3 edition of Local Governance Around the World (Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science) found in the catalog.
July 1995 by Sage Publications .
Written in English
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By focusing on collaborative governance and its implications for the ability of policies to meet the challenges of the 21st century, it provides lessons for researchers in public management, urban planning/development, public policy, and political science, as well as practitioners interested in promoting local economic development.
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This fascinating book takes the reader around the world to areas where national governance has broken down-or never really existed. In these places, the vacuum has been filled by local gangs, militias, and warlords, some with ideological or political agendas and. Collaborative Governance for Local Economic Development: Lessons from Countries around the World - CRC Press Book Although collaborations for local and regional economic development have been popular in recent years, it is not yet wholly clear when or how such efforts bring successful outcomes.
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Providing a clear, cross-cutting, critical lens to map developments in feminist governance around the world, the book makes sense of the costs and benefits of. Contents Acknowledgements v Acronyms vi Introduction 1 Chapter 1: Assessments of Local Governance 5 What is local governance.
5 Universal priorities for local governance 6 Measuring local governance 7 Why assessing local governance. 7 What can the assessment focus on. 8 Understanding the normative foundation of assessments 9.
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Catherine Hobbs is a social scientist who worked in local government for three decades, with practical experience of multi-agency strategies in transport and health. She studied Local Governance and Systems Science at Birmingham and Hull Universities and is a member of the International Advisory Board for the Routledge Handbook of Systems Thinking.
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At the start of the 21st century, there is a dramatic revival in emphasis on local democracy. This renewed interest in the principles and procedures of democratic governance at the level closest to the people is in some ways a return to the foundations of democratic theory and practice.
Direct citizen involvement is the basis of community spirit and health. Problems of development are inextricably tied to problems of governance. Unless local, regional, and national governments perform their assigned tasks -- and do so in a tolerably efficient manner -- little respite will be found from poverty, disease, illiteracy, crime, civil war and other problems plaguing the developing world.
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It traces the historical evolution of local governance and presents a stylized view of alternative models of local governance practiced in various countries. The Land Governance Assessment Framework (LGAF) is based on the key principle of a participatory process organized around a steering committee composed of local experts.
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Brought together by LogoLink (the Learning Initiative on Citizen Participation and Local Governance) they included social leaders, human rights activists, academics and politicians as well as representatives of community, grassroots and advocacy.
All around the world, innovative local governments are using technology and a customer-focused mind-set to innovate and better serve citizens.
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When the transition to democracy took place, South Africa inherited a dysfunctional local govern-File Size: 1MB. local government, political administration of the smallest subdivisions of a country's territory and population.
Characteristics and Types. Although there are special-purpose local government bodies (e.g., school boards in the United States), more important are those that carry out a broad range of public activities within a defined area and population.
Women participation in governance should start from local level — Fajemirokun On Aug pm In News, Woman by vanguard Kindly Share This Story. governance often ignored, the local level closest to the citizens. It does not purport to offer all the answers to designing a system of local democracy or to managing a complex city.
Instead, the goal is to provoke a close reexamination of the purpose, form, and nature of local democracy world-wide and to share common experiences and.
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They have been likened to a flock of birds, a group of individuals who happen to decide all. This book is the first attempt to project most appropriate and practical ideas that suit the genius of the nation for the local governance and decentralization of power derived from the voices of.
the causes of poor governance in particular contexts. The framework and discussion focus on issues of governance at the local level.
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Local Governance Systems around the Globe 1. Local Governance setup around the globe Presented by: Ali Imran 2. Local Governance Local government is a form of public administration which, in a majority of contexts, exists as the lowest tier of .