Governance: An international journal of policy, administration and institutions

Governance will publish special issue on effects of financial crisis

Jon Blondal speaks at Suffolk University roundtable on impact of financial crisis

The next issue of Governance (25.1, January 2012) will feature a series of articles that examine the effect of the financial crisis on public governance.  The papers were prepared for roundtables held at Suffolk University Law School and the School of Public Policy, University College London.  Contributors include:

Paul Posner (George Mason University) and Jón Blöndal (OECD), “Democracies and Deficits: Prospects for Fiscal Responsibility in Democratic Nations”
Colin Provost (University College London) and John Gieve, Ideas and Coordination in Policy Making: The Financial Crisis of 2007-09″
Martin Lodge (LSE) and Christopher Hood (Oxford), “Into an Age of Multiple Austerities? Public Management and Public Service Bargains across OECD countries.”
Matt Andrews (Harvard Kennedy School), “Developing Countries Will Follow Post-Crisis OECD Reforms, But Not Passively This Time”
Michael Moran (Manchester), “Stories and Interests in Finance: Agendas of Governance Before and After Financial Crisis”
John Zysman (Berkeley) and Dan Breznitz (Georgia Tech), “Double Bind: Governing the Economy in an ICT Era”

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October 7, 2011 at 3:19 pm

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