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The impact of local governance on local government leadership. Setting the stage for a pilot case: preliminary hypotheses

Dieter Bruneel (UGent) , Filip De Rynck (UGent) , Kristof Steyvers (UGent) and Herwig Reynaert (UGent)
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The shift from government to governance is a topic frequently covered in the international literature. Local governments become more and more involved in intergovernmental interaction, intergovernmental and intermunicipal cooperation, public-private partnerships and autonomous agencies. They tend to function in a more network-like governance context. In this paper we report on the initial exploration of the issue in a pilot case. We look into just how important the trend towards network-like governance is to local policy and democracy and legitimacy.

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Bruneel, Dieter, Filip De Rynck, Kristof Steyvers, and Herwig Reynaert. 2008. “The Impact of Local Governance on Local Government Leadership. Setting the Stage for a Pilot Case: Preliminary Hypotheses.” In Proceedings 58th Political Studies Association Annual Conference.
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Bruneel, Dieter, De Rynck, F., Steyvers, K., & Reynaert, H. (2008). The impact of local governance on local government leadership. Setting the stage for a pilot case: preliminary hypotheses. Proceedings 58th Political Studies Association Annual Conference. Presented at the 58th Political Studies Association Annual Conference.
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Bruneel D, De Rynck F, Steyvers K, Reynaert H. The impact of local governance on local government leadership. Setting the stage for a pilot case: preliminary hypotheses. Proceedings 58th Political Studies Association Annual Conference. 2008.
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Bruneel, Dieter, Filip De Rynck, Kristof Steyvers, et al. “The Impact of Local Governance on Local Government Leadership. Setting the Stage for a Pilot Case: Preliminary Hypotheses.” Proceedings 58th Political Studies Association Annual Conference. 2008. Print.
@inproceedings{737602,
  abstract     = {The shift from government to governance is a topic frequently covered in the international  literature. Local governments become more and more involved in intergovernmental  interaction, intergovernmental and intermunicipal cooperation, public-private partnerships  and autonomous agencies. They tend to function in a more network-like governance context.  In this paper we report on the initial exploration of the issue in a pilot case. We look into just  how important the trend towards network-like governance is to local policy and democracy  and legitimacy.},
  author       = {Bruneel, Dieter and De Rynck, Filip and Steyvers, Kristof and Reynaert, Herwig},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings 58th Political Studies Association Annual Conference},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Swansea, UK},
  pages        = {19},
  title        = {The impact of local governance on local government leadership. Setting the stage for a pilot case: preliminary hypotheses},
  year         = {2008},
}