2 edition of Multilevel governance found in the catalog.
|Statement||editor, Józef Niżnik.|
|Contributions||Niżnik, Józef., Instytut Filozofii i Socjologii (Polska Akademia Nauk). Szkoła Nauk Społecznych.|
|LC Classifications||JN30 .M863 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||2007484661|
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The editors have produced an authoritative and comprehensive guide to multi-level governance. The book ranges across the domestic context, supraregionalism and global governance - all filtered through a sophisticated analytical framework and attention to policy detail.
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This book explores the theoretical issues, empirical evidence, and normative debates elicited by the concept of multi‐level governance (MLG). The concept is a useful descriptor of decision‐making processes that involve the simultaneous mobilization of public authorities at different jurisdictional levels as well as that of non‐governmental organizations and social : Simona Multilevel governance book.
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Governance as Leadership. Reframing the Work of Nonprofit Boards. Governance as Leadership offers trustees and executives a new and practical framework to govern nonprofit organizations more effectively.
The book provides ideas, tactics, and examples that enrich the work of trustees and enhance a board's value to the organization it by: Multi-level (or multilevel) governance is a term used to describe the way power is spread vertically between many levels of government and horizontally across multiple quasi-government and non-governmental organizations and actors.
This situation develops because many countries have multiple levels of government including local, regional, state, national or federal, and many other.
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Scholarship of multi-level governance has developed into one of the most innovative themes of research in political science and public policy.
This accessible Handbook presents a thorough review of the wide-ranging literature, encompassing various theoretical and conceptual approaches to multi-level governance and their application to policy. Hooghe and Marks have ingeniously expanded multilevel governance as a frame for understanding the dynamic politics of the European Union.
This volume, building on their previous work, brings together an assessment of the changing spatial politics of the EU with the analysis of competing fornms of capitalism.5/5(1).
This book investigates the challenges—both conceptual and practical—of multi-level governance processes. It draws on a range of cases from Australian public policy, with comparisons to multi-level governance systems abroad, to understand factors behind the effective coordination and management of multi-level governance processes in.
Description: Methodological questions about how to study democratic network governance have so far received little research attention. This book aims to remedy this by addressing some important methodological questions in relation to case studies of the multilevel network governance of employment policy in Britain, France and Denmark.
The convergence of European and East Asian political, economic, and social agendas could spur the United States and other powers to better engage in global multilevel governance, and reinvigorate. Title: Multi-level governance: conceptual challenges and case studies from Australia / edited by Katherine A.
Daniell, Adrian Kay. ISBN: (paperback) (ebook) Series: Australia and New Zealand School of Governance (ANZSOG) Subjects: Federal government--Australia--Case studies. Decentralization in government--Australia. ‘This book restores local democracy to its rightful place at the center of our understanding of national politics.
Through an illuminating, comparative historical analysis, the authors show that systematic variations in local political incorporation have laid down enduring differences in the character of multilevel democracy, with far-reaching consequences for policymaking and the quality of Author: Jefferey M.
Sellers, Anders Lidström, Yooil Bae. This unique collection brings together leading scholars from a range of disciplines to assess and critique the key concept of multi-level governance.
This is a concept which has been widely adopted to explain the changing nature of domestic and international politics ever since its early application to the EU. Multi-level Governance: A Conceptual Framework As cities and national governments cannot act alone to effectively tackle climate change, a framework for understanding the linkages across multiple levels of government and with the private sector and non-governmental stakeholders is needed.
We conclude that multilevel governance does not negate national sovereignty but it does reduce its descriptive power. States remain the ultimate arbiters of the allocation of decision rights but this tells us little about who exerts authority over by: Multilevel Governance.
the country chapters in this book show that it is still fair to expect school boards to exert influence in local school governing based on democratic decision-making.
Ian Bache is Professor of Politics at the University of Sheffield, UK. His books include: Europeanization and Multi-level Governance, Cohesion Policy and Multilevel Governance in South East Europe (with George Andreou), Politics in the European Union 4e (with Simon Bulmer, Stephen George and Owen Parker) and The Politics and Policy of Wellbeing (forthcoming, with Louise Reardon).
The book ends with a visionary outlook on further develop- ‘‘This interesting book makes a strong case for the emergence of a multi-level global governance system that knits together regionally-based Global multi-level governance: European and East Asian leadership, de Prado,Cited by: 7.
"Harmes persuasively argues that competition over multi-level governance is best understood through the lens of neoliberalism versus social democracy, which maps broadly on to left and right political divides.
This perspective helps explain modern political phenomena ranging from Brexit to President Trump’s federalism policies.
For the first time, this book explores how women's politics is affected by and affects federalism, whether in Australia, Canada, India, Mexico, Nigeria, Russia or the US. Equally, it assesses the gender implications of devolution and multilevel governance in the European Union, including case studies of the UK and Germany.
This book offers a unique analytic framework for assessing multi-level governance arrangements, which is subsequently applied to five case studies of regional development policy:.
Book Description. This book examines the theory and praxis of the legal concept of subsidiarity and the policy paradigm of multilevel governance, providing an updated overview on how subnational and national authorities engage within the EU institutional framework.
Multi-level Governance. Multi-level governance is defined as the vertical (multiple levels) and horizontal (multiple actors) dispersion of central government authority (Bache/Flinders ) and refers to both, political structures and decision making processes (Schäfer ). While governance refers to the “growing interdependence between governments and non-governmental actors at various.
This article examines multilevel governance (MLG) in the EU. MLG is the brainchild of a period of optimism over the power of integration and the leading role of the Commission in transforming the EU political order.
It remains highly questionable whether the buoyant mood prevailing in Brussels during the heroic era of launching the structural and cohesion funds has been vindicated by the. This article discusses the characteristics of the multi-level governance (MLG) in the European Union (EU). It explains that MLG originated in the s and that Gary Marks was the first to use this term to capture developments in EU cohesion policy.
The article suggests that MLG has made a significant contribution to understanding the nature of governance in the EU by directing attention to Cited by: This book examines the theory and praxis of the legal concept of subsidiarity and the policy paradigm of multilevel governance, providing an updated overview on how subnational and national authorities engage within the EU institutional : Serafín Pazos-Vidal.
Global Governance. Series Editor: John J. Kirton, University of Toronto, Canada. Global governance is growing rapidly to meet the compounding challenges of a globalized 21st-century world. Many issues once dealt with largely at the local, national or regional level are now going global, in the economic, social and political-security domains.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Themes and Issues in Multi-level Governance / Ian Bache and Matthew Flinders Contrasting Visions of Multi-level Governance / Gary Marks and Liesbet Hooghe Strong Demand, Huge Supply: Governance in an Emerging Epoch / James N.
Rosenau " [Multilevel Governance and Emergency Management in Canadian Municipalities] incorporates research by leading scholars in the field as well as extensive documentary evidence and interviews with governmental officials and stakeholders.
It also provides a comprehensive assessment of the emergency management model in Canada."4/5(2). Jenny Fairbrass and Andrew Jordan examine the relevance of multi‐level governance for understanding environmental policy. In doing so, their case studies of biodiversity and land use planning policy in the UK are seen as ‘critical tests’ for multi‐level governance.
This is partly because the UK is seen as an ‘extreme case’ of a unitary state and the UK government has traditionally. Analyzing multilevel governance in Indonesia: Lessons for REDD+ from the study of landuse change in Central and West Kalimantan Get the CIFOR publications update CIFOR publishes over publications every year on forests and climate change, landscape restoration, rights, forest policy, agroforestry and much more in multiple by: 4.
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