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Author: Gerry Stoker
ISBN: 0333802489
Language: English
Pages: 250 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Red Globe Press; 1st edition (March 4, 2004)
Rating: 4.9
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Transforming local governance : from Thatcherism to New Labour, Gerry Stoker. p. cm. – (Government beyond the centre) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-0-333-80248-9 1. Local government – England. 2. New Left – Great Britain. The three projects of New Labour: beyond the rhetoric of modernization New Labour’s critique of elected local government Labour’s vision of local governance The reform agenda Conclusions. 48. 49 54 58 62 68. 4 Understanding New Labour’s Reform Strategy The contribution of grid-group theory Control freaks, partners or bookies?

Transforming Local Governance book. The author analyzes in detail what New Labour has been trying to do to local governance and management and assesses how and why it has achieved only a mixed record of change.

Transforming Local Governance book. Drawing on the author's unrivalled experience and expertise.

Transforming Local Governance. From Thatcherism to New Labour. Author(s): Gerry Stoker. Publisher: Red Globe Press. Pages: 264. Series: Government beyond the Centre. A major new work by the leading figure in the study of British local governance. Provides a systematic assessment of the changing nature of local governance. Draws on author's knowledge as a policy adviser as well as an academic.

Transforming Local Governance : From Thatcherism to New Labour. From Thatcherism to New Labour (Government Beyond the Centre). Published March 4, 2004 by Palgrave Macmillan.

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Transforming local governance: from Thatcherism to New Labour. The politics of local government. Macmillan International Higher Education, 1991. Macmillan International Higher Education, 2017. This book presents a detailed analysis of the new management of public services at the local level, drawing on the work of the ESRC Local Governance Programme.

Professor Gerry Stoker is Professor of Governance within Politics . Transforming local governance: from Thatcherism to New Labour.

Professor Gerry Stoker is Professor of Governance within Politics & International Relations at the University of Southampton. Professor Stoker has provided advice to various parts of UK government and is also an expert advisor to the Council of Europe on local government and participation issues. More broadly he has, over the past five years, received invitations to speak at conferences on governance issues aimed at practitioners and policymakers as well as academics from the USA, Japan, China, Italy, Korea Norway, Ireland, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Denmark and Australia.

Drawing on the author's unrivalled experience and expertise in both research and policy-making, this important new book provides a systematic assessment of the changing nature of local governance in Britain and a conceptual framework for understanding the new governance of localities. The author analyzes in detail what New Labour has been trying to do to local governance and management and assesses how and why it has achieved only a mixed record of change. The book concludes by providing a vision of good local governance and an assessment of future challenges for research and reform.