Chapter 2: Governance in public administration and Public Policy: Steering inter-organizational networks.
Chapter 3: Governance in international relations: governing in a global era.
Chapter 4: European governance: Between international relations and public policy.
Chapter 5. Governance in comparative politics 1: the state and economic development.
Chapter 6: Governance in comparative politics 2: theories of democratization.
Chapter 7: Governance and the World Bank.
Chapter 8: Conclusion.
International Studies Review
- This is the first book to fully explore the way in which governance is interpreted in different fields of political science, such as International Relations, comparative politics, public administration etc.
- Provides a common institutional definition of governance.
- Provides a common critique of governance as under-emphasising issues of power.
- Offers new insights into understanding ‘governance’ as a key concept in political science.
- Accessibly written for students approaching the topic for the first time.