Making Multilevel Public Management Work: Stories of Success and Failure from Europe and North America, 1st Edition (e-Book) book cover

Making Multilevel Public Management Work

Stories of Success and Failure from Europe and North America, 1st Edition

Edited by Denita Cepiku, David K. Jesuit, Ian Roberge


230 pages

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pub: 2013-04-23
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Public management increasingly takes place in multilevel settings, since most countries are decentralized to one degree or another and most problems transcend and cut across administrative and geographical borders. A collaboration of scholars in the Transnational Initiative on Governance Research and Education (TIGRE Net), Making Multilevel Public

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Institutional and Legal Constraints. Asymmetric Federalism: Comparative Case Studies from Italy. Fiscal Federalism for Italian Local Governments: Characteristics and Accounting Implication. Structuring the Game and Surmounting Obstacles: Case Studies from Europe in Multi-Level Public Management. Policy Implementation in Multi-Level Systems: Regional Economic Development Policy Governance in Canada. Actors in Multi-level Public Management. Government Fragmentation and Emergency Planning in Manitoba and North Dakota: Findings from the 2009 Red River Flood and its Aftermath. The Use of Citizen Participation by Multi-Level Governance Actors in the Great Lakes Areas of Concern. The Financial Services User Group: Challenges of Effectively Representing Consumers' Voices in European Financial Services Policymaking. Climate Change Adaptation - Assessing Policy Analytical Capacity in Canadian Finance Departments. Conclusion: Contesting Multi-Level Public Management. Debunking a Myth and Recasting an Idea: Sober Second Thoughts on Multi-level Governance.

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