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The Rise of Interactive Governance and Quasi-Markets

Опубликовано на портале: 14-06-2007
Изд-во: Springer, 2004, cерия "Library of Public Policy and Public Administration", 8, 292 с.
This volume fills this gap and presents case studies - particularly in consensus democracies such as the Netherlands, Flanders, and Germany but also in majoritarian democracies such as the UK and Canada - that describe and analyze the impact of the changing role of government, and focus on the introduction of interactive governance and the introduction of quasi-markets. The chapters explore how new forms of governance combine with the traditional institutions and processes of public decision making


Introduction: The emergence of new forms of governance

  1. Does interactive decision making work? Expanding Rotterdam Port
  2. Power to the people? Rule configurations and power games in interactive governance
  3. Interactive policy making as institutional design for local democracy: The experiments of the institute for public and politics
  4. Rebuilding Roombeek. An institutional analysis of interactive governance in the context of a representative democracy
  5. Institutional reform in higher education: Forever changes?
  6. The emergence of a new environmental policy arena: The Dutch horticulture industry
  7. Dutch public health on the move. From limited self-regulation to a state-supervised quasi-market?
  8. Siting unwanted land uses: Does interactive decision making help?
  9. Statism by Stealth? Market orientation in British higher education
  10. Towards a post-parliamentary democracy in Germany?
  11. Interactive governance: A view from the UK
  12. Local governance in Flanders