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