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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard C Feiock; John T Scholz
|Description:||xxi, 345 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Self-organizing governance of institutional collective action dilemmas : an overview / Richard C. Feiock and John T. Scholz --
Can consolidation preserve local autonomy? Mitigating vertical and horizontal dilemmas / Andrew B. Whitford --
The institutional collective action perspective on self-organizing mechanisms : market failures and transaction cost problems / Annette Steinacker --
Conflict, power, and irreconcilable preferences : some limits to self-organizing mechanisms / Bryan D. Jones --
Adaptive versus restrictive contracts : can they resolve different risk problems? / Simon A. Andrew --
Do risk profiles of services alter contractual patterns? A comparison across multiple metropolitan services / Manoj Shrestha --
Special districts versus contracts : complements or substitutes? / Megan Mullin --
The political market for intergovernmental cooperation / Kenneth N. Bickers, Stephanie Post, and Robert M. Stein --
Collaborative institutions, functional areas, and beliefs : what are their roles in policy networks? / Christopher M. Weible --
Sustaining joint ventures : the role of resource exchange and the strength of interorganizational relationships / Ramiro Berardo --
Institutional collective action in an ecology of games / Mark Lubell, Adam Douglas Henry, and Mike McCoy --
Enhancing vertical and horizontal self-organization : harnessing informal networks to integrate policies within and between governments in the European Union / Paul W. Thurner --
Self-organizing mechanisms for mitigating institutional collective action dilemmas : an assessment and research agenda / Richard C. Feiock and John T. Scholz.
|Responsibility:||edited by Richard C. Feiock, John T. Scholz.|
'Feiock and Scholz are on their way to doing for intergovernmental relations what Elinor Ostrom has done for common pool resource management: helping us understand how externalities can be overcome
- Public administration -- United States.
- Intergovernmental cooperation -- United States.
- Public-private sector cooperation -- United States.
- Central-local government relations -- United States.
- Federal government -- United States.
- Central-local government relations.
- Federal government.
- Intergovernmental cooperation.
- Public administration.
- Public-private sector cooperation.
- United States.
- Internationale Politik.
- Politische Kooperation.