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New Governance, New Democracy?: Post Devolution in Wales (Politics and Society in Wales) ePub download

by T. Hall,A. Pithouse,Paul Chaney

  • Author: T. Hall,A. Pithouse,Paul Chaney
  • ISBN: 0708316786
  • ISBN13: 978-0708316788
  • ePub: 1574 kb | FB2: 1732 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: University of Wales Press (July 19, 2001)
  • Pages: 250
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New Governance, New Democracy?: Post Devolution in Wales (Politics and Society in Wales) ePub download

Paul Chaney is senior lecturer in public policy at Cardiff University. Series: Politics and Society in Wales. Paperback: 250 pages.

Paul Chaney is senior lecturer in public policy at Cardiff University. He has published widely on territorial politics, social policy, and equality and human rights. Publisher: University of Wales Press (July 19, 2001).

Paul Chaney, T. Hall, A. Pithouse. The creation of the National Assembly for Wales has altered the democratic landscape in Wales. This book questions whether these expectations are likely to be fulfilled. In assuming many policy and administrative responsibilities previously held by central government, the Assembly promises innovation in governance and there are high expectations that devolution will bring about significant improvements in Welsh life.

New Governance - New Democracy? questions whether these expectations are likely to be fulfiled

New Governance - New Democracy? questions whether these expectations are likely to be fulfiled. Drawing on interviews with many of the people who have influenced the devolution experiment, from poltitions to ordinary citizens, this book offers interdisciplinary discussion and analysis of issues ranging from electorial turnout, participation and legitimacy to the involvement of marginalized groups in the process of government

Paul Chaney, T. Pithouse, "New Governance, New Democracy?: Post Devolution in Wales" The . New Governance - New Democracy? constitutes the first serious project-based assessment of whether the National Assembly will lead to a better democracy for Wales.

New Governance - New Democracy? constitutes the first serious project-based assessment of whether the National Assembly will lead to a better democracy for Wales.

Post-Devolution Wales. Article in Parliamentary Affairs 56(2) · April 2003 with 2 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. DOI: 1. 093/parlij/gsg074.

Paul Chaney, Tom Hall, Andrew Pithouse, University of Wales. Bwrdd Gwybodau Celtaidd. Politics and society in Wales. Pwllgor Gwyddorau Cymdeithasol, University of Wales. Board of Celtic Studies. Social Science Committee. By Paul Chaney, Tom Hall, Andrew Pithouse. New Governance - New Democracy? Post-Devolution Wales. New Governance - New Democracy? questions whether these expectations are likely to be fulfilled.

New Governance – New Democracy? POST-DEVOLUTION WALES. The ‘Politics and Society in Wales’ Series will tell the unfolding story of Wales in the twenty-first century in all its complexity and detail. Ralph Fevre Cardiff, May 2001

New Governance – New Democracy? POST-DEVOLUTION WALES. Ralph Fevre Cardiff, May 2001.

The creation of the National Assembly for Wales has altered the democratic landscape in Wales. In assuming many policy and administrative responsibilities previously held by central government, the Assembly promises innovation in governance and there are high expectations that devolution will bring about significant improvements in Welsh life.New Governance - New Democracy? questions whether these expectations are likely to be fulfilled. Drawing on interviews with many of the people who have influenced the devolution experiment, from politicians to ordinary citizens, this book brings together five research projects based throughout Wales which focus on different aspects of the devolutionary process.This engagement with issues of both immediate and enduring significance for Wales offers interdisciplinary discussion and analysis of issues ranging from electoral turnout, participation and legitimacy to the involvement of marginalized groups in the process of government. It also examines the developing relationship between the new Welsh legislature and the voluntary sector, the governance of economic development and the regulation and political control of public agencies in Wales. New Governance - New Democracy? constitutes the first serious project-based assessment of whether the National Assembly will lead to a better democracy for Wales.
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