Subsidiarity governance : theoretical and empirical models / edited by Alessandro Colombo
- New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
- 1st ed.
- Physical Description:
- xix, 176 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Colombo, Alessandro, 1966-
- Machine generated contents note: -- Part I: The Model of Governance * Principle of subsidiarity and Lombardy. Theoretical Background and Empirical Implementation -- Alessandro Colombo * The Lombard Model of Governance: Preliminary Observations -- Lester M. Salamon * A Hornet's Nest or the Climax of the Change of Regime? The Dilemmas of Creating Regions in Eastern and Central Europe -- Gyula Horváth * An Unfinished Journey -- Lombardy On The Road To Decentralisation -- Balázs Lóránd * A View from the Antipodes: Comparing the Lombard and New Zealand Ways of Governance -- Philip McDermott * Part II: Policy Sectors * Subsidiarity and Education in Lombardy: Limits and Possibilities -- Charles L. Glenn * Regional Governance of Health Services in Lombardy -- Helen Haugh * Subsidiarity, Proximity and Innovation -- Michael Kitson * Social Housing and Subsidiarity in the Lombardy Model of Governance -- Gerard Van Bortel.
- "In Europe, the subsidiarity principle has been enjoying renewed consensus in recent years. This book offers an insight on the original meaning of subsidiarity, particularly the horizontal dimension of subsidiarity, which challenge traditional patterns of government. Prominent international scholars and experts from various fields "read" the distinctive wealth of government experience accumulated in Lombardy and the experience of governing in their own various countries. This book is for anyone willing to add a new perspective, that of subsidiarity, to the debate on governance reform"--Provided by publisher.
- 9780230338692 (hardback) and 0230338690 (hardback)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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