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- 1st ed. 2016
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Kuhlmann, Sabine (ed.), Bouckaert, Geert (ed.)
- Bibliographie 10 schwarz-weiße und 8 farbige Abbildungen
- 8 Illustrations, color; 10 Illustrations, black and white; XXVIII, 366 p. 18 illus., 8 illus. in col
- Local Public Sector Reforms in Times of Crisis
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"The aim of the book is ambitious, and the authors approach the challenge of comparing different types of local reforms across countries in different ways. ... This book contains both detailed information and insightful analyses of a range of local reforms. It certainly adds to our knowledge and I would recommend it to anyone interested in public sector reforms." (Louise Skoog, Local Government Studies, Vol. 43 (3), March, 2017)
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Sabine Kuhlmann is Full Professor of Political Science, Administration and Organization at the University of Potsdam, Germany. Since 2011, she has been a member of the National Regulatory Control Council of the German Federal Government and, since 2012, Vice-President of the European Group for Public Administration (EGPA) and Chair of the COST-Action LocRef. Geert Bouckaert is Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences and the former Director of the KU Leuven Public Governance Institute, Belgium. He is Coordinator of the Policy Research Centre - Governmental Organization - Decisive Governance and President of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS).
Preface; Geert Bouckaert and Sabine Kuhlmann.- Introduction. Comparing Local Public Sector Reforms: Institutional Policies in Context; Geert Bouckaert and Sabine Kuhlmann.- Part I. Re-Scaling Local Governance: Amalgamation, Cooperation, Territorial Consolidation.- Chapter 1. A Comparative Analysis of Amalgamation Reforms in Selected European Countries; Reto Steiner, Claire Kaiser, Gretar Thor Claire/Eythorsson.- Chapter 2. Explaining Trajectories of Municipal Amalgamations: A Case Comparison of the Netherlands and Flanders; Wout Broekema, Trui Steen and Ellen Wayenberg.- Chapter 3. What Causes Municipal Amalgamation Reform? Rational Explanations Meet Western European Experiences, 2004-13; Jostein Askim, Jan Erling Klausen, Signy Irene Vabo and K. Bjurstrom.- Chapter 4. Does Inter-Municipal Cooperation Lead to Territorial Consolidation? Comparative Analysis of Selected European Cases in Times of Crisis; Jochen Franzke, Daniel Klimovsky and Uros Pinteric.- Part II: Managerial Reforms: From Weberian Bureaucracy to Performance Management?.- Chapter 5. Design, Trajectories of Reform and Implementation of Performance Budgeting in Local Governments: A Comparative Study of Germany, Italy, Lithuania and Norway; Hilde(Bjorna, Riccardo Mussari, Vitalis Nakrosis, Christoph Reichard, Sabina Bankauskaite Grigaliuniene and Alfredo Ettore Tranfaglia.- Chapter 6. Impacts of NPM-Driven Performance Management Reforms and Ideologies in Napoleonic Local Governments: A Comparative Analysis of France, Portugal, and Turkey; Emil Turc, Marcel Guenoun, Marcel, Yuksel Demirkaya, Miguel Rodrigues and Jerome Dupuis.- Chapter 7. Do They All Fail? A Comparative Analysis of Performance Related Pay Systems in Local Governments; Isabella Proeller, Anne-Kathrin Meier, Dominik Vogel, Riccardo Mussari, Donatella Casale, Emil Turc and Marcel Guenoun.- Chapter 8. Human Resource Management Reforms and Change Management in European City-Administrations from a Comparative Perspective; Marco Salm and Christian Schwab.- Part III: Re-Organizing Local Service Delivery: From Government to Governance?.- Chapter 9. Public and Social Services Provision in European Countries. From Public/Municipal Sector to Market Liberalisation - and What Next?; Hellmut Wollmann.- Chapter 10. Waste Management Compared - from Public Service Delivery to Inter-Municipal Cooperation?; Harald Torsteinsen, Harald and Marieke Van Genugten.- Chapter 11. On the Road Towards Marketization? A Comparative Analysis of Nonprofit Sector Involvement in Social Service Delivery at the Local Level; Annette Zimmer, Lars Skov Henriksen, Steven Rathgeb Smith Rathgeb and Marlene Thogersen.- Chapter 12. The Governance of Childcare in Transition: A Comparative Analysis; Pekka Kettunen, Filipe Teles, Carmen Navarro, Philipp Richter, Nikos Hlepas, and Muiris MacCarthaigh.- Chapter 13. Rescaling of Planning Power: Comparing Functional Planning Reforms in Six European Countries; Panagiotis Getimis.- Part IV: Local Participatory Reforms, Political Leaders, and Citizens.- Chapter 14. Giving Citizens More Say in Local Government: Comparative Analyses of Change Across Europe in Times of Crisis; Angelika Vetter, Bas Denters, Norbert Kersting and Daniel Klimovsky.- Chapter 15. Reforming Local Councils and the Role of Councillors. A Comparative Analysis of Fifteen European Countries; Anders Lidstroem, Harald Baldersheim, Daniel Klimovsky, Eva Marin Hlynsdottir, Colin Copus and Pekka Kettunen.- Chapter 16. Have Mayors Will travel: Trends and Developments on the Direct Election of the Mayor: A Five Nation Comparison; Colin Copus, Angel Iglesias, Miro Hacek, Michal Illner and Anders Lidstrom.- Chapter 17. Local Democratic Renewal by Deliberative Participatory Instruments: A Comparative Study; Norbert Kersting, Jana Gasparikova, Jelizaveta Krenjova and Angel Iglesias.- Chapter 18. Reforming Local Governments in Times of Crisis: Values and Expectations of Good Local Governance in Comparative Perspective; Bas Denters, Andreas Ladner