Understanding Governance

Rhodes, R. (Ed)

Understanding Governance encompasses all theoretical approaches to the study of government and governance in advanced industrial democracies and the Commonwealth. It has three long-standing objectives:  1. To develop new theoretical approaches to explain changes in the role of the state; 2. To explain how and why that role has changed; and   3. To set the changes and their causes in comparative perspective. The origins of the series lie in the renowned Whitehall Research Programme funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. Since 1997, it has published some 26 books by the best known names in the field including Colin Hay, David Marsh, Edward Page, Guy Peters, R. A. W. Rhodes, David Richards, Martin Smith and Patrick Weller.

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