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  • Governance in Flanders'regional policy : subregional platforms as development coalitions
  • Governance and geography
  • Belgium ; Flanders ; Governance ; Participation ; Partnership ; Region ; Regional policy ; Territorial identity
  • The A. examines the evolving sub-regional governance in Flanders within the context of changing European regional policy, with a focus of development coalitions and their role in decentralization of decision-making and engagement of citizens
  • . The platforms contribute to a governance structure that enables public participation in policy-making.
  • Policy transfer : consultants and the geographies of governance
  • Decision making process ; Diffusion ; Expertise ; Governance ; Network ; Policy ; Political geography ; Transnationalism
  • The emergence of transnational geographies of governance presents a challenge to geographers. Geographical work on policy transfer has much to offer conceptions of emerging geographies of governance, when linked to the production of governance
  • structures, such as global policy networks. The paper argues that increased use of ethnographic methods in policy transfer studies enables a focus on how global policy networks are produced through the actors driving the transfers. This is illustrated through
  • a discussion of policy consultants.
  • The multi-level governance of science policy in England
  • Governance, science policy and regions
  • Economic development ; England ; Governance ; Large town ; Policy ; Region ; Regional policy ; Sciences ; United Kingdom
  • Governance, science policy and regions : an introduction
  • Governance, science policy and regions
  • Governance ; Policy ; Region ; Regional policy ; Sciences
  • Policy review section: the future of local government
  • The AA. set out the nature of the crises in local government brought about by the actions of the present Government. They think that the abolition of the GLC and the Metropolitan counties will not solve existing problems. Looking to the future
  • the AA. set out a number of guiding principles upon which any future reform should be based. They emphasize the need to consider the role of local government in the overall system of Government.
  • Recent changes in government policy towards broadleaved woodland
  • The roles of government in housing policy: a Canadian perspective and overview in Perspectives on Canadian planning.
  • The impact of government policy on indigenous housing in Ilorin, Nigeria
  • Networking the urban policy arena. Local governance and the regionalisation of territorial policy-making in Northrhine-Westphalia
  • Germany ; Local policy ; Network ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Regional development ; Regionalization ; Urban network ; Urban policy
  • The contribution deals with the following subjects : 1)Policy innovation as context management : 1) Regionalisation in Northrhine-Westphalia. 2) Local responses to regionalisation : Duisburg and its region. 3) Networking the urban policy arena : new
  • forms of governance in Duisburg. 4) Local and regional networking : potentials and contradictions for innovative governance. 5) Challenges to networking : bridging the local-regional mismatch. - (MT)
  • UK local action zones and changing urban governance
  • Competitiveness ; Education ; Governance ; Health policy ; Local policy ; Partnership ; Public policy ; United Kingdom ; Urban administration ; Urban policy
  • Public targets, private choices : urban climate governance in the Pacific Northwest
  • Climate policy ; Climatic change ; Ecological footprint ; Governance ; Greenhouse effect ; Private sector ; Public sector ; Transport policy ; United States of America ; Urban climate ; Urban policy
  • a preference for policies that rely on changes in individual behavior, economic incentives, and federal inaction on local government justification for climate-related policies. It concludes with a discussion of urban climate governance as part of a wider sys
  • This article explores two interrelated research objectives. First, it seeks to understand how local governments regulate climate change. Second, it examines the motivations for participation in urban climate change programs. Results show
  • -tem of neoliberal climate governance in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
  • Local government and 'coloured' residential segregation in Port Elizabeth, 1964-1976
  • Apartheid ; Cape Province ; Economic power ; Ethnic community ; Housing crisis ; Local policy ; Segregation ; South Africa ; Urban policy
  • An examination of the local government objectives in the enforcement of residential segregation. These were primarily economic and were severely compromised through local industrial interests and the central government. - (AJC)
  • Governance, science policy and regions
  • The regionalization of science and innovation governance in Japan ?
  • Entrepreneurship ; Governance ; Innovation ; Japan ; Policy ; Regionalization ; Sciences
  • Governance, science policy and regions
  • Multi-level governance, regions and science in France : between competition and equality
  • Competition ; France ; Governance ; Innovation ; Knowledge ; Policy ; Region ; Sciences ; State
  • Spatial planning as large-scale practical project : the problem of effective governance
  • Governance and geography
  • Belgium ; Decision ; Flanders ; Governance ; Region ; Regional policy
  • The A. reflects upon the effectiveness of networked governance, using the collaborative spatial and environmental planning of Healey as a textbook example. He tries to answer the question of how effectiveness is guaranteed by strategic consensus
  • Crime management and urban governance : everyday interconnections in South Africa
  • Criminality ; Local policy ; Social policy ; South Africa ; Urban administration ; Urban policy
  • The paper uses a case study from South Africa to understand the microlocal experiences of the interconnections between what is described as crime management and local governance. The extent of interconnection is beyond that captured by the concept
  • of partnership, as multiple governance structures engage in crime management. The interconnection is theorised as the criminalisation of governance within a context of state-building.
  • Down to earth : local government and greenhouse policy in Australia
  • Atmospheric pollution ; Australia ; Energy policy ; Environment ; Government policy ; Greenhouse effect ; Local government ; New South Wales
  • Measurementality’ in biodiversity governance : knowledge, transparency, and the Intergovernmental Science–Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)
  • Biodiversity ; Discourse ; Economy ; Ecosystem ; Environment ; Governance ; Information ; Knowledge ; Measurement
  • This article examines measurementality’ in biodiversity governance through knowledge, transparency, and the Intergovernmental Science–Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). It suggests that this approach aims to coordinate
  • paradigm in which science produces the raw materials for subsequent control and exchange and that, as a result, the intersection of science, discourse, policy, and economics within these governance systems requires sustained critical scrutiny.
  • the science–policy interface in order to optimize the generation of user-friendly knowledge of those elements of biodiversity that are considered politically and economically relevant. It concludes that measurementality is part and parcel of the neoliberal
  • [b1] Forest and Nature Conservation Policy Group, Univ. and Research Centre, Wageningen, Pays-Bas
  • Regional governance für ländliche Räume – innovativer Ansatz, politischer Gegenwind und der Weg vorwärts
  • Governance ; Regional analysis ; Regional policy ; Rural development ; Rural economy
  • This article identifies the programmatic and the political innovations of Regional Governance in the context of the integrated rural development and the multilevel character of rural areas. The paper describes the rural policy integration
  • , the sectors, the interlocking politics, the multilevel governance and gives a number of case studies. - (IfL)
  • Urban restructuring and governance : North-South differences in Europe and the EU URBAN initiative
  • Competition ; Europe ; Industrialization ; Town ; Urban administration ; Urban growth ; Urban hierarchy ; Urban policy ; Urbanization
  • The paper discusses the relationship between the divergent urbanisation/industrialisation patterns in northern and southern Europe, which results in different forms of urban governance. It considers the distinct urban restructuring and governance
  • mode in Spain, Greece and Portugal as a causal factor behind the lagging competitiveness of cities in southern Europe. This pattern of heterogeneity is not addressed in the EU urban policies aimed at promoting competitiveness (examples of six cities
  • ' governance responses to the EU URBAN initiative).