By Frannie Leautier
'Cities in a Globalizing global' stresses that caliber of governance can ascertain even if the burgeoning towns of the constructing international can develop into worldwide facilities of chance or city examples of over crowding and underachievement. The e-book examines instances the place the forces of globalization, urbanizations, and governance come jointly such a lot effectively. It demonstrates that prone are usually larger the place electorate have entry to details at the funds (a degree of transparency and responsibility) or the place details was once on hand on tips to begin a enterprise (a degree of transparency and responsiveness to firms). The publication is meant to steer urban managers on quite a few methods of improving prone and human assets, in an effort to, in flip, allure alternate, finance, and tourism to spice up financial progress.
Read or Download Cities in a Globalizing World: Governance, Performance, And Sustainability (Wbi Learning Resources Series) PDF
Similar public affairs & administration books
Little over a decade in the past, infrastructure concessions promised to unravel Latin America's endemic infrastructure deficit. presented in aggressive auctions, those concessions have been alleged to mix deepest zone potency with lease dissipation caused via pageant. but anything didn't move particularly correct, as concessions have been plagued with opportunistic renegotiations, such a lot of them on the rate of taxpayers.
On March 15, 2006, participants from either events in Congress supported the production of the bipartisan Iraq learn team to check the location at the floor and suggest concepts for how ahead. For greater than 8 months, the learn team met with army officials, nearby specialists, teachers, newshounds, and high-level executive officers from the USA and in a foreign country.
Conventional coverage research ways are characterised via a spotlight on process modeling and selecting between coverage possible choices. whereas profitable in lots of instances, this strategy has been more and more criticized for being technocratic and ignoring the behavioral and political dimensions of such a lot coverage approaches.
Within the wake of typhoon Katrina, many wondered no matter if the big variety of political appointees within the Federal Emergency administration organization contributed to the agency's bad dealing with of the disaster, finally costing 1000's of lives and inflicting immeasurable soreness and discomfort. The Politics of Presidential Appointments examines extensive how and why presidents use political appointees and the way their offerings influence executive performance--for larger or worse.
Additional resources for Cities in a Globalizing World: Governance, Performance, And Sustainability (Wbi Learning Resources Series)
If individuals and groups expect to be pleased with all aspects of an infrastructure decision, they will almost certainly be disappointed. If institutions of collective action serve only to express that disappointment rather than to facilitate the balance of interests that leads to consensus, decisions will be thwarted instead of implemented. We need to expand our working concepts of what is fair and just in managing infrastructure and make those concepts an effective part of the decision-making process.
Frannie Léautier and Andrew C. Lemer 23 We see some emergent examples of what these new institutions might be. In addition to such multilateral political bodies as the WTO, environmental organizations such as the Nature Conservancy increasingly are working in cooperation with local governments and businesses to protect environmental resources while satisfying demands for infrastructure services. However, institution building takes time and there are many barriers to coordination. The new institutions we foresee will necessarily operate differently from today’s practices.
September 1999. ———. 2000. ” June 19, 2000. ———. 2001. ” PID 9031. ———. 2003. World Development Report 2003: Sustainable Development. New York: Oxford University Press. 3 Globalization and Urban Performance Daniel Kaufmann, Frannie Léautier, and Massimo Mastruzzi Does the impact of globalization at the city and country level matter for sound urban governance? Do sound urban governance and globalization affect city performance? While studies on the first question are particularly scarce, some insights into the second question can be found in the existing literature.