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The Resource Controlling modern government : variety, commonality and change, edited by Christopher Hood ... [et al.]

Controlling modern government : variety, commonality and change, edited by Christopher Hood ... [et al.]

Label
Controlling modern government : variety, commonality and change
Title
Controlling modern government
Title remainder
variety, commonality and change
Statement of responsibility
edited by Christopher Hood ... [et al.]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1947-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Hood, Christopher
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Public administration
  • Comparative government
Label
Controlling modern government : variety, commonality and change, edited by Christopher Hood ... [et al.]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Takashi Nishio
  • US federal prisons : bureau family mutuality in the 'government of strangers'
  • Arjen Boin and Oliver James
  • England and Wales : combining oversight with public-private competition
  • Oliver James
  • Germany : tinkering with oversight and mutuality in a legalistic state tradition
  • Martin Lodge
  • France : ineffective oversight in the land of Inspections Generales
  • Marie Vogel
  • The Netherlands : a professional mutuality/oversight hybrid under pressure
  • 1.
  • Arjen Boin
  • Norway : a stable oversight/mutuality hybrid amid limited diversification of professional mutuality
  • Per Loegreid and Marjoleine H. Wik
  • Australia : variety in reforms to oversight alongside increased public-private competition
  • Colin Scott
  • 3.
  • Higher education and university research : harnessing competition and mutuality to oversight?
  • Overview
  • Colin Scott and Christopher Hood
  • The USA : little oversight, no explosion
  • Controlling public services and government : towards a cross-national perspective
  • B. Guy Peters
  • Japan : adapting the American model to centralized oversight
  • Katsyua Hirose
  • France : mutuality and oversight in tension?
  • Nicole de Montricher
  • Germany : growing competition at the expense of mutuality
  • Hans-Ulrich Derlien
  • The Netherlands : a mixed pattern of control
  • Jeroen Huisman and Theo Toonen
  • Norway : holding back competition?
  • Christopher Hood
  • Ivar Bleiklie
  • Australia : linking oversight to mutuality and competition
  • Colin Scott
  • The UK : hyper-regulation and regulatory reform
  • Colin Scott
  • 4.
  • Higher civil servants : neither mutuality implosion nor oversight explosion
  • Overview
  • B. Guy Peters and Christopher Hood
  • The USA : high on oversight, low on mutuality?
  • 2.
  • B. Guy Peters
  • Japan : where mutuality reigns supreme?
  • Takashi Nishio
  • France : high mutuality, some randomness, weak oversight
  • Nicole de Montricher
  • Germany : village life becoming more complicated
  • Hans-Ulrich Derlien
  • The Netherlands : edging away from pure mutuality?
  • Theo Toonen and Frits M. van der Meer
  • Norway : managerialism and parliamentary oversight in lock-step?
  • Prisons : varying oversight and mutuality, much tinkering, limited control
  • Per Loegreid
  • The UK and Australia : two Westminster-model states compared
  • Christopher Hood and Colin Scott
  • 5.
  • Conclusion : making sense of controls over government
  • Christopher Hood
  • Overview
  • Oliver James and Christopher Hood
  • Japan : hierarchically ordered mutuality in a semi-hidden world
Control code
8395318
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xiv, 220 p.
Isbn
9781843766292
Lccn
2004047116
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (DLC) 2004047116
  • (BNAtoc) 2004047116
Label
Controlling modern government : variety, commonality and change, edited by Christopher Hood ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Takashi Nishio
  • US federal prisons : bureau family mutuality in the 'government of strangers'
  • Arjen Boin and Oliver James
  • England and Wales : combining oversight with public-private competition
  • Oliver James
  • Germany : tinkering with oversight and mutuality in a legalistic state tradition
  • Martin Lodge
  • France : ineffective oversight in the land of Inspections Generales
  • Marie Vogel
  • The Netherlands : a professional mutuality/oversight hybrid under pressure
  • 1.
  • Arjen Boin
  • Norway : a stable oversight/mutuality hybrid amid limited diversification of professional mutuality
  • Per Loegreid and Marjoleine H. Wik
  • Australia : variety in reforms to oversight alongside increased public-private competition
  • Colin Scott
  • 3.
  • Higher education and university research : harnessing competition and mutuality to oversight?
  • Overview
  • Colin Scott and Christopher Hood
  • The USA : little oversight, no explosion
  • Controlling public services and government : towards a cross-national perspective
  • B. Guy Peters
  • Japan : adapting the American model to centralized oversight
  • Katsyua Hirose
  • France : mutuality and oversight in tension?
  • Nicole de Montricher
  • Germany : growing competition at the expense of mutuality
  • Hans-Ulrich Derlien
  • The Netherlands : a mixed pattern of control
  • Jeroen Huisman and Theo Toonen
  • Norway : holding back competition?
  • Christopher Hood
  • Ivar Bleiklie
  • Australia : linking oversight to mutuality and competition
  • Colin Scott
  • The UK : hyper-regulation and regulatory reform
  • Colin Scott
  • 4.
  • Higher civil servants : neither mutuality implosion nor oversight explosion
  • Overview
  • B. Guy Peters and Christopher Hood
  • The USA : high on oversight, low on mutuality?
  • 2.
  • B. Guy Peters
  • Japan : where mutuality reigns supreme?
  • Takashi Nishio
  • France : high mutuality, some randomness, weak oversight
  • Nicole de Montricher
  • Germany : village life becoming more complicated
  • Hans-Ulrich Derlien
  • The Netherlands : edging away from pure mutuality?
  • Theo Toonen and Frits M. van der Meer
  • Norway : managerialism and parliamentary oversight in lock-step?
  • Prisons : varying oversight and mutuality, much tinkering, limited control
  • Per Loegreid
  • The UK and Australia : two Westminster-model states compared
  • Christopher Hood and Colin Scott
  • 5.
  • Conclusion : making sense of controls over government
  • Christopher Hood
  • Overview
  • Oliver James and Christopher Hood
  • Japan : hierarchically ordered mutuality in a semi-hidden world
Control code
8395318
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xiv, 220 p.
Isbn
9781843766292
Lccn
2004047116
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (DLC) 2004047116
  • (BNAtoc) 2004047116

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