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A Different Kind of State?: Popular Power and Democratic Administration Edited by Gregory Albo

A Different Kind of State?: Popular Power and Democratic Administration
by Edited by Gregory Albo

This book introduces the possibilities for democratic administration - reforming the Canadian system of government so as to enhance public participation, improve the design of programmes and the delivery of services, and ensure a better working environment within the public sector.
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A Different Kind of State?: Popular Power and Democratic Administration Summary


The organization of the public sphere has become the central political problem of the 1990s. Neither the centralized bureaucracies of Eastern Europe nor the liberal/pluralist states of the West have been able to cope as their citizens demand more public services and greater democratic accountability. Increased competitiveness within a free market cannot satisfy these needs; if anything, it generates more victims dependent on government help. This book introduces the possibilities for democratic administration - reforming the system of government so as to enhance public participation, improve the design of programmes and the delivery of services, and to ensure a better working environment within the public sector.

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Sku
GOR008387134
Title
A Different Kind of State?: Popular Power and Democratic Administration
Author
Condition
Well Read
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Canada
Year published
Number of pages
254
ISBN 10
0195409078
ISBN 13
9780195409079
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N/A
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