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Multi-Level Governance: Essential Readings - Elgar Mini Series (Hardback)
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Multi-Level Governance: Essential Readings - Elgar Mini Series (Hardback)

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The term `multi-level governance' (MLG) has emerged from its origins in EU studies in the early 1990s to become a commonly used description of politics and policy-making in a range of settings. This collection brings together seminal papers covering three waves of MLG scholarship; the first wave focuses largely on debates around Europe and the regions; the second on the nature and impact of MLG in wider settings (local, national and global) and the implications for accountability; and the third discusses MLG of different types and in new terrains (geographical or policy). Along with an original introduction by the editors, these timely volumes will be a valuable tool for scholars, researchers, practitioners and students interested in the field.

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781783479788
Number of pages: 1520
Dimensions: 169 x 244 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"Bache and Flinders have assembled a valuable booka very good and coherently edited stocktaking of the multi-level governance literature."--Prof. Simon Bulmer, Journal of Common Market Studies
"This volume represents an important contribution to the literature dealing with governance in general and would be of benefit to students not only of multi-level governance This book is likely to be of value to researchers and to graduate students in the field of European Union and domestic
politics for some years to come."--Prof. Graham Pearce, Regional and Federal Studies
"Even those familiar with the literature on multi-level governance are likely to encounter new theoretical perspectives. Apart from the merits of the individual chapters, the real strength of the book lies in its thematic unity. Unlike many edited volumes, this book is not a collection of separate
chapters that happen to be between the covers of the same book. Rather Ian Bache and Matthew Flinders ensure that this edited volume is tightly focused. Given the complexity of the concept this is a considerable achievement. For serious scholars of multi-level governance the book is essential
reading,"--Prof. Anthony O'Halloran, Political Studies Review


"Bache and Flinders have assembled a valuable booka very good and coherently edited stocktaking of the multi-level governance literature."--Prof. Simon Bulmer, Journal of Common Market Studies
"This volume represents an important contribution to the literature dealing with governance in general and would be of benefit to students not only of multi-level governance This book is likely to be of value to researchers and to graduate students in the field of European Union and domestic
politics for some years to come."--Prof. Graham Pearce, Regional and Federal Studies
"Even those familiar with the literature on multi-level governance are likely to encounter new theoretical perspectives. Apart from the merits of the individual chapters, the real strength of the book lies in its thematic unity. Unlike many edited volumes, this book is not a collection of separate
chapters that happen to be between the covers of the same book. Rather Ian Bache and Matthew Flinders ensure that this edited volume is tightly focused. Given the complexity of the concept this is a considerable achievement. For serious scholars of multi-level governance the book is essential
reading,"--Prof. Anthony O'Halloran, Political Studies Review

"Bache and Flinders have assembled a valuable booka very good and coherently edited stocktaking of the multi-level governance literature."--Prof. Simon Bulmer, Journal of Common Market Studies
"This volume represents an important contribution to the literature dealing with governance in general and would be of benefit to students not only of multi-level governance This book is likely to be of value to researchers and to graduate students in the field of European Union and domestic politics for some years to come."--Prof. Graham Pearce, Regional and Federal Studies
"Even those familiar with the literature on multi-level governance are likely to encounter new theoretical perspectives. Apart from the merits of the individual chapters, the real strength of the book lies in its thematic unity. Unlike many edited volumes, this book is not a collection of separate chapters that happen to be between the covers of the same book. Rather Ian Bache and Matthew Flinders ensure that this edited volume is tightly focused. Given the complexity of the concept this is a considerable achievement. For serious scholars of multi-level governance the book is essential reading,"--Prof. Anthony O'Halloran, Political Studies Review


"Bache and Flinders have assembled a valuable booka very good and coherently edited stocktaking of the multi-level governance literature."--Prof. Simon Bulmer, Journal of Common Market Studies


"This volume represents an important contribution to the literature dealing with governance in general and would be of benefit to students not only of multi-level governance This book is likely to be of value to researchers and to graduate students in the field of European Union and domestic politics for some years to come."--Prof. Graham Pearce, Regional and Federal Studies


"Even those familiar with the literature on multi-level governance are likely to encounter new theoretical perspectives. Apart from the merits of the individual chapters, the real strength of the book lies in its thematic unity. Unlike many edited volumes, this book is not a collection of separate chapters that happen to be between the covers of the same book. Rather Ian Bache and Matthew Flinders ensure that

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