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|Material Type:||Conference publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Christopher Hood; David Heald
|Description:||xiii, 231 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. I: Transparency as a term, idea, and movement. Transparency in historical perspective / Christopher Hood ; Varieties of transparency / David Heald --
pt. II: Transparency as a problem and solution. Transparency as a human right / Patrick Birkinshaw ; Transparency as an instrumental value / David Heald ; Transparency and the ethics of communication / Onora O'Neill ; The more closely we are watched, the better we behave? / Andrea Prat --
pt. III: Transparency and institutional behaviour. Dashed expectations: governmental adaptation to transparency rules / Alasdair Roberts ; What hope for freedom of information in the UK? / Andrew McDonald ; Member-state budgetary transparency in the economic and monetary union / James D. Savage ; Does transparency make difference? The example of the European Council of Ministers / David Stasavage --
pt. IV: Transparency and information-age technology. Varieties of software and their implications for effective democratic government / L. Jean Camp ; Transparency and digital government / Helen Margetts --
pt. V: Conclusion. Beyond exchanging first principles? Some closing comments / Christopher Hood.
|Series Title:||Proceedings of the British Academy, 135.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Christopher Hood & David Heald.|
...admirably argued, intellectually stimulating. Alan Alexander, Scottish Affairs