance.
- illustrate ethical and political questions about good governance: how might we rethink accountability, social inclusion, and democracy given these extensive changes in political organizations?
Volume 1: Theories of Governance
Volume 2: Public Sector Reform
Volume 3: Public Policy
Volume 4: Good Governance
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ISBN-13: 9781412921459
ISBN-10: 1412921457
Pagini: 1736
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 114 mm
Greutate: 0.00 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Library of Political Science

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom


The New Governance - R A W Rhodes
Governing without Government
Globalization and Public Administration - A Farazmand
The Tragedy of the Commons - Garrett Hardin
Transaction-Cost Economics - O Williamson
The Governance of Contractural Relations
Understanding Urban Governance - K Dowding, P Dunleavy, D King, H Margetts and Y Rydin
The Contribution of Rational Choice
The New Institutionalism - J March and J Olson
Organisational Factors in Political Life
Co-Ordination in Hierarchies and Networks - F Scharpf
Understanding NHS Reform - I Greener
The Policy-Transfer, Social Learning and Path-Dependency Perspectives
The Regulation Approach - B Jessop
Implications for Political Theory
Governance and Meta-Governance - B Jessop
On Reflexivity, Requisite Variety and Requisite Irony
Neoliberalizing Space - J Peck and J Tickell
The Autopoiesis of Administrative Systems - M Brans and S Rossbach
Niklas Luhmann on Public Administration and Public Policy
Self-Governance as a Mode of Societal Governance - J Kooiman and M van Vliet
Societal Governance - J Kooiman
Levels, Modes and Orders of Political Interaction
Governance and Interpretation - Mark Bevir
What are the Implications of Postfoundationalism?
A Decentered Theory of Governance - Mark Bevir
Governing 'Advanced' Liberal Democracies - Nikolas Rose
Overload - A King
Problems of Governing in the 1980s
Reshaping the State - V Wright
The Implications for Public Administration
The Myth of the Bureaucratic Paradigm - L E Lynn
What Traditional Public Administration Really Stood For
A Public Management for all Seasons - Christopher Hood
The Paradoxes of Administrative Reform - Vincent Wright
Going Privately - D Grimshaw, S Vincent and H Willmott
Partnership and Outsourcing in UK Public Services
Administrative Leadership, Neo-Managerialism and the Public Management Movement - Larry D Terry
The Global Revolution in Public Management - D Kettl
Driving Themes, Missing Links
The Networked Polity - Chris Ansell
Regional Development in Western Europe
Treating Networks Seriously - L O'Toole
Practical and Research-Based Agendas in Public Administration
The Dynamics of Multi-Organizational Partnerships - Vivien Lowndes and Chris Skelcher
An Analysis of Changing Modes of Governance
Public-Private Partnerships - T Bovaird
From Contested Concepts to Prevalent Practice
The Open-Method as a New Mode of Governance - D Hodson and I Maher
The Case of Soft Economic Policy Co-Ordination
Governance at Ground Level - Mark Considine and J M Lewis
The Frontline Bureaucrat in the Age of Markets and Networks
Governance, Democracy and Development in the Third World - A Leftwich
Decentralization, Local Governance and 'Recentralization' in Africa - J S Wunsch
Aid Dependence and the Quality of Governance - S Knack
Cross-Country Empirical Tests
The Science of Muddling Through - C Lindblom
Community-Owned Government - D Osborne and T Gaebler
Empowering Rather Than Serving
Politicians and Bureaucrats in the Process of Governing - B G Peters
The Challenge of Collaborative Governance - Chris Huxham
The New Public Service - R B Denhardt and J V Denhardt
Serving Rather Than Steering
Managing in Network Settings - R Agranoff and M McGuire
Managing Public-Private Partnerships - E-H Klijn and G Teisman
From Marketization to Diplomacy - R Rhodes
It's the Mix that Matters
From the Positive to the Regulatory State - G Majone
Causes and Consequences of Changes on the Mode of Governance
Regulation of Government - C Hood, O James and C Scott
Has it Increased, Is it Increasing, Should it Be Diminished?
Neoliberalizing Nature? - K Bakker
Market Environmentalism in Water Supply in England and Wales
Policy Learning
Evaluation, Policy Learning and Evidence-Based Policy Making - I Sanderson
Social Benchmarking, Policy Making and the New Governance in the EU - C de la Porte, P Poched and G Room
Persistence of National Policy Styles - F van Waarden
A Study of Their Institutional Foundations
Policy Analysis and Planning - J Dryzek
From Science to Argument
Beyond Dialogue to Transformative Learning - J Forester
How Deliberative Rituals Encourage Political Judgement in Community Planning Processes
The Everyday Maker - H Bang and E Sørensen
A New Challenge to Democratic Governance
Governance in a Partially Globalized World - R Keohane
'Good Governance' - M Doornbos
The Rise and Decline of a Policy Metaphor
Governance, the World Bank and Liberal Theory - D Williams and T Young
Good Enough Governance - M S Grindle
Poverty Reduction and Reform in Developing Countries
The Political Theory of Reinvention - L deLeon and R Denhardt
The Diminishing Publicness of Public Service under the Current Mode of Governance - M Haque
From Responsiveness to Collaboration - E Vigoda
Governance, Citizens and the Next Generation of Public Administration
Nonmajoritarian Institutions and the Limits of Democratic Governance - G Majone
A Political Transaction-Cost Approach
The End of the Line? - Mark Considine
Accountable Governance in the Age of Networks, Partnerships and Joined-Up Services
Public and Private Partnerships - M Minow
Accounting for the New Religion
Legitimizing the EU - C Lord and D Beetham
Is There a 'Post-Parliamentary Basis for its Legitimation
In Defence of the Democratic Deficit - Andrew Moravcsik
Reassessing Legitimacy in the European Union
Bowling Alone - R Putnam
America's Declining Social Capital
Rediscovering Civil Society - K Armstrong
The European Union and the White Paper on Governance
Tackling Social Exclusion in the European Union? - M Geddes
The Limits to the New Orthodoxy of Local Partnership
Deepening Democracy - A Fung and E O Wright
Innovations in Empowered Participatory Governance
Democratic Governance - Mark Bevir
Systems and Radical Perspectives
Other Domains of Democratic Theory - D Slater
Space, Power and the Politics of Democratization