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Hyper-active governance : how governments manage the politics of expertise

Author: Matthew Wood
Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom Cambridge University Press 2019
Series: Cambridge studies in comparative public policy
Edition/Format:   Computer file : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Hyper-active Governance is a new way of thinking about governing that puts debates over expertise at the heart. Contemporary governing requires delegation to experts, but also increases demands for political accountability. In this context, politicians and experts work together under political stress to adopt different governing relationships that appear more 'hands-off' or 'hands-on'. These approaches often serve  Read more...
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Druck-Ausgabe, hardback
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Druck-Ausgabe, paperback
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Wood
ISBN: 9781108698627 110869862X 9781108592437 1108592430
OCLC Number: 1111820514
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (xviii, 269 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Part I: Introducing hyper-active governance. The 'Cult of the expert' --
Managing the 'expert–politics nexus' --
Part II: Hyper-active governance in practice. Defence --
Empowerment --
Inclusion --
Defend, empower and include --
Part III: Theorising hyper-active governance. Frenetically standing still --
Experts, politics and co-production --
Appendices. Data collection --
Hyper-active governance and social acceleration --
Crosstabs of media coverage of herceptin.
Series Title: Cambridge studies in comparative public policy
Responsibility: Matthew Wood.

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