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Modernising British Local Government

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Modernising British Local Government

An Assessment of Labour's Reform Programme

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Modernising British Local Government by John Stewart
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Labour's modernization programme for local government offers significant new opportunities especially in terms of the powers and duties in respect of community well being and of local authorities' own role in community leadership. But there are also many questions about the effectiveness of the reforms and, in particular, their impact on democracy, accountability and local autonomy, argues John Stewart in this critical assessment of the challenges and prospects for British local government in the 2000s.

Author Biography

JOHN STEWART is Emeritus Professor, School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham. His many books include The Nature of British Local Government and Management in the Public Domain.
Release date NZ
September 9th, 2003
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
288 p.
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
288
Dimensions
138x216x15
ISBN-13
9780333964651
Product ID
1652779

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