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The Problem-Solving Capacity of the Modern State: Governance Challenges and Administrative Capacities
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The Problem-Solving Capacity of the Modern State: Governance Challenges and Administrative Capacities

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ISBN-13:
9780198716365
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
30.12.2014
Seiten:
300
Autor:
Martin Lodge
Gewicht:
656 g
Format:
241x161x27 mm
Serie:
Hertie Governance Report
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Governance Challenges and Innovations examines the capacity of contemporary governments to act upon and address the pressing problems of our time. It highlights four basic administrative capacities that matter for governance and considers the way in which states have addressed particular governance challenges.
1 Martin Lodge and Kai Wegrich: Introduction: Governance Innovation, Administrative Capacities, and Policy Instruments; Part I Administrative Capacities; 2 Peter Hupe and Michael Hill: Delivery Capacity; 3 Kai Wegrich and Vid Stimac: Coordination Capacity; 4 Martin Lodge: Regulatory Capacity; 5 Salvador Parrado: Analytical Capacity; 6 Gerhard Hammerschmid, Vid Stimac, and Kai Wegrich: Management Capacity and Performance in European Public Administrations; Part II Challenges and Capacities in Key Policy Areas; 7 Michaela Kreyenfeld and Anika Rasner: Demographic Change and Welfare State Restructuring; 8 Andrea Lenschow: Sustainability: Innovations through Sector Integration and New Instruments; 9 Jacint Jordana: Governance Dilemmas of the Contemporary State: The Politics of Infrastructure Policy; Part III Capacities and Innovations Beyond the State; 10 Marco Verweij: Wicked Problems, Clumsy Solutions and Messy Institutions in Transnational Governance; 11 Nico Krisch: Capacity and Constraint: Governance Through International and Transnational Law; 12 Eva Heidbreder: Administrative Capacities in the EU: Consequences of Multi-level Policy-Making; 13 Eva Sorensen and Jacob Torfing: Collaborative Innovation and Governance Capacity; 14 Kira Matus: Capacity, Innovation and their Interaction in Multi-stakeholder Sustainability Initiatives; 15 Martin Lodge and Kai Wegrich: Conclusion: Problem-Solving Capacity and the Modern State
Governance Challenges and Innovations examines the capacity of contemporary governments to act upon and address the pressing problems of our time. It highlights four basic administrative capacities that matter for governance and considers the way in which states have addressed particular governance challenges.